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  • Three Amigos - Batting around the Mets' horn of plenty

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    Three Amigos - Batting around the Mets' horn of plenty

    "Beisbol been berry, berry good to me." --Garrett Morris as "Chico Escuela,"Saturday Night Live, late '70s "Beisbol been berry, berry good to me." --Sammy Sosa, clowning with Mark McGwire on recent (scripted?) Fox Sports interview and at Sunda...

    by John Stravinsky on September 29, 1998
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    Party Faithfuls - photos by Nina Roberts

    The fall social season came blazingly to life earlier this month, when that venerable dowager, Saks Fifth Avenue, gussied up her staid interior with Union Jacks and transgendered constables and hosted a "British Invasion" extravaganza. Fashion ...

    by Lynn Yaeger on September 29, 1998
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    Letters

    Khalling All Cars Re your coverage of the Million Youth March: I was disheartened by the excessive show of force by the New York Police Department. It was unnecessary and disrespectful to the youth who came together in search of guidance. While K...

    on September 29, 1998
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    Born-Again Prez - Religious Fervor

    Clinton has gathered a small circle of religious leaders to help him conquer his sinning ways. Can the power of prayer save the president? Erika Johnson Age: 18 Resides:...

    by Edmund Lee on September 29, 1998
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    NY Mirror - ''When the press release for Stupid Kids likened the play to Dawson's Creek, there I was in the front row, ready to applaud the acne.''

    A return visit to the East Village drag bote Lucky Cheng's unearthed an alterna-theme restaurant for those vividly functional families who want to celebrate birthdays with trannies in their laps. It's the Giuliani dream gone awry in the cutest way ...

    by Michael Musto on September 22, 1998
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    Paranoia Runs Deep - Conspiracy theories have seeped into the heart of the American public

    WASHINGTON Conspiracy theories have become a way of life in America, no longer limited to paranoid crazies on the political fringe. Today they are promoted by mainstream news outlets, political figures, and prominent individuals. As soon as Bill Cl...

    by James Ridgeway on September 22, 1998
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    Faire Game - Photos by Nina Roberts

    Did jousters chow down on gyros and courtly maidens quaff cappuccini? Had Friar Tuck a Web site? No matter. The 21st annual New York Renaissance Faire, held recently in the quaint shire of Tuxedo, New York, may have a rather fanciful relationship ...

    by Lynn Yaeger on September 22, 1998
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    Letters

    New Year's Steve PETER BRAUNSTEIN nailed MTV's laziness covering the premiere of 54 and J. Hoberman was right about the screenplay's oversight of the preppie regulars [''Safety Dance''; ''Behind the Music,'' September 8]. Anyway, contrary to what...

    on September 22, 1998
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    No News Please, Were American

    Last week, the United Nations released its annual human-development report, bundling the stat-heavy document with an introduction by John Kenneth Galbraith. It received no notice in The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, or on CNN. So...

    by Andrew Hsiao on September 22, 1998
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    A Brief History of Outrage - The 51 (or So) Greatest Avant-Garde Moments

    This has been the summer of the Hundred Greateststhose lists of books and films intended to goad consumers into asking the question, "Citizen Kane? Is that out on DVD?" Admittedly, the lists are fun to ridicule, since all but your own are so obvious...

    by C. Carr on September 22, 1998
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    Out of Uniform - The Board of Education's ballyhooed school dress code may not be so smart

    At P.S.191 in Manhattan, a class of nine-year-olds prepared to leave the lunchroom, forming a double-file line running the length of the school's central corridor. "All eyes are on the head in front of you," barked their teacher. "Hands at your side,...

    by Sam Bruchey on September 22, 1998
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    Rally To Save CHARAS - Buyer of Loisaida Community Center still a mystery

    Eight weeks after the city auctioned the CHARAS/El Bohio building, the Giuliani administration continues to stonewall demands that it identify the purchaser of the Latino-run community center on 605 East 9th Street, which has housed dozens of arts an...

    by Sarah Ferguson on September 22, 1998
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    Clinton's Sex Scandal - Everybill The G.O.P.'s failed morality play

    Like the Christian morality plays of the late Middle Ages, the quasi-improvised piece of Republican dramatic literature currently being performed at interminable length in Washington is meant to educate the illiterate mob while it entertains. In the ...

    by Michael Feingold on September 22, 1998
  • Monica's World - Compiled by Lynn Yaeger

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    Monica's World - Compiled by Lynn Yaeger

    She came to Washington in the summer of 1995, like so many before her, to assume a coveted position at a powerful government institution. Here, in her own words, a young intern describes her tumultuous, ultimately doomed affair with her boss, a high...

    on September 22, 1998
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    Clinton's Sex Scandal: The Images

    Artwork from this week's Village Voice: cover image by David O'Keefe click here to enlarge "Clinchie and His Gal Monica" by Ward Sutton Hillary Clinton illustration by PJ Loughran Kenneth Starr illustration by Patric...

    on September 22, 1998
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    Naughty Bits - Compiled by Lynn Yaeger

    November 15, 1995 "He put his hand down my pants and stimulated me manually in the genital area." ...She performed oral sex on him. He finished his call, and, a moment later, told [her] to top... "I told him that I wanted... to complete that. And ...

    on September 22, 1998
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    Re: Bourne - British choreographer brings boy birds to Broadway

    The Adventures in Motion Pictures production of Swan Lake--in which men dance the bird roles and a troubled prince throws over his girlfriend for a male swan--premiered in London in 1996. It reaches New York next Saturday, playing previews at the Nei...

    by David Finkle on September 22, 1998
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    Ex-Louima Lawyers Lien on 'Dream Team' - Challenge Cochran camp on fees

    The three black attorneys who trumpeted Abner Louima's cry of police brutality in the aftermath of the attack on him in Brooklyn's 70th Precinct last year have filed a lien against the potential millions the Haitian immigrant might receive from a set...

    by Peter Noel on September 22, 1998
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    Duckie Worth

    Phil Hyland and Robin Cryer (singer-songwriters); Hallie Rose Steiner (age eight) Income: $20,000 (last year) Health Insurance: adults, none; child, covered by Cryer's ex-husband Rent: $400/mo. Utilities: $50/mo. Phone: $150/mo. Food: 500/mo. ...

    by Toni Schlesinger on September 22, 1998
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    Make Gender Not Love - The Joylessness of Sex

    Aldous Huxley could have written it. Maybe he did. While the whole world was obsessing about the president's recreational sex, science was happily announcing that it had forever taken the guessworknot to mention the funout of procreational sex. Tha...

    by Linda Stasi on September 22, 1998
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