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    Machine Age

    Public Bus: Back in the day, the relationship between hackers and Trojans was restricted to those (rare?) occasions when the former required the prophylactic properties of the latter. But my, how times change, and now a Trojan application (so called ...

    on March 9, 1999
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    Bad Blood - FDA Catches Brookdale Hospital in transfusion confusion

    A Brooklyn hospital mistakenly allowed hepatitis-tainted blood to be transfused to two of its patients, according to the results of a 1998 Food and Drug Administration investigation. Both patients subsequently died, but the hospital contends the deat...

    by William Bastone on March 9, 1999
  • State of the Unification - The Heavyweight Championship is in crisis

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    State of the Unification - The Heavyweight Championship is in crisis

    Announced amid fireworks last November at the Garden, Saturday's Holyfield-Lewis fight is a match between an overachiever and an underachiever: the prayerful three-time champion Evander Holyfield has been underestimated throughout his righteous caree...

    by Nathan Ward on March 9, 1999
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    Your Name Here

    First George Steinbrenner takes $95 million from Adidas for the right to slap their three-stripe logo on the Yankee Stadium bullpen awnings, pedestrian ramps, and Don Zimmer's bald pate. Now, according to team berflack Howard Rubinstein, the Boss is...

    on March 9, 1999
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    Elective Collective - The plastic surgery industry launches a new magazine

    Finally, a magazine all about plastic surgery! The relief is almost palpable in the west Chelsea art gallery filled with shapely, symmetrical women, the doctors who made them that way and, of course, the publicists, who seem more plentiful at Form &...

    by Sharon Lerner on March 9, 1999
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    Letters

    The 800 Club I was fascinated by Robert Davey's article, "Scattered Clues: New Shadows Darken the TWA Flight 800 Probe" [March 2]. I've worked in the aerospace industry for 20 years, designing radar and other airborne equipment. I know that, due to...

    on March 9, 1999
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    Harlem For Whom? - The City says its housing plan will renovate Harlem. Tenants fear it will remove them.

    Tiered sconces light the pale sage walls and faux-marble floor of the corridor of 228 West 140th Street, where, in 1997, 42-year-old Denise Tuzo moved into a newly renovated apartment. Less than five years ago, the building had been a roofless shell,...

    by J.A. Lobbia on March 9, 1999
  • Nation

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    Nation

    Hillary's Back in the News Junior League Sell Your Spare Parts? Poison Politics New(t) Campaign Loophole Kids Do the Darndest Things Hillary's Back in the News Latest White House Snow Job? Sunday's announcement that First Lady and pu...

    by James Ridgeway on March 9, 1999
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    Talked Up

    Cond Nast has declared war on us!" At least that was the word last week from an insider at Tina Brown's new magazine, Talk, which is scheduled to debut in August. Brown's editors have spent the winter scouring Cond Nast magazines, The New York Time...

    by Cynthia Cotts on March 9, 1999
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    Legend in the Gray Flannel Suit - Joseph Paul Dimaggio, 1914-1999

    Our kids will tell their kids his name, Joltin' Joe DiMaggio. Joe DiMaggio was a living legend longer than any other American athlete. Date the start of his story from the mid to late '30s, when he was a symbol of Yankee invincibility more potent t...

    by Allen Barra on March 9, 1999
  • Phallus in Wonderland - Private Dicks Bares It All

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    Phallus in Wonderland - Private Dicks Bares It All

    The guy with the foot-long penis is introducing himself to the fellow who's gone on record as calling the human phallus a heinous device. "I'm the 13-and-a-half-inch guy," says actor Jonah Falcon. "I wouldn't have recognized you if you didn't tell ...

    by Guy Trebay on March 9, 1999
  • The Nose Knows - The Bombing of the Al Shifa Pharmaceutical Plant in Sudan is one of Clinton's lamest liesó  but who cares?

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    The Nose Knows - The Bombing of the Al Shifa Pharmaceutical Plant in Sudan is one of Clinton's lamest lies but who cares?

    Despite all the bilge that's gushed through institutional Washington over the past year about the importance of "honesty" and "accountability" vis--vis the dishonorable, immoral Mr. Clinton homilies to the importance of telling the truth, rebukes f...

    by Jason Vest on March 9, 1999
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    NYPD White - Audit Finds Giuliani's Racial Hiring Record Is Not Ready for Prime Time

    It took Mayor Rudy Giuliani a full three weeks after the killing of Amadou Diallo to propose any reforms of the New York Police Department. But Giuliani's major new proposal, an "army-style" initiative to recruit minorities for a department that is 6...

    by Nicole White on March 9, 1999
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    It Takes a Woman - Amadou's mother's plea to Hillary

    In a move aimed at encouraging white celebrities to voice outrage over the police killing of her son, the mother of Amadou Diallo is seeking to arrange a meeting between her family and U.S. Senate hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton. The disclosure come...

    by Peter Noel on March 9, 1999
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    You Booze, You Lose - Car Wars

    Rudy's latest campaign took to the streets last week when cops began enforcing the country's toughest anti-DWI measure: drive drunk, lose your car. Taxi, anyone? Ricc Shaeridan Age: 29 Resides: Chelsea Occupation: Musici...

    by Edmund Lee on March 2, 1999
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    NY Mirror - Instead of Not About Nightingales, the Tennessee Williams play should really be called Is About Three Hours.

    The most anxiety-making theater development of recent years is that the dailies seem to rave uncontrollably about any half-assed show with a gay subject. Flounce some homosexuals across a stage, add the obligatory "My boyfriend is valiantly fighting ...

    by Michael Musto on March 2, 1999
  • Just Visiting This Planet - Tseng Kwong Chi Was Everyman in a Mao Suit

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    Just Visiting This Planet - Tseng Kwong Chi Was Everyman in a Mao Suit

    Tseng Kwong Chi's work looks more at home in the '90s a decade he barely lived to see than it did in the '80s East Village, a scene he both worked and played in to memorable effect. Tseng was best known for his ironic, iconic self-portraits, in whi...

    by C. Carr on March 2, 1999
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    Letters

    Swimmin's Lib Articles like Joanna Cagan's "The Second Sex and SI: Women Models Win Out Over Women Writers" [February 23] pop up every couple of years, and make the same mistakes every time. It must seem like an easy example of gender wrongdoing t...

    on March 2, 1999
  • Signing Bonus - Studio In Limited-Profit Co-Op High-Rise

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    Signing Bonus - Studio In Limited-Profit Co-Op High-Rise

    Location: Brooklyn Heights (Cadman Plaza) Price: $14,000 ($334 monthly carrying charges) Square Feet: 550 Occupant: Brett Littman (assistant director, UrbanGlass) This is our 10th interview. During the other nine you thought you lived in a Mitc...

    by Toni Schlesinger on March 2, 1999
  • Mobile Homeless - For many of New York City's dispossessed, the safest place is on wheels.

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    Mobile Homeless - For many of New York City's dispossessed, the safest place is on wheels.

    "The numbers are back up," says Mary Brosnahan, director of the Coalition for the Homeless, about the recent increase in the street population. Riot police and bulldozers took care of the shantytowns so visible earlier in the decade, though Brosnahan...

    by Margaret Morton on March 2, 1999
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