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Neil Simon’s press agent gave him a kidney. What would you do for your boss?
Bridget Jones binges on self-help books.
Sick of Sound
Those decibels can be harmful to not just your hearing but your health.
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Ear for Detail
This fall sees a swell of filigree earrings.
Who else could run Martha Stewart, Inc.?
Emboldened by their strong currency, Europeans are swarming the city—but what sort of bargains are they finding? And just how attached are they to the Euro, anyway? Jada Yuan took to the rues to find out.
Le Tigre Burns Bright—and Blows Up
One Glass of Champagne, Lots of Esberitox
Veteran partygoer Helen Lee Schifter offers tips on weathering the party season.
Reporting for Duty
The Liza Minnelli Challenge
Does drinking really make you stronger? A test.
How to Fully Enjoy Mets vs. Yankees
Invade the enemy's ballpark
Nerdy found-sound duo the Books faces its biggest conceptual change: playing live.
Mary Matalin on Mary Cheney . . .
. . . Bill Clinton, Al Franken, and her foray into conservative-book publishing.
Sting Like an Oscar Nominee
Hilary Swank’s boxing coach talks about his other star clients—and has some ﬁghting words for Dubya.
The Worth of a Raise
Last month, the minimum wage in New York State rose from $5.15 to $6 an hour. Jada Yuan spoke with several minimum-wage workers about the change.
Intelligencer: February 7–14, 2005
New PAC attack tries to sink Hillary Clinton, Graydon Carter tosses Ellen Barkin a career life raft, Rev. Al Sharpto endorses Andrew Cuomo for NY State attorney general...
Vive La Laziness!
The Gallic Dilbert is about to hit our shores with her best-selling guide to subversive cubicle loafing. But is New York ready for this French lifestyle revolution?
Not the Marrying Time
Spooked by getting hitched in a “widow year,” Chinese couples are leaving the Chinatown bridal economy in the lurch.