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Check Out Our Chatter

Our new music page definitely has the right stuff. ] Today's issue of the Press features the debut of our new music page, Chatter, our attempt to bring some of the Web to the printed page. Besides a look at how New Kids on the Block spent their interregnum before re-forming last year, we've got the return of Local Motion - who's moving product at local record stores - selections from KTRU's Mutant Hardcore Flower Hour by DJ Rosa Guerrero, news bits on Scarface, Beyonce and AC/DC and a roundup of the most-visited Rocks Off entries last week. Join us next week - same time, same URL - for the best moments from Urban Cowboy and a lot more. - Chris Gray

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