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    Howie Safir, cub reporter

    There's a photo in an old Hofstra University yearbook that would prompt plenty of guffaws in press rooms from Boston to the Beltway: Howie Safir, news editor of the campus paper, the Chronicle, working on deadline, feverishly and fearlessly gathering...

    by Ward Harkavy on September 14, 1999
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    F is also for fright

    Sherwood Forest. Central Park. Blair Woods. The world has its share of places that you just don't venture into at night. But if you ask college students on Long Island, you can add some more turf to that list of terrifying terrain. Places like Chipmu...

    by Bill Jensen on September 14, 1999
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    Arcade Pimp

    by Dave Kiersh on September 14, 1999
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    Tammie Comics

    by Tammie Cohen on September 14, 1999
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    by Tammie Cohen on September 14, 1999
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    by Tammie Cohen on September 14, 1999
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    Liquid Picasso

    Unfortunately, the a MP3.com site provides a section where the featured band can list the major-label acts that would be considered "similar" to them in style and sound. Liquid Picasso, the Westbury-based alt-rockers who've honed their chops playing...

    by Ian D'Giff on September 14, 1999
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    Recordings

    Belle and Sebastian Tigermilk Matador Its been a long time coming, but U.S. fans of this Scottish cult favorite can finally get their hands on a CD version of the duos 1996 vinyl-only debut. A mixed bag, this disc showcases the pastoral popster...

    on September 14, 1999
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    Ted Rosenthal's jazz-o-rama!

    A few quick lessons in how you, too,can triumph in the crazy world o' jazz, even if you're a 6-year-old kid in Great Neck who is tired of taking piano lessons. Ted Rosenthal didn't let a little pre-adolescent ennui stop him! Why should you? When...

    by Ron M. Beigel on September 14, 1999
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    X-press Magazine

    This is the most recent issue of this quarterly progressive publication, which mixes the intensity and single-minded purposefulness of zines with the readability and engaging design of your normal big-budget alterna-culture magazine. Published out of...

    by Michael Giacalone on September 14, 1999
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    Life after college

    On a particularly sweaty Thursday, I call Sarah's number and am greeted by sobbing on the other end of the line. I'm afraid that we are in for a rewind of last summer's drug-addled crash that led to her upstate rehab stay. "I'm pregnant," she confes...

    by Tanya Indiana on September 14, 1999
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    Bad Habits

    The ad campaign for The Minus Man is what you might call an exercise in ironic suggestibility, all sneering warnings ("Don't Bring a Dumb Date") and promises ("Running Time: All Night [In Your Head]"). It's a smug tactic-marketing a movie as a conver...

    by Dennis Lim on September 14, 1999
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    Earth: India's splitting headache in '47

    In Earth, director Deepa Mehta brings the monumental disaster of the Indian subcontinent's 1947 partition to the screen with gentleness and matter-of-factness. It fills you with a powerful, subtle sadness that lingers instead of clobbers. Returning...

    by Beth Greenfield on September 14, 1999
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    The ins and outs of college

    The liberal arts are "in" these days on campus, and the message from college administrators is clear: A good student is an experimenting student. Take psychology. Try French. Attack logic. But dont fight the inevitable: Isnt biology the subject w...

    by Ellen Burris on September 14, 1999
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    Mobbed up

    How bad was the race riot at the ROAD HOUSE PUB? The cops are sticking by their story that it was full-blown, but bar owner Michael Maupin insists that the riot that engulfed black patron Gregory Jean-Pierre wasn't necessarily racial in origin. "I ...

    by Stacy Albin on September 14, 1999
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    We got your hip-hop hall of fame

    We got no beef against Westchester County. We don't bug over shouts for its homegrown rap heavies like Brand Nubians, DMX and The Lox. We even give props to Mount Vernon's own Heavy D, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Al B Sure and Case. But when the mayor of...

    by A.J. Woodson on September 14, 1999
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    Fast, cheap and in control

    Background Check This is the restaurant formerly known as the American Food Stand. It opened on an unlikely stretch of Highway 4 years ago and immediately scored a hit as a homegrown fast-food David trying not so much to slay but to peacefully co-exi...

    by Ron M. Beigel on September 14, 1999
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    headline

    Regarding File this Fetish [Clicks, Aug. 26]: Although it may be a part of human nature to take the most interesting or eyebrow-raising aspect of a broader idea and run with that to have a more interesting story to tell, it also tends to make one app...

    on September 14, 1999
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    NY Mirror

    How cool am I? I figured out the trick ending of 'The Sixth Sense' only halfway through! (And by the way, anyone who's been spilling it to friends is as evil as I was that year I spent running around screaming, 'Thelma and Louise drive off a cliff!')...

    by Michael Musto on September 7, 1999
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    Nailing Coffin Nails - Trader Turned Activist Blasts Second-Hand Smoke

    Joe Cherner may soon be looking for a job. Its not because he needs the money; the 41-year-old did so well on Wall Street in the 1980s that he never has to work again. Its just that Cherner, the citys foremost unpaid antitobacco activist, thinks h...

    by Sharon Lerner on September 7, 1999
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