March 01, 1998
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts March 1998 Current Issue
March 1998 Short Cuts
Making Music Together
How long does it take to teach a few hundred non-musicians to play a few bars of Beethoven? Conductor Boris Brott can do it in about 10 minutes. Here's how - and why meeting groups are finding rhythm.

Just Desserts
Why bother with the preambles when it's dessert that really counts. Expert advice on how to throw an all-sweets party.

Finest Food in the United States
Zagat Survey's picks for the best restaurants in 12 cities.

Health Beat: Unwrap Before Eating
The latest fad food - wrap sandwiches - pack in a lot of fat. In fact, a roast beef might be a healthier choice.

Fast Forward: Xencom's OHP-6000X Notebook
This laptop is compatible with those meeting room dinosaurs - overhead projectors.

Web Sites We Like
Brain teasers from The Kaplan Edge. Rand McNally's new travel store. The Family Travel Forum

Terminal bliss: Massage at the airport. Why you shouldn't serve loud food

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