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Wednesday, July 12, 2000

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Christopher Myers

SPECIAL

Meet the New Boss . . .: Well, the Internet isn't exactly the same as the old boss. | Decibel Introduction

After Napster: How the New Technology Will Change Music Itself | Decibel by Joab Jackson

Surf Music: Tuneful Web Sites We Can't Live Without | Decibel

Real Music -- Not Com: Our Subjective Guide to Where to Get Live. . .If You Want It | Decibel

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NEWS

The Fountain Head: For five years, Steve Takos Sr. has been working on the fountain of his youth. | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

Mannequin Panickin': If you fly, it's bound to happen. First you eat the bone-dry airline chicken, then you read the... | The Nose

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature | Feature

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COLUMNS

I Fear a Parade: I have a complicated relationship with parades.I don't think too much about it, usually. | Germ Bag by Suz Redfearn

I Will Survive: There are two things that should be year-round in the United States: School for kids and heaps of... | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Get It Together: Last month, President Clinton awarded the Medal of Honor to seven elderly Asian-Americans who had... | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Unwell: "The wars of the next century will be over water."--World Bank vice president Ismail Serageldin, 1995 "Somebody told me it was frighten... | Cyberpunk by Joab Jackson

The Tennis Racket: Wimbledon, with its deliberate archaisms, has a knack for drawing attention to the changes in the culture and practice of tennis. Scruffy or overly st... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca

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ARTS

Wheel of Misfortune: Roulette Spins Savagely, but Comes Up Empty | Stage by Brennen Jensen

Evolution's Darling by Scott Westerfeld | Review by Adrienne Martini

Writing & Other Bloodsports by Charles Willeford | Review by Rupert Wondolowski

Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain | Review by Eileen Murphy

Tangled Up in Blue by Joan D. Vinge | Review by Adrienne Martini

Art | Dance | Zine Pool | Stage | Stage

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MUSIC

Rockets' Red Glare: You're hungry and thirsty from a tiring day under a merciless sun, but at least it's dark now. | Feedback by Joe MacLeod

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FILM

Sunshine | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

X-Men | Review by Ian Grey

Leave Her to Heaven | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

Zardoz | Review by Jack Purdy

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EAT

Artful Palate Café | Review by Susan Fradkin

Bayou Café

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