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Monitor Archive for March 20, 1998
Who Will Oscar Pick?
'Reflecting on the Pioneering Role of 'Great Performances'
One-Man Show Translates Latin Culture Into Universal Appeal
Simba in the Silver, Marketing on Our Minds
Where Housing Market Is Hot
Oscar Works Hard for the Charities
Law to Protect Children Riles Many Parents in Guatemala
Cleanup in Cairo Leaves City's Potters in the Dust
Broadway Awaits New 'Wait Until Dark'
Windy City's Battle of the Billboards
Classic Opera 'Lohengrin' Goes Avant-Garde
What's On TV
The Day We Became a Family
The Monitor Movie Guide
On the Trail of Presidents
China Lets In Some Light
On Stage in America
Tiny German Town Has a Passion for 2000
Our Adultery Obsession Isn't Adult
Asphalt Justice: Where's My Badge?
The Presidency in Movies: Fantasy and Reality Merge
'God Loves Me'
Bill Clinton: Out of Washington and Into Africa
Brazil's Landless Peasants Take City Buildings in Protest
Each Saturday After
Unwed Dads Sign On to Fatherhood
National Youth Art Month Spotlights Student Talent
Hugs and Hisses via E-mail
Reining In Foreign Aid
If Talleyrand Didn't Say It, Well, He Should Have
Clever 'Art' Tests Ties of Friendship
Why the (Allegedly) Kissed May Not Tell
News In Brief