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What happened on January 10, 1999

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  • "To be great, be whole," By Fernando Pessoa

  • Touch of Evil NEAL ASCHERSON, Neal Ascherson is the author of "The King Incorporated: Leopold the Second in the Age of Trusts" and "Black Sea," which received the 1996 L.A. Times Book Prize in history

  • If I Die Young, By Fernando Pessoa

  • The Incredible Vanishing Act of an American Icon SARAH VOWELL, Sarah Vowell is the author of "Radio On: A Listener's Diary" (St. Martin's Press) and a contributing editor to "This American Life" on Public Radio International

  • Our Town

  • Something Lost, Something Gained CATHERINE MULHOLLAND, Catherine Mulholland is the author of two local histories, "Calabasas Girls" and "The Owensmouth Baby: the Making of a San Fernando Town." She has just completed a biography of her grandfather, "William Mulholland and the Rise of Los Angeles," to be published in 2000 by the University of California Press

  • Mr. Big CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Charles Champlin was arts editor of The Times from 1965 to 1991

  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? WALTER ABISH, Walter Abish is the author of "Alphabetical Africa," "How German Is It" and, most recently, "Eclipse Fever."

  • The Mouse That Roared LINDSAY WATERS, Lindsay Waters is executive editor for the humanities at Harvard University Press

  • "No one, in the vast and virgin jungle," By Fernando Pessoa

  • Poem, By Fernando Pessoa

  • Wise Guy ANDERS STEPHANSON, Anders Stephanson is author of "Manifest Destiny: American Expansion and the Empire of Right" and a forthcoming book from Princeton University Press about American historians' treatment of the United States in global politics. He is professor of diplomatic history at Columbia University

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