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  • Inside Apartment A42 - A Homeless Family Confronts the City’s New Work-for-Shelter Rules

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    Inside Apartment A42 - A Homeless Family Confronts the Citys New Work-for-Shelter Rules

    Leslie Pinder is among the hundreds of homeless mothers who could lose their children once New York City officials begin enforcing their new work-for-shelter policy. Pinder, 29, lives in a two-bedroom apartment which is actually a city shelter. On a ...

    by Jennifer Gonnerman on December 7, 1999
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    Rocking the Cradle

    Heather isn't the first scenester to bump and grind at South Beach Water Club. But at 15, she's among the youngest. This is teen night, and no ID is necessary for kids 18 and under to party down with soda and water. One couch area serves well as a ...

    by Stacy Albin on December 7, 1999
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    The Popular Front

    Rage Against the Machine, touted as one of the most rabid anti-establishment bands to grace world stages in the '90s, will be playing Nassau Coliseum on Friday. Guitarist Tom Morello recently talked to Ron Strauss: You guys talk about fucking wit...

    on December 7, 1999
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    I Can Get it for You Retail

    If you're in the mood to be getting the house ready for holiday festivities, there are a couple of great new spots. The first of these is a furniture warehouse that is a major resource for upscale home furnishings stores on the Island. During the wee...

    by Tanya Indiana on December 7, 1999
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    Law & Disorder

    Judge Sam Levine, president of the Board of Judges of Nassau County District Court, has scheduled a commencement ceremony this week to give a retirement speech. Retiring, yes. Shy, no. He'll leave the way he came in more than three years ago, kicking...

    by Ward Harkavy on December 7, 1999
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    It's the Pits

    Quietly, with little public notice, the Town of Oyster Bay is working to pass a zoning ordinance that could allow development of an environmentally sensitive property, threatening drinking water and destroying precious open space. The town has been...

    by Laura Conaway 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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    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
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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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    Microwave Orphans

    http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/64/motorway_to_roswell.html These recent MP3s by Kings Park new-wave deconstructionists Microwave Orphans are so punk rock they almost aren't. But they are. The first one is called "Busted Amps and Strings," which...

    by Michael Giacalone on December 7, 1999
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    That's the Spirit

    I don't know if anyone has ever named God as a divorce-case third party, but it's a possibility the tormented male protagonists of Jane Campion's rambunctious Holy Smoke! and Neil Jordan's more sober The End of the Affair could well appreciate. Blam...

    by J. Hoberman 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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    Hold the Damn Mayo

    What i was thinking When I first heard about the vandalism at four McDonald's in Nassau County last month, I figured that some food critics had gotten together and taken a stand against bad hamburgers. One of the spray-painted messages left behind r...

    by Ron M. Beigel on December 7, 1999
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    Ani DiFranco To the Teeth Righteous Babe Odds are that Ms. DiFranco's a certified schizo, and a listen to the array of styles here provides confirmation. The only real thread between these 13 tracks is Ani's ability to cram an essay about life i...

    on December 7, 1999
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    My bad Regarding the photo on page 17 of the Nov. 25 issue [Thanksgivers]: There probably hasn't been a Hardee's in Nassau since Mama Cass stopped singing its praises. However, that picture does look an awful lot like Nathan's. Maybe that logo on th...

    on December 7, 1999
  • Y2schlocK - Retailers Hit Hard by Millennium Bug

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    Y2schlocK - Retailers Hit Hard by Millennium Bug

    Like any good impending disaster, Y2K has made a lot of people rich. Just think about the millions being spent to millennium-proof office and home PC's. With sensational images of haywire jets and Summer of Sam blackouts, who can blame anyone for pl...

    by David Kushner on November 30, 1999
  • Two-Story Circa 1800 Wooden House

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    Two-Story Circa 1800 Wooden House

    Location Fort Greene Rent $31,000 (1979) Square feet 3750 Occupant Woody Panttila (painter); Daniel Jogalsky (dancer) Woody, you have so many paintings of vegetables! I see a rhubarb on the wall! So, here we are in your red shingled, pre?Ci...

    by Toni Schlesinger on November 30, 1999
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    Jonesing for some blind items? Goodie gumdrops, because I happen to have some, and they're really filthy this time. Do I hear cries of outrage? Well, anyone who's appalled because these tidbits are too identifiable should go back to reading the publ...

    by Michael Musto on November 30, 1999
  • Part 5: Death and the Second Sex

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    Part 5: Death and the Second Sex

    Additional articles in this series. Harare, Zimbabwe and Nigeri Village, KenyaSipewe Mhakeni used herbs from the Mugugudhu tree. After grinding the stem and leaf, she would mix just a pinch of the sand-colored powder with water, wrap it in a bit ...

    by Mark Schoofs on November 30, 1999
  • The Shame of Book Publishing - A Necessary Burning of Books

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    The Shame of Book Publishing - A Necessary Burning of Books

    Much has been made nationally of the humiliating decision by St. Martin's Press to recall the 70,000 copies it had shipped to bookstores of J.H. Hatfield's 'Fortunate Son,' a biography of George W. Bush. These books, along with the 20,000 still in th...

    by Nat Hentoff on November 30, 1999
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