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  • Repro Man - Did a Park Avenue doc defraud insurers by playing Robin Hood to infertility patients?

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    Repro Man - Did a Park Avenue doc defraud insurers by playing Robin Hood to infertility patients?

    Niels Lauersen tends to the gynecological needs of the rich and famous. He has a swank private practice on Park Avenue, a Park Avenue apartment, and a Brooklyn townhouse. Lauersen also dates singer, socialite, and Clinton fundraiser Denise Rich (who...

    by Sharon Lerner on December 1, 1998
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    Letters

    Wacked Although I loved "The 1998 Wacko Awards" [November 24], one landed flat. William Bastone's inclusion of Norman Rosenbaum, brother of Crown Heights murder victim Yankel Rosenbaum, was truly off the mark. If anyone deserves a Wacko in this reg...

    on December 1, 1998
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    Urban Outfit - One-Bedroom Duplex Co-Op

    Location: Park Slope, Brooklyn Rent: $1200 Square Feet: 750 Occupant: Josh Max (singer-songwriter, Josh Max's Outfit; owner, Rosecolored Painting) Julie James (singer, Josh Max's Outfit; office manager, ATEC Digital Arts) So Josh, your life p...

    by Toni Schlesinger on November 24, 1998
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    Nolita Complex - Photos by Nina Roberts

    The storefronts along Mulberry, Elizabeth, and Mott, having spent the last century contentedly selling pecorino cheese and pork chops, sausages and souvenirs, were taken aback when the purveyors of chic merchandise began ogling their timeworn fa...

    by Lynn Yaeger on November 24, 1998
  • Everybody Pays the Fool - King Doofus Adam Sandler Hits the Jackpot

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    Everybody Pays the Fool - King Doofus Adam Sandler Hits the Jackpot

    In 1995's Billy Madison, he won the hearts and minds of people whose lives revolve around keg parties. The following year, he wooed the Nickelodeon crowd with Happy Gilmore. Now his latest vehicle about a mentally challenged Cajun waterboy and th...

    by Peter Braunstein on November 24, 1998
  • Crashing the Messengers - When the dirtiest part of child porn is politics

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    Crashing the Messengers - When the dirtiest part of child porn is politics

    Back in September, an undercover cop, fronting as a student named "John," sent a concerned e-mail to two Internet service providers (ISPs) in upstate New York. While doing research for a "course," John had retrieved postings from a public newsgroup ...

    by Austin Bunn on November 24, 1998
  • Drool Britannia - Rupert Murdoch caught in love nest!

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    Drool Britannia - Rupert Murdoch caught in love nest!

    As British sex scandals go, last week's serial outing of three ministers in Tony Blair's cabinet pales before the great sleaze fests of recent Anglo history. It lacks the fur-draped drama of the Christine Keeler/John Profumo affair, which nearly topp...

    by Richard Goldstein on November 24, 1998
  • Out of Network - The health issues behind the ABC lockout

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    Out of Network - The health issues behind the ABC lockout

    The 2400 ABC television technical workers who were locked out of their jobs after striking over health benefits two weeks ago have lots of support from the news-making crowd. Peter Jennings sends coffee and doughnuts out to the West 66th Street picke...

    by Sharon Lerner on November 24, 1998
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    Letters

    D'Amato Paste After 18 years of relentlessly and courageously chronicling the malfeasances of Al D'Amato, you leave us with William Bastone's entertaining but rather shallow snapshot ["Sealed With a Kiss," November 17] and Wayne Barrett's bland scor...

    on November 24, 1998
  • Soul on Ice - Kwame Ture's last freedom ride

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    Soul on Ice - Kwame Ture's last freedom ride

    Ten days before he died, Kwame Ture, the thundermouth '60s black power advocate, repeated accusations that for 32 years "U.S. imperialism [had been] seriously planning to assassinate" him and may have succeeded "this time [with] an FBI-induced cancer...

    by Peter Noel on November 24, 1998
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    Un-Covering Livingston

    Whatever visceral joy Press Clips took in watching last week's postelection punditry meltdown has, alas, been replaced by a great sense of disappointment in working political reporters or, at least, those who have been charged with the mission of be...

    by Jason Vest on November 24, 1998
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    Nation - ''I didn't I swear I didn't get into politics to feather my nest or feather my friends' nests. . . .'' Texas Governor George W. Bush

    Boy George Dad's Aides, Past Deals Haunt Texas Governor Capitol Hill scouts for Texas governor George W. Bush are fending off tired retainers from his father's administration in the wake of young George's emergence as Republican presidential front-...

    by James Ridgeway on November 24, 1998
  • 'Barbwire - Postcards from the edge of NASCAR's infield

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    'Barbwire - Postcards from the edge of NASCAR's infield

    It's a long haul from Thunder Road to Speedway Boulevard in Charlotte, North Carolina. You can't measure it in miles The old moonshine runners, who, legend has it, took their daredevil driving skills into stock car racing to make some legitimate mon...

    by Michael Swindle on November 24, 1998
  • Slap Happy - Two Photographers Document the S/M Life

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    Slap Happy - Two Photographers Document the S/M Life

    They came to the work from divergent places. He was a young Jewish gay man from Milwaukee who grew up fantasizing over the elaborate tortures he found in picture books on the Christian martyrs. She was a young receptionist who married the producer of...

    by Guy Trebay on November 24, 1998
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    Red Holzman, 19201998

    In the school yards and rec centers of New York circa the 1970s, the voice of Marv Albert imitators filled the air. "Frazier brings it up the left side. Over to DeBusschere. Down low to Reed. Reed kicks it to the top of the key to Monroe. In the corn...

    on November 24, 1998
  • Ready, Willing, and ABL - The women's pro league looks to fill the B-ball void

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    Ready, Willing, and ABL - The women's pro league looks to fill the B-ball void

    Ken Rudnick counted himself a convert on Wednesday night as he cheered on the Philadelphia Rage in their 83-70 rout of the Colorado Xplosion at Temple University's Apollo Arena. A 76ers season-ticket holder, Rudnick was feeling deprived as the NBA lo...

    by Alisa Solomon on November 24, 1998
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    Striking Out - Rotten to the Corp

    Last week the sports world was rocked again. This time hard as it is to believe the capo di tutti capi of the Mets was accused of not keeping his bat and balls in his bullpen. Shocking! The alleged offender, Mets General Manager Steve Phillips, a...

    by Linda Stasi on November 24, 1998
  • The 1998 Wacko Awards

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    The 1998 Wacko Awards

    Launched almost 20 years ago, the Wacko Awards are presented on a periodic basis to a wide array of nincompoops, boodlers, putzheads, and other undesirables. Just about everyone who is anyone in New York government and politics has a Wacko on their m...

    by William Bastone and Wayne Barrett on November 24, 1998
  • The War Against Gays and Lesbians - 'The Attacks Were the Most Brutal I Encountered'

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    The War Against Gays and Lesbians - 'The Attacks Were the Most Brutal I Encountered'

    There was a frisson of horror among some so-called straights after the murder of Matthew Shepard, but I doubt if that stark act of homophobia is any longer in the forefront for many of those people. I further doubt that the true depth and extent of...

    by Nat Hentoff on November 24, 1998
  • Nannypacks - Public issues stay private as Park Slope parents plumb underclass

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    Nannypacks - Public issues stay private as Park Slope parents plumb underclass

    "Need a great babysitter? Our wonderful babysitter, Betty*, is available for full- or part-time work. . . . She has been with us for three years and has become an indispensable part of our family. . . . " The flyers are everywhere in Park Slope an...

    by Karen Houppert on November 24, 1998
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