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September 28, 2000|PATRICIA MARROQUIN


3 p.m.: Jerry Bruckheimer will answer questions about the 30-plus movies he has produced ("Beverly Hills Cop," "Top Gun"), including his latest, "Remember the Titans."

* 8 p.m.: Talk about politics, activism and feminism with Gloria Steinem. 00/09/28/092800steinem.html


* 10 a.m.: If you're tired of staring at your cubicle walls or if you've forgotten what a tree looks like, join adventurer Bruce Northam, author of such books as "In Search of Adventure: A Wild Travel Anthology," for tips on how to escape the rat race and regain some peace of mind in the hectic workplace.

* 3 p.m.: Chat with actors Katharine Ross, Barry Corbin and Charlene Tilton live from the Cripple Creek Film Festival in Colorado.


* 2 p.m.: Tune in for live commentary as David Toms defends his title in the third round of the PGA Tour's Buick Challenge in Pine Mountain, Ga.


* Any time: You can "Hear the Horror" day or night, all month. YesterdayNow Internet Webcasts will present hours of classic horror and sci-fi broadcasts from the Golden Age of Radio.

* 6 p.m.: Farrah Fawcett talks flicks with Tim Reid, the Movie Guy.


* 4 p.m.: Ask country music veteran Charley Pride how he feels about being chosen for inclusion in the Country Music Hall of Fame. html/login.html


* 8 a.m.: Participate in the official GirlGeeks TechiesDay Webcast. The five-hour event will feature speakers from Intel, Hewlett-Packard,, DoubleClick and PBS. Among the panel discussions are "Illegal on the Internet: One Click Away?" with Hank Barry, interim chief executive of Napster, and "Cutting Edge Jobs: What Will It Take to Get One?"

* 5 p.m.: Martha Stewart Living's crafts and food editors treat you to some devilishly clever Halloween ideas--from mask making and makeup techniques to homemade treats and costume accessories.

* 6 p.m.: Watch Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore debate live from Boston.


* 3 p.m.: Watch the Elm City Ensemble, which has won top prizes in four national chamber music competitions, as the troupe performs live from Kennedy Center in Washington.


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