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July 26, 2001

Today

Chat--1 p.m.: Home decorating expert Kitty Bartholomew focuses on inexpensive and creative decor, with practical information on where to locate materials and how to use them. Learn how to decorate on the cheap. http://www.hgtv.com

Friday

Horse Racing--3:30 p.m.: This race is a feature of the 2001 Championship Meet at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey. The Webcast, part of "Internet: Inside Track," is delayed so you won't have a leg up at the betting windows. http://sports.yahoo.com

Saturday

Chat--8 p.m.: Astrologist Joyce Keller, a psychic and love expert, answers questions about what the stars say about life and the future. Join a live chat and also find out what's in the stars for Geraldo and Oprah. http://chat.yahoo.com

Sunday

Alternative Rock--Noon: The women of Nice Cat are new on the House of Blues scene. They have an album that is creating buzz and also opened for Rage Against the Machine. This audio Webcast was recorded July 1 at Edgefest at Molson Park in Barrie, Ontario. http://www.hob.com/onlinemusic/webcasts

Monday

Jazz--3 p.m.: Jazz pianist Marc Cary and his group, Indigenous People, present a rich history of African, Brazilian and Caribbean melodies. http://kennedy-center.org/programs/millennium

Tuesday

Chat--Noon: Michael Cain, a tin whistle musician in an Irish band, talks about soaking up literary history in the pubs of Dublin. Learn about Gaelic love songs. http://chat.yahoo.com

Chat--1 p.m.: It's summer. It's hot, and you want to eat healthful meals. Fast food on the run is fine once in a while, but it's hard to always eat well. Suki Hertz helps you prepare delicious meals. http://chat.yahoo.com

Chat--5:30 p.m.: Martin Galloway takes you deep inside a world of mystery and beauty--your yard. Chat with Galloway and learn about the work of such insects as the butterfly, ladybug, bumblebee and beetle. http://www.hgtv.com

Wednesday Classical--All Day: As part of the Bologna Chamber Series, instrumentalists from the orchestra of the Teatro Communale di Bologna perform Mozart's "String Quintet No. 6" in E-flat major and Turchi's "Metamorfosi." The orchestra is one of Italy's premier opera houses. http://classicalplus.gmn.com/webcasts/webcast.asp?id=553

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--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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