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May 2, 2000

A real cutup
[Times photo: Douglas R. Clifford]
Darrell Myers runs his shop in the time-tested tradition of American barbers. Flattops delivered with levity are favored here. Story

A picture worth a thousand spoofs
Electronic pranksters find that an upsetting photo, such as the one snapped as Elian Gonzalez is removed from his Miami relatives' home, can garner guffaws.

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Time Warner Cable viewers in New York and other major markets are getting this slide instead of ABC programing.
Time Warner-Disney dispute blacks out ABC in major markets
A nasty corporate dispute has accomplished what none of ABC's rivals could do: force millions of viewers to watch someone other than Regis Philbin.
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Clear Channel agrees to pay $80,000 fine
Clear Channel Communications Inc., which owns eight Tampa radio stations, has agreed to pay an $80,000 fine over complaints that it did not properly disclose listeners' chances of winning national radio contests.

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