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  • Y2schlocK - Retailers Hit Hard by Millennium Bug


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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
  • e-Toy Story


    e-Toy Story

    While corporations race to colonize the virtual frontier of the Internet, a recent case that has surfaced amid the taming of the digital badlands demonstrates what uneasy neighbors art and commerce make. On Monday, the California State Court grante...

    by Claire Barliant on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    Marching to a Different Drum - Irish Lesbians, Gays, and Straights Mix Pride and Protest

    Peace may come to Northern Ireland before it is achieved in Irish parade politics in New York. The Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization is escalating its protest plans to mark its tenth exclusion from the big Manhattan St. Patrick's Day Parade on Marc...

    by Andy Humm on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    As Hundreds Cheer - The Glum Triumph of The Magnetic Fields

    Stephin Merritt was having a bad nightthough, bundled in layers of brown corduroy and topped by an inapt red hunting hat, he showed nothing more extreme than his perpetual glumness. The sound was echoing through U Penn's brick-walled Harrison Audito...

    by Rob Tannenbaum on November 30, 1999
  • Pulp Legislation - Congress Brings the Crush Video Industry to Heel


    Pulp Legislation - Congress Brings the Crush Video Industry to Heel

    WASHINGTONThis town is incredibly sexually repressed, and hardly a session of Congress passes without a legislative attempt, successful or not, to reign in some aspect of sexual behavior, usually of the commercial variety. Oftentimes, despite the pr...

    by Jason Vest on November 30, 1999
  • Russian Cons and New York Banks


    Russian Cons and New York Banks

    After it was revealed in August that $7 billion to $15 billion had been siphoned out of Russia through the Bank of New York, the nation's influentials were shocked, shocked. America's most sophisticated financiers were vulnerable to tawdry Russian fr...

    by Lucy Komisar on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    The Overachiever - Ray Lucas Surmounts All Obstacles as He Guides the Jets Back to Respectability

    The Jets' season may be over, for all intents, but don't tell that to Ray Lucas. The team dropped to 4-7 on Sunday and threw itself a near insurmountable obstacle to the playoffs. And while Lucas was bitterly disappointed after the loss to Indianapol...

    by Paul Forrester on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    Helter-Shelter - The Mayor Wants the NYPD to Arrest the Homeless. Ever Been There?

    Gordie L'Dera Age 60 Resides Bronx Occupation Administrative assistant What do you think about the mayor having the homeless arrested? I'm old enough to remember when they opened the hospitals and kicked everyone out. My husband predicted that s...

    on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    Broadway Blues - The Longest-Running, and Most Predictable, Show in New York

    The Rangers are, and may forever be, a problem child. One whose antics force his beleaguered parents to sigh again and again, "What's wrong this time?" No matter what promises these boys proffer each September, they are generally broken by Decembe...

    by Stu Hackel on November 30, 1999
  • Article


    Barb-Err-Us Transgender peopleand especially those who are masculine-identifiedare courageously beginning to mobilize and speak out about their years of struggle, as was proven by this month's "Body and Soul" health conference at the Lesbian & Gay...

    on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    No Fems Allowed in the Fight Club - What Hillary Can Learn From Ruth's 1997 Campaign Against Rudy

    By now, Hillary Clinton must know that running for office in New York is a blood sport. But has anyone told her that traditionally, no women are allowed in the ring? Maybe she thinks she's being hounded just because she's Hillary. After all, even bef...

    by Cynthia Cotts on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    Spoilsports of the Century - Mitch Blood Green, Heavyweight Boxer, 19801998

    Beyond the celebrated 4 a.m. TKO loss to Mike Tyson (at Dapper Dan's on 125th St. in 1988), Blood Green's street legacy is one for the ages. There's the time embarrassed state officials revealed Green's total 54 citations for a decade's worth of ille...

    by John Stravinsky on November 30, 1999
  • Article


    We Are Number One Giants Stadium is just ringed with restrooms. Still, Jockbeat has never waited less than 15 minutes to use the john during a football game there. And at certain times, well, every minute counts. That's why we were so relieved wh...

    on November 30, 1999
  • Article


    Environmental Destruction Agency WTOS Eco Disaster The revolt in the streets of Seattle Monday was aimed as much as anything at the way the World Trade Organization is run, doing its dirty business within secret tribunals of corporate lawyers. T...

    by James Ridgeway on November 30, 1999
  • Article

    Tricks of the Trade - Landlords Use Obscure Law to Ditch Rent Rules

    There was a time when, if the landlord of 446-450 West 19th Street wanted tenants out, he'd use several means: He might flood them out, freeze them out, or just plain scare the heck out of them by putting goons in some apartments or leaving the bu...

    by J.A. Lobbia on November 30, 1999
  • Quentin Crisp, 19081999


    Quentin Crisp, 19081999

    The queen is dead. Long live the queen. Quentin Crispwho was out before Rupert Everett, outlandish before Elton John, and alive before George Michaelwas the British wit-raconteur-pansy par excellence. A dear man with pinched features and the look o...

    by Michael Musto on November 30, 1999
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