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  • The Big Fix - Corruption In DC 37, Part Two: How the Union's Bosses Rule By Fraud and Intimidation

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    The Big Fix - Corruption In DC 37, Part Two: How the Union's Bosses Rule By Fraud and Intimidation

    New York City's latest landmark to political corruption is a squat, one-story post office located at 2727 Mermaid Avenue. Here, surrounded by the towers of Coney Island's ghetto projects, stands the headquarters of DC 37 vote fraud. From 1992 to 199...

    by Robert Fitch on September 14, 1999
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    MTV: Behind the Music - VJs, Video Awards, and Li'l Kim's Boob

    First of all I'd like to give a shout-out to God for letting me write this column. I also want to thank my mom, my dad, my grandma, my sisters and brother and every single person I ever met, including my manager, my business manager, my personal assi...

    by Guy Trebay on September 14, 1999
  • Sorel's Way - She died in her apartment just five doors down from the 9th precinctó  murdered. A loner and, perhaps, one of the last Bohemians

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    Sorel's Way - She died in her apartment just five doors down from the 9th precinct murdered. A loner and, perhaps, one of the last Bohemians

    Barbara Sorel lived a lonely, thwarted, marginal life. As she always used to tell her few friends, who knew her only as Sorel, she was everything America hated: a Jewish, lesbian, communist drug dealer. She had been living alone and isolated in a tin...

    by Norah Vincent on September 14, 1999
  • Home is Where the Art Is - The Rebirth of Dixon Place

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    Home is Where the Art Is - The Rebirth of Dixon Place

    It was born by accident, then nurtured like a calling, humble-but-lovable Dixon Place quickly developed into an indispensable part of the late-'80s theater scene. Today, it's even more crucial, maybe the last venue in Manhattan where performers can p...

    by C. Carr on September 14, 1999
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    Near-Death Experiences - In big-time tennis, that which does not kill you makes you stronger

    What's the toughest thing in sports? Hitting a baseball? Stopping a slapshot? Listening to Dick Vitale do color? My $.02? None of the above. The hardest thing is closing out a tight tennis match. Don't believe me? Ask Kim Clijsters. In the third rou...

    by Allen St. John on September 14, 1999
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    Out of the Closet and Into the Cleats

    It wasn't until a couple of years after she had played in the Women's Professional Basketball League in the late '70s, Mariah Burton Nelson told the crowd at a forum on gays and lesbians in sports last week, that she came up with an answer for the du...

    on September 14, 1999
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    Timor Ease - Clinton Makes Hay in Asia Mess

    The weekend summit in New Zealand further elevated Clinton in his new role as world statesman, with the lame-duck president making inroads on China and pushing Indonesia's enfeebled ruler Habibie into accepting Australian-led UN "peacekeepers" in Eas...

    by James Ridgeway on September 14, 1999
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    The War of the Rings

    Peter Jackson is teasing his Internet stalkers unmercifully. It's probably the only thing to do when you've got tens of thousands of them spying on you, criticizing you, questioning your judgment, threatening you with dire consequences if you mess ar...

    by Angela Gunn on September 14, 1999
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    Bare Facts

    The supply list is simple: Bring your imagination, a pack of soft-vine charcoal and a newspaper-print pad to Life Drawing 101. But you may need more. Only a handful of high schools expose art students to nude models. Now that you're supposedly a grow...

    by Stacy Albin on September 14, 1999
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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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