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    Shots in the dark

    The cashier walked out of a marriage after 27 years. A woman with chipped red nail polish remarks that she's the "top cashier" at a local supermarket. Then she says it again. This 47-year-old probably deserves automatic bragging rights because of he...

    by Stacy Albin on October 26, 1999
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    Always a big draw

    Yellow Submarine was not the first time the Beatles hit the cartoon world. The Fab Four's original 'toon incarnation was the Saturday morning show The Beatles, which ran from '65-'69 on ABC. Mitchell Axlerod, author of the new book Beatletoons, will...

    by Ian D'Giff on October 26, 1999
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    That next bitch

    It was like the changing of the guard that moment this summer when Missy's "She's A Bitch" flopped spectacularly while Eve's "What Ya Want" established its long thrall over BET and Hot 97. This wasn't just Eve Jeffers displacing Missy Elliott as "th...

    by Simon Reynolds on October 26, 1999
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    Scaring up some bargains

    Perhaps the quaint little village of Amityville seems especially sweet this time of year as a counterpoint to the horror story for which it's best known. Think of The Music Man, and you'll summon in your mind's eye the white gazebo that serves as the...

    by Tanya Indiana on October 26, 1999
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    The Reform Party's hostess

    You may not think Oprah Winfrey has a shot at the White House, but three Minnesota Reform Party members believe she can go all the way with the help of the Internet. Bucking conventional punditry hey, it worked with the Body they're harnessing th...

    by Donna Ladd on October 26, 1999
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    The mullet

    Finally, someone put a funny name to that two-tiered, bi-level haircut that's short on the sides, kind of short on top and long in the back: a mullet. Mark Larson, a 48-year-old Huntington High School grad who now works as an art director in the city...

    by Stacy Albin on October 26, 1999
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    Get out, get out, wherever you are

    At first, the Spanish-speaking residents of 54 Greenwich Street didn't know what to make of the crackdown at their cavernous brick apartment complex in Hempstead. It started in June, when building inspectors from the village began walking the dimly ...

    by Laura Conaway on October 26, 1999
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    A bunch of slugs

    Let us triangulate. David Fincher's Fight Club is not a brainless mosh pit. Nor is it a transgressive masterpiece. As provocations go, this malevolently gleeful satire (closely adapted from Chuck Palahniuk's confrontational first novel) is extremely ...

    by J. Hoberman on October 26, 1999
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    Grave condition

    Anthony Berkeley, a.k.a. Poetic Da Grym Reaper of Da Gravediggaz, has come down with colon cancer, and a benefit fundraiser for him is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 26, at Brownie's, 169 2nd Ave. in the city. Poetic, 34, who currently lives in Bay Sh...

    by A.J. Woodson on October 26, 1999
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    Gore to the core

    Here's an argument for letting kids play with their food. As an adult, Robert "Kato" DeStefan sits hunched over in his subterranean workshop, right in the manicured-lawn center of South Massapequa, giving birth to wondrous monsters created out of mor...

    by Tanya Indiana on October 26, 1999
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    The fine art of hate

    As the twentieth century barrels to an end, we continue to revisit the Holocaust. Perhaps it's to again ask the questions to which there are few answers, or perhaps it's to comfort ourselves with the notion that despite how troubled our world has be...

    by Michael Giacalone on October 26, 1999
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    Comfort comidas

    WHAT I'M THINKING I was channel-surfing the other day and happened across a Spanish-language channel from New Jersey. A sports reporter was on the field at Shea Stadium interviewing Hispanic Mets, including Rey Ordoez, Edgardo Alfonzo, Armando Benit...

    by Ron M. Beigel on October 26, 1999
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    Resident evil

    Amityville cop Ken Greguski had just gotten a sandwich roast beef or ham and cheese, he doesn't remember from a deli on lower Broadway when he got the call. He ambled his squad car down Merrick Avenue and made a right onto Ocean Avenue. Pulling up ...

    by Bill Jensen on October 26, 1999
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    Tricks or treat

    It can be scary out there. Be careful what you put in your mouth this Halloween. DONOVAN, 19, BRENTWOOD I was coming home from a party and my girlfriend at the time was sitting in front of my house in her car with the lights off she hadn't wanted ...

    by Ellen Burris on October 26, 1999
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    headline

    The Mahavishnu Orchestra The Lost Trident Sessions Columbia Legacy Four groups in the early '70s were responsible for changing the sound of jazz and rock forever. The Headhunters, Weather Report and Return To Forever, each spawned from Miles Da...

    on October 26, 1999
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    Bad manors As a former tenant and tenant-activist, I can tell you that I very much appreciate your occasional pieces on an area of criminality that affects thousands yet goes largely unenforced on Long Island and elsewhere that is, landlord crime...

    on October 26, 1999
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    Letters

    Maple Leaf Rag I am writing on behalf of the Joyce Theater Foundation in response to Christopher Reardon's article, Felix Ruckert's Proposition".The Joyce Board of Trustees is deeply concerned about statements made in the opening paragraph of th...

    on October 26, 1999
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    The Art of Anal Fisting

    "Anal fisting: party trick or real sex act?" A writer once posed this question to me during an interview. I giggled, but he did have a point. Most people think anal fisting is either a gay urban legend or a freakish sexual circus feat. Actually, it c...

    by Tristan Taormino on October 26, 1999
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    The Five Percent Solution - Fraction of Voters to Decide on Rudy's Referendum

    On November 2, every registered voter in New York will have the power to decide whether our mayor will have his way in refashioning the city charterour local constitutionin his image. Just as last week's City Hall Park rally for the home team featu...

    by Andy Humm on October 26, 1999
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    Failing to Get the Lead Out - Should Brooklyn Pol Mike Nelson Keep His Council Seat?

    For a new member of the City Council, Mike Nelson of Brooklyn seems to already have the knack. Campaigning last winter in a special election, Nelson promised voters at a candidate forum that he would oppose any weakening of the laws protecting childr...

    by J.A. Lobbia on October 26, 1999
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