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    And the Winner Is . . . - Prize Fight

    At its 71st annual awards this Sunday, the Academy will offer hours of nail-biting fun, with a trio of WW II epics and a pair of Elizabethan period pieces duking it out. Who gets your Oscar? Dark Age: Let's leave that blank. ...

    by Edmund Lee on March 16, 1999
  • The Holocaust Without Guilt - 5000 UN Soldiers Could Have Ended It

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    The Holocaust Without Guilt - 5000 UN Soldiers Could Have Ended It

    Rwanda has presented the world with the most unambiguous case of genocide since Hitler's war against the Jews, and the world sent blankets, beans and bandages to camps controlled by killers, apparently hoping that everybody would behave nicely in th...

    by Nat Hentoff on March 9, 1999
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    Scout Clout - Girl Power vs. Domestic Violence

    Next week, the Girl Scouts will propose a new merit badge for girls to acquire, one they can earn by learning about domestic violence. Among some of the lessons required: find out where victims can go for help, and how to distinguish between a health...

    by Edmund Lee on March 9, 1999
  • I Believe That Children Are The Future.

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    I Believe That Children Are The Future.

    Erich Bergen (eighth grader; actor; composer; Internet trader; collector; writer) Income: $3400 (part-time, 1998) Health Insurance, Rent, Utilities, Phone, Food, Transportation: covered by mother Erich Bergen has a business or two. "Let's see...

    by Toni Schlesinger on March 9, 1999
  • Dark Star - The Miseducation of Vivienne Westwood

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    Dark Star - The Miseducation of Vivienne Westwood

    Bird-like, watchful, wary, her little head topped by a shock of chickadee- yellow hair, her slender gams tucked into absurdly high heels, British designer Vivienne Westwood perches on a settee in her new Soho store, offers a flinty smile to the repor...

    by Lynn Yaeger on March 9, 1999
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    NY Mirror - What actor was boyfriends until recently with that hotshot director who helped guide him to Oscar?

    Gather 'round the campy fire and treat yourself to some tantalizing truths about the bald-faced liars and bare-assed hookers who compose our marvelous, much maligned mecca. To make things even more fun well, less likely to attract spurious lawsuits...

    by Michael Musto on March 9, 1999
  • Otaku: My Favorite Monica - Obsessive Netizens Lionize Lewinsky

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    Otaku: My Favorite Monica - Obsessive Netizens Lionize Lewinsky

    From his small midwestern home, Keewaydin, webmaster of the Monica WebRing, a consortium of sites devoted to Monica and Monica- related issues, bangs away at his PC, scrolling through text and pictures looking, searching, for a detail that people ma...

    by Edmund Lee on March 9, 1999
  • Monitor Madness! - Flashing, Pulsing Screens Invade New York

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    Monitor Madness! - Flashing, Pulsing Screens Invade New York

    You won't get a bonus chotchke if you buy a Value Meal at Peter Allen Abramson's Burger King franchise on lower Broadway. Instead, you'll get a PIN code and 20 minutes of free Web browsing or the chance to send video e-mail from one of the 20 Interne...

    by Amanda Griscom on March 9, 1999
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    Gatien-Gate - The politics of dancing: what's behind the campaign to close the Limelight

    On a recent bustling Saturday night outside the Limelight, neighborhood activists John Schachter and Bill Dubilier are discussing what effect the most infamous dance club since Studio 54 has been having on the Flatiron district since the disco reop...

    by Frank Owen on March 9, 1999
  • (Micro)soft Money - Gates Gives to the GOP

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    (Micro)soft Money - Gates Gives to the GOP

    Bill Gates's recent friendly, folksy appearance on Martha Stewart Living was one indicator of how born-again Microsoft is re-spinning its greedy corporate image in the wake of antitrust accusations. Even more revealing is the company's new burst of p...

    by Rick Anderson on March 9, 1999
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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
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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
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