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    More Monkey Business

    The Kansas Board of Education doesn't want the Theory of Evolution to be taught in its public schools. Are you a man or a mouse? Franco Richard Age 51 Resides East Village Occupation Teacher Do you believe in evolution, c...

    by Edmund Lee on August 31, 1999
  • Coney Island High - Photographs By Regina Monfort

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    Coney Island High - Photographs By Regina Monfort

    A hundred years of cotton candy, a hundred years of boardwalk romance, a hundred years of anything but solitude: Luna Park and Steeplechase may be long gone, but the last hot days of the century continue to draw seekers of summery pleasures to th...

    by Lynn Yaeger on August 31, 1999
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    Letters

    Jack-Off In response to Michael Musto's August 24 column: You secretly adore Michael Jackson, Mr. Musto, and feel that you must belittle him to hide your deep affection. But writing that you "would like to gossip about how fascinating that recentl...

    on August 31, 1999
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    WABC Attacks Free Speech - Was a Wrongful Arrest Committed?

    'If Thomas McGowan is punished for sending these faxes to WABC, what does this do to the expressive nature of talk radio? It chills speech for sure. Talk radio is great, even though I get a licking on those shows. They're the last people in the world...

    by Nat Hentoff on August 31, 1999
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    King smut

    When I was growing up, my friend Wesley's dad drove a black El Camino and resembled the Unabomber long before such a look was fashionable. We started going to his apartment after school because there were never any parents there and because the place...

    by Michael Giacalone on August 31, 1999
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    Too Hot for 'Harper's' - 'Elle' Mag Rescues Gaitskill Essay on Not Wanting To Have Kids

    In a month when the fashion magazines become swollen with hundreds of pages of advertising and fluff, the September issue of 'Elle' offers a dangerously thoughtful essay by fiction writer Mary Gaitskill, who believes it is possible for a woman to cho...

    by Cynthia Cotts on August 31, 1999
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    It Ain't The Motion, It's The Meat

    Even though eating food at a topless bar is as wrong as having sex in a restaurant, you have a God-given right to trustworthy consumer information when it comes to eating out. My research reveals only a few places where you can fill your cakehole. He...

    by Ron M. Beigel on August 31, 1999
  • Digable Planet Community - Connect Launches Af Am Site as Next Step in Minority Content Empire

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    Digable Planet Community - Connect Launches Af Am Site as Next Step in Minority Content Empire

    Omar Wasow is walking through the Soho offices of Silicon Alley company Community Connect looking for some fruit. The small staff of about 24 are harried, crisscrossing the floor, shouting across the room to each other. But Wasow is relaxed and cordi...

    by Edmund Lee on August 31, 1999
  • Release the Hounds - Dog Racing— The Sport of Plebes

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    Release the Hounds - Dog Racing The Sport of Plebes

    Picture the hallowed sport of kings, with all its attendant aesthetic charms; a slowly unwinding day at a rural setting while beautiful, muscular horses gallop mightily across red dirt in a powerful, natural rhythm. Now picture horse racing stripped...

    by Sinclair Rankin on August 31, 1999
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    The Rubber Match: Beaches Bounce Back

    Used condoms are not so much an environmental problem as they are the canary in the coal mine. Back in the 1970s and earlier, New York City's sewers would routinely flood into storm drains during a heavy rain because its sewage-treatment plants could...

    by Erik Nelson on August 31, 1999
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    The User Who Got Used - For years, Tony Merritt Did the Dirty Work for Cops and Landlords, Helping Them Bust and Evict Drug Dealers. So Why Is the Times Square Hotel, His Latest Home, Showing Him the Door?

    When the Kenmore Hotel on 23rd Street reopened on May 4, politicians flocked to the ceremony, anxious to be associated with a project that had reincarnated the building from a murderous drug den into 326 units of affordable housing. In a famous 1994...

    by J.A. Lobbia on August 31, 1999
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    Ramblin' Man

    There are only two things you're not allowed to talk to Gregg Allman about: how Duane's death affected him and Cher. Allman, who brings the Allman Brothers Band to Jones Beach Friday, recently spoke with Ian D'Giff: What's it like to play a place li...

    by Ian Dâ??Giff on August 31, 1999
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    Tip o' the Cap

    Far be it from Uni Watch to discourage anyone from writing anything by hand in this keyboard-driven age, but the trend of ballplayers putting little handwritten tributes on their caps is getting seriously weird. The practice had appeared sporadically...

    by Paul Lukas on August 31, 1999
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    Girls Who Squirt

    Recently my friend Cooper looked quizzically at the bookshelf next to my bed. Pointing to the bulky pink plastic package nestled between a row of space-age sex toys and a box of baby wipes, she asked, "What are those for?" Extra Large Underpads for...

    by Tristan Taormino on August 31, 1999
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    The Hedgehog Shoots For Legit

    Ron Jeremy is one of the most prolific porn stars of all time, with more than 1,600 dirty movies to his credit. Round, dark and hairy, known far and wide as the "Hedgehog," he is not the typical buffed stud. "I was in Playgirl four times," says Jerem...

    by Jon Hart on August 31, 1999
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    Dirty Work

    Before porn moved to California to become a mass-produced, straight-to-video industry, most of the money shots were made in New York. While the epicenter of the biz was at 42nd and Broadway, the ripple effect took the skin trade out to Queens and Lon...

    by Bill Jensen, Stacy Albin and Jon Hart on August 31, 1999
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    headline

    The eyes have it Great issue of great photos by Kirk Condyles, Tara Engberg, Phil Marino, Stephen Lipuma [Cover Feature, July 29]. Too bad Eyes Wide Shut is such a bad film. Keep up the good work. Fred W. Mcdarrah East Hampton Bombs away...

    on August 31, 1999
  • Pec'ing Ardor - Readers Pumped Up Over Pines Piece

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    Pec'ing Ardor - Readers Pumped Up Over Pines Piece

    Guy Trebay's article "Babes in Boyland: Pumping It Up in the Pines," which appeared in the August 24 Voice, prompted an unusually large reader response. Following are some of the letters received in reaction to it. Out of this World Very go...

    on August 31, 1999
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    Bad Call - Baseball's Big Shots Strike Out At The Umpire's Union

    Their strategy was so bad that they now claim it wasn't serious. The major league umpires' mass resignation last month dared the lords of baseball to make do without them and, well, the lords said "ok." Now the umps claim they never really meant to r...

    by Joshua D. Gaynor on August 31, 1999
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    They Teams They Are A-Changing

    Hope you've enjoyed the Liberty's WNBA title run, because the team could look very different come next season. Kym Hampton, the All-Star center who's battled balky knees all year to bring the Lib to the brink of a championship, is retiring at season'...

    on August 31, 1999
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