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    The Beat Goes On

    My ankles and wrists were bound in leather cuffs, as I stood spread-eagled against a wall. Behind me were Sir Richard and Sir Darren, two doms in Mrs. Hyde's dungeon who were trying to teach me a lesson. "Naughty reporter," said Sir Richard. At ju...

    by Stacy Albin 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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    Getting the Business

    Tough guy Rudy Giuliani takes the credit for cleaning up Times Square, but Long Island officials beat him to the punch years ago on their own turf. Thank the Town of Islip for making it difficult for you to find porn on the Island. In 1980, Islip b...

    by Valerie Kellogg on August 31, 1999
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    The Show That Never Ends

    Hamptons regulars swarmed all over LIFE @ THE TAVERN with their pin-straight hair, black capris and wanna-be-model pursed lips. Though some of them had had years of practice doing the scene, they weren't fooling every newcomer with their trendy halte...

    by Stacy Albin 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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    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
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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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    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
  • 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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    Chteau 'New York Times'? - Times Co. Digital to court wine-swilling cultural elite

    You can almost hear the corks popping at Times Company Digital (TCD), a subsidiary formed by The New York Times Company in May to consolidate all its Internet holdings. Last week, even as Arthur Sulzberger Jr. was promising his entire staff that they...

    by Cynthia Cotts on August 24, 1999
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    A Lot of Nerve - Erotic Web Zine Swells in Size as It Plans To Become a Portal

    It's all in the decor. In this case, we're talking stainless steel desks, black space-age chairs, and iMacs. These items are resting on a hardwood floor, freshly polyurethaned, in a SoHo loft on Broadway. If a TV producer conjured a set for a hip web...

    by Mark Boal on August 24, 1999
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    Hillary 'Banned' In Crown Heights - The First Lady's embrace of Former Mayor David Dinkins ignites an orthodox Jewish backlash

    In the latest political storm swirling about Hillary Rodham Clinton's likely senate candidacy, the crown heights Jewish community council has branded the first lady an "anti-semite" and "banned" her from visiting the hasidic stronghold because of her...

    by Peter Noel on August 24, 1999
  • The Last Picture Show - The optimist's guide to the Millennium's final fall-movie crop

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    The Last Picture Show - The optimist's guide to the Millennium's final fall-movie crop

    Human concoctions that they are, movies have a flaky way of never quite living up to our expectations; whenever we look at what's screening around us, we see little to hosanna about. Practically since celluloid first hit light or at least since a st...

    by Michael Atkinson on August 24, 1999
  • Film Previews - A rundown of the season's movies— handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.

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    Film Previews - A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.

    Delicious and Good For You American Beauty An Ice Storm minus the puritanism and nostalgia. Director Sam Mendes and writer Alan Ball lay bare the horrors of upper-middle-class normalcy in this unexpectedly profound tragicomedy. With Kevin Spacey ...

    on August 24, 1999
  • Director of the Pinstriped Pilgrimage - Tony Morante breaks down the big ballyard in the Bronx

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    Director of the Pinstriped Pilgrimage - Tony Morante breaks down the big ballyard in the Bronx

    Tony Morante's connection to Yankee Stadium not to mention its bases, fences, and ropes goes back further than that of most sportswriters, or even any of the resident team's owners. Greeting a tour group at the press gate, Morante launches into a S...

    by Rachel Ellner on August 24, 1999
  • The Felonious Faxman - There Were No Threats in the 'Criminal' Faxes

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    The Felonious Faxman - There Were No Threats in the 'Criminal' Faxes

    On July 30, Thomas Mcgowan was arrested and charged with four counts of harassment and aggravated harassment in the second degree. His crime: sending faxes to free-speech radio WABC-AM. (to the station's listeners, he is known as Danny from East New ...

    by Nat Hentoff on August 24, 1999
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    Liberals On Loan - Lender that preys on poor fights the state with help from leading democrats

    Former Attorney General Robert Abrams and Former Deputy Mayor Bill Lynch, two stalwarts of the state Democratic Party's liberal wing, have been working in a decidedly unliberal fashion in recent weeks. Negotiating with state officials, they have been...

    by Andrew White on August 24, 1999
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