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    WELL Done

    On April 5, the day the Web magazine Salon morphed into a network, the media had lots of stories to pursue. First, Salon introduced a new URL (www.salon.com), a new site design, new editorial content, and a new ad campaign. Then, two days later, Salo...

    by Cynthia Cotts on April 13, 1999
  • No Exit - Feds break out the hired guns to nab student-loan jumpers

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    No Exit - Feds break out the hired guns to nab student-loan jumpers

    When it comes to federally subsidized student loans, the saying that we pay for the sins of those who have gone before us certainly hits the mark. For years, many grads readily blew off installments that they couldn't or wouldn't make while the gov...

    by Deirdre Hussey on April 13, 1999
  • Estrangedland - Turning glacial galleries into comfort zones

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    Estrangedland - Turning glacial galleries into comfort zones

    En route to the Pacific and eager to devise a guns-for-horses trade needed to complete his journey, Meriwether Lewis the ill-fated prospecting partner of William Clark mastered just one Shoshone phrase with which to greet the tribe should he stumbl...

    by Tim Gilman-Sevcik on April 13, 1999
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    Sound Factory - Charting Musical Dreams

    A generation ago, teens with headlining hopes dreamed of riffing with guitar god Jimi Hendrix. Soon, though, reveries gave way to reality and, as careers and family took center stage, music became a spectator sport. But, for baby boomers with visio...

    by Tina Whelski on April 13, 1999
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    Education Listings

    academics | computers | cooking | dance | drama | fashion | film | finance | international study | language | music | nature | photography | religion and spirituality | visual arts | writing academics Focusing on a wide variety of ecologi...

    on April 13, 1999
  • Mayor Pander - 'Single-Standard' Rudy Bows to Baseball Bigwigs and Staten Islanders

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    Mayor Pander - 'Single-Standard' Rudy Bows to Baseball Bigwigs and Staten Islanders

    Tickets went on sale re- cently for the June opening day of the Staten Island Yankees and, strange as it sounds, the publicly financed launch of New York's third professional baseball team illustrates just how wrongly Rudy Giuliani has handled Amado...

    by Wayne Barrett on April 13, 1999
  • Who Got Game? - The WNBA and ABL Continue To Battle

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    Who Got Game? - The WNBA and ABL Continue To Battle

    It wasn't supposed to come to this. Just two years ago, the U.S. had two professional women's basketball leagues: the WNBA and the ABL. It was a heady time. Two pro leagues; decades of hard work paying off. It meant players like Bridgette Gordon an...

    by Joanna Cagan on April 13, 1999
  • Paying Disorders - Insurers Shortchange Bulimics and Anorexics

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    Paying Disorders - Insurers Shortchange Bulimics and Anorexics

    Eating disorders are tenacious. In its secretive, compelling way, bulimia can hang on undetected for years. Its sufferers overwhelmingly women binge and purge in private. Even after they seek help and improve, bulimics frequently relapse. Anorexia ...

    by Sharon Lerner on April 13, 1999
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    Loisaida Martyr - The Mysterious Death of Armando Perez

    More than 250 people packed the pews of Our Lady of Sorrow Church on Pitt and Stanton streets this Monday to mourn Armando Perez, a leader of CHARAS/El Bohio, the embattled Lower East Side community center. But there was no closure, for the circumsta...

    by Sarah Ferguson on April 13, 1999
  • I'm More Wired Than You! - Gadgetry Is Not Just an Obsession— It's a Way of Life

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    I'm More Wired Than You! - Gadgetry Is Not Just an Obsession It's a Way of Life

    Seth Goldstein drops down into the sleek black office chair behind his Ikea-inspired desk. Little chunks of plastic are strewn all over the tabletop, thin wires snaking around each object. It looks like a child's unkempt pile of toys, but in a more p...

    by Edmund Lee on April 13, 1999
  • Paper Trail - The Cat-and-Mouse of the Game of Online Plagiarism

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    Paper Trail - The Cat-and-Mouse of the Game of Online Plagiarism

    "I am an Evil House of Cheat subscriber. Ever since I've had access to your service my grade in English 102 has gone from an 'F' to a 'B.' I use the cheathouse for other classes too, like Philosophy and history. Thank you for saving my butt A happy ...

    by Nita Rao on April 13, 1999
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    Return To Ground Zero - Million Youth March Organizer Announces Plans For Rally This Year

    Amid growing fears that he is headed for another tense showdown with the city, Million Youth March organizer Khallid Abdul Muhammad vows that this year's rally will be held on August 14, with a defiant parade through Harlem. "There will be no limi...

    by Peter Noel on April 13, 1999
  • New York's Kosovo Kingpin - Outspoken Ex­Westchester Congressman Heads U.S. Ethnic Albanian Lobby

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    New York's Kosovo Kingpin - Outspoken ExWestchester Congressman Heads U.S. Ethnic Albanian Lobby

    Washington, D.C. Though he hasn't been on the floor of the House of Representatives since he left in 1988, Joseph DioGuardi, Republican of Westchester and president of the Albanian American Civic League, is fully into an erudite rant that, were he s...

    by Jason Vest on April 13, 1999
  • Clash of the Titans - Mr. Blass and Mr. Beene

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    Clash of the Titans - Mr. Blass and Mr. Beene

    The cell phones are snug in their quilted patent-leather Chanel holsters, an acre of knobby knees are crossed in anticipation, 100 tiny liposuctioned behinds perch upon ivory-cushioned chairs on the second floor of Le Cirque 2000: it's time for the B...

    by Lynn Yaeger on April 13, 1999
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    Exposing the Voucher Spin - Public Money Is for Public Schools

    Neither the state nor any subdivision shall use... any public money... directly or indirectly, in aid or maintenance... of any school or institution of learning wholly or in part under the control or direction of any religious denomination, or in wh...

    by Nat Hentoff on April 13, 1999
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    Art of Noise - Beta-Testing the Line Between Body and Machine

    A dancer lifts her leg and an electronic symphony pours out. At a certain point, the floor sings with every footstep. Later, the audience wanders through a Coney Islandesque installation replete with video games and shooting galleries while a conduc...

    by Austin Bunn on April 6, 1999
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    The Alienist - Artist Brings UFO Abduction Home To New York

    Budd Hopkins keeps a scrapbook of scars close-up photographs of lashes, wales, and scabs that people can't explain. He flips through the images and points to an indentation the size of a teaspoon on a woman's upper arm. "These are scoop marks," he s...

    by Austin Bunn on April 6, 1999
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    Giuliani vs. Thomas Jefferson - God Will Be the Curriculum

    I contemplate with solemn reverence that act of the whole American people [the Establishment Clause in the Constitution] which declared that there shall be a wall of separation between church and state. Thomas Jefferson in a letter to the Danbur...

    by Nat Hentoff on April 6, 1999
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    Burning Issues - Kosovo Crisis

    NATO bombs Yugoslavia, President Milosevic eviscerates Kosovo, there's a mass Albanian exodus, and Russia protests Western military action. Confused? John Stevens Age: 32 Resides: New Jersey Occupation: Waste management ...

    by Edmund Lee on April 6, 1999
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    Letters

    Blown Away Last week's cover ["Diallo: The City Will Never Be the Same"] was chilling, and perfectly complemented your special section on the Amadou Diallo killing. At first, all I noticed was the blood and bullet holes. Then, while count...

    on April 6, 1999
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