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  • Art of Resistance - William Kentridge Animates the Soul of South Africa

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    Art of Resistance - William Kentridge Animates the Soul of South Africa

    Soho Eckstein has been through a lot in the past decade. It was bad enough that the greedy industrialist had to witness the fall of the apartheid regime, but on top of that, his wife left him for an artist named Felix Teitlebaum and a mysterious medi...

    by Barbara Pollack on May 29, 2001
  • God Save the Teens - Local Kids Seek a New Kind of Church Through Hardcore and Hip-Hop

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    God Save the Teens - Local Kids Seek a New Kind of Church Through Hardcore and Hip-Hop

    Jay Bakker, prodigal son of Jim and Tammy Faye, has a call on the other line. It's his tattoo artist, phoning to talk to him about freshening up one of his carefully inked arms. Bakker's oft photographed snarl through his lip pierce has rendered him ...

    by Lauren Sandler on May 29, 2001
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    Jazz - In Search of a Cool-Blue Note

    CHARLIE PARKER JAZZ FESTIVAL Various venues, 670-0276, www.nyc.gov/parks, free August 25 Marcus Garvey Park: Bebop saxophone heaven with Gary Bartz, Charles McPherson, Houston Person (with Etta Jones), and a rare chance to hear Barry Harris lead a...

    on May 29, 2001
  • Open City - Parades, Beaches, Festivals: What's Out There

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    Open City - Parades, Beaches, Festivals: What's Out There

    CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! Prospect Park Bandshell, 9th Street and Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, 718-855-7882, ext. 45, www.celebratebrooklyn.org, $3 suggested donation July 26 & August 9 The Moth: The innovative storytelling collective opens for film sc...

    on May 29, 2001
  • Death Grip - How the NYPD Explains the Senseless Killing of an Unarmed Black Man

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    Death Grip - How the NYPD Explains the Senseless Killing of an Unarmed Black Man

    [W]ith my left hand, I grabbed his hair to try to get him out from under the car. I pulled, he pulled back. I pulled him again. I got him out of the car . . . up to his shoulders. He pulled back again the third time; that's when I grabbed him with m...

    by Peter Noel on May 29, 2001
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    Where Justice Resides - Is an East Harlem Courthouse a Help or a Hindrance?

    The Harlem Court House on East 121st Street is nothing short of impressive, with its powerful granite base, octagonal clock tower, ornate spiral staircase, and leather-covered oak doors. The ambience of the 1893 building, which houses a cellblock tha...

    by J.A. Lobbia on May 29, 2001
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    Letters

    The Voice's May 15 cover article, "AA Unmasked," prompted an unusual amount of reader mail. Following are some of the more than 300 letters received. As in the the article by M.T., most are signed either with initials or first names and initials to p...

    on May 29, 2001
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    Jerseys Swamp Goblin

    With the glory of Lord Stanley's mighty chalice now within spitting distance for this season's NHL elite, the time for retribution by roundhouse has long since passed. The modern-day version of playoff hockey doesn't include bare-knuckled Pier 6ers a...

    by Mike Beaver on May 29, 2001
  • Beast of the East - How Will the Liberty Handle Being the Overdog?

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    Beast of the East - How Will the Liberty Handle Being the Overdog?

    Nobody is dissing them in the press. Opponents aren't making any nasty cracks about them. None of the players have been tied up overseas throughout training camp. No one is seriously injured, out of shape, or out of sorts. Indeed, as they prepare for...

    by Alisa Solomon on May 29, 2001
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    A Hard Raines Gonna Fall - The Triumph of Cynicism at the Times

    "I think cynicism has gotten a bad name." That's what Timesman Howell Raines told me in the summer of 1996, when I found myself in his inner sanctum on 43rd Street looking for a job. He was editorial page editor at the time, and we were sitting off t...

    by Cynthia Cotts on May 29, 2001
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    Letters

    TRANSGENDER GAP I was disappointed to see Norah Vincent trashing transsexuals with a mixture of dubious reasoning and outright prejudice disguised as intellectualism ["Welcome to the Transsexual Age," Higher Ed, May 29]. Sex-reassignment surgery is...

    on May 29, 2001
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    Listings

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    Listings

    Although their peers lack a sense of humor when it comes to hip-hop culture (see the outraged response to the tongue-in-cheek Heineken commercial depicting the supposed origin of scratching), turntablists have no problem dishing out disses to each ot...

    by Tricia Romano on May 29, 2001
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    Horoscope

    ARIES (March 21-April 19) I predict that the next 13 months will bring you invitations to grow in unexpected directions. Will you be alert to them? If so, by July of next year you will have grown tougher but kinder, and this will greatly enhance your...

    by Rob Brezsny on May 29, 2001
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    Listings

    At 10:30 my friend finally shows up and orders a black Russian. He sneers at the Emerald. It's a nice enough little bar, equal parts migr bartenders, plastic gingham tablecloths, and a Bon Jovi-only jukebox. "These guys are fantastic," I cry, poi...

    by Dan Currie on May 29, 2001
  • The Americans Who Stopped My Lai - ‘I Wasn’t Taught to Murder and Kill’

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    The Americans Who Stopped My Lai - I Wasnt Taught to Murder and Kill

    In view of the conflicting accounts of Bob Kerrey's Raiders allegedly killing unarmed civilians in Vietnam, CBS News' 60 Minutes rebroadcast, on May 6, a March 1998 program titled "Back to My Lai." Mike Wallace went back to Vietnam with gunner Lar...

    by Nat Hentoff on May 29, 2001
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    Sports

    The Devils Who Analyze the Details Who is the hero of the Devils' run to the Stanley Cup Finals, which continues this week at the Meadowlands? Most would name Brian Rafalski, the little defenseman who elevated his game after his teammate Scott N...

    on May 29, 2001
  • Who Made Bob Kerrey Do It? - Gerhard Klann: ‘We Just Slaughtered Them’

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    Who Made Bob Kerrey Do It? - Gerhard Klann: We Just Slaughtered Them

    I would not call it a war crime. To describe it as an atrocity, I would say, is pretty close to being right, because that's how it felt. Bob Kerrey, CBS-TV's 60 Minutes II: "Memories of a Massacre," May 1 Soon after The New York Times Magazine a...

    by Nat Hentoff on May 22, 2001
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    Porn Queens and Prom Kings

    The feminist pornographer in me is still giddy from my recent trip to Los Angeles. I didn't go there just to make the rounds of all the strip clubs; I was actually working. And, boy, do I love what I do. I was there to shoot the sequel to my video, T...

    by Tristan Taormino on May 22, 2001
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    Welcome to the Transsexual Age - San Francisco Gives In to Theorists

    Recent events in San Francisco concerning health benefits for transsexuals have proven once again that the deconstructionists of academe have precipitated the Kulturkampf they've been planning for years. Transsexuality, it seems, is fast becoming e...

    by Norah Vincent on May 22, 2001
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