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  • Blade Runners - photographs by Regina Monfort

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    Blade Runners - photographs by Regina Monfort

    Who cares if it's the toastiest winter on record? So what if city dwellers have spent half the season in windbreakers and T-shirts, snow boots and thermal underwear buried in their apartment closets? Dressed in an exuberant mlange of traditional ski...

    by Lynn Yaeger on January 18, 2000
  • Two-Room Apartment in Six-Unit Building

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    Two-Room Apartment in Six-Unit Building

    Location Park Slope Rent $625/mo. Square feet 250 Occupants Nazima Kadir (investigator, Civilian Complaint Review Board) You live near the Grand Prospect banquet hall with the marble fountains and gold leaf toilet seats! I saw some yellow hous...

    by Toni Schlesinger on January 18, 2000
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    The Isaacson Connection - AOL's Love-Hate Relationship With 'Time'

    Last week's merger of Time Warner and AOL spawned comparisons between CEOs Gerald Levin and Steve Case (60-year-old Levin is shrewder, they say, but 41-year-old Case is the stud). Then there was the inevitable story of how the pair met last fall in P...

    by Cynthia Cotts on January 18, 2000
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    Letters

    'Up Your Ass,' Rudy Thank you, Judith Coburn ["Solanas Lost and Found" January 18], for shedding light on the late Valerie Solanas and her newly produced play, Up Your Ass. Solanas has been entertaining to me ever since I saw the movie on her lif...

    on January 18, 2000
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    A Landlord With Convictions - Brooklyn Owner to Be Sentenced in Eviction Case

    A Brooklyn landlord who threatened a tenant, repeatedly locked her out, and demolished her bathroom has been convicted on five counts of unlawful eviction. The landlord, Sue Simmonds, 58, was convicted in Brooklyn criminal court on January 7. She cou...

    by J.A. Lobbia on January 18, 2000
  • No-Sex Ed - City Programs Face the Trials of Teaching Abstinence

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    No-Sex Ed - City Programs Face the Trials of Teaching Abstinence

    It is snack time at the abstinence program run by the Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA), so the fifth and sixth graders have a moment to munch on pretzels and drink juice before delving into their daily rap session about sex. The 'Coo...

    by Sharon Lerner on January 18, 2000
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    Rock 'n' Roll Hockey

    "You know, getting ready to play a gig is like getting ready for a game," says Pete Zamboni (a/k/a Peter Katis) as he and his three bandmates prepare to take the stage at Brownies on Avenue A. He tugs a Rangers shirt over his head and continues, "Thi...

    by Stu Hackel on January 18, 2000
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    Sports

    Yankees and Devils and Jets, Oh My When you hear numbers like $635 million for the Jets (the amount coughed up by Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson IV last week) and $175 million for the Devils (the amount the newly formed YankeeNets monstrosity is prepar...

    on January 18, 2000
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    From Combat to Camaraderie

    We hear the clichs every Sunday: Football is a war, a battle in the trenches, a test of wills. In the NFL lexicon, games are violent clashes of manhood against manhood; coaches are field generals and players are soldiers. Not so long ago, the game's...

    by Brian P. Dunleavy & Paul Forrester on January 18, 2000
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    Nation

    Campaign Notebook Junk Bond Dog Gore's Teapot Beer Money Yellow Menace Smoke, Mirrors, and White Noise Campaign Notebook At a welcome-back-to-New Hampshire rally last week, the crowd of poised Ivy Leaguers surrounding Bill Bradley enth...

    by James Ridgeway on January 18, 2000
  • Hot Tuner - Benjamin Treuhaft Floats Pianos to Cuba

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    Hot Tuner - Benjamin Treuhaft Floats Pianos to Cuba

    A big international operation is going on on East Seventh Street. Benjamin Treuhaft is in his apartment staring at a globe with lots of pale blue oceans and pink continents and going over the plans for his next brigade to move 50 pianos into Cuba. "A...

    by Toni Scheslinger on January 18, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    This column may not be suitable for anyone with certain types of heart disease, bladder problems, or uncontrolled blood pressure, or someone who's swelling, nursing, or taking medications. Read on only after consulting your doctor. But anyway: At th...

    by Michael Musto on January 18, 2000
  • Mouse in the House - Silicon Alley big Cheeses Guide Big Apple Kids

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    Mouse in the House - Silicon Alley big Cheeses Guide Big Apple Kids

    The freshly painted computer lab at Martin Luther King Jr. High School hums with fluorescent lights and intellectual energy. Instead of the usual madhouse, with students squabbling over sign-up sheets and reluctantly sharing resources, each person he...

    by Ginger Adams Otis on January 18, 2000
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    Vital Signs - New Media Savants Check the Pulse of Silicon Alley

    With the new year smoothly under way, the Voice asked leading experts to weigh in on the best and worst recent developments of the tech revolutionand to envision the shape of things to come. Here's a sampling of their responses. ANDREW SHAPIRO, ...

    by Amanda Griscom on January 18, 2000
  • A Textbook Case - Will e-tailers eliminate the university bookstore?

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    A Textbook Case - Will e-tailers eliminate the university bookstore?

    Most institutions of higher learning offer courses in creative writingbut if you want to hear poetry of the purest sort, find a student who's been offered stock options by a dotcom business to sell its goods on campus: "I bought all of my books from...

    by Claire Barliant on January 18, 2000
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    Dress Like an Activist, Walk Like a Delegate

    DELEGATE: Earplugs help filter out endless hype from the podium and save hearing for important matters, such as any hint of discord between Hillary and Al. Mobile phones are the official delegate accessory. Use is appropriate on the convention fl...

    by Judith Lewis on January 11, 2000
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    Those pesky Oscar nominations will be announced on February 15the high point of the year in triviabut for now, my crystal (meth) ball has spewed forth with its own kooky predictions. BEST PICTURE: The witty-ish 'American Beauty' struck me as ...

    by Michael Musto on January 11, 2000
  • Legends of the Ball - Paris Is Still Burning

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    Legends of the Ball - Paris Is Still Burning

    Among the ball children, there is no greater honorific than 'legendary' a status for which no fixed standard exists. A legend might be a man or a woman or a transgendered person or a butch dyke or a femme queen. A legend might be a brilliant voguer o...

    by Guy Trebay on January 11, 2000
  • Rock in a Hard Place - Style Slumps at the Met

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    Rock in a Hard Place - Style Slumps at the Met

    You know you're in trouble when the first thing that hits you at the Met's 'Rock Style' is an overblown sign bragging, 'This exhibit is made possible by Tommy Hilfiger.' Tommy Hilfiger? The guy who's always had his tongue hanging out like the fellow ...

    by Lynn Yaeger on January 11, 2000
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    Mark Raskin (music composer/producer/ arranger; event coordinator) Income $40,000 (1999) Health Insurance covered by union Rent $1195/mo. Utilities $130/mo. Phone $130/mo. Food $450/mo. Transportation $100/mo. He was 14, he says, and he ...

    by Toni Schlesinger on January 11, 2000
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