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Web Week

April 26, 2001


Space Chat--9 a.m.: If you have ever dreamed of breaking Earth's boundaries, take this opportunity for a virtual journey into space. Learn about spacesuit design, Newton's law of gravity, space-shuttle docking and life on Mars.


Chat--6 p.m.: Join this chat and experience the psychic powers of Sylvia Browne.


Classical--3 p.m.: Jamaican classical pianist Paul Shaw will perform music representing the many cultures of Africa.


Sports--2:30 p.m.: The Los Angeles Lakers will be in Portland for the third game of the first-round defense of their championship title against the Trail Blazers.

Country--Noon: Eight million records sold and two Grammys are among the highlights of Dwight Yoakam's career. Enjoy the cowboy's hard-driving, old-school country on this video Webcast recorded Nov. 12 at Universal Amphitheatre.


Chat--Noon: Chat with Kitty Bartholomew as she offers decorating tips for outdoor rooms from patios to porches. This also will be a celebration of Earth Day, with emphasis on using recycled goods.

Chat--4 p.m.: Country star Lee Ann Womack scored a sensational success with her album "I Hope You Can Dance." Chat with her about her rocketing career and future plans. AOL subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."


Travel--Noon: In this chat, David Charles Abell of will discuss the sights and sounds of a European musical adventure.

Chat--1 p.m.: Learn about artisanal cheeses and heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables. Patrick Martins, president of Slow Food USA, will talk about the Slow Food movement to preserve culinary diversity.


Chat--2 p.m.: Martin Fridson will talk about his book, "How to Be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies From the Titans of Wealth."

--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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