At the age of 83, Henry Kissinger is fighting another war. Only this time, he’s having a hard time articulating which side he’s on.
When a beloved pet goes missing, a Manhattan couple offers a $1,000 reward and an ex-con says he can lead them to their dog.
The horse race to (possibly) replace Hevesi.
Dylan union fight.
The whole East End’s for sale!
Busted by suspicious beagle.
Cheaper, girlier as a tabloid.
With the mercury plummeting, the city bundled up for a frosty week.
The Nets audition a troupe of old folks to grind to hip-hop during halftime (it’s not their favorite music).
Twenty years running the “gay Elks Lodge.”
The recently maligned country struts its stuff at a fashion show in Manhattan. Furry hats are in!
The new faces of West Village quasi fame.
Lou Dobbs, CNN’s merchant of outrage.
What parents need to survive a brand-new baby.
How to live as if it were the thirties, forties, and fifties, and three New Yorkers who actually do.
The H&M of shoes opens in Soho.
Jaki Batton of Burton Soho.
Store openings this week.
A couple talks about their marriage of personal styles.
Exploring the Left Bank of the Hudson.
Platt reviews a revamped Picholine.
Philadelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr invaded New York by spending $26 million on Morimoto and Buddakan.
How to make a fine salad of Asian pears.
A serious chef reigns in the kitchen of the optimistically resurrected Russian Tea Room.
Week of December 4, 2006: Pardo’s, Nespresso Boutique Bar, Charles’ Southern Style Kitchen, Da Enzo Ristorante.
Scientists claim that resveratrol— a minor component of red wine—turns mice into superathletes. Here’s where to get your daily dose.
What bonus season will do for the market.
He wasn’t quite the only poet left in Greenwich Village, but he may be the first (and last) one to have such a great apartment.
Four months after the owners put this co-op up for sale, it’s still a wallflower. Our panelists gave it a thumbs-up. So why won’t it sell?
Highlights from Ensemble Studio Theatre’s 35th anniversary celebration, where actors will be reading 35 new plays in 35 days.
At the multigenre venue that is Symphony Space, December really could be the most wonderful time of the year.
Two museums and a gallery celebrate the master draftsman and illustrator Saul Steinberg.
Inscribed books make a way-better impression under the tree than usual—and Barnes & Noble knows it.
High-end real estate for tots.
A literary baroness and her Tuscan court.
A wretched slasher flick with interesting geopolitical implications; remembering Robert Altman.
New on DVD this week: Clerks II, The Ant Bully, Superman Returns, Scoop, Azumi, and Pandora’s Box.
Q&A with the Spring Awakening composer.
A lunch with nervous genius Bill Nighy.
Thomas Pynchon—also a big-canvas guy.
Speaking of canvases, the Guggenheim celebrates the moody art of Spain.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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