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  • Yes, Boss - New York Life Turns Employees Into Lobbyists for China Trade

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    Yes, Boss - New York Life Turns Employees Into Lobbyists for China Trade

    The message New York Life Insurance e-mailed employees last month was clear: Call your congressional representatives and tell them you support normalizing trade relations with China. "With just one week until the vote, I am asking you once again t...

    by Laura Conaway on June 6, 2000
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    Tito Puente 1923-2000 - La Ultima Cumbancha

    "Tito Puente made money, but he spent it because he was a cumbanchero," bandleader and East Harlem Music School head Johnny Colon told me several years ago. "Hell, all musicians are cumbancheros. That's why they don't have any money. That's why I don...

    by Enrique Fernandez on June 6, 2000
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    Devils May Care - They May Win the Cup, but Their Ways Leave Them Stuck In the Mud

    East Rutherford, N.J.The funeral cortege of Maurice "The Rocket" Richard, hockey's Babe Ruth, traveled a few miles through the streets of Montreal last week, and tens of thousands lined the route to cheer with dignity the life of a man whose unmatch...

    by Stu Hackel on June 6, 2000
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    The Quiet Man - Hollywood Fights to Seal Jack Valentis Testimony

    Big Hollywood wants to blindfold the press by shutting off media access in the legal battle between member studios of the Motion Picture Association of America and hacker journalist Emmanuel Goldstein. In this latest development, attorneys from prosk...

    by Jeff Howe on June 6, 2000
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    The Books of Summer

    Full Count: Inside Cuban Baseball By Milton H. Jamail, Southern Illinois University Press, 222 pp., $24.95 If you think the story of baseball in Cuba begins and ends with El Duque's rickety raft, er, boat defection, pick up a copy of Full Count. ...

    on June 6, 2000
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    Sports

    Future Netizens Despite the early exits of Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras at the French Open, don't ring a death knell just yet for American men's tennis. With Jim Courier retired and Sampras, Agassi, and Michael Chang pushing 30, publications from ...

    on June 6, 2000
  • Bias Ban in the Balance - Will Lazio Burn State Hate Crimes Bill's 'Chance in Hell'?

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    Bias Ban in the Balance - Will Lazio Burn State Hate Crimes Bill's 'Chance in Hell'?

    Three months after his skull was fractured by a group of white classmates, Binghamton University student John Lee still experiences short-term memory loss and needs antiseizure medication. Friends and eyewitnesses recall that the cry "You damn Chinks...

    by Chisun Lee on June 6, 2000
  • Home Breaker: Doing Community Disservice - Lazio’s Housing Bill Was So Bad It Made D'Amato Seem Reasonable

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    Home Breaker: Doing Community Disservice - Lazios Housing Bill Was So Bad It Made D'Amato Seem Reasonable

    Unlike his holiday parade in Babylon, where a stumble left him with a split lip, Congressman Rick Lazio had no problem striding across East 116th Street just days after picking up the senatorial mantle shed by Rudy Giuliani. Lazio chose East Harlem a...

    by J.A. Lobbia on June 6, 2000
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    Nation

    The Radical Center The Vagina Dialogues Waco Rubout? 'Goodwill' Hunting Civics Snub Jabberwocky in Berlin The Radical Center The gibberish coming out of the European summit last week was nothing but a cover for the advance of the righ...

    by James Ridgeway on June 6, 2000
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    The Tony awards were their usual compelling exercise in flashy esoterica, and though people in Des Moines probably weren't glued to their sets wondering if Roy Dotrice would beat Derek Smith, I caredand he did. The show ran smoothlyI loved Rosie O'...

    by Michael Musto on June 6, 2000
  • Making Choices at MOMA - A Strike Divides the Staff at Museum

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    Making Choices at MOMA - A Strike Divides the Staff at Museum

    There is a wall of pain these days between workers at the Museum of Modern Art. A little more than half of 250 professional staff employees have been on strike since April 28, when they walked out amid deep concern over reductions to their health ben...

    by Tom Robbins on June 6, 2000
  • Redressing Chanel - Karl, Coco, and the Met

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    Redressing Chanel - Karl, Coco, and the Met

    Could there be a dopier notion than designer Karl Lagerfeld's idea that the legacy of Coco Chanel would be best served by "ask[ing] three or four contemporary artists to contribute works of various kinds that suggested Chanel to them"? Whether or not...

    by Lynn Yaeger on June 6, 2000
  • Modem Madness - The Panic Over Cybersex Addiction

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    Modem Madness - The Panic Over Cybersex Addiction

    A specter is haunting the Internet. It is the menace of cybersex. And according to a small army of researchers and therapists, it's creating a legion of funk fiends. TWO MILLION AMERICANS ARE HOOKED ON WEB SEX, blared the front page of May 30th's ...

    by Richard Goldstein on June 6, 2000
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    Letters

    Down Wit You've got a wicked, gripping story in Frank Owen's article "Wu-Tang Clan Is Sumthing Ta Fuck Wit" [May 30]! It was refreshing to read about New York City's seedy underbelly and the kind of scumbags and out-of-town riffraff that gave New...

    on June 6, 2000
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    Rebellion of the Hollow Men - Albany Dems Blast Assembly Speakers Autocratic Style

    We introduce bills that go nowhere. We feel like hollow men wandering the corridors of the capitol. Democratic assemblyman Stephen Kaufman of the Bronx Amid the tempestuous political moves and counter-moves in Albany in the wake of last week...

    by Tom Robbins on May 30, 2000
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    The Archbishop's Tale - Egans Bridgeport Record Offers Little Hope to Catholic Progressives

    By picking Edward Egan to head the Archdiocese of New York, the pope is continuing to move the Catholic Church to the righteven further right than the conservative John Cardinal O'Connor. The new archbishop also brings baggage from Bridgeport, Conne...

    by Andy Humm on May 30, 2000
  • Worldwide Women - Beijing+5 Looks at the Global State of Women’s Rights

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    Worldwide Women - Beijing+5 Looks at the Global State of Womens Rights

    Thousands of women will soon be arriving in New York City from around the world as the United Nations General Assembly holds a special session to measure the progress nations have made since the Fourth World Conference on Women, which was held in Be...

    by Jennifer Gonnerman on May 30, 2000
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    Nation

    Nader's Rise Phillips for God Great Balls Afire There Goes the Neighborhood Jesse the Body Block . . . And Gore's Nadir Nader's Rise Clinton's victory on China trade helps Bush, who pushed hard for it with Republicansnot Gore, who ha...

    by James Ridgeway on May 30, 2000
  • Stop, Drop, and Swab - New York Police Ponder Portable DNA Labs

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    Stop, Drop, and Swab - New York Police Ponder Portable DNA Labs

    New York City cops may soon have the technology to collect and analyze DNA samples from victims and alleged perpetrators at crime scenes or immediately after making an arrest. Developed by the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, the porta...

    by Ayana Mathis on May 30, 2000
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    Harvard Mafia Lives! - Andersen Taps 'Spy' Lawyer for 'Inside'

    Inside.com, the new site that aims to charge users for up-to-date dish on the media industry, has gotten tons of press since its launch. But here's an angle no one has noted: the staff of the start-up is teeming with alumni from Spy magazine. A pres...

    by Cynthia Cotts on May 30, 2000
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