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  • Feb 4-10, 1999

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  • Herbie's World

    Six new releases paint an intriguing picture of jazz chameleon Herbie Hancock.
  • Playback

  • "Just Watch Me"

    R&B writer, producer, performer, and collaborator extraordinaire, Gerald Levert's options seem limitless.
  • Rhapsody in Green

    As the Gershwin centennial closes, his trust benefits from new copyright laws. But are they protecting artists or merely bank statements?
  • He's the Boss

    With his buzz band Remy Zero and marriage to Alyssa Milano, Cinjun Tate is living the starving artist's dream.
  • Keeping It Real

    Are the Lower East Side Stitches a punk rock clich or the last of a dying breed?

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Arts

  • Hip Check

    At Cleveland State's art gallery, the slick and sexy photocollages can't hold a candle to the igloos.
  • Smiles of a Pessimist

    Great Lakes has admirably revived Sondheim's A Little Night Music. But a little tweaking would have helped.

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