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Best Live TV Moment Mexicans Go to commercial! If you’re looking for …

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ment Mexicans Go to commercial! If you’re looking for live television at its finest, there’s nothing that can beat “continuing coverage” of some major news story. A shuttle disaster, a police chase, a terrorist attack—or more often than not—some natural catastrophe. Local stations, it seems, are aching for an excuse to go live—it’s their time [&hellip
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Gift Guide 2004: Gift Guide

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NAUGHTY BITS AGENT PROVOCATEUR 133 Mercer St. (betw. Prince and Spring Sts.) 212-965-0229, agentprovocateur.com Also good for Mother’s Day. Not everyone can afford a $100 pair of Chantilly lace knickers (never mind the $150 Virginie bra to match), but for that odd instance when you can—end-of-year bonus, tax refund, a forgotten security deposit—it’s Agent Provocateur. [&hellip
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GREEN-EYED LADY MONSTERS I’m a little behind on my New York …

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ADY MONSTERS I’m a little behind on my New York Press reading, so I’ve only just seen the letters in response to Celia Farber’s cover story on Bill O’Reilly and the sexual harassment suit against him (“No Sexual Dealing,” 10/27). I thought the story was brilliantly written—as did most of your readers, judging by the [&hellip
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JEFF WALL THROUGH MAY 29 A FUNNY THING happens after you spend …

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> THROUGH MAY 29 A FUNNY THING happens after you spend some uninterrupted time studying Jeff Wall—reality begins to look a lot like one of his staged photographs, which in turn look a lot like classical painterly compositions. Despite his insistent reliance on cinematography as a method, Wall approaches photography as an academic painter, and [&hellip
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I USED TO THINK it was fluoride, but maybe the …

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THINK it was fluoride, but maybe the phenomenon of MMMBoppin’ explains the accelerated maturity of today’s young girls. This theory is strongly suggested by the in-store appearance of the newly mature Hanson at the Times Square Virgin Megastore, which is hosting a parade of barely pubescent R. Crumb covergirls along the length of the store. [&hellip
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WEDNESDAY 3/3 WEDNESDAY 3/3 Around Town Cycling from …

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Around Town Cycling from Chesapeake Bay to New York City to Fight HIV/AIDS Special meeting to learn about three-day bike trek starting 9/10/04; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center, 208 West 13th Street (7th Ave.), New York, 212-620-7310; 6:30, free. La Resistance It’s an early bird St. Patrick’s Day celebration, w/Kirk Kelly & special [&hellip
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WEDNESDAY 1/28 WEDNESDAY 1/28 Rock/Country/Hiphop Brock Allen Lakeside Lounge, 9:30, …

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FACE=”New York” SIZE=5> Rock/Country/Hiphop Brock Allen Lakeside Lounge, 9:30, free. Bob Crane’s Yearbook, Maja K. Slipper Room, 8, $7. The Break-Up, Angel 13, Aluminum Babe, ZJ Miller Mercury Lounge, 7:30, $8. Cardia, Retisonic, the Love Scene, the Situation Knitting Factory Tap Bar, 7:30, $8. Catch-A-Fire, Fallen Innocence, Trippopotamus, Jon Slow Band, Podunk Lion’s Den, 7, [&hellip
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Comrades in cameras: Welles and Corman.

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Double Vision Orson Welles: The Stories of His Life By Peter Conrad Faber & Faber, 368 pages, $25 Roger Corman: An Unauthorized Life By Beverly Gray Thunder’s Mouth Press, 304 pages, $15 If one could resurrect actor-filmmaker Orson Welles for an afternoon and put him on a festival panel with B-movie mogul Roger Corman, one [&hellip
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WEDNESDAY 11/19 WEDNESDAY 11/19 Cabaret Elvis …

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Cabaret Elvis Has Entered the Building! See dead-on impersonator of the side-burned king of rock ’n roll, occasionally all jazzed up in glitter & gold; Trailer Park Lounge, 271 W. 23rd St. (betw. 7th & 8th Aves.), 212-463-8000; 8:30 & 10, free . The Glamazons They’ll strip dance their way into your cold & calloused [&hellip
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