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    Beyond the Grave - E-Commerce Crosses Into the Next World

    It was only a matter of time. The Internet has irrevocably changed our lives. Was there any reason to expect it wouldn't also change our deaths? Well, yes. The 'death care' industrythe curious name for the business of corpse disposalhas had every r...

    by Jeff Howe on November 2, 1999
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    Letters

    Get My Kicks Regarding Richard Goldstein's article "Mr. Natural" [October 26] and the supposed gay threat to masculinity: I don't get it. I don't like football, but I kickbox. I can be rabidly (and rapidly) heterosexual when the occasion demands....

    on November 2, 1999
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    Sweeping Questions - The Yanks Are Champs Again. So What?

    It was dj vu all over again in the Yankee clubhouse. The same faces. The same almost businesslike champagne squirting. The same turtleneck on a misty George Steinbrenner. The same Yankee-outfitted mayor. But there were some subtle differences. Th...

    by Allen St. John on November 2, 1999
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    Funnyhouse of a Negro - Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks Goes Hawthorne with 'In the Blood'

    We don't have much time. Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks and I have been talking for 10 minutes, and the batteries suddenly run down on my tape recorder. She has to get back to the Public Theater to give notes before a run-through of her new play, In the...

    by James Hannaham on November 2, 1999
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    Nation

    Waco Noir The Lone Star Report On Wednesday morning Washington's elite will converge on the basement theater of Union Station for their first viewing of Michael McNulty's WacoA New Revelation, the follow-up to his 1997 doc on what happened during ...

    by James Ridgeway on November 2, 1999
  • Part 1: The Virus Creates a Generation of Orphans

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    Part 1: The Virus Creates a Generation of Orphans

    Additional articles in this series. Penhalonga, ZimbabweThey didn't call Arthur Chinaka out of the classroom. The principal and Arthur's uncle Simon waited until the day's exams were done before breaking the news: Arthur's father, his body wra...

    by Mark Schoofs on November 2, 1999
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    Pat's Tattered Army - The Buchanan Campaign Faces Flak Over Money and Managers

    FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIAOstensibly, what took place here at the Doubletree Hotel last week was merely Brigadefhrer Patrick Buchanan's announcement that he and his minions were defecting from the Party of Lincoln to the Party of Perot. Metaphorically,...

    by Jason Vest on November 2, 1999
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    Condomnation - An Old Virus Becomes a New Argument for Abstinence

    The human papilloma virus has been around for yearsas a health problem, anyway. The virus surfaced in medical literature in the 1950s, and some of its many strains had already been tied to cervical cancer back in the '70s. Even the ancient Greeks re...

    by Sharon Lerner on November 2, 1999
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    Marchers Bring Their Case to UN - Poor But Not Powerless

    It seemed appropriate that a monthlong walk of poor people that started in Washington, D.C., should end in New York City just one week after Mayor Rudy Giuliani mandated that the homeless work for shelter. At 8:00 a.m. on Monday, about 500 people beg...

    by Robin Shulman on November 2, 1999
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    Cooking With Jane Jetson - It Grates! It Juliennes! It Plays MP3s!

    Not so long ago, the dishwasher was heralded as a revolutionary new machine that would free up women to do more important things, like fold laundry. Now troops of so-called 'smart' appliances are infiltrating the kitchen with emancipation on their dr...

    by David Kushner on November 2, 1999
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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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