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Web Week

April 19, 2001


Chat--3:30 p.m.: Trick Pony, the honky-tonk trio, chats with fans about its live performances and what it was like to record with Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings.

Chat--6 p.m.: Tracy Hogg, author of "Secrets of the Baby Whisperer," offers help understanding the secrets of baby body language.


Classical--Midnight: Anne-Marie McDermott plays J.S. Bach's English Suite in A minor and Partita No. 2. This concert was recorded in Suffolk, on England's east coast.


Concert--3 p.m.: Celebrating 25 years as a recording artist, Si Kahn presents a program of songs about family work and freedom.


Chat--7 p.m.: Gloria Trillo, the Mercedes-Benz dealer played by Annabella Sciorra, answers questions about whether her guest role will lead to a collision in the Soprano household.

Auction--Ongoing: Now through May 6, the Boy Scouts auction boats at their sea base in Marina del Rey. There are paddle boats to 25-foot schooners.


Chat--10 a.m.: Lynne Rossetto Kasper, host of "Splendid Table" on Public Radio International, will discuss recipe repairs, dandelion petal sorbet and cheese vacations.


Rock--Noon: Weston hails from Bethlehem, Pa., and sings about high school crushes and how to turn that frown upside down. This audio Webcast was recorded at Fais Do Do in L.A.


Chat--Noon: Buy? Hold? Sell? Join Jonathan Steinberg and get the latest scoop on today's market movers.

Chat--3 p.m.: Chat with Gloria Steinem, Chitra Divakaruni, Eddie Bernice Johnson and Marie C. Wilson as millions of Americans celebrate Take Our Daughters to Work Day. America Online subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."


--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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