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The Top 10 Censored Stories of 2000 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 April 2001 18:00
Have you read the one about corporations planning to charge you hundreds of dollars a month for your tap water? Or the one about military “psychological operations” specialists manipulating viewers of CNN? What about the highly skilled programmers in Silicon Valley who, because they are immigrants, are laboring under sweatshop-like conditions? If none of these stories rings a bell, it’s not because you’ve missed the latest e-mail hoax.

 
Best of the Quad Cities 2000 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 13 March 2001 18:00
For the fifth consecutive year, the River Cities’ Reader offers the results of our annual Best of the Quad Cities poll. The ballots were printed in December of last year, and the results reflect our readership’s views on what was best in Y2K.

 
Artist Makes the Kaleidoscope a Communal Experience PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 March 2001 18:00
If you make kaleidoscopes and want to make any money doing it, the normal course of action is to come up with a basic design and build lots of them, with slight variations to keep you interested, if that matters.

 
Show Features Images from Celestial Time Machine PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 February 2001 18:00
The Hubble Space Telescope is more than just an instrument to record pictures and data from outer space. In the words of cosmologist Richard G. Kron, it’s “like a time machine.” The Hubble Space Telescope is more than just an instrument to record pictures and data from outer space.

 
Public With Business Censored from TV PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 January 2001 18:00
On Wednesday evening, January 17, 2001, during the year’s second formal council meeting, Mayor Phil Yerington announced the council’s plan to censor the “Public with Business to Present” (PWB) portion of all future council meetings (committee, committee of the whole, and regular council) by no longer televising them for public viewing.

 
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