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  • Pseudo’s Surveillance Palace - Happy New Year, Pod People!


    Pseudos Surveillance Palace - Happy New Year, Pod People!

    'Big Brother' keeps getting biggeror at least more marketable. This sadistic Dutch TV show began in September, when eight ordinary people locked themselves into a one-story house for a hundred days with limited supplies, no outside contact, and rel...

    by Amanda Griscom on December 14, 1999
  • Rudy’s Most Wanted - Steven Powers 
Is the Latest Celebrity 
Quality-of-Life Offender


    Rudys Most Wanted - Steven Powers Is the Latest Celebrity Quality-of-Life Offender

    Arresting an artist for making fun of Rudy Giuliani is hardly the worst of the police department's recent sins. At least Steven Powers is alive to promote himself. But it's truly scary to think that if you invite people to throw artificial dung at a ...

    by Richard Goldstein on December 14, 1999
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    Partial Fizzle - Antiabortion Strategy Loses Political Ground

    Whatever else there is to say about our virulently un-p.c. mayor, it appears he is living up to his pro-choice claims. While Michael Long, chairman of the Conservative Party, has insisted Giuliani renounce his stand on so-called partial-birth aborti...

    by Sharon Lerner on December 14, 1999
  • The Loophole Clause - On the Street With a 12-Step Santa


    The Loophole Clause - On the Street With a 12-Step Santa

    Santa Claus has five years clean and sober. He's also got an apartment, a new girlfriend, a VCR, and a job. He's most psyched about the VCR at the moment because it lets him catch up on all the Hollywood product he missed during the 10 years he was h...

    by Guy Trebay on December 14, 1999
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    Saving Captain Gatto - Bobby Kennedy Jr. Swears by Him, but Is the Citys Top Watershed Cop Washed Up?

    THE AFRICAN AMERICAN WIFE of Captain Ronald Gattothe city's top watershed cop who blew the whistle on the vulnerability of New York's reservoirs to terrorist attacks, and who is suing the Giuliani administration for demoting himhas rallied to her h...

    by Peter Noel on December 14, 1999
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    Garden-Variety Politics - Councilmember Spigner Weeds Out Queens Lot

    Community gardeners citywide breathed a sigh of relief last May when environmental groups and City Hall struck a deal to rescue 114 plots from the auction block. Among the grateful were Carmen Grau and John Fussell of Queens, who were delighted to le...

    by J.A. Lobbia on December 14, 1999
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    Hillarys Anti-Union, Slumlord Pals - Reviled RealtorsNursing Home Operators Raising Funds for Campaign

    WASHINGTONIn their own neoliberal, yuppified way, Bill and Hillary Clinton continue to prove the adage that the longer married couples stay together, the more alike they become. But while Bill got the lion's share of media attention at the Seattle W...

    by Jason Vest on December 14, 1999
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    Psychopol Nation The Blackboard Jungle Monopoly Money Dirty Politics Promises, Promises Go Ask Alice Bill Bradley's Mom: 'I Wanted a Girl' Psychopol Nation Politicians used to get off being tough, no-nonsense, above-the-squabbling-comm...

    by James Ridgeway on December 14, 1999
  • Chris Paciello’s Double Life - Dr. Jekyll in Miami, Mr. Hyde in Manhattan


    Chris Paciellos Double Life - Dr. Jekyll in Miami, Mr. Hyde in Manhattan

    The innocent Staten Island housewife whom friend-to-the-stars Chris Paciello was charged two weeks ago with slaying in 1993 is not the only dead body floating around in the Miami club owner's murky and violent past, according to a former business par...

    by Frank Owen on December 14, 1999
  • East Village Gift Solutions - Present Tense


    East Village Gift Solutions - Present Tense

    Decked as the streets are with tourists and tinsel, surrogate snow and Salvation Army shills, it isn't as though this whole business could have escaped you. So why is it that only a few days shy of opening night, you haven't even made it to rehearsal...

    by Lynn Yaeger on December 14, 1999
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    Johnnies on the Spot - Bootsy and Barkley Lead the Red Storm From the Backcourt

    Last Wednesday night was a revealing one for any baller named Barkley, as a pair of knee injuries brought into sharp focus their precise place in the basketball universe. As the NBA was left to ponder life without Charles Barkley after he ended his ...

    by Paul Forrester on December 14, 1999
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    Sheehys Choice - New Bio of Hillary Clinton Bends the Facts

    Can anyone still take Gail Sheehy seriously? With the publication of 'Hillary's Choice' this month, Sheehy has become suddenly ubiquitous, plugging the book in every media outlet in town. 'The New York Observer' gave it a rave review, while 'The New ...

    by Cynthia Cotts on December 14, 1999
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    Voices of Protest Reach the 'Voice'

    About 50 people gathered in front of the Village Voice's office on Monday, December 13, to protest a recent feature story about a woman who underwent a gender transformation to become a man. Specifically, they objected to the cover graphic of a Barbi...

    by J.A. Lobbia on December 14, 1999
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    Squeal Appeal - NYC Teachers Are Embroiled in a Cheating Scandal. How Honest Are You?

    Lester Glassner Age 75 Resides Manhattan Occupation Retired from post office Did you ever cheat when you were in school? No. I was raised not to, but in reality, I would have been afraid to face my father if I did. On the other hand, if someone ...

    by Coco McPherson on December 14, 1999
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    Showing It Off

    Giving a presentation for a fashion-merchandising class is one thing. Putting on a full-fledged fashion show at KARMA is quite another. And the eight fashion-major students, who stepped outside their Nassau Community College classrooms to create last...

    by Stacy Albin on December 14, 1999
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    Monkeys in the Mist

    Loren Madsen, like many other abstract sculptors of the past 50 years, is part carpenter, part engineer and part idolater. Wood and steel and wire become transcendent as he designs abstractions with all the grace and purpose we project our gods to ha...

    by Michael Giacalone on December 14, 1999
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    Roots Music Ping Pong

    Alongside the expected Built To Spills, Stereolabs and Sleater-Kinneys, there were two surprises atop the college radio charts this year: a Japanese lady singing about clouds and an Athens, Georgia, band transformed by Indonesia. Neither is exception...

    by Eric Weisbard on December 14, 1999
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    Jay-Z's Hard-Knock Week

    If I shoot you, I'm brainless. But if you shoot me, you're famous. What's a nigga to do? When the streets is watching, blocks keep clocking. Waiting for you to break, make your first mistake . . . Jay-Z, "Streets Is Watching" Last Wednesday night,...

    by Jon Caramanica on December 14, 1999
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    A Man Among Boys

    Stephen Simmons reads a lot. He has sped so quickly through the New Jersey jail's library in the two years he's been locked up that he's already done with the biographies, the thrillers, the Jack Chalker and David Eddings fantasies. Last week, he fin...

    by Bill Jensen on December 14, 1999
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    Proving His Metal

    Forget all that "village smithy" stuff. There's nothing romantic about blacksmith Bill Mogavero's origins. "My parents weren't gonna buy me stuff, and I wanted stuff. That's it in a nutshell," he says. From the age of 13, Mogavero lived for speed, ...

    by Tanya Indiana on December 14, 1999
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