They’re young and hip, they’re New Yorkers, and they’re … Republicans. And they’ll write checks if they want to.
With a bloated payroll, an injured superstar, clueless management, and a perpetually hangdog look, the Knicks were basketball’s walking dead.
Readers sound off on celebrities gone wild and more.
Coping with co-worker crushes and music snobs; flirting with security; breaking up (with your colorist) is hard to do
Dethroned press lord Conrad Black is a Citizen Kane for our time—but what was his Rosebud?
Why Democratic Party animal and inevitable gubernatorial candidate Eliot Spitzer is spending so much time and energy in the state’s lesser precincts
Bella Blu’s hearty homemade minestrone soup maybe the best medicine for keeping winter at bay
Limited-edition Pumas, merino-wool pillows, and jelly sandals by Salvatore Ferragamo
A designers’ clubhouse grows in Brooklyn.
My mother gave me one of her best furs, but it’s a little too Dynasty for my taste. Is it possible to alter the style without ruining it?
The bottom line on the city’s richest hot chocolates
Deal of the Week: Contain your excitement: Colorful wastebaskets from the Container Store
Restored and enhanced, Gillo Pontecorvo’s 1965 Battle of Algiers is a stunningly provocative study of terrorism and the meaning of liberation
John Leonard reviews Degas and the Dance, Forbidden Iran, and more.
In Rose’s Dilemma, Neil Simon creates a ghost story trapped in the memory of his own past comic triumphs.
Alias gets a new chef and an evolving menu of full-flavored dishes; sublime Turkish specialties abound at Divane
David Blaine’s next stunt. Plus, Keifer Sutherland’s ba-humbug Christmas.
How would you wrap up the final season of Sex and the City?
Particularly if it’s prime meat. New Yorkers blithely brave the right sort of beef.
What darling children! Now, where’s the recycling bin?
It looks and feels like a shahtoosh, but it’s legal!
A jailed Basquiat faker goes without food so that he can make (and sell) art.
Timely new books about the old New Economy.
Spicy & Tasty: Flushing’s newly relocated Sichuan hotspot lives up to its name
This week: Jeepers Creepers 2, Out of Time, The Days of Wine and Roses, Ikiru, Sitcom
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