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    Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down - The Rangers Lace 'Em Up

    With hockey season now in full swing, Uni Watch's fancy turns to the ice, where it's extremely tempting to ridicule the unsightly "NHL 2000" jersey patches that all the teams are wearing this season. Fortunately, there's a more subtle and interesting...

    by Paul Lukas on November 2, 1999
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    Conrad Dobler, NFL, 19721981

    "When I hit a guy," Conrad Dobler liked to say, "I'll hit him in the throat. He doesn't have any pads on his throat." Thanks to Dobler, whose technical expertise gave new meaning to the position "offensive" guard, the NFL ultimately outlawed blockin...

    by John Stravinsky on November 2, 1999
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    Age-Old Neglect - Former Foster Kids: City Abandons Us

    Tanisha Richardson left her mother's home in the Bronx when she was 14 years old. She doesn't like talking about the circumstances surrounding her decision to run away and admits there is no love lost between them; she hasn't spoken to her mother sin...

    by David Kihara on November 2, 1999
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    Sports

    A Wing and a Prayer On your mark...get set...pray. Some 2000 participants in Sunday's New York City Marathon will spend part of their early-morning prerun warm-up searching for inspiration from above: about 100 runners will take part in a Jewish ser...

    on November 2, 1999
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    Synergy Goes South - Has Tina Brown Finally Replaced Her Longtime No. 2 With a New Man?

    Last weeks announcement that Tina Brown had hired Bob Wallace as the new editorial director of 'Talk' sent shock waves through the magazine world. But the buzz was less about the rise of Wallace than about the future role of 'Talk' executive editor ...

    by Cynthia Cotts on November 2, 1999
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    NY Mirror

    This crazy restaurant scene today is so fueled by big-budget PR campaigns, you'd think they were launching Reform Party candidates instead of just dives where you can get a slab of meat with some sauce. But as long as the flacks are panting, I'm chow...

    by Michael Musto on November 2, 1999
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    Disco infernal

    Classic disco has been part of The Dallenger's Friday format for eons. But with Saturday Night Fever opening on Broadway last week and the Bee Gees' songs now being played on the radio after decades of exile, certainly this and other nights like it c...

    by Stacy Albin on November 2, 1999
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    Can you picture this?

    Piltdown Man was an early 1900s paleontological "find" that in 1953 was proven to be a hoax, instead of the "missing link." Experts who thought they knew it all were fooled for a while, but the truth was ultimately found. The musicians in the jazz tr...

    by Ron M. Beigel on November 2, 1999
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    Cardinal

    http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/18/cardinal.html Hicksville rockers Cardinal show what it takes to get the attention of a web surfer. Besides their picture, a healthy selection of twelve songs from their two CDs is available for download. At the out...

    by Greg Hoy on November 2, 1999
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    What can a Poe boy do?

    Sure, Gomez Addams got his kicks scaring the bejeezus out of strangers, but that's nothing compared with John Astin, who portrayed him. These days Astin is swooping around the country with his one-man play Edgar Allan PoeOnce Upon A Midnight. This s...

    by Ian D'Giff on November 2, 1999
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    Fast, cheap and out of control

    Had some wonderful shopping experiences the other day, the kind where things are going so well you have that gnawing feeling that you may actually be dead and in heaven. Maybe it was because I revisited the Salvation Army store of my youth in Hempst...

    by Tanya Indiana on November 2, 1999
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    Here come the machine's judges

    If there's one thing a judge should have, it's a good memory. How else do you keep straight not only the facts of the case in front of you but also the past cases that could be precedents for your rulings? But Bill Hodges, a longtime Nassau GOP opera...

    by Ward Harkavy on November 2, 1999
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    Minority report

    Brian Muellers, a Democrat vying for the Nassau County Legislature, knows he's among the fortunate few. With all 19 seats up for grabs, Democratic Party leaders have decided that Muellers' bid for the 18th District is one of a handful they could win...

    by Laura Conaway on November 2, 1999
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    A great year for a great guy!

    Milton Kalin wants you all to know that his publicly funded charity, Southeast Nassau Guidance Center, meant no harm when it mass-mailed Year 200 calendars dedicated to county Legis. Ed Ward one week before the Nov. 2 election. Sure, the calendar f...

    by Laura Conaway on November 2, 1999
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    Into a hostile environment

    Bonnie Eisler has spent the past 10 months shaking hands, wearing out shoe leather and talking herself hoarse, all in pursuit of an elected office most people couldn't be forced into taking and few people really understand. Eisler, a former finance ...

    by Laura Conaway on November 2, 1999
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    A dark horse sees the light

    When Jon Cooper began his underdog campaign this year for Suffolk County's 18th Legislative District, he figured he could raise enough money, attract a dedicated core of volunteers and nail down an extensive platform based on protecting the environme...

    by Laura Conaway on November 2, 1999
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    Looking up

    Dorothy Goosby knows what it's like to start at the bottom and stay there. Now a Democratic candidate for the Hempstead Town Board, Goosby grew up black, poor, iron-willed and sharp-witted in the late-1930s South. She attended an African-American u...

    by Laura Conaway on November 2, 1999
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    Metaphysical therapy

    Directed by MTV whiz Spike Jonze from Charlie Kaufman's highly original script, Being John Malkovich is the sort of prize head-scratcher that invites analogy-seekers to cast their nets wide. The most offbeat studio comedy since Rushmore, it drafts th...

    by J. Hoberman on November 2, 1999
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    May I take your order?

    Sick of power-trippers? Well, if you want to understand how you got hooked up with an unenlightened despot, the whole thing is pretty simple: It seems that the person who thinks he or she is in charge usually is. This power trip goes uncontested unti...

    by Ellen Burris on November 2, 1999
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    It takes two

    The way for small, chic labels to thrive in the '90s has apparently been to operate on two people's taste. Sub Pop was at its peak when it was all about what Jonathan Poneman and Bruce Pavitt liked; K, until recently, was Calvin Johnson and Candice P...

    by Douglas Wolk on November 2, 1999
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