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Where to Eat 1998

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January 12, 1998
January 12, 1998

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Which would you choose, Dr. King?

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February 2, 1998
February 2, 1998

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February 9, 1998
February 9, 1998

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February 16, 1998
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February 23, 1998
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March 9, 1998
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March 16, 1998
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March 23, 1998
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January 12, 1998
January 12, 1998

"Family court ruled that Olmos and his sons couldn't be alone in a room with Stella! ... Am I just being a wild man, an irrational fellow, as Mr. and Mrs. Olmos try to paint me?"
-- Harvey Keitel, "Circus of the Stars"

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THE ARTS
Movies

BY DAVID DENBY

Wag the Dog stretches credibility very thin, but with wicked fun

Classical Music
BY PETER G. DAVIS

Yeomen duty: The very model of a modern G&S production

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

Best of the West: A thoughtful documentary story of California

CUE
Zubin's party; Ragtime's man

Intelligencer
(Gossip)

I’ve wanted to be mayor of New York since the third grade. And I’d like to be a U.S. senator. . . . But what you wanna be and what you need to be are two different things.”
-- Calvin Butts, "The Anti-Sharpton"

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February 2, 1998
February 2, 1998

"The next hundred years will be the age of biology. This is where the next information revolution will be."
-- Dr. Lance Liotta, of the National Cancer Institute, "The Age of Discovery"

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February 9, 1998
February 9, 1998

"When a man is elected to Congress, he quite often has barely been known beyond his . . . local newspaper’s editorial board. And a lot of these guys are quick to take advantage."
-- A Senate aide, "Zipper Madness"

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February 16, 1998
February 16, 1998

"You're totally absorbed in what you're doing, and suddenly there's Mount Rushmore standing in the doorway."
-- A Doubleday Author, on Jacqueline Onassis, Editor, "Jackie in New York"

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February 23, 1998
February 23, 1998
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March 2, 1998
March 2, 1998

"We’re the only place in civilization that makes this schism: ‘He’s a great man. . . . Unfortunately he can’t keep his pants zipped.’ What if it’s the same thing?"
-- Mike Nichols, "Carnal Knowledge"

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March 9, 1998
March 9, 1998

"Business is incredible because of the stock market. When the market crashes, so will we."
-- Bar mitzvah planner Diane Beinstock Setchen, "Lucky Thirteen"

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March 16, 1998
March 16, 1998

"We opened up a column, and it was gone. There was a hollow . . . and a little red staining on the brick. But the column . . . had rusted to the point where it was gone. For four stories, from the roof down."
-- Engineer Donald Friedman, "Them's the Breaks"

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March 23, 1998
March 23, 1998
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