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    Alpha Bits

    You sure you want an alpha male-even a wannabe-in-training, like Al Gore-to be president of your country? Or would you settle for a beta male? Maybe you need to review just how the typical alpha and beta males behave in places like nightclubs: Coin...

    by Stacy Albin on November 23, 1999
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    Attention, All You Simply Marvelous Shoppers!

    Right in front of Bridgehampton's hottest new place to shop, Carol Dobrow's frisky terrier, Zoe Marie, prances at the end of a leopard-print leash, but Dobrow herself acts nonchalant. "I'm not excited," she says. Well, then, why is she back at this b...

    by Beth Greenfield on November 23, 1999
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    Pure Play

    A throng of mostly white, mostly male game developers, players and enthusiasts crowded the lobby of New School's Tishman auditorium Saturday in Manhattan. Bookbags circa 1980, Palm Pilots, notebooks and pocket protectors were immediately visible. You...

    by Edmund Lee on November 23, 1999
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    Yo! Soy!

    ANJUNA, INDIA I watched a juicy, pink sun rise on the Ganges River and set on the Taj Mahal. I rode through gritty city streets in speeding auto rickshaws, through coconut-laced villages in lagging ferry boats and lurching trains. I slept in an ash...

    by Beth Greenfield on November 23, 1999
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    Dual to the death

    It is customary in my family on St. Patrick's Day to ask every Irish person you meet if he's been to City Hall yet. When someone asks why, you tell him, "To get your ass painted green." This is a gentle but firm reminder to never stray into the prec...

    by Ambrose Clancy on November 23, 1999
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    Laptop beats, digital birds and Ricci fiends

    Pretty much all electronica, really, is DIY bed room electronicait's in dance music's family tree, only created by motionless, isolated people sitting at computers. But by playing up digital music's potential for expressive messiness, a fairly recen...

    by Douglas Wolk on November 23, 1999
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    Mighty Big Britches

    Last month, Sean Anderson got the call he thought would never come. Ever since his Valley Stream-based ska-core outfit Simon Has No Pants made the finals of Yoo-Hoo's Warped Speed Battle of the Unsigned Bands last summer, Anderson had been anxious. I...

    by Ian D'Giff on November 23, 1999
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    Motorway to Roswell

    http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/64/motorway_to_roswell.html Listening to Motorway to Roswell's track "Magnetic" on this MP3 site, I hedged my instinct to dismiss it as another uninspired radio-ready grunge act. Was I getting soft? My sardonic put-...

    by Michael Giacalone on November 23, 1999
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    Teen Angels

    The '80s may not be remembered fondly for its fashions or its politics, but when it comes to teen films, there was no better time. Capturing this era is the weak link in the otherwise sterling chain that is the American Museum of the Moving Image's u...

    by Michael Giacalone on November 23, 1999
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    Pokemon: Mewtwo strikes back

    Stand aside, for I am the master of Perplexichu, the 152nd Pokmon species of the Head-Slapping variety, with the special power of Gape! In combat, my Pokmon can muster the Alarmed Gaze, before which poorly trained moviemakers crumble! My Pokmon ca...

    by Michael Atkinson on November 23, 1999
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    The parent trap

    Long-established, if not altogether consistent, pillars of the European art film, the Spaniard Pedro Almodvar and the Frenchman Jacques Rivette are predictable only in their perversity. In Rivette's case, flouting the norms is generally a matter of ...

    by J. Hoberman on November 23, 1999
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    EMERGENCY

    Before Ramona DeRienzo landed an office job last April, the 43-year-old Levittown resident had worked as a diner waitress for 23 years without any health benefits. A single mother of two, she had used the Nassau County Medical Center in East Meadow, ...

    by Ambrose Clancy on November 23, 1999
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    With Relish

    What I'm Thinking The history of the hot dog is a lot like the process of making a hot dog. No one can seem to agree on what it consists of. Was our local hero Nathan Handwerker the one who invented the frankfurter? Or did he just bring it to this c...

    by Ron M. Beigel on November 23, 1999
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    Extra stuffing, please

    Some people are so hungry during the Thanksgiving-to-Christmas season that, after the traditional holiday meals, they can't help but slip off to nibble on a thigh or breast. Others just flop on a couch. Here are some full stories: JESSY, 19, WESTBU...

    by Ellen Burris on November 23, 1999
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    headline

    Stone Temple Pilots No. 4 Atlantic From the beginning strains of the opener "Down," STP abandons its experimental-rock sounds in favor of the schlock that first got it noticed. Like so many ZZ Tops before them, STP is reworking the same riffs a...

    on November 23, 1999
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    headline

    Some other time, perhaps Awesome web site [www.livoice.com]. I loved it. Keep up the good work. I love NYC. I lived there years ago and I hung out in the Village. I was only 21. Awesome time, though I could tell you a story about my adventures back...

    on November 23, 1999
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    Genuflecting Before Jiang Zemin - Blood on CEOs Profits

    Jiang Qisheng, a former leader of the 1989 Tiananmen Square prodemocracy protests, has gone on trial for 'inciting the overthrow of state power.' He is charged with calling for the lighting of candles to com mem orate those killed in 1989." The N...

    by Nat Hentoff on November 16, 1999
  • Part 3: Africa Responds - Bereft of medicine and 
money, traditional cultures mobilize in a new way.

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    Part 3: Africa Responds - Bereft of medicine and money, traditional cultures mobilize in a new way.

    Additional articles in this series. INSIZA DISTRICT, ZIMBABWEWilson was the hardest. He had been such a charmer, a flirt even, but then AIDS dulled his sparkle and confined him to his bed. That's when Sibongile Ndlovu increased her visits to ever...

    by Mark Schoofs on November 16, 1999
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    Letters

    Time Will Tell In response to Nat Hentoff's column "Time Warner and Human Rights" [November 16], about Norman Pearlstine's involvement in Fortune's Global Forum 1999, I'm writing to let you know why Norman Pearlstine was chosen to be chairman of th...

    on November 16, 1999
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    NY Mirror

    The most coveted invite of the month wasn't to watch Naomi Campbell shave HER privates for her 'Playboy' spread-that never happened; check it out for yourself-it was for the higher-brow, as it were, Carnegie Recital Hall concert version of Nol Cowar...

    by Michael Musto on November 16, 1999
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