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The Week Ahead by latimes.com

May 25, 2000|PATRICIA MARROQUIN

Today

* 6 p.m. Chat with the Bacon Brothers--Kevin and Michael--about their new CD, "Getting There."

http://beta.communities.lycos.com/live/events/bacons.asp

Friday

* 11 a.m. Join Jim Daly, editor in chief of Business 2.0, for an interactive presentation on "The 10 Driving Principles of the New Economy." Time, people and impulse are just a few of them; you'll have to tune in to find out the rest.

http://www.placeware.com/seminar/daly.html?jd1200

Saturday

* 5 p.m. From the comfort of your chair, watch the biggest award show in Asia, the Bollywood Awards. You'll view the red-carpet walks, the fashions and the speeches of India's brightest stars--and some of Hollywood's too. http://www.chaitime.com/bolly/awards/default.asp

Sunday

* 1 p.m. The PGA Tour heads to Dublin, Ohio, for the Memorial Tournament. Find out whether Tiger Woods can win it again.

http://www.golfweb.com/multimedia/radio

Monday

* 2 p.m. World-renowned clarinetist Antony Pay plays Mozart and Schumann at the Mainly Mozart Festival in San Diego. http://www.gmn.com/events/event.asp?id=167

Tuesday

* Noon Get ready for some globe-trotting as Travel & Leisure Editor Mario Mercado tells you who's performing which opera where, what's happening in international theater and where to find the best lively arts this summer in "Music and Arts Festivals Around the World." http://www.pathfinder.com/travel/TL/chat

Wednesday

* 7 p.m. Suspense novelist Barbara Parker talks about her new book, "Suspicion of Malice," which begins where "Suspicion of Betrayal" left off. http://www.talkcity.com/calendar/events/event6988.htmpl

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