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  • True Confessions - The 44th Annual Obie Awards

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    True Confessions - The 44th Annual Obie Awards

    Inside Webster Hall a mystery lurked. The suspects offered fuzzy alibis, flimsy excuses, changing stories. Still the question burned: why exactly were Paul Rudnick and Lea Delaria hosting the 44th annual Village Voice Obie Awards? DeLaria, a slick ...

    by Alexis Soloski on May 18, 1999
  • War Crimes as Spectator Sport - Birth Defects and Leukemia Ahead

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    War Crimes as Spectator Sport - Birth Defects and Leukemia Ahead

    Refugees are now providing accounts of "throat cutting, cutting out eyes, cutting off breasts, nose, fingers, hands and/or feet, slicing of body parts, and carving of Serb nationalistic marks on the chest, forehead, or other parts of the body." Or...

    by Nat Hentoff on May 11, 1999
  • Bikini Kill - Technology Begins at the Roots

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    Bikini Kill - Technology Begins at the Roots

    Imagine a life this sad and lonely: Every day, people conspire to get rid of you. They stare contemptuously, plotting your demise. Will you be cut? Burned? Shot with a laser until you are incinerated in a sulfuric cloud of dust? You are excessive, un...

    by David Kushner on May 11, 1999
  • Smugglers’ Notch - Porn Password Pirates Seek Hidden Booty

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    Smugglers Notch - Porn Password Pirates Seek Hidden Booty

    Back in the old days, a kid had to work to get porn. Legions of fat, lonely stamp collectors would pedal miles on Huffy dirt bikes to buy used copies of Juggs at the flea market. Porn was contraband, the ultimate stash. It would be squeezed under mat...

    by David Kushner on May 11, 1999
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    The Force Is With Us. Everywhere.

    Reviews of The Phantom Menace hit the Net last week, after some fans managed to get into a special screening. Ain't-it-cool-news.com was one of the first sites to post fan reviews of the film, which ran from ecstatic ("superb as a story [and] as a fi...

    by Edmund Lee on May 11, 1999
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    For Future Reference

    Some books make good books. The Catcher in the Rye makes a good book, the familiar, dog-eared, maroon-and-yellow paperback that's sat on everyone's shelf since the ninth grade. Likewise the Bible, the Torah, and hell, the unwieldy but lovable Infinit...

    by Jeff Howe on May 11, 1999
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    NY Mirror - Notes from an opening: 'Manhandled by security guard. Kept running into whiny B-list types or maybe that was a mirror.'

    As Lily Tomlin puts it in the press kit, Tea With Mussolini stars "some of the best English actresses today and Cher." Actually, Ms. Sarkisian LaPierre Bono, etc., tries her moxiest to brighten the proceedings as a gold-digging art collector who neve...

    by Michael Musto on May 11, 1999
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    Chasing Amy - Lolita Complex

    Perhaps the most controversial event surrounding Amy Fisher's release from prison is Mary Jo Buttafuoco's public forgiveness. How magnanimous are you? Allen Beasley Age: 39 Resides: Jersey City, New Jersey Occupation: Co...

    by Edmund Lee on May 11, 1999
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    Letters

    Crappy Birthday Richard Goldstein, in "The 'Faggot' Factor" [May 11], wrote, "Take a kid who's seething with insecurity, bait him on a regular basis, and you've given him a good reason to celebrate Hitler's birthday." I think not. Take an incred...

    on May 11, 1999
  • School Clothes - Photos by Nina Roberts

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    School Clothes - Photos by Nina Roberts

    The Parsons Fashion Critics Awards Benefit late last month honored both Stanley Marcus, the 94-year-old chairman emeritus of the Neiman Marcus empire, and the graduating class of Parsons, whose fondest collective dream is to land a design in the loc...

    by Lynn Yaeger on May 11, 1999
  • 'This Building Is a Weapon' - Scalded Skin, Poisoned Blood, and Broken Bones in Harlem

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    'This Building Is a Weapon' - Scalded Skin, Poisoned Blood, and Broken Bones in Harlem

    Three months ago, 10-year-old Sean Daniels narrowly escaped from Harlem, wounded but still alive. It wasn't a gang or random bullets that threatened the fourth-grader's life, but a building, the 52-unit apartment house at 140th Street and Lenox Avenu...

    by J.A. Lobbia on May 11, 1999
  • A Woman's Work - How HIV Caught Fire in South Africa: Part Two

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    A Woman's Work - How HIV Caught Fire in South Africa: Part Two

    Hlabisa, South Africa Handsome, soft-spoken Bongani is one of 3.6 million people infected with HIV in South Africa, which has one of the world's fastest-growing AIDS epidemics. As a gold miner working 300 miles from his rural home, he is also part o...

    by Mark Schoofs on May 11, 1999
  • So Shad - A Great Hudson River Fishery Faces Its End

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    So Shad - A Great Hudson River Fishery Faces Its End

    When Christopher Letts was getting ready to host an $85-per-person gourmet shad bake at Prince Street's Savoy restaurant two weeks ago, he had a problem: where to get the fish. Ron Ingold, whose family had harvested shad near the George Washington Br...

    by Karen Cook on May 11, 1999
  • Queers in Space - DUMBA Takes Off

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    Queers in Space - DUMBA Takes Off

    Feeling blah? Tired of Patriarchal Systems of Domination? Oppressive and Culturally Hegemonic imagery of dykes and queers as people with either steroid-enhanced gym tits or second date U-Hauls? Feeling locked up in a Commodified and Marginalized "lif...

    by Guy Trebay on May 11, 1999
  • Through the Peephole - Paul Cadmus Sings the Body Electric and Otherwise

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    Through the Peephole - Paul Cadmus Sings the Body Electric and Otherwise

    In 1919, a 15-year-old boy from the Upper West Side trekked to the National Academy of Design. The boy's parents had studied at the academy 20 years earlier, and they were determined that their children would, too. They had moved as close to the scho...

    by Richard Goldstein on May 11, 1999
  • The Force Will Always Be with Us - How 'Star Wars' Supplanted Religion, Mutated the Species, and Changed the Movies

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    The Force Will Always Be with Us - How 'Star Wars' Supplanted Religion, Mutated the Species, and Changed the Movies

    Leave it to George Lucas to schedule the millennium to promote his new movie. For millions, the second coming of Star Wars is a cosmic event of equal historical significance. Opening (as if you didn't know) next Wednesday at 2500-plus North America...

    by J. Hoberman on May 11, 1999
  • Tragedy of Errors - How Bureaucracy May Have Helped Starve Tyler Walrond

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    Tragedy of Errors - How Bureaucracy May Have Helped Starve Tyler Walrond

    By now most of us are familiar with Tyler Walrond, the two-month-old who starved to death when his mother's efforts to breast-feed him proved insufficient. Tyler's mother, Tabitha, is standing trial for second-degree manslaughter in the Bronx, where...

    by Sharon Lerner on May 11, 1999
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    The Crew Stew - Giuliani Torments His Old School Buddy To Insulate Himself

    There was a moment during last Monday's fateful City Hall showdown between the two Rudys when the chancellor, engulfed by his own and the mayor's aides, asked for some private time with his onetime cigar-chomping, back-slapping friend. Giuliani, who ...

    by Wayne Barrett on May 11, 1999
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    The Real Rambouillet

    Press Clips was not going to write about Kosovo this week. However, the sight of State Department spinmeister Jamie Rubin defiling the atmosphere of a Washington restaurant by sucking cigarettes and blabbering on his cell phone while we were recoveri...

    by Jason Vest on May 11, 1999
  • Dark City

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    Dark City

    BasementFirst Floor Apartment in Row House Location: Park Slope Rent: $1575 (market) Square Feet: 1200 Occupants: Jason Vernon (accounting cashier, Carlyle Hotel); Yeshwant Kulasekaran (chemistry teacher, Packer Collegiate Institute, Brook...

    by Toni Schlesinger on May 11, 1999
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