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Web Week

April 12, 2001


Rock--Noon: They Might Be Giants has released albums that have been consistently impossible to categorize. If you are a fan of blended smarts and silliness, be sure to catch this Webcast recorded at House of Blues Sunset Strip.


Classical--All Day: This Webcast presents chamber music gems from the Mainly Mozart Festival in San Diego. Tune in for Debussy's "Syrinx," Mozart's "Bassoon & Cello Sonata" and Wagner's "Siegfried Idyll."


Rock--Noon: Smashmouth, a top-40 band from California, has a unique, catchy 1950s style that has allowed it to avoid the sophomore jinx. Log on for its audio Webcast, recorded at House of Blues Chicago.


Basketball--2:30 p.m.: As the regular season winds down, the Lakers will try to prevent the Trail Blazers from turning the hat trick in their head-to-head competition. Tune in for this audio broadcast.


Chat--4 p.m.: The Lakers' Phil Jackson has reached the pinnacle of coaching success. Join the hardwood warrior as he discusses the lessons he has learned along the way. AOL subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."

Remodeling--4 p.m.: Henry Harrison will offer his expert advice on how to install a gas grill or build your own Adirondack chair. Log on for the latest innovations in building materials with this chat.


Cooking--1 p.m.: Grace Parisi will take questions on your Easter ham, lamb and holiday pastries.

Chat--6 p.m.: Soapcity is presenting a chat with two Emmy nominees: David Tom and David Lago of "The Young and the Restless." Both have been nominated for outstanding younger actor in a drama series.


Chat--2 p.m.: William Burns will answer your general stock market, financial planning and mutual fund questions.

Auction--Through Noon: There is still time to get in on the bidding on memorabilia from the movie "Joe Dirt." Late additions include two signed movie posters.

--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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