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From Pillars to Post With Ben Bradlee

September 23, 1996

* Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of the Washington Post, talks about the Watergate investigation and other career highlights. Prodigy. Jump: CHAT

* Thursday, 7 p.m.: Country music singer Randy Travis goes online to talk to fans. America Online. Keyword: Oldsmobile

* Friday, 8:30 p.m.: Tune in for a broadcast from Bad Religion's "The Gray Race" tour live from the Palace in Los Angeles. The show begins with an interview with lead singer Greg Graffin. Internet.

* Sundays, 8 p.m.: After CBS' newsmagazine "60 Minutes" ends, discuss the show's topics online with 60 More Minutes, a service of KNX Newsradio. Internet.


* If you've got pennant fever, visit Total Dodgers ( You'll find an in-depth team history, bios of Dodger legends and statistics through the 1996 season of every player who ever wore a Dodger uniform. You can also chat with like-minded fanatics. For a bigger picture of major league baseball, visit

* Want to see if your favorite TV show has an Internet home of its own? There are more than 2,000 shows listed in this index, which covers every genre of TV entertainment. It's at

* If you're looking for a financial checkup, point your browser to Take the bankruptcy test to see if you're at risk, or use the financial calculator to find the true cost of purchases, including interest payments. There's also a 10-point guide on ways to prosper and avoid having to seek bankruptcy protection.

* Looking for a computer peripheral such as a modem, scanner or video card? Check out Price Comp ( to see if you're getting a good deal. The site lists some of the lowest prices for a variety of specific brands and models, along with phone numbers of low-cost vendors.

* Feeling on top of the world? Visit Arctic Circle (, a site that explores the natural resources, history and culture of the region, along with questions of social equity and environmental justice. The pictures tell a rich story too.

* At the Interactive College Resource Center (, you can find information on programs for associate, college and graduate degrees, management seminars and vocational training all over Southern California. Just select a subject and place and the database will present a list of programs. All classes are offered on nights and weekends to accommodate working adults.

* Fans of the local theater scene will go for Onstage at The site includes a listing of Los Angeles-area theaters, listings and reviews of shows, plus interviews with current stage stars, including Ralph Macchio of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."

* Affirmative Action and Diversity ( presents a range of opinions about affirmative action topics, such as quotas, recognizing merit and changing definitions of discrimination. Policy documents--such as court decisions and pending federal and state legislation--are also available.

* The World Wide Web is full of information from alternative news sources, and with DisInformation (, it's much easier to find. The site has direct links to sites on topics such as environmentally dangerous programs funded by the U.S. government and human rights abuses around the world. The site also has a mechanism for searching the rest of the Web.

* Finding and downloading computer software on the Net can be a daunting chore, but the new Filez site aims to take most of the pain out of the process. It is at

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