Kimora Lee Simmons, wife of hip-hop impresario Russell, is beautiful and brash.
James Joyce’s novel Ulysses traces the complex inner life of an ordinary Irishman through a single day, June 16, 1904.
New York high-schoolers, dressed to look more Brontë than Britney.
Readers sound off on the Kerry intern scandal, Judith Miller’s war reporting, the 9/11 widows and more.
City Council Speaker Gifford Miller, whipping boy?
Mel Karmazin jumped ship, giving the entertainment company a perfect chance to change its business model. Ad sales are out. Geeks are in.
How one man’s enduring obsession with pleasing women orally led to a mind-numbingly thorough how-to guide.
Making a living on the focus-group circuit
Hamilton’s Khaki King watch, a book for New York golfers, and Filson’s Outfitter bag
Sterling-silver-and-stone bangles on sale
In search of the perfect lobster roll
Introducing the new, international, American-friendly Booker Prize
The remade Stepford Wives lives down to its bad buzz
Monk misses its mark; The Simple Life returns
Audra McDonald gives a solo show at Zankel Hall
The Met celebrates an Art Deco master
PJ Harvey’s songwriting suffers on Uh Huh Her
American Ballet Theatre takes on the messy Raymonda
Ici brings fabulous French fare to Fort Greene
Ian Schrager, Aby Rosen, Andre Balazs, Gramercy Park Hotel, Brian McNally, Cafe Leibowitz, Herbert Muschamp and more.
If Bloomberg’s anti-noise campaign puts an end to that iconic jingle for good, how else might the ice-cream truck draw attention to itself?
If Michael Moore’s new film does record box office, he’ll have Bush to thank. How the president has been better for culture than the NEA.
Hairstylist Sally Hershberger (she of the $600 cut) moves into the $1,000 jean business.
Candles. Classes. E-meters. From Kabbalah to the Landmark Forum, self-improvement doesn’t come cheap.
Richard Hell remembers Robert Quine, the funny, angry, brilliant guitarist who played for him in the Voidoids.
This week’s openings include Matthew Kenney’s Pure Food and Wine, New York Burger Co., Solo and Highline.
DVDs released this week include: The Simpsons: Season Four, The Station Agent, Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Second Season and more.
Highlights of Subway Cinema’s action-packed New York Asian Film Festival 2004.
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