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Alex Morris

December 15, 2008 | Features
Gender Bender

More women are drinking, and the women who drink are drinking more, in some cases matching their male peers. This is the kind of equality nobody was fighting for.

June 30, 2008 |
Punk Like Them

Chasing a scene that no longer exists, they’ve created one of their own. A night out with the East Village’s summer street kids.

January 14, 2008 | Features

Only one thing stands between Alain Ducasse and world domination: New York. Now he thinks he’s finally figured us out.

December 24, 2007 |
3. Because We Proudly Harbor Illegal Immigrants

Go ahead, call us a sanctuary city. We take it as a compliment.

November 26, 2007 | Features
The Meaning of a Punch

Her father’s fists sent him to jail. Hers could make her famous.

October 23, 2006 | Features
The East Hampton Chain-Saw Incident

A swastika-loving 16-year-old, a Latino classmate, a bottle of vodka, and a power tool. The battle over immigration gets ugly in the shadow of wealth and privilege.

March 6, 2006 | Intelligencer
Scarlett’s Ex Carries a Torch Song

“Scars are in her name,” notes lovelorn rocker.

February 6, 2006 | Features
The Cuddle Puddle of Stuyvesant High School

Researchers find it shocking that 11 percent of American girls between 15 and 19 claim to have same-sex encounters. Clearly they’ve never observed the social rituals of the pansexual, bi-queer, metroflexible New York teen.

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