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Web Week

March 29, 2001


Rock--Noon: Old-school hip-hop and electronica describe Linkin Park. The group appears on a Webcast recorded Feb. 2 at House of Blues Las Vegas.

'80s punk--4 p.m.: Remember the fun and joy of the Go-Gos' melodies? The band chats and answers questions. AOL subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."

Classical--All Day: David Atherton conducted this lighthearted concert of Cimarosa and Mozart at the 1999 Mainly Mozart Festival in San Diego.


Classical--All Day: Yo-Yo Ma performs the Elgar Cello Concerto and Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Cellos.

Gardening--1 p.m.: John Cretti of "The Winter Gardener" helps you find some cool tools for your garden, the best way to use them and how to find out when spring temperatures are coming to your neck of the woods.


Classical--3 p.m.: The J.H. Blake High School String Quartet, winner of the Young Artists in the Community award, performs classical works.

Pop--6 p.m.: Hooverphonic, since the addition of Geike Arnaert, has solidified its identity and produced two more records. This single-showing Webcast was recorded on Oct. 13 at House of Blues Chicago.


Rhythm & Blues--10 a.m.: Genuwine, one of R&B's smoothest crooners, gives a world premiere of his new album, "The Life."


Chat--All Day: Joseph Hallinan, author of "Going Up the River: Travels in a Prison Nation," discusses how prison building has become one of America's biggest growth industries.


Cooking--1 p.m.: Food and Wine master chocolatier and pastry chef Jaques Torres gives tips for fine-tuning your chocolate-making and confections techniques.


Chat--Noon: Is it time to bulk up on Krispy Kreme or dump Waste Management? Tune in for this chat with Jono Steinberg of Individual Investor magazine as he helps you plan your next stock moves.


--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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