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By Alan Kaufman Back Bay (October 2005), $13.95 In San Francisco writer Alan Kaufman's semi-autobiographical novel, Nathan Falk, a young New Yorker, has enlisted in the Israeli army. The war against the Palestinians, though, isn't quite as simple as it…
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House Of Tudor

They look harmless enough -- all wholesome haircuts, narrow hips, smooth chins, and gangly Midwestern charm -- but Chicago's Teenage Frames have ripped more than one petulant rock 'n' roll barfly off his or her favorite stool. Not by sheer…
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Tattoos and Taboos

You'd think that the Jewish community would celebrate the day when its young return to the fold, embrace their ethnic heritage, and speak out against anti-Semitism. But is it cause for celebration when the young are purple-haired, tattooed, tongue-pierced lesbians…
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Dog Bites

Block That Metaphor! Alan Kaufman, the poet/spoken-word promoter who ran the monthly readings at Borders on Union Square, has been dumped by the bookstore after going public with a dispute over whether poets could use a microphone. Or, as Kaufman…
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