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Sex and the 7-year-old boy Mona Gable
Parenting manuals don't tell you how to handle it when your son has a crush on you.
May 1, 1998 12:09PM (UTC)
Like A Hole In The Head Suzette Lalime Davidson
Suzette Lalime Davidson review 'Like a Hole in the Head' by Jen Banbury
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Stranded! Joe Tortomasi
In Mondo Weirdo, Wanderlust readers describe their most memorable adventures -- and misadventures. This week's featured subjects: Readers describe their adventures getting stranded on the Thai isle of Koh Samui and in the wastes of western China.
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
"Les Miserables" Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor reviews 'Les Miserables,' directed by Bille August and starring Liam Neeson, Geoffrey Rush, Uma Thurman and Claire Danes
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Lou Reed David Bowman
Lou Reed's live album, "Perfect Night, reviewed by David Bowman.
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Let's Get This Straight: Playboy and Playmate play a game of meta tag Scott Rosenberg
In the magazine's lawsuit against Terri Welles, you'll find two competing visions of the Web.
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Murderers, cannibals -- lesbians! Jenn Shreve
America has a distinguished history of spreading scandalous rumors about its politicians, and the latest batch of White House gossip is nothing new.
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Wild man blows Sarah Vowell
As the recent efforts of Woody Allen and Kevin Bacon show, playing at being a musician is an actor's most challenging role
May 1, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
The Student Body Peter Kurth
Peter Kurth reviews 'The Student Body' by Jane Harvard
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Coronation Everest Jan Morris
On the eve of its 45th anniversary, Jan Morris recalls the first ascent of Mount Everest -- an innocent expedition that embodied a different age, and that changed the lives of its participants forever.
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Groveling for dollars Greg Costikyan
Groveling for dollars: By Greg Costikyan. Bugs, babes and booze -- for game developers rustling up financing, there's a million potholes on the road to success.
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
The party's over David Horowitz
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
The testament according to Newt David Wallis
In an interview with Salon, House Speaker Newt Gingrich talks about the president's popularity, America's attitude toward adultery, accusations that he is mean, his own political goals, religious beliefs and what character he would most like to play in a movie.
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
Drama Queen for a Day: The best of the worst of what you did Salon Staff
Drama Queen for a Day: This month's drama queens reveal their ugliest impulses and dastardly actions.
May 4, 1998 11:00PM (UTC)
The Awful Truth: Futility- The mook with a thousand faces Cintra Wilson
Cintra Wilson rails against UPS, is fleeced by her formerly beloved local pasta joint and rejoices when a Brooklyn neighborhood organizes against a waste dump.
May 5, 1998 2:37PM (UTC)

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