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Monitor Archive for February 27, 1998
Weighing In On a Sumo Match
Rekindled By Curling
Why Families Matter to Military
Writers Guild hands out best screenplay awards
Bedtime Tunes With Appeal For Parents and Little Ones
Can Nuclear Waste Be Safely Moved?
Rwanda Massacres Were Avoidable, General Says
A Good Way to Celebrate CIA Greats
In Pastoral England, City Ways Unwelcome
'Bug Juice' Gives Taste Of Summer Camp
No Cell Phone, No Pager, Not Even Call Waiting
In Oprah Trial, 'Food Libel' Charges Prove Hard to Swallow
Indian Flutist Masters Art of Making Bamboo Sing
The President Finds Himself Alone at the Top
Trying to Put Myself in 'Jeopardy!'
From Mozart to Mahler - A Listening Guide to Classical Music
What's On TV
Unbridled Capitalism's Staunch Defender
'Seinfeld' Counts Down
Retain the INS
New Face of Asia
Rise in Palestinian Population May Pressure Israel to End Land Claims
The Perfect Forum for Excellence
News In Brief
Paying For Potholes? States Fight for Funds
Rocking the Mideast With an Unlikely Alliance
New Stars Shine Bright At 40th Annual Grammys
The Monitor Movie Guide
A Break for Stay-Home Parents?
Make Bilingual Education a Choice
'Mrs. Dalloway' Feels Right on Screen