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Volume II, Issue 39
March 22 - March 29, 1999

News & Opinion

Pat Buchanan re-ups for the GOP race with his divisive Reagan politics, the state of Texas is trying to make it harder to be a parent and gay, one man struggles to put drugs and alcohol behind him from the seat of a wheelchair (and with a basketball in his hand), polishing up the ole gas guzzler, and a great way to get rid of your old treasures. Plus more.

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Film & TV

The Oscars are over, so take a look at these pre-awards prognostication and count the upsets (and please...no climbing on the chairs). Plus, a chat with the historian of the Oscars on what it takes to compile over 70 years of data. Reviews, Video & TV, and more.

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Are you MP3 informed? Get started with "Surfing Safari." If you are one of those folks that gets caught up in the radio while driving, we can sympathize--to the tune of a speeding ticket or two. Meanwhile, take a little different road trip to the music of the Southwest.

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Arts & Leisure

Measure for Measure
Broadway Bound
Choreograph This!
and more...

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Ethnic writing holds an important place in American literature. That doesn't mean it's always recognized. Take a pilgrimage through the Yellow Pages in search of the mysteries of youth. Non-fiction carries the day with titles covering the paranormal, adventurous children, the life of columnist Jim Knipfel, and more.

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Come down from your Staggering Heights and get to the Red Meat of the matter with this swell set of cartoons that also includes Mueller, Eye of the Beholder, K. Rat and Random Shots.

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