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September 14, 2000|PATRICIA MARROQUIN


* 10 a.m.: "Face to Face" features Nicholas Hall, founder of, a support group of sorts for individuals who have recently gone through or are going through a start-up failure.

* 4 p.m.: Acting coach Scott Glasgow, a teacher at Creative Acting Co., focuses on the practical aspects of getting started, such as photo head shots, auditions and unions.


* 10 a.m.: Fitness guru and author Bill Phillips will challenge you to turn your body and mind into a well-tuned machine when he discusses his "Body for Life" program.

* 1 p.m.: Get an inside look at presidential power from a veteran of four presidencies, David Gergen. He'll discuss his book, "Eyewitness to Power: Leadership Lessons From the Oval Office."

* 3 p.m.: Michael Imperioli and John Ventimiglia will not only sing the praises of their hit series, "The Sopranos," they'll talk about their new film, "On the Run." The movie's producer and director, Bruno de Almeida, will join the chat live from the New York premiere.


* 11 a.m.: Leveraging a brand is the topic of "The Webmaster Show," featuring guests Howard Meltzer of World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Inc. and Curtis Giesen of youth health-care site


* 3 p.m.: The Classical Brass Quintet performs from Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.


* 2 p.m.: Chat with actress Jennifer Morrison about her role as Amy Mayfield, who tangles with a campus serial killer in the upcoming film "Urban Legends: Final Cut."

* 7 p.m.: Dave Taylor, president of ITrack, an Internet auction tracking service, tells you how to get the most out of bidding, buying and selling online.


* 6 p.m.: Live from Sydney, Australia, announcer and Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines talks about how it feels to train and win in the Olympics, and which swimmers to keep an eye on in the Games.


* 11:30 a.m.: Just in time to beat the Oct. 15 final tax filing deadline, Eva Rosenberg--author and chief executive of you some "Smart Tax Moves You Can Still Make for 2000."

* 1 p.m.: Join a workshop on "Resumes That Work With Today's Technology," led by Susan Ireland, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Perfect Resume."

* 4 p.m.: Independent filmmaker Whit Stilman has expanded on his movie "The Last Days of Disco" with a work of fiction, similarly titled. You'll get a deeper look into the lives of such characters as Alice and Des.

* 5 p.m.: Attend opening night of the nation's oldest orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, featuring conductor Kurt Masur and soprano Kiri Te Kanawa.


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