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Guide to the Week Ahead by LATimes.Com / Events on the Internet

May 04, 2000|PATRICIA MARROQUIN

Today

* 8 a.m.: Chat with President Clinton about education and challenges facing students in a live Webcast from City Academy School in St. Paul, Minn., the third stop of his School Reform Tour.

http://www.channelone.com/pop/special

Friday

* 2 p.m.: On what would have been the late Tammy Wynette's 58th birthday, talk with her husband, producer-songwriter George Richey, about her life and music.

http://chat.yahoo.com/c/events/info

/2000/05/05/050500richey.html

Saturday

* 11 a.m.: Get a "Congressional View of the Net" when the WebTalkGuys interview Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.).

http://webtalkguys.com/coming.htm

Sunday

* 9:30 a.m.: "Race and Religion: A Volatile Combination" is the topic of discussion when Harold Lewis, who has written about African Americans' battle for recognition in the Episcopal Church, joins Fran Toy, the first Asian woman priest in the Anglican Communion. http://www.gracecathedral.org/webcast /web_index.shtml

Monday

* 7 p.m.: Find out about life in Arlen, Texas, from Peggy Hill (Kathy Najimy), homemaker and substitute Spanish teacher in the animated Fox series "King of the Hill." http://www.fox.com

Tuesday

* Noon: Get the latest news on air safety from Travel & Leisure Editor H. Scott Jolley, on the airport front.

http://www.pathfinder.com/travel/TL/chat

Wednesday

* 7 p.m.: T. Jefferson Parker chats about his new mystery book, "Red Light," sequel to "The Blue Hour." http://www.iuniverse.com /community/specialevents.asp

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