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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Today is National Coming Out Day, a chance for those who are still "in the closet" to declare their sexuality. But for many gays and lesbians who have been out for years, every day is still coming out day. Also: Game Theory explained.

Tunnel Vision

Guy Martin, senior security correspondent for Conde Nast Traveller and security columnist for New York Magazine
Wayne Barrett, senior editor at the Village Voice, and author, Rudy: An Investigative Biography of Rudolph Giuliani (Basic Books, 2000) and City for Sale: Ed Koch and the ...


The Game of Life

Alvin Roth,
- Professor of Economics & Business Administration at Harvard University
breaks down the meaning of game theory in economics in light of the Nobel Prize

» Alvin Roth (Harvard University)


30 Issues: Public Hospitals and Public Health

Jim Tallon, president of the United Hospital Fund
Bob Hennelly, WNYC reporter
Nicholas Freudenberg, distinguished professor of urban public health at Hunter College
- on public hopsitals and public health as a campaign issue

» The United Hospital ...


Gay and OK

Bobby Rivers, blogger, playwright, actor, and host of Top 5 on The Food Network -says it's good to harbor doubts

» Top 5 (The Food Network)
» Bobby Rivers' website


Feedback: Public Health

Subject: NYC Hospitals
I agree with the Mayor 100%. The distinction in Mayor's statement is about the service not the access. Let me give you an example. Last year I had an unfortunate accident and broke my leg. I was in HSS for almost a whole week. During the ...


Judy is a Punk

Between Richard Cohen and Adam Cohen, a lot of respected newspaper writers named Cohen seem to have started taking Judge Judy seriously. As seriously as she takes bullies who break little boys' glasses. In today's Times, Judy responds:


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