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The Week Ahead on the Web

November 09, 2000


Money--7 a.m.: Deborah Wardwell discusses tax management.

Disabilities--3 p.m.: Actor and activist Christopher Reeve discusses the work of his Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation and its new campaign to raise funds for medical research.

Techno--6 p.m.: Fatboy Slim (a.k.a. Norman Cook) previews his new CD, "Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars," and takes questions.


Movies--Noon: An interview with Carl Brashear, the first African American to become a master diver in the Navy. His story is the basis of the new movie "Men of Honor." _Arts

Rock--4 p.m.: Fred Durst of the band Limp Bizkit chats and takes questions.

Pop--5 p.m.: It was bound to happen--now relatives of the Backstreet Boys are putting out records. Aaron Carter, little brother of Nick Carter, chats about his own CD and tour.


Rock--Noon: Stroke 9, a San Francisco group that worked with former Talking Heads member Jerry Harrison on its debut album, headlines a show also featuring Splender and SR-71.


Country--Noon: Billy Ray Cyrus is the featured performer in a concert from the House of Blues.


Soul--1 p.m.: Sade, who had huge hits with "Smooth Operator" and "Sweetest Taboo" has been out of the limelight for some time. She discusses her first CD in eight years. AOL members, sign in at keywords "AOL live."

Oldies--5 p.m.: Badfinger had some big hits, such as "Come and Get It," but will probably always be known as a band that tried to achieve a Beatles-like sound with limited success. Promoting its release of a "Very Best" album, its members give a live chat.

Folk--4 p.m.: British singer-songwriter John Wesley Harding, who has been described as an "outlaw folkie," performs songs from his new album. _Arts


Rap--10 a.m.: The duo behind Jurassic 5--Zaakir and DJ Nu-Mark--chat about the West Coast rap scene. --Arts

Money--2 p.m.: Hedge fund manager Jim Cramer shares his insights. AOL members, sign in at keywords "AOL live."

Country--5 p.m.: Young Billy Gilman, who has a sweet voice and a sincere manner, chats about his new Christmas CD.

Salsa--6 p.m.: The current superstar of the salsa crossover scene, Ricky Martin, gives a chat. AOL members, sign in at keywords "AOL live."


TV--5 p.m.: It seems as though everyone in the "Felicity" cast gets her or his own Internet chat. This time it's Amanda Foreman, who plays Meghan.

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