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  • Low-Wage Trade - An Interview With Barbara Ehrenreich

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    Low-Wage Trade - An Interview With Barbara Ehrenreich

    There's a story Barbara Ehrenreich likes to tell. She was having lunchsalmon and field greenswith the editor of a major magazine, pitching a story about women and poverty. The editor was bored as hell, and finallyover decaf espressoshe surrendere...

    by Lauren Sandler on May 22, 2001
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    Hitchens Goes Global - Covering the Land of the Infidel

    Most people think of Christopher Hitchens as a lefty, but he has always been more freethinker than ideologue. That may explain why the same band of furies who pursued him for testifying against Sid Blumenthal in 1999 started buzzing again this spring...

    by Cynthia Cotts on May 15, 2001
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    The DNA Bomb - Modified Crops are In the Crosshairs Now. You May Be Next.

    This is the doomsday scenario: Assassins seek to take down a world leader, but they won't need to risk using bullets or bombs. Instead, they stand on a receiving line and shake the leader's hand, coming away with a genetic samplea fleck of skin, a s...

    by Erik Baard on May 15, 2001
  • The Golden Age - An Interview with the Studio Museumís Thelma Golden

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    The Golden Age - An Interview with the Studio Museums Thelma Golden

    Though she's not a rhyme-sayer, Thelma Golden is a stone cold player. A highbrow mack-diva of the first magnitude. And that's on her slow days. Now at the Studio Museum in Harlem as deputy director for exhibitions and programs (with ex-Metropolitan M...

    by Greg Tate on May 15, 2001
  • Post-Black

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    Post-Black

    The energy of "Freestyle," the Studio Museum in Harlem's exhibition of 28 African American artists curated by Thelma Golden, is greater than the show itself. Seeing so much new work by so many young and unknown or emerging artists is thrilling. There...

    by Jerry Saltz on May 15, 2001
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    The 8.7 Percent Solution - Why Rudy Should Call for a Rent Freeze

    For years, Mayor Rudy Giuliani's unrelenting control of the Rent Guidelines Board has had landlords and tenants alike agreeing that the agency's acronym, RGB, really stands for Rudy Giuliani's Boys. But the mayor's recent anticsinstalling a new chai...

    by J.A. Lobbia on May 15, 2001
  • Enter Carl W. Thomas - How Abner Louima's Former Attorney Can Make or Break A Black-Latino Coalition

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    Enter Carl W. Thomas - How Abner Louima's Former Attorney Can Make or Break A Black-Latino Coalition

    Hopes of assembling a black-Latino coalition to back Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer's mayoral bid now hinge on a new demand by Reverend Al Sharpton that Ferrer not disrupt the candidacy of former Abner Louima attorney Carl W. Thomas, who is ...

    by Peter Noel on May 15, 2001
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    Net Head - Tween the Pipes With the Devils Goalie Coach

    The arena had been warm, the dressing room was warmer, and Devils goalie Martin Brodeurnow dressed in a well-tailored suitstood damp-faced before hot TV lights and a swarm of microphones. For 10 minutes following New Jersey's solid Game 1 third rou...

    by Stu Hackel on May 15, 2001
  • Listings

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    Listings

    Ah, May. The month that heralds June's wedding bells with that most pagan of celebrationsthe bachelor party. But what to do when the bachelor in question (a) gives his pals two days' notice due to the shotgun nature of his proposal, and then (b) inv...

    by Carla Spartos on May 15, 2001
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    Watts Up - More New Yorkers Getting Zapped by Court-Ordered Electroshock

    They had no choice. First they were thrown into New York mental hospitals. then they were forced by the courts to undergo electroshock therapy. And their numbers are sharply risingby 70 percent from 1999 to 2000. Electroshock, now known by the mor...

    by Ward Harkavy on May 15, 2001
  • Two-Story Brick House

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    Two-Story Brick House

    Location East Flatbush, Brooklyn Rent $1000/mo. (market) Square feet 1300 Occupants Aisha Bascom (customer satisfaction manager, Register.com); Kaylan (two months old); Syron Martin (owner, Buttafly Cafe) This street with all the brick hous...

    by Toni Schlesinger on May 15, 2001
  • Sickout - Thousands of City Nurses Protest Staffing Levels

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    Sickout - Thousands of City Nurses Protest Staffing Levels

    One of the strongest arguments against the claim that unions only act in their own, public-be-damned self-interest was made last week by thousands of nurses at hospitals across the city. At a time when politicians like Mayor Giuliani are trying to...

    by Tom Robbins on May 15, 2001
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    New York Exchange Rates - Grading Brian Cashmans Work on the Trading Floor

    Last Tuesday night, the Twins beat the Yanks 2-0 behind an Eric Milton shutout and a Cristian Guzman homer. After the game, reporters noted that Milton, the AL's best lefty starter this year, and Guzman, the league's next great shortstop, were acquir...

    by Dean Chadwin on May 15, 2001
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    Listings

    It's the end of an era. The seven-year bitch has bitten the city's sleaziest rock 'n' roll weekly in the ass. Squeezebox , long a forum for naughtiness and nastiness comes to an end this week. The East Village's notorious band the Toilet Boys help bi...

    by Tricia Romano on May 15, 2001
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    NY Mirror

    The drag queen with the highest heels and voice in town, Shequida, has gone legit with Opera for Dummies, her Westbeth song-and-prance show that's the latest Sheq attack on cultural complacency. As the vibrato-serving divawho boasts a five-octave ra...

    by Michael Musto on May 15, 2001
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    Update: The Jackson-Walker Feud

    Although it is far short of the tearful public apology he made before the 1984 Democratic Convention for referring to New York as "Hymietown," Jesse Jackson has humbled himself before Reverend Wyatt Tee Walker for breaking an agreement to apologize a...

    by Peter Noel on May 15, 2001
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    Kept in the Loop

    Uni Watch was enjoying a Detroit Tigers game a few years back when an acquaintance observed, "Look at Cecil Fielderhis waistline's so big that his pants have about a dozen belt loops!" But closer inspection revealed that all of the Tigers had about ...

    by Paul Lukas on May 15, 2001
  • The Education of a Juror - The Woman Who Bailed Out a Drug Defendant Tells Her Story

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    The Education of a Juror - The Woman Who Bailed Out a Drug Defendant Tells Her Story

    Paula Thomson never could have predicted that she would someday crusade on behalf of an accused drug dealer. But on May 8, there she was, standing on the back of a pickup truck outside Governor George Pataki's office in midtown Manhattan, shouting ab...

    by Jennifer Gonnerman on May 15, 2001
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    Sports

    Bar Girls The marketing division of Los Angeles's WNBA team, the Sparks, finally noticed the lavender elephant in the stands last weekdrawing some 1000 lesbian fans to a pep rally at West Hollywood's Girl Bar on May 4and a troglodyte with a spo...

    on May 15, 2001
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    Letters

    AA MAINLINED Interesting lead article by "M.T." in last week's issue ["AA Unmasked"]. However, the experience of not being able to share about drugs in AA has not been the case for me for the past 23 years, of which I've been clean and sober 17. I'...

    on May 15, 2001
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