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  • Rudy’s Most Wanted - Steven Powers 
Is the Latest Celebrity 
Quality-of-Life Offender

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    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
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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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    Nation

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

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    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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    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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    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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    Eyes on the WTO

    While the media in Seattle focused the world's attention on cops clad in riot gear and violent protesters, one group kept clear of the melee and emerged as one of the missing links in the trade war story. On the opening day of the World Trade Organiz...

    by Lenora Todaro on December 14, 1999
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    The Numbers Racket

    Phoebe Goodman is the kind of longtime fiscal watchdog you'd expect to find scrambling alongside politicians and reporters to examine Nassau County's year 2000 budget. But instead of joining the fray when the budget was (sort of) released in early...

    by Laura Conaway on December 14, 1999
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    Sodalite

    http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/67/sodalite.html There's something disgustingly appealing about electronic house and dance music. Some might accuse it of being the new disco. And why not? Dance music gets your booty moving. The best electronic arti...

    by Greg Hoy on December 14, 1999
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    History Repeating

    There's a rush-hour sense of history to Tim Robbins's Cradle Will Rock. Historical forces and famous ghosts jostle past each other in this evocation of mid-1930s New York like harried commuters at Grand Central Station. Robbins' frantic period-page...

    by J. Hoberman on December 14, 1999
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    Features - Interviews by Dave Kihara, Sharon Lerner & Coco McPherson. Photographs by Hiroyuki Ito, Mayita Mendez, Michael Schmelling & Michael Sofronski

    Jules Harris, 35 How long have you been homeless? Six years. How did you become homeless? Why did I become homeless? It's called crack cocaine. I used to think, "I don't need to pay my bills. I just want to get high." But I've been clean for . ....

    on December 7, 1999
  • Wake-up Call for Rudy - If Bedrooms Are for Sleeping, Why Won’t the Mayor Build More?

    Article

    Wake-up Call for Rudy - If Bedrooms Are for Sleeping, Why Wont the Mayor Build More?

    It's official: Under the reign of Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, all sleeping is to be done in bedrooms. The mayor laid down that edict on November 19 when he announced that homeless people who sleep on the street risk arrest. "Streets do not exist in ci...

    by J.A. Lobbia on December 7, 1999
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    Awe in the Family

    Krinner even laughs about spells that don't quite work, like the one she cast just after becoming a witch. She'd wanted a new car. But years passed before she got one. The family has yet to cast a spell as a trio, and the magick they work individua...

    by Stacy Albin on December 7, 1999
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    Nation

    Hold the Mochaccino Das Boot Date Rape Panic Bargain-Basement Spaniel on a Leash Wobbly Nightmare for the WTO Hold the Mochaccino While most environmentalists, union members, and progressives sat on their hands during the Clinton years, la...

    by James Ridgeway on December 7, 1999
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    Mind/Body/Spirit Special

    Above and Beyond Hey, whatever turns you inward How do you wrestle with questions of mind, body and spirit? Mainstream religions have had thousands of years to make their pitch, but some people just don't buy it. Not to worry. Unless there reall...

    on December 7, 1999
  • Passion Fish - In New York's Turbulent Harbors, the Striped Bass Are Biting Again

    Article

    Passion Fish - In New York's Turbulent Harbors, the Striped Bass Are Biting Again

    Jennifer Prosec is cold. She stomps her feet and draws down into a Goretex-shrouded ball behind the captain's bridge. It's spare shelter from the unceasing, icy wind. The Makoa 19-foot floating platform with low-set gunwalesis built for maximum exp...

    by Jeff Howe on December 7, 1999
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    Venerable Enough for the Veeps List

    In an apparent effort to demonstrate his knowledge of pop culture, Al Gore's presidential campaign staff recently disseminated a list of his favorite movies, books and recording artists. Long Island turned up on the music list in the form of Clark Te...

    by Ron M. Beigel on December 7, 1999
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    Pataki May End Your Life Early - A Grave Threat to Our Hospitals

    I am interrupting the series on the shame of book publishers for a more vital issue, affecting everyone. In a November 27 op-ed piece in 'The New York Times,' called 'How Medicine Became Just Another Product,' Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan noted th...

    by Nat Hentoff on December 7, 1999
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    The Fresh Prince of West Philly turns hip hop into a love rollercoaster

    At 30, Will Smith is his own stress-free theme park. And that's only the latest distinction on a rsum that runs from Smith's '80s Fresh Prince teen-rapper days, where he was billed behind DJ Jazzy Jeff, to a big TV splash in NBC's The Fresh Prince ...

    by James Hunter on December 7, 1999
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