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    Surveillance Sorority - Behind the Cams at Voyeurdorm

    Alex looked about 20. She had short blond hair and wore white shorts and a spaghetti-strap top over a slim, tan body. She was sprawled on a couch and smoking a long cigarette. As she got up and glided out of range, a cam caught her bare back. When sh...

    by Mark Boal on August 3, 1999
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    Republicans Pant for Welfare Massacre - Hot Dreams

    Amid the second worst drought in this century and nostalgic reminiscences of Joe Alsop's dinner parties, Washing ton bakes as the government grinds to a halt in gridlocka libertarian dream scenario, which threatens to leave the country in the hands ...

    by James Ridgeway on August 3, 1999
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    Death Valley - The Great Depression

    The surgeon general announced last week that suicide is now a national health threat. Feeling sad? Joe Schiano Age: 35 Resides: Long Beach, Long Island Occupation: Electrician Have you ever contemplated suicide? No. It's ...

    by Edmund Lee on August 3, 1999
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    The Devil To Pay? - Club Kids Cry Rape; Moral Panic Ensues

    In the wake of the hysterical media coverage of rape allegations made by two teenage girls at the Tunnel disco the weekend before last, it's now clearer than ever that club owner Peter Gatien is at the center of a full-fledged "moral panic"whipped u...

    by Frank Owen on August 3, 1999
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    They Might Be (Intellectual) Giants - Kid Vid Promises Big Brains

    Perhaps some of you new parents out there are planning on piano lessons and S.A.T. preparation. But why wait until Junior is two to begin the betterment process? Why not strike while you still have a chance of rescuing the wee one from mediocrity? Ju...

    by Sharon Lerner on August 3, 1999
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    The Future Is Now

    Predicting how the future will look is always a dicey proposition (remember those old "World of Tomorrow" exhibitions, which said that by now we'd all be living in space colonies and hip-deep in leisure time?), but Major League Baseball is giving it ...

    by Paul Lukas on August 3, 1999
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    Nation

    How Tina Met Eddie Fungus Among Us Sorry, Al How Tina Met Eddie Last month, Eddie Dean was just a writer for Washington's City Paper, filing his first story for Tina Brown. Now, he is living the dream of every alternative press writer:...

    by Cynthia Cotts on August 3, 1999
  • Vampire State Building - Photos by Michael Sofronski

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    Vampire State Building - Photos by Michael Sofronski

    Rampant bourgeoisification may be sweeping the last bit of rough charm from the meatpacking district, but Mother, ChiChi and Johnny's enduring bastion of bohemia, is still holding its loopy flag aloft: a recent Thursday night featured Long Black Vei...

    by Lynn Yaeger on July 27, 1999
  • Catch The Wave - Shagging homers outside Wrigley Field

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    Catch The Wave - Shagging homers outside Wrigley Field

    Plopped down in the heart of a roiling, beer-soaked, half gay, half frat-rat urban neighborhood, precious, rickety Wrigley Field, where the Mets play this weekend, is one of baseball's last great houses. It's also the site of one of baseball's terrif...

    by John D. Thomas on July 27, 1999
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    The Girls of Summer

    The blow struck for women's sports by the hyper-success of the Women's World Cup is now being felt in other arenas including the national pastime. Using the momentum generated by the U.S. team's soccer win, several grassroots groups have begun to la...

    on July 27, 1999
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    Beach Blanket Surgery - Summertime Blues

    Summer advertises fun in the sun, but it also forces us to show off our bare flesh. What would you prefer to keep under wraps? Indira Rivera Age: 19 Resides: Brooklyn Occupation: Consultant Do you like the way you look i...

    by Edmund Lee on July 27, 1999
  • The Pleasure Police - The MPAA and its antiquated view of what girls are made of

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    The Pleasure Police - The MPAA and its antiquated view of what girls are made of

    There's a scene in Jamie Babbit's indie debut feature, But I'm a Cheerleader, where two teenage girls are having sex in, of all places, a bed. It's night, but a single light, reflected off a mirror, allows fleeting glimpses of the movement of a shoul...

    by Amy Taubin on July 27, 1999
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    Continental Divide

    Richard Ampudia (managing partner, Caf Habana) Income: $52,000 (1998) Health Insurance: $179/mo. Rent: $950/mo. Utilities: $90/mo. Phone: $120/mo. Food: $200/mo. Transportation: $320/mo. It's all very chic in the silver and blue caf and e...

    by Toni Schlesinger on July 27, 1999
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    Your Landlord's Dick - Building owners hire spies to win evictions

    Just before midnight on March 20, 1998, Richard Hughes answered a knock at the door of his Manhattan apartment. Outside were two men who claimed to work for Cigna Group Insurance. They told Hughes they were investigating a trip-and-fall that had occu...

    by J.A. Lobbia on July 27, 1999
  • Into Thin Air - On the Scene of a Fruitless Search For a Friend

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    Into Thin Air - On the Scene of a Fruitless Search For a Friend

    Here are two questions without good answers: How can a man go on a casual hike in a national park on a warm, cloudless day, and never return? And when can you start mourning a friend who is presumed dead? Three weeks ago, Joe Wood, a 34-year-old edi...

    by Andrew Hsiao on July 27, 1999
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    Nation

    It's Evening in California The Plane Truth Crude Scam Wackos Eye Olympics Carpetbagger Quiz Look Away It's Evening in California The Reagan Legacy & GOP Dementia As Ronald Reagan lies ill with Alzheimer's disease his health, in the...

    by James Ridgeway on July 27, 1999
  • Links to the Future - Hip-Hop Graffiti as High-Tech Dialect

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    Links to the Future - Hip-Hop Graffiti as High-Tech Dialect

    Though Third Voice puts an intriguing new legal spin on graffiti, the underlying tensions it creates between free speech and ownership are as old as writing on somebody else's wall. But don't let the revival of graffiti demonization fool you though ...

    by Ben Williams on July 27, 1999
  • A Lesson Before Dying - Voice Reporter Flunks NYPD'S Shoot-Don't-Shoot Test

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    A Lesson Before Dying - Voice Reporter Flunks NYPD'S Shoot-Don't-Shoot Test

    My heart raced and my palms sweated as I gripped the rubberized butt of a modified 9mm Glock 19 pistol. That, warned a poker-faced firearms instructor, is the eerie sensation you get when you're entrusted with one of the most powerful handguns in the...

    by Peter Noel on July 27, 1999
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    Letters

    Bott(ched) Report Although I read with great interest Robert Davey's article "The FBI and Flight 800" [July 20], I feel compelled to set the record straight regarding references Davey made to a report prepared by Dr. Richard Bott specifically, th...

    on July 27, 1999
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    The Body Electric - Home-Gym Gadgets and the Shape of Things To Come

    Personal fitness machines have become something of a fetish industry. Eager slaves shell out big bucks for all kinds of masters: butt masters, thigh masters, StairMasters. Add to this latently s/m mix a new line of workout gizmos for those who prefer...

    by David Kushner on July 27, 1999
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