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    Three Cheers For The Red, White And Blue Cheese

    WHAT I WAS THINKING The year 2000 was almost upon us. It was time to leave angst-ridden contemporary America behind and return to a simpler time, the Colonial era. BACKGROUND CHECK Food maestro Michael Meehan is a Long Island-centric chef, a l...

    by Ron M. Beigel on January 11, 2000
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    No Meltdown-JustT Letdown

    If club attendance on Long Island was any indication, then partying like it was 1999 meant staying home on New Year's Eve. Folks in the nightclub biz asked the same question all night: Where were the crowds? "It was far from what was anticipated six ...

    by Stacy Albin on January 11, 2000
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    Fantasia 2000

    A bundle of animated shorts set to famous classical music pieces, Fantasia hitched a supposedly lowborn art form to a high-hat soundtrack; Mickey Mouse shaking hands with Leopold Stokowski on the podium is a statement of intent. Uncle Walt's pricey e...

    by Jessica Winter on January 11, 2000
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    Straight Out of the Everglades

    Julian L. Goldberger's debut feature is a haunting portrait of a teenage boy busted out of reform school with nowhere to run. Buried in the experimental "Frontier" section at last year's Sundance, it elevated the festival for the handful of viewers t...

    by Amy Taubin on January 11, 2000
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    Neil Hannon Loads Up HIS Library Card

    The Divine Comedy is Neil Hannon, a 29-year-old Londonderry Irishman whose chutzpah in naming himself after an immortal literary masterpiece written by an Italian poet from the 14th century is nothing compared to his life's goal, which is to complete...

    by Arsenio Orteza on January 11, 2000
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    Searching in the Dark

    Strange things happen when you seek drug policy information using filters meant to protect kids from the evils of the Net. Try reaching the drug law reform think tank the Lindesmith Center using Cyber Patrol, the highest-rated online screening produc...

    by Maia Szalavitz on January 11, 2000
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    See Tom run

    You'd have thought Tom Suozzi was running for higher office when he called reporters to a press conference two days before New Year's Eve. The recently re-elected mayor of Glen Cove trekked down from the North Shore to the Supreme Court building in M...

    by Laura Conaway on January 11, 2000
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    Smiling Assassins

    At the phony lovefest that passed for the installation of the new Nassau County Legislature, County Executive Tom Gulotta gets exactly 2.4 seconds of applause from the crowd. Forget about that $300 million deficit. This is what a gladhander like Gulo...

    by Ward Harkavy on January 11, 2000
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    Supersuckers Evil Powers Of Rock 'N' Roll Koch You've got to hand it to the Supersuckers. After four proper rock albums, the music of Eddie Spaghetti and his cohorts has managed to evolve not one bit. True, there was 1997's country album Must'v...

    on January 11, 2000
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    headline

    Molester likes Newsday Regarding Bill Jensen's cover story about me [A man among boys, Dec. 9, about Long Island man Steve Simmons' sexual relationship with New Jersey teen Sam Manzie, who later murdered a boy named Eddie Werner]: I'm used to fr...

    on January 11, 2000
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    Emergency Turf War - EMS Watchdog Committee Suspended

    In an inauspiciously timed move that could affect the city's handling of medical emergencies, a committee that has long overseen the 911 system was recently suspended for an indefinite period. At a November 18 meeting, the medical director of the c...

    by Sharon Lerner on January 4, 2000
  • The Dis-Integration of Baseball - A Modest Proposal for the Great Game

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    The Dis-Integration of Baseball - A Modest Proposal for the Great Game

    Let's begin the new millennium with an ominous invocation by Lawrence Yogi Berra: 'You've got to be careful if you don't know where you're going because you might not get there.' Baseball doesn't know. It's lost contact with its roots. It doesn't eve...

    by Eliot Asinof on January 4, 2000
  • The WTC BombingóRevisited - Court Says to Port Authority: No More Appeals

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    The WTC BombingRevisited - Court Says to Port Authority: No More Appeals

    On February 26, 1993, Mike Rapp, an architect, was working in the World Trade Center when the floor literally fell out from under him. He was surveying when an explosion hit and he tumbled two stories onto a slab just beneath a broken water pipe. The...

    by Claude Solnik on January 4, 2000
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    No Scrubs - Don't Want Your Money, Don't Want None of Your Time

    Memo to Jennifer Lopez: Lose the chump. You may think you're working out the career thing by dating a stocking-cap sporting, platinum-chain wearing, white-mink-coat having, and violence-prone gangsta pretender, but the street consensus is you're on ...

    by Guy Trebay on January 4, 2000
  • Heroin  Hassles - Medical and Legal Issues Keep Overdose Antidote Out of Users' Hands

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    Heroin Hassles - Medical and Legal Issues Keep Overdose Antidote Out of Users' Hands

    Valerie S. was getting high in her Brooklyn apartment when a friend "went out." She says, "I wasn't really close to the guy. He was a neophyte, a married, college-educated professional, about 30. I made connections for him and he sampled the product ...

    by Maia Szalavitz on January 4, 2000
  • All Heart - Johnny Tapia Fights Again . . . for His Career, for His Life

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    All Heart - Johnny Tapia Fights Again . . . for His Career, for His Life

    The toughest fighter you've never heard of is at the crossroads. When Johnny Tapia answers the bell on Saturday for his 50th pro bout, he'll be a month shy of 33, an age at which most 118-pound boxers have exchanged the gym bag and jump rope for an A...

    by Jeff Ryan on January 4, 2000
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    Kids on the Row - The U.S. Gets Ready to Execute Three Juvenile Offenders

    Glen McGinnis robbed a dry cleaner in 1990 after unloading four bullets into the clerk. A few months later, Chris Thomas crept into the bedroom of his girlfriend's parents and murdered the couple while they slept. And in 1993, Steve Roach shot and ki...

    by Jennifer Gonnerman on January 4, 2000
  • Girl, Interrupted - The Ordeal That Binds the Mother of an Incest Victim and Reverend 
Al Sharpton

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    Girl, Interrupted - The Ordeal That Binds the Mother of an Incest Victim and Reverend Al Sharpton

    JOYCELYN CHARLES WAS SIX YEARS ahead of the January 10, 2000 deadline set by the state division of parole, which had been expecting her to file a victim-impact statement. Dreading the possible April 2000 release of the man convicted of raping her dau...

    by Peter Noel on January 4, 2000
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    Letters

    Erik Baard's cover article "Quantum Leap" (December 28), about physicist Randell Mills, provoked widespread reader response. Following are some of the many letters received in reaction to it. JUMP STREET JOURNAL This was a wonderful article, lar...

    on January 4, 2000
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    Peter's Principles - Vallone's Past Plants Doubt About Rent Pledge

    Few New York City relationships are as laced with mistrust as the one between landlord and tenant. Add a politician to the mix, and that mistrust rises to a level just short of paranoia. Example: City Council Speaker Peter Vallone has vowed to extend...

    by J.A. Lobbia on January 4, 2000
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