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Monitor Archive for October 2, 1998
Network TV Tackles 'Crime and Punishment'
Leveling on Sea Level
Big Problem at Sakhalin's Hot Drilling Site: Whales Like It, Too
Orchestras Hit High Note
News In Brief
From Coast to Coast, Blockbusters Hook Crowds
Making and Baking History
Rural Aussies Fear Being Unlinked
Texas Becomes Its Own Pollution Cop
With Surplus, Tougher Choices
Germany's 'New Center'
Brother, Can You Spare 500 Bolvares?
Farm Worker 'Shortage' Stirs Fight Over Foreign Laborers
Learning Life Lessons From a Colony of 'Antz'
Lyle Lovett Looks Back At His Lone Star Roots
He's a Poet, But They Don't Know It
Settling Jones Lawsuit Could Bolster Clinton
The Monitor Movie Guide
In Washington, Van Gogh Could Set Museum Records
Russia Needs Oil Riches, But Communists Block Foreign Deals
Find Joy in Living!
Blew Your Coup? Some Who Failed Turn to Ballot Box
Selling Fleece of Endangered Vicuna: Does It Cut Out the Illegal Hunters?
'La Sparation' Separates From the Pack
Iran Hears Echoes of a 'Sacred' War
Modernist Buildings In a Fix
Older Jets: Wired for Safety?
L.A.'s Look at Picasso: 'Cynical Road Show' or Classroom for Cubism?
Dialogue on Race
Tom Bradley's Politics of Dignity
My Fall TV Season Entry: 'Fantasy Landfill'
What's On TV
The Sports E-Mailbag: Taking Back the Barbs