The Village Schoolmaster By Oliver Golfsmith Analysis Essay

Attention millennials, now, listen up! It’s important to have a personal financial plan. Here is the top ten list for college-aged folks, that will help you with smart money practices and habits:

1 – Create a Budget – Simply stated, it’s figuring out how much money is coming in and how much money is going out. In fact, click here to download our Budget PDF. http://talkinmoney.org/files/Budget-Mania.pdf

2 – Track how much you spend – For the next seven days, track all your spending – you’ll be surprised on where the money goes!

3 – Live Within Your Means – Every first time college student will tell you how fast they blew through all their money. Don;t spend what you don;t have.

4 – Set Goals for Yourself – Take time to establish goals. Make them realistic and attainable. For example, saving towards a big purchase, or paying down your credit cards.

5 – Credit Card 101 – Speaking of paying down your credit cards, if you have the habit of paying your credit card balance fully, every month, this will go a long way in helping your credit scores!

6 – Student Loan 101 – Don’t take out college loans for anything but educational and living expenses!

7 – Never Be Late On A Payment – Always pay on time. Avoid late fees. This will tremendously help your credit score. If you are going to be late, call and talk to the company, they will always make arrangements.

8 – Create an Emergency Fund – Try to build your savings to three months living expenses.

9 – Be Smart and Save –  Pinch your pennies and be smart about your spending and it will save you $$$. Here’s a resource of money-saving tips http://www.collegescholarships.org/student-living/save-money.htm

10 – Find Scholarships, Avoid Loans – There is free money for the taking in the form of scholarships. Seek those out first, before you go after that easy-to-get college loan.

OohRah! April is National Financial Literacy Month, Talkin’ Money’s favorite month! To celebrate the importance of being financially literate, we’re going to post financial literacy tips every day.

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Free to Read Articles from June 2002 Part 2

  • A New Department of Security
  • A Painful Consequence Of Political Constraints
  • A Phone Call Brings Sad News but Fails to Dent Faith
  • A Radio Spot On Burials
  • A Senate Candidate's Refrain: 'Could You Stretch It to $500?'
  • Adelphia Said to Inflate Customers and Cash Flow
  • Advertising Drugs
  • Andersen Jury Rehears Some Testimony
  • Argentine Ex-Minister Freed After Jailing on Arms Sale Charges
  • BALLET REVIEW; From Ancient Greece to Only Yesterday
  • Barbara S. Preiskel, 77, Lawyer Who Fought Race Bans in Films
  • BASEBALL; Benitez Is Welcomed as Mets Return to Winning
  • BASEBALL; Forty Years Later, Yanks Win Again
  • BASEBALL; Monroe Wins P.S.A.L. Title
  • BASEBALL; Owners and Players Union Touch on Issue of Steroids
  • BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Braves Rout the Rangers
  • BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Diamondbacks' Batista Wins Opener at Fenway
  • Bishops Won't Meet With Victims Group
  • BOXING; Lewis and Tyson Offer Contrast in Just About Everything
  • BRIDGE; A Triple Victory Gets Away From a Reisinger Winner
  • BUSINESS DIGEST
  • China Detains Leading Lawyer And Keeps Him Incommunicado
  • Clarke Williams, 80, Chairman Of Large Rural Phone Company
  • COMPANY NEWS; A SUCCESSFUL NORTEL STOCK SALE RAISES $1.3 BILLION
  • COMPANY NEWS; CLEAN HARBORS GETS A CHEMICAL UNIT FROM SAFETY-KLEEN
  • COMPANY NEWS; INCREASED COMPETITION CUTS BIOGEN'S EARNINGS
  • COMPANY NEWS; MECHANICS REJECT A SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CONTRACT
  • COMPANY NEWS; MERRILL LYNCH CHANGES ANALYSTS' PAY
  • COMPANY NEWS; PALM HARBOR BUYS NATIONWIDE, A MODULAR HOME BUILDER
  • COMPANY NEWS; PFIZER DROPS OUT OF DRUG PARTNERSHIP WITH INDEVUS
  • COMPANY NEWS; U.S. SMOKELESS STOPS ADS IN YOUTH-ORIENTED MAGAZINES
  • Consumer Confidence Index Goes From an Aha to a Hmm
  • Corrections
  • Counterterror's Management Style
  • Custody Case In California Paves Way For 'Fathers'
  • Deceptive Tans and Health Risks
  • Defense Says Louima's Lawyer Questioned Officer's Guilt
  • Department of Homeland Insecurity
  • E.P.A. and Budget Office to Work Jointly on Diesel Soot Rules
  • Evangelical Sales Are Converting Publishers
  • Ex-Nets Star Pleads Not Guilty in Shooting Death of Limousine Driver
  • Ex-Priest Investigated in Disappearances of 3 Girls
  • F.D.A. Takes Mixed Stance On a Leading Arthritis Drug
  • Fight to Control Spectranetics Ends in Departure of Managers
  • Finding the Beauty In Vintage Tech; To an Industrial History Group, Brooklyn Has Much to Admire
  • Friends of Liz, and Dissenters, Too
  • Gays in Jerusalem Parade Their Pride
  • Global Warming Follies
  • GOLF; Daniel Bids to Be Oldest Woman To Win a Major
  • GOLF; Roberts Leads Gossett by One At Buick Classic
  • GOLF: ROUNDUP; Levi Has One-Shot Lead After a Second-Round 68
  • Harvard Considers Whether to Enroll Students Who Pledged to Go Elsewhere
  • HOCKEY; Energy Abounds for Red Wings' Lidstrom
  • HORSE RACING; Alberts Is Here to Race, Not Race Around
  • HORSE RACING: NOTEBOOK; Belmont Expects Big Crowd
  • HORSE RACING; Reaching for a Crown
  • HORSE RACING; Searching For a Champion
  • HORSE RACING; War Emblem Poised To Take Final Step
  • ImClone Said to Have Known Early of Adverse Ruling on Drug
  • In Israeli Bed, Failed Bomber Tells of 'Love of Martyrdom'
  • Inquiry Is Urged On Perot Systems
  • INSIDE
  • Insuring Against Terrorism
  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS; Japan Set to Press Ahead On Privatizing Railways
  • Jobless Rate Fell 0.2 Point Last Month
  • Judge Allows Sleepovers in Giuliani Case
  • Judge Delays Release of Cardinal's Deposition
  • Keith Fuller, Who Led the Associated Press, Dies at 79
  • Landlord Profiling
  • Little Progress Seen as U.S. Envoy Meets Indian Premier
  • Man Gets Probation For Stabbing Two
  • Many Americans, Unfazed, Go On Doing Business in India
  • The Many Faces Of Amr I. Elgindy
  • Marijuana Studies
  • THE MARKETS; Key Rates
  • THE MARKETS: STOCKS & BONDS; Leading Indexes Post Third Consecutive Losing Week
  • Mayor's Report Gives Hazy Peek At His Finances
  • MINOR LEAGUE NOTEBOOK; The Top Draftees, One Year Later
  • Mubarak's Realism: Egypt Needs Peace
  • MURDER IN GREENWICH: REACTION; Some Relief, But No Joy, As 'Guilty' Rings Out
  • MURDER IN GREENWICH: THE JURY; Prosecutor Wove Snippets of Evidence Into Believable Pattern, Jurors Say
  • MURDER IN GREENWICH: THE VERDICT; Skakel Is Convicted 27 Years After Girl's Murder
  • MUSIC REVIEW; For a Tenor, Love as Prayer
  • MUSIC REVIEW; Youthful Energy Enlivens An Often-Heard Symphony
  • Muslims' U.S. Hostage Is Killed In Gun Battle in the Philippines
  • N.A.S.D. Plans to Reorganize Yet Again
  • Nathan Mantel, 83, Developer Of Statistical Research Method
  • National Briefing | Mid-Atlantic: Pennsylvania: No-Show Lawyer Is Out Of Jail
  • National Briefing | Mid-Atlantic: Pennsylvania: Raising Tobacco Tax
  • National Briefing | Midwest: Michigan: State Sued Over Drug Dens
  • National Briefing | Midwest: Minnesota: Principal Says He Is Gay
  • National Briefing | Rockies: Montana: Swipe Card Replaces Food Stamps
  • National Briefing | South: Florida: Redrawn Congressional Map Approved
  • National Briefing | South: Kentucky: Ex-Governor's Daughter Wins Primary
  • National Briefing | Southwest: New Mexico: Saving Minnows In A Dry Rio Grande
  • National Briefing | Southwest: Texas: Gun That Killed Singer Is To Be Destroyed
  • National Briefing | West: California: Let Them Read 'Grapes'
  • National Briefing | West: Nevada: Mushroom Cloud Plates . . . Nah
  • New Questions On Handling Of Power Prices In California
  • NEWS SUMMARY
  • NYC; Betting Future Of Belmont On One Horse
  • Off to the Races
  • ON BASEBALL; Bonds Still Blaming Everyone but Himself
  • On Eve of Sharon's U.S. Visit, 2 Settlers Are Killed in Raid
  • ON PRO BASKETBALL; O'Neal and Company Start to Challenge Jordan, Johnson and Bird
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BAKST, JEROME HENRY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BUCKNALL, ANN MACY HAMILTON
  • Paid Notice: Deaths FEINGOLD, MARTHA
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GOLDSTEIN, MARTIN H.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GOTTLIEB, PAUL
  • Paid Notice: Deaths HOCHMAN, MORTIMER, MD.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths HURWITZ, HOWARD
  • Paid Notice: Deaths ISEMAN, NESSA GRODNIK
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KATZ, MURRAY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KENNY, MARGARET M.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KESEND, ESTELLE L.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths ROTKER, ELAINE (NEE BIENSTOCK)
  • Paid Notice: Deaths SCHAEFFER, THE HONORABLE STEPHEN J.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths STETTS, MARY T. (NEE DONEGAN)
  • Paid Notice: Deaths TABAK, RONNIE
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WALDHORN, MIRIAM
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WASSERMAN, LEW
  • Paid Notice: Memorials GOULD, LOIS
  • Peter Gotti Is Denied Bail As Authorities Detail Case
  • Phyllis Wattis, 97, Collector Who Contributed to the Arts
  • Pittsburgh's Music Director Is Leaving
  • PLUS: AUTO RACING; Indy 500 Appeal Set for June 17
  • PLUS: CREW; 150-Year Rivalry To Be Celebrated
  • PLUS: HOCKEY; Calgary Signs Top College Player
  • PLUS: PRO BASKETBALL; Rockets to Ask About Yao
  • PLUS: PRO FOOTBALL; Alexander Signs With Vikings
  • PLUS: SOCCER; Tottenville Wins Title
  • POP REVIEW; Daring Eclecticism That Turns Ominous
  • Pope Selects Cardinal Egan To Serve on Top Vatican Court
  • Possible Charges Are Seen Over Ernst & Young Audit
  • PRO BASKETBALL; Buzzer-Beaters May Be Reviewed
  • PRO BASKETBALL; Centers Still Lack Answers
  • PRO BASKETBALL; Lakers' Express Takes the Nets for a Ride
  • PRO BASKETBALL; Speedy Lakers Beat the Nets at Their Own Game
  • QUOTATION OF THE DAY
  • Religion Journal; Efforts to Ensure a Catholic Burial
  • Remembering 9/11 With a Free Concert
  • Republican's Candidacy Is Challenged By Democrats
  • ROCK REVIEW; Having Fun With the Role Of Rock 'n' Roll Rookies
  • Rooting for East Rutherford
  • Sale of Home Of Tyco Figure Gets 2nd Look, Prosecutors Say
  • THE SATURDAY PROFILE; A Chinese Dad in Defense of the Average Child
  • School Control Nears Reality For Bloomberg
  • Sentenced to Death, Rape Victim is Freed by Pakistani Court
  • Shirley Greitzer, 76, Pianist And a Director at Juilliard
  • SOCCER; Beckham Buries Shot And Memories of '98
  • SOCCER; It's a Grudge Match
  • SOCCER; Spain Is First to Advance to Second Round
  • Sports of The Times; Greatness Is Now Harder to Define
  • Sports of The Times; Scarlet Humiliation, Public Redemption
  • Sports of The Times; Tyson in Four, But Hoping It Isn't So
  • Sweet on Times Square, Hershey Is to Open Store
  • TENNIS; Ferrero in Final After Safin Melts Down
  • TENNIS; The Williamses, Reluctant Rivals, Will Battle for the French Title
  • TENNIS; Women's Final Will Be Live in 2003
  • THEATER REVIEW; A Barker, a Mill Worker and Oh, That Fatal Chemistry
  • THINK TANK; Snobs: They're Made, Not Born
  • Three Women Awarded $380,000 for Illnesses Linked to DuPont Plant
  • To Signal the Saudis
  • TRACES OF TERROR; Bush Tells Security Adviser To Testify Before Congress
  • TRACES OF TERROR; Suit Seeking Anthrax Documents Is Filed
  • TRACES OF TERROR: THE F.B.I.; Computer System That Makes Data Secure, but Hard to Find
  • TRACES OF TERROR: THE INVESTIGATION; 9/11 Suspect May Have Been With Plotters Abroad in 1999
  • TRACES OF TERROR: THE NEW DEPARTMENT; LAWMAKERS ASKING IF PLAN ON TERROR GOES FAR ENOUGH
  • TRACES OF TERROR: THE PRESIDENT; Bush Predicts Turf War in Creation of New Department
  • TRACES OF TERROR: THE TERROR SUSPECT; Court Psychiatrist Concludes Defendant Is Not Mentally Ill
  • TRANSACTIONS
  • US Airways and Unions Fail to Agree on Concessions
  • U.S. Lets Drug Tied to Deaths Back on Market
  • Victims' Remains Found Near Ground Zero
  • Washington Approves Grants to Entice People to Lower Manhattan
  • Women's Health Rights
  • World Briefing | Americas: Colombia: Alert Over Bogotá
  • World Briefing | Americas: Venezuela: Officers Seek Asylum After Coup
  • World Briefing | Asia: Indonesia: No Politics, Military Chief Vows
  • World Briefing | Asia: Japan: U.S. Opposes Whaling Decision
  • World Briefing | Asia: Malaysia: Muslim Party To Introduce Shariah
  • World Briefing | Asia: Thailand: Shan Rebels Capture Base
  • World Briefing | Europe: England: Progress Reported In Lockerbie Talks
  • World Briefing | Europe: France: 'Omaha Beach' As A Brand?
  • World Briefing | Europe: France: Accord Against Bioweapons
  • World Business Briefing | Americas: Canada: A Gain In Employment
  • World Business Briefing | Asia: China: Insurer Seeks Investors
  • World Business Briefing | Asia: India and Pakistan: Effects Of Tension
  • World Business Briefing | Asia: Taiwan: Investment Limit Eased
  • World Business Briefing | Europe: Germany: MobilCom Retains Executive
  • World Business Briefing | Europe: Germany: Unemployment Rises
  • World Business Briefing | Europe: Poland: Rover Considers Daewoo Plant
  • A Clash by Night
  • A Day Before the Big Race, 10 Are Arrested in Raids on 6 Brooklyn Horse-Betting Parlors
  • A LA CARTE; A Huge Menu: 49 Entrees, 29 Appetizers
  • A NIGHT OUT WITH: Al Roker; Grillmaster Weather
  • A Perfect Stranger
  • A Personal-Injury Law Firm Is Shrunken by Sept. 11 Fallout
  • A Snake Census on Fire Island
  • A Tycoon And His Conscience
  • Against All Odds
  • Alaska Is a State of Mind
  • All You Need Is Love, Maybe a Castle
  • Almost Everyone Gets a Piece Of the U.S. Open Business Pie
  • An Actual Internet Success Story
  • An Arts Festival With Many Sites, but a Keen Sense of Place
  • An Overhaul For Emissions Testing
  • And Bear In Mind
  • Andean Hacienda
  • Andersen Jurors Continue Deliberations
  • Argentina Says U.S. Refused to Detain a Wanted Arms Dealer
  • AROUND THE BLOCK; This Bug Says, 'Step on It!'
  • ART AND GENETICS; A Glowing Rabbit
  • ART AND GENETICS; Dangerous Ground
  • ART REVIEW; Chess Moves Are Artistic With Pieces Made of Glass
  • ART REVIEW; Evocative Works Capture Land's Essence
  • ART REVIEWS; Since Sept. 11, Benign Works Become Haunting
  • ART; When Humble Materials Interact
  • ART/ARCHITECTURE; An Aging Beauty Gets A Very Public Makeover
  • ART/ARCHITECTURE; Nature vs. Machines? There's No Need to Choose
  • ART/ARCHITECTURE; The Treasures Amassed By an Alumnus of Hell
  • ART/ARCHITECTURE; With Wings Of Clay
  • BACKSLASH; Have I Got a Dot-Com for You!
  • BackTalk; Behind the Scenes, the Sexism Is Now Subtler
  • BASEBALL: INSIDE BASEBALL; The Way Suzuki Hits Still Puzzles Pitchers
  • BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Braves Beat Rangers in 10
  • BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Schilling and Arizona Win Duel With MartÛnez
  • BASEBALL; Seven-Run Inning Gives the Mets Another Victory
  • BASEBALL; Small Victories Equal a Defeat for the Yankees
  • Becoming Green Without Suffering
  • BEHIND THE WHEEL/2003 Honda Pilot; A Line Forms for Preferred Seating
  • BENEFITS
  • BEST SELLERS: June 9, 2002
  • Bishops at the Crossroads
  • Bishops' Abuse Policy
  • Bishops' Task: Reassuring Laity While Setting Policy on Abuse
  • Biting Criticism
  • Biting Criticism; An Economic Success, But at Whose Expense?
  • Biting Criticism; May Fordham Remain A Sculptor's Showcase
  • Biting Criticism; Plenty of Places To Ban Jet Skis
  • Blame Title IX
  • THE BOATING REPORT; Trust Unites the Driver and the Throttleman
  • BOITE; A Lid on the Inferno
  • BOOKS IN BRIEF: NONFICTION
  • BOOKS IN BRIEF: NONFICTION; Photographic Wonderlands
  • THE BOSS; A Line Etched by Fate
  • BOXING; Global Giddiness, Glitz and Glamour
  • BOXING; Lewis Deflects, Dominates and Destroys Tyson
  • BOXING; Shaping Lewis May Be Steward's Defining Achievement
  • Bridging Cultures and Education
  • BRIEFING: DEVELOPMENT; ASBURY PARK PLAN
  • BRIEFING: EDUCATION; LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
  • BRIEFING: EDUCATION; SCHOOL AID FREEZE
  • BRIEFING: FINANCES; BOND RATING DROPS
  • BRIEFING: POLITICS; PRIMARY RESULTS
  • BRIEFING: PRESERVATION; HACKENSACK WATER WORKS
  • BRIEFING: THE ARTS; CROSSROADS THEATER
  • Bubba and Ol' Boris
  • BULLETIN BOARD; For Dad, Some Things That Go Beep
  • Bush and a Mideast Plan: Holding Back
  • Bush to Seek Unlikely Allies In Bid to Alter Clean Air Act
  • Bush Urges Immediate Work on Palestinian State
  • Business; A Cloth Man With an Iron Will on Trade Policy
  • BUSINESS: DIARY; Candy With a Lot of Spice
  • BUSINESS: DIARY; Want a Really Fine Wine? It Will Be Just a Few Years
  • BY THE WAY; Your Friend, the Universe
  • Can Target Thrive in Wal-Mart's Cross Hairs?
  • Careless, Weary Rebels Left a Trail for Philippine Army
  • Catfish and Big-City Networking
  • Census Finds 'American' Identity Rising in U.S.
  • Center-Stage Living, at Balcony Rents
  • Cheering the Nets, But Without Blushing; Fans Adjust to a Novelty: A Good Season
  • CHESS; Different Paths to the Top As the Twain Meet at Metz
  • Children's TV Catches Up With How Kids Watch
  • Climate Policy: Heat and Sparks
  • Commercial Property/Fauquier County, Va.; Flurry of Development at Former Intelligence Post
  • COMMUNITIES; Extra Innings?
  • Company In Trouble? Just Let Him Loose
  • Congress's Experiment Overseeing Spies
  • COPING; An Old Playground Beckons, And a Family Braves the Ghosts
  • Corrections
  • COUNTY LINES; Every Minute Counts
  • COVER STORY; Feeding the Urge to Stoke and Sear
  • Crime
  • The Crime Behind Every TV
  • Croatian Vacation
  • Cutting Class on Fridays To Cut School Budgets
  • CUTTINGS; Barberries Know No Bounds, Alas
  • CUTTINGS; Barberries, Loved by Many, Noxious to Others
  • DANCE; No Longer Defenseless, Dance Finds an Advocate
  • DANCE; The Man Who Makes It All Click
  • DANCE: THIS WEEK; Splicing Spiky And Romantic
  • DataBank; A Third Week of Declines, and Dejection
  • David Bowie, 21st-Century Entrepreneur
  • Debating Lawyers' Role In Malpractice Insurance
  • Democrats Protest Cuts in Police Program
  • Dept. of Political Security
  • DINING OUT; A Quiet Surprise a Block Off the Post Road
  • DINING OUT; Modern Fusion Dishes in a Historic Venue
  • DINING OUT; Steady Hands on Seafood Barge's Tiller
  • The Duckling Diaries
  • The Earnings Cult
  • ECONOMIC VIEW; Middle Path Emerges In Debate On Africa Aid
  • Editorial Observer; And in This Corner, Pataki vs. Pataki vs. Pataki vs. Pataki vs. Pataki
  • ENVIRONMENT; It Could Be the Air: Westchester Registers High Smog Levels
  • ENVIRONMENT; State to Buy Ski Area's Land To Preserve a Mountaintop
  • ENVIRONMENT; The Politics of Bears, As Tricky as the Biology
  • Evangelical Christians And Jews Unite for Israel
  • EVENING HOURS; Dressing Up
  • EXECUTIVE LIFE; You Hate Golf. Can You Ever Succeed?
  • Existence Precedes Essence. Yup!
  • Exploring An Icy World Full of Life
  • FATHER'S DAY PULSE: DAD; More Snap and Crackle for Pop
  • FATHER'S DAY PULSE: DA-DA; More Snap and Crackle for Pop
  • FATHER'S DAY PULSE: DADDY-O; More Snap and Crackle for Pop
  • FATHER'S DAY PULSE: FATHER; More Snap and Crackle for Pop
  • Faye Dancer, Free-Spirited Baseball Star, Dies at 77
  • Feeling Unable to Grow, Parrish May Go
  • Festival of Wrath
  • Fewer S.U.V.'s Would Aid Environment
  • FILM; A Minimalist's Multiple Napoleons
  • FILM; A New 'Cut' Only Deepens The Nostalgia
  • Film Can't Be Our Hamptons, Locals Say
  • Firing Salvos In the Testing Wars
  • FOLLOWING UP
  • FOOD; Burger Heaven
  • Footlights
  • For Democrats, An Understated Overachiever
  • For Many Near Nuclear Plant, Pills Are Not an Antidote to Fear
  • For Private Blossoms, It's a Day to Go Public
  • For the Auteur of Action, a Thoughtful Turn
  • FOR THE RECORD; Fastest Marathoner Trains Locally
  • FOR YOUNG VIEWERS; A New Cast of Castaways, With a Bit of the Old Grit
  • France Investigates a Terror Suspect
  • France Voting Under Far Right's Shadow
  • The Fresh Air Fund; Lessons on Country Life, With Tea and Rappers
  • FRONT LINES
  • FRUGAL TRAVELER; Drop by Drop, Savoring A Spanish Wine Region
  • F.Y.I.
  • The Gift That Moos
  • GOLF; Daniel Does Not Let Her Play, or Lead, Slip
  • GOLF: ROUNDUP; Jacquelin And Clarke Share the Lead
  • GOLF; Smith Ends Long Day at Westchester in Lead
  • GOLF; Wadkins Leads Senior P.G.A.
  • GOOD COMPANY; Well, Shut My Mouth, It's Southern Delights
  • GOOD EATING; Dad Wants Meat, O.K.?
  • Gotham When They Were Young
  • Ground Zero
  • THE GUIDE
  • Habitats/East Ninth Street; Texan Immerses Herself In the Joys of Manhattan
  • The Hangover Years
  • Harvard Rowers Sweep Yale
  • Heads I Win, Tails I Win
  • HIGH NOTES; Segovia Achieves Something He Couldn't in His Lifetime
  • His Own Private Island, And a Simple Chopper
  • Hitters' Parade
  • HOCKEY; Red Wings Win First Hockey Morning in Carolina
  • HORSE RACING; Early Stumble Dooms War Emblem's Triple Crown Bid
  • HORSE RACING: NOTEBOOK; Jockeys Walk Away From Spill, but a Horse Dies
  • HORSE RACING; Outcome Renders a Noisy Crowd Silent
  • HORSE RACING: ROUNDUP; High Chaparral Wins Epsom Derby
  • HORSE RACING; Ups and Downs End On High for McPeek
  • Houston Does Not Believe In Tears
  • How the Other Half Lives
  • How the Rent Numbers Add Up at Manhattan Plaza
  • How to Lose $850 Million -- And Not Really Care
  • Hundreds of Clergy Abuse Suits Filed
  • Ideas & Trends: Movie Moguls; The Two Faces of Lew: Last of the Old and First of the New
  • Ideas & Trends; Scoring Hits, Runs and Asterisks
  • Ideas & Trends; Too Much Information, Not Enough Knowledge
  • Idle Time After Enron
  • If School Is 'Cool,' Attitudes May Change
  • If You're Thinking of Living In/St. Mary's-by-the-Sea, Conn.; At Peninsula's End, a Waterside Enclave
  • Impostor Tried to Direct Rescue at Fallen Bridge
  • The Improbable Presidency
  • In Alaska's Bear Country
  • IN BUSINESS; Bananas. Click. Paper Towels. Click.
  • IN BUSINESS; How Do You Move Good Wine? Carefully. Very Carefully.
  • IN BUSINESS; Law Firm Wins Family-Friendly Award
  • IN BUSINESS; Mount Vernon Proceeds With Big-Box Development
  • In England, A Tranquil Landscape By Design
  • In Florida, a Bold Alligator Is a Dead One
  • In North Hempstead, District Voting Becomes a Partisan Issue
  • IN PERSON; Slugging It Out All These Years
  • In Poughkeepsie, for One of the Last Outdoor Picture Shows
  • In the Region/Long Island; A New Commuter Haven, 85 Miles From Manhattan
  • In the Region/New Jersey; A Condo Project for a Village's Seniors
  • In the Region/Westchester; Seller's Market Continues for Homes in the County
  • Indian Point Defense Reflects Voter Opinion
  • INDIAN SEES HOPE AS PAKISTAN HALTS KASHMIR MILITANTS
  • The Inheritance That Got Away
  • INSIDE
  • Inverted Priorities In Suffolk Land Policy
  • Investing; Bond Funds, Now Up to the Minute
  • INVESTING: DIARY; A Guide to College Savings Plans
  • INVESTING: DIARY; From S.E.C.: 'At Ease, Investor'
  • INVESTING: DIARY; Tyco Stock a Bargain? Some Still Thought So
  • Investing; Ratings for Unrated Farmer Mac Debt Create Confusion
  • INVESTING WITH: Bernard R. Horn Jr.; Polaris Global Value Fund
  • It's Up to Adults To Watch Out for Kids
  • JERSEY FOOTLIGHTS
  • JERSEY; War Is Hell. Then There's Town Ball.
  • JERSEYANA; Inside Einstein's Head
  • June 2-8: BUSINESS; INDICTED
  • June 2-8; COMING UP
  • June 2-8: ENVIROMENT; AIR REVIEW
  • June 2-8: ENVIROMENT; DELAYED OIL DAMAGE
  • June 2-8: ENVIROMENT; GLOBAL WARMING HEAT
  • June 2-8: INTERNATIONAL; 26 DIE IN LAND FEUD
  • June 2-8: INTERNATIONAL; HER MAJESTY'S A PRETTY NICE GIRL
  • June 2-8: NATIONAL; BISHOPS' DEBATE
  • June 2-8: NATIONAL; MORE GOTTI TROUBLE
  • June 2-8: NATIONAL; RETURNED
  • June 2-8: NATIONAL; SCHOOL DEAL
  • June 2-8: NATIONAL; THE VERDICT'S IN
  • Just How Far Can Parents Go To Teach Their Children?
  • Justice for Hoaxers' Threats Has a Court System Divided
  • Kashmiri Militants Angry at Being Blocked From India
  • Kingmakers Straggle Into Kabul, and Dealing Heats Up
  • THE KINKS; More Than 'Lola'
  • THE KINKS; Underappreciated
  • Korean Troops Are on Alert For World Cup
  • Lawyers Try to Improve Lot of Young Refugees
  • Learning to Work on Both Sides of the Camera
  • L.I. @ WORK
  • L.I. @ WORK; Global Partners: One in Hauppauge, One in Tonga
  • Life Becomes a Fishbowl For These Two Couples
  • LIFE'S WORK; A Pull Felt by Dads as Well: Staying Home
  • Litterbugs? Call the Cavalry
  • LIVES; Final Accounting
  • Living Less Large
  • LONG ISLAND JOURNAL; A Little Help for People Saying 'I Do' Again
  • LONG ISLAND VINES; Two Big Reds
  • The Love of Her Life
  • 'Making Sense of Life'
  • Man Kills 2 Colleagues at Paper, Police Say
  • MARKET INSIGHT; A Bull Is Taking One Step Back
  • MARKET WATCH; Far From Wall Street, Intel's Bad News Was No Surprise
  • Mercy Pleas and Other New Issues Arise in Challenges to Death Penalty
  • The Middle Of the Middle Class
  • More Details From the Botox Spa
  • MOVIES: CRITIC'S CHOICE
  • MUSIC; Adventurous Punk Of a Troubled Past
  • MUSIC; In a Spa Town, Music Gets Serious
  • MUSIC; They Called Him Ugly, and the Pain Is in His Music
  • MY JOB; Not Exactly for the Faint of Palate
  • My Son's Cemetery
  • MYTHS AND MAGIC; A Female Skill
  • MYTHS AND MAGIC; Awaiting a Change
  • The Nation: 5-to-4, Now and Forever; At the Court, Dissent Over States' Rights Is Now War
  • The Nation: Lessons From Enron; Greed Is Good, but Only Later
  • The Nation; Redrafting the Church's Rules on Redemption
  • The Nation: Tabula Rasa; The Myth of the Offenseless Society
  • The Nation; The Boom Was Real. But So Were Its Mirages.
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: BENDING ELBOWS; Kicking Up a Few Heels at the Frick
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: COUNTRY CLUB; No Sidewalks, Lawns Should Roll to the Curb
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: GOWANUS; The Canal Reverts (Briefly) to Its Malodorous Past
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: GREENWICH VILLAGE -- BUZZ; Need 500 Petition Signatures? Don't Stop There
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: HAMILTON HEIGHTS/SUGAR HILL; School-in-a-School as a Lure
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: MIDTOWN; An Appeal to Conscience in a Hit-Run Death
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: NEW YORK MODERNISM; A Campaign to Honor Buildings Some Love to Hate
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: NEW YORK MODERNISM; The Shock Of the New Took Place Every Day
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: NEW YORK NIGHTS; Shopping for Magic: The Prom Dress
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: RICHMOND HILL; And in This Corner, Tyson the Black Finch
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: RIVERDALE; Some Say a New School Harms a Nearly New One
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: UPPER WEST SIDE; A Newfangled Bank Run, With Old-Fashioned Mishaps
  • NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: WINDSOR TERRACE; A Gunshot? It's Just Act I At the House Down the Block
  • Neighborhood Still Battling To Reopen Polluted Park
  • Nets to Newark? A No Vote
  • New & Noteworthy Paperbacks
  • NEW YORK BOOKSHELF/MEMOIRS; The Flight of a Falling Cup, A First Glimpse of Glamour
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; A Russian Presence
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; Acute Nostalgia
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; Balanchine in Miami
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; Building on the Past
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; Full of Fire
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; No More Mystery
  • NEW YORK CITY BALLET; Pass the Torch
  • NEWS SUMMARY
  • No Tropical Paradise
  • No Windmills! Mini Golf Gets Serious
  • Not a Civics Lesson
  • NOTICED; Are You Laughing With Me, Jesus?
  • 'Nuclear Denial' Club
  • OFF THE SHELF; An Ivory Tower Embrace of Views in the Streets
  • The Old Home Team
  • ON BASEBALL; Bonds and Rivera Duel In the Ninth. Perfect.
  • ON POLITICS; How the Republicans Elected The Wrong Candidate. Again.
  • ON PRO BASKETBALL; Resistance to King Shaq Is Futile for Nets
  • ON THE PROWL
  • ON THE STREET; Model Guests
  • ON THE TOWNS; GOING OUT
  • ON WRITERS AND WRITING; Funny Girls
  • OPINION; Many Losses; Two Things Found
  • Our Towns; Mandatory Drug Sentences and a Mother's Long Journey Home
  • Out in the Open
  • OUTDOORS; Ever-Elusive City Fish: Been There, Done That
  • Paid Notice: Deaths ADELSTEIN, BERNARD
  • Paid Notice: Deaths AKSELROD, ESTHER D.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BAKST, JEROME HENRY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BALDWIN, CAROLYN THOMSON
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BARKER, NATALYA A.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BARKLEY, DAN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BIEGEL, CONRAD
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BILDNER, BERTRAM S., D.D.S.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BLACK, LILLIAN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BOSSE, MALCOLM JOSEPH JR.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BRODER, STEVEN R.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BUCKNALL, ANN MACY HAMILTON
  • Paid Notice: Deaths BURCHELL, GEORGE D.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths CIFARELLI, JEROME (JERRY)
  • Paid Notice: Deaths CRONIN, RAYMOND V., JR.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths DUBE, JACKSON E.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths DUNNE, MARIE P.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths EGERER, DR. KARL A.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths FIERTAG, ABE
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GERMAIN, WALLACE M.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GERSTMANN, JOYCE (NEE ALLEX)
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GOLDSTEIN, MARTIN H.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths GREELEY, ROBERT G.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KAHN, CECILE L. ''LILETTE''
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KATZ, ADAM JEFFREY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KAY, ALBERT, NEE KIZELSTEIN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KEAN, STEWART BARNEY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KENNY, MARGARET M.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths KREBS, ALBIN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths LEWIS, FLORA
  • Paid Notice: Deaths MARSHALL, FREDERIC
  • Paid Notice: Deaths MINCHES, LEONARD
  • Paid Notice: Deaths NICHOLS, STUART E. JR., M.D.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths REINSTEIN, CHARLOTTE CANTER
  • Paid Notice: Deaths RESTON, SARAH
  • Paid Notice: Deaths RISTINE, J. ROLLAND
  • Paid Notice: Deaths SOLOMON, HOLLY
  • Paid Notice: Deaths SWEENY, JOHN PAUL
  • Paid Notice: Deaths SWEET, HOWARD CLINTON, JR.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths TABAK, RONNIE
  • Paid Notice: Deaths TICINETO, FELIX L.
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WAAGE, JAN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WASSERMAN, LEW
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WIENER, SIVAN
  • Paid Notice: Deaths WIKLER, NORMA JULIET
  • Paid Notice: Deaths ZIMET, ARTHUR
  • Paid Notice: Deaths ZWIRN, BERNARD P.
  • Paid Notice: Memorials BRESLIN, ROSEMARY
  • Paid Notice: Memorials COMRAS, OSCAR
  • Paid Notice: Memorials FREEMAN, RALPH LEWIS
  • Paid Notice: Memorials GOTTLIEB, PAUL
  • Paid Notice: Memorials GOULD, LOIS
  • Paid Notice: Memorials NELSON, MILTON
  • Paid Notice: Memorials ROBINSON, THOMAS P.
  • Paid Notice: Memorials SHEPPARD, DR. H. L. (SHEP)
  • Paid Notice: Memorials WOHL, DAVID
  • Paid Notice: Memorials WOLOSOFF, MORTY
  • PAPERBACK BEST SELLERS: June 9, 2002
  • PERSONAL BUSINESS: DIARY; Prices Are Rising For Second Homes
  • Personal Business; First the College Diploma, Then the Internship
  • Personal Business; These Vacations Are on the House
  • Philadelphia Freedom
  • PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL
  • Pills for Neighbors of Nuclear Power Plant
  • Playing Know And Tell
  • PLUS: AUTO RACING; Ward Wins Closest I.R.L. Finish
  • PLUS: PRO BASKETBALL; Fewer Viewers For Lakers-Nets
  • PLUS: PRO BASKETBALL; The Liberty's Streak Ends at Four Games
  • PLUS: PRO FOOTBALL; Ex-Dolphin Sues Team Over Injury
  • PLUS: TRACK AND FIELD; HUDDLE WINS TWICE IN STATE MEET
  • PLUS: TRACK AND FIELD; Jones Wins the 100 Despite a Headwind
  • PLUS: TRACK AND FIELD; RECORD SET IN HAMMER THROW
  • PLUS: YACHTING; Illbruck Leads In Final Leg of Volvo
  • Police Struggle to Stop Headlight Thefts
  • Political Memo; Control of Schools May Test Mayor's Management Style
  • PORTFOLIOS, ETC.; Many Signs of a Recovery, Except Among Investors
  • POSTINGS: New Nursing Home Building in Riverdale; Getting Ready For Aging Baby Boomers
  • POSTINGS: Second Edition Heading to Bookstores; Condo Guide For Manhattan
  • Postmodern Conveniences
  • PRACTICAL TRAVELER; Renting a Car On the Continent
  • Private Sector; In a Hurry to Sell Bitter Medicine
  • Private Sector; It's a New Legal Jungle Out There
  • Private Sector; Qwest's Angry Shareholders Play 'Follow the Meeting'
  • Private Sector; Take Me Out to the Krispy Kreme
  • PRO BASKETBALL; After Two Games, Nets Starting to Show Cracks
  • PRO BASKETBALL; The Nets Need an Improved Effort From Just About Everyone
  • Protection on Doctor Bills
  • Q. & A.; Who Is Responsible for Replacing Windows at a Co-op?
  • Questioning I.R.S. Priorities
  • QUICK BITE/Red Bank; The Dogs Are Fine, but the Soup Is Stirring
  • QUOTATION OF THE DAY
  • The Real Trial of the Century
  • Redevelopment Goes Public: Workshops Produce Ideas
  • Reporter's Notebook; Amid Turmoil in Kashmir, Residents React With Calm
  • Rereader's Digest
  • Residential Sales
  • RESPONSIBLE PARTY/GLENN KUPFERMAN; Mary Poppins Might Like It
  • RESTAURANTS; The Sushi Belt
  • Rivalry Heating Up On Sunday Banking
  • RUNNING; Moroccan Sets Record in Mini Marathon
  • She's Back in Place That Makes Her Happy
  • Skakel's Lawyers Can Wage Campaign for Appeal on Several Legal Fronts
  • SOAPBOX; A Rolling Sitcom
  • SOAPBOX; Let the Circus Come to Town
  • SOCCER; Croatia Shocks Italy, Scoring the Final Two Goals
  • SOCCER; Reyna, Admired Abroad, Has His Critics at Home
  • Solo in Italy
  • SPINS; To One Part Rap and One Part Metal, Add Melody
  • Sport Looks for Respect
  • Sports of The Times; Agoos Finally Makes Pulsating Debut
  • Sports of The Times; Nets Go From Poverty to Misery to Glory
  • Sports of The Times; Prince Is a No-Show And So Is His Horse
  • Sports of The Times; Tyson Sent Tumbling Into 'Tomb of Doom'
  • Street News
  • Streetscapes/East 38th Street Between Park and Lexington Avenues; A Landmark Jumble of Styles
  • String Instruments
  • Taboo Against Nuclear Arms Is Being Challenged in Japan
  • TELEVISION/RADIO; When the Future of TV Was a Youngster Yelling 'Pow!'

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