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    Brokedown Palace

    As if more proof were needed that there are almost no good roles for women in Hollywood, we have the very talented Claire Danes who seemed on a fast track, after My So-Called Life, to becoming a star reduced to being just about the only thing worth...

    by Amy Taubin on August 24, 1999
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    Finding Their Religion

    In the religion of the movies, Sergio Leone is a prime candidate for beatitude. Among his miracles, the Italian director who is getting his first local retro at the American Museum of the Moving Image on the 10th anniversary of his death reinvented...

    by J. Hoberman on August 24, 1999
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    Bring Him Back Alive

    The guy working the door of Docker's had the puss of a cop. Stone faced, an average build, hiding his eyes behind metal-framed sunglasses. When he told Kelly that she couldn't hand out her invites inside the pier-side happy hour spot, he had the same...

    by Stacy Albin on August 24, 1999
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    Letters

    Is he glowing? I really loved the Libido Beach column written by Ellen Burris [Why define normal?, July 1]. I found it to be very different and interesting (and sexy). I'm interested in reading more of Ms. Burris' columns. Once again the LI Voice ...

    on August 24, 1999
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    Borgo Pass

    If you've never heard of Borgo Pass, you've been hanging out in sports bars way too much. They've been around since '93 and have been performing relentlessly ever since. I first saw Borgo Pass more than six years ago at the Roxy in Huntington and w...

    on August 24, 1999
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    Casting no doubts

    It's estimated that there are 75,000 actors in New York City. Joel Manaloto, attending an average of 10 plays a week, is on his way to seeing every single one of them. Born in Lakeview and raised in Baldwin, Manaloto, 25, is the rare person who can ...

    by Ambrose Clancy on August 24, 1999
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    Big kahunas need not apply

    Izzy, a 26-year-old stockbroker, gets a call from a friend. "The waves are breaking good," is all that he hears. He doesn't even stop to tell his boss a lie. He just grabs his jacket, turns out the light at his desk and heads for the LIRR. When he ge...

    by Rebecca Shalomoff on August 24, 1999
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    Scrap Metal

    The irony of Evan Himmel's situation is completely lost on him. As he downs two Sicilian slices outside Gino's Pizza in Great Neck, the 10th grader admits that, like most teenagers, he has caved into peer pressure in order to bolster his popularity a...

    by Valerie Acklin on August 24, 1999
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    Crying For Help

    Being a Jones Beach lifeguard must not have the same cachet it once did. Or maybe high school kids are spending too much time watching Baywatch instead of wanting to live it. Lifeguard lieutenant Thomas Aird, for example, reported to the lifeguard s...

    by Valerie Kellogg on August 24, 1999
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    Meltdown Over BNL Evacuation

    Suffolk County environmentalists and legislators have filed a lawsuit demanding the state do something they admit may be impossible: Prepare an emergency evacuation plan to be used in the event of nuclear meltdown at Brookhaven National Laboratory. ...

    by Laura Conaway on August 24, 1999
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    Erode to Knowledge

    The life of Dr. Beach is not always glamorous. When he's not rating the best surf or advising millionaires about where they should build their showy oceanfront mansions, he's often just plain Stephen P. Leatherman, scientist, chasing after clues or r...

    by Valerie Kellogg on August 24, 1999
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    Arcade Pimp #1

    Rarely has something so superficially cute ended up being so strangely moving. This collection of comics by new romantic (and Long Island Voice contributor) Dave Kiersh mixes early-'80s teenage angst with a grown-up sense of isolation and yearning. H...

    by Michael Giacalone on August 24, 1999
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    What Price Beauty?

    There he is, standing waist-deep in the surf, muscles rippling. Somehow, even as the wind whips at ocean's edge, his hair is perfect. As the waves crash, he turns toward you and smiles, his teeth glistening. He approaches you on the sand, the sea wat...

    by Ellen Burris on August 24, 1999
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    The Darkies

    Remzi Ari has tan armpits. They match the rest of him a melting, chocolate brown of a tan meticulously singed by the sun as he lies, for a certain span of each day, with his arms stretched up alongside his ears. Sometimes he's spread eagle, his nak...

    by Beth Greenfield on August 24, 1999
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    Gerbil in a Microwave

    In the dark and dense forest of The Blair Witch Projectnot the movie itself, but in the hype surrounding its Net-heavy publicity blitzit's easy to forget that there are filmmaking tactics a lot more "indie" than using handheld cameras and writing a...

    by Angela Gunn on August 24, 1999
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    Bread Amid the Circuses

    What I Was Thinking Napeague Stretch is not so much forgotten as passed by, literally, by the sweaty multitudes heading for Montauk. Pig 'n' Whistle East, sibling to the Manhattan joints, lies between the landmark "LUNCH" sign of the Lobster Roll and...

    by Ron M. Beigel on August 24, 1999
  • Casualties of War - In Congo, civil strife allows polio to survive

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    Casualties of War - In Congo, civil strife allows polio to survive

    Mbuji-Mayi, Democratic Republic of the CongoIn a dusty field in Kinshasa earlier this month, a military guard snaps its rifles to attention. Fixed bayonets gleam, and the crowd settles into a hush broken only by the sound of babies crying. Laurent K...

    by Mark Schoofs on August 24, 1999
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    NY Mirror

    Moments after I left the unofficial Tinky Winky celebration at Click & Drag (the Saturday night cyberfetish party at mother), someone supposedly had his body spray-painted purple and was having things done to his ass. I always seem to miss these cult...

    by Michael Musto on August 24, 1999
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    Law of the Jungle

    Animal rights is no longer just an anticruelty crusade; it is fast becoming a bona fide legal field. Is your fur flying? Geoff Fox Age: 58 Resides: Village Occupation: Writer What legal rights should animals have? I'm n...

    by Edmund Lee on August 24, 1999
  • Love and Loss Online - eeeee-Bay

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    Love and Loss Online - eeeee-Bay

    Not you. You would never purchase an antique you couldn't hold in your hand, caress, observe in three dimensions. Even though your best friend and collecting buddy has been haranguing you for months to log on and sample the joys of eBay, you remain u...

    by Lynn Yaeger on August 24, 1999
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