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All I Want for Christmas Is a Dishful of Teeth

0 Comments · Thursday, September 21, 2000
Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia! Everybody loves a Chia Pet. For just $14.99 and a couple of weeks of diligent watering, the whole family is rewarded with minutes of fun. Pretty soon, though, the dream dies; and alon  

Beware the Pigeons

0 Comments · Thursday, August 10, 2000
Pigeons. They're pretty stupid, right? People rarely describe others as having the cunning of a pigeon. And you've probably never seen a movie in which a ruthless double agent called The Pigeon slip  

Cheap Beer, Free Love, Expensive Gonorrhea

0 Comments · Thursday, July 13, 2000
Cheap Beer, Free Love, Expensive Gonorrhea Gonorrhea. The Clap. VD. The Drip. This might sound like just another preview for wrestling on cable TV to many CityBeat readers. ... And Gonorrhea has   

The Curse of the Werewolf

0 Comments · Thursday, June 15, 2000
Live with wolves, howl like a wolf. -- Proverb Cast your eyes skyward any night this week, and you'll see a progressively larger sliver of moon making its way across an ocean of stars. Each night   

Columbus, Mutant Mice and Pepper Therapy

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0 Comments · Thursday, May 11, 2000
Peppers. Red Chile peppers; bell peppers; banana and Hungarian cherry peppers; Jalapeño peppers; Szechuan peppers; cayenne, Habanero and Tabasco peppers. Just thinking about them makes your to  

Join the 225-Mile-High Club

0 Comments · Thursday, April 13, 2000
You can't afford Italy. You didn't like Vegas. And Tijuana still reminds you of contracting dysentery. So, where do you go on vacation this year? You know you're taking a gamble wherever you go. Sh  

Women Scientists: The Times They Are A-Changin'

0 Comments · Thursday, April 6, 2000
You can be a woman engineer. In fact, you can be a woman cardiologist, a woman zoologist and a woman architect, too. The possibilities are endless. OK, if you're a man, there might be a problem  

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Astronauts get lots in space!

0 Comments · Thursday, March 9, 2000
Did you ever wonder how astronauts pass away the hours as they drift through the cold inky void of space? Yup, that's right: They're doing it. George Costanza stands corrected. The only thing that   

Cincinnati Company Helps Organize and Catalogue the Web

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0 Comments · Thursday, February 24, 2000
The Internet holds a seemingly all-encompassing collection of knowledge and opinion. Servers around the world house volumes of information on every imaginable topic -- history, art, science, religio  

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All the News That's Fit to Surf Online

0 Comments · Thursday, January 27, 2000
'American Journalism Review reports that more than 3,400 domestic newspapers are online, as are most of the country's news magazines. The four major broadcast television networks, CNN and NPR all ma  

Science & Technology: Notes from the Underground

Real Life: science, research and technology

0 Comments · Thursday, January 13, 2000
Hello? Is anyone out there? I've been in my underground bunker since New Year's Eve. My watch stopped, I ran out of beans and now I don't know what day it is. I just took inventory, and all I have   

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The Odor of Fear

0 Comments · Thursday, June 10, 1999
Gentlemen, are you alone? WAIT! Sit still, I have an important message for you. Your lives might depend on reading this, but you must remain calm. Take a few deep breaths and pretend that you're re  

Mice, Men and Babies

0 Comments · Thursday, May 13, 1999
You probably never thought you would be asked to decide what role a rat's testicles should play in the birth of your child. But the modern world is full of choices. Perhaps the ultimate choice, and  

Death Through Isolation?

0 Comments · Thursday, April 8, 1999
Absence is supposed to make the heart grow fonder. According to scientists, however, it could make the heart a lot sicker, too. Last month, a Swedish study strongly indicated that social isolation