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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1998
Time for a Fermata?
For the Redgraves, Mother's Day Is on Stage
Budapest Finds Profit In 'Ghastly' Public Art
California Governor's Race Tests Old Clichs
Dues and Don'ts
The Monitor's Movie Guide
A New Strategy in the Abortion Fight?
News In Brief
Rise of Borderless Corporation
Kids' Privacy - A Parent's Lesson
Don't Nix the 'Nixy' If You Want to Send a Smile
'He Got Game' Portrays Urban America in New Light
Unique Law Lets Florida Voters Make Changes to Constitution
Which Mr. Netanyahu Is Going to Washington?
The French Look Back At May '68
Take Me Back to the Ballpark
Miles Davis Quintet: Link Between Be-bop And '70s Music
What's On TV?
Reviewing the Treasures Of My 'Mom Collection'
L.A.'s Twisted Pursuit of the 'News'
Applying an Ancient Asian Art To Design of a New High-Rise
'Sin Taxes' Are No Answer To Addictions
Spike Lee Chooses Copland Classics For Soundtrack
8-mm Movies Make a Big Showing
Great Athletes Seldom Quit - Unfortunately
Folk Singer Ana Egge Hits the Big Time
The Quiet, But Grateful, Majority
'Hey, You Kids!' - the Cautionary Tales of Youth
US Turns Up Heat on Israel to Give Land to Palestinians
Joining The Revelry
Tax the Negative, Not the Positive
US Jews Express Angst on Israel
The End of 'Yada Yada Yada,' But You Already Knew That