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Stephen Rodrick

February 18, 2008 | Features
Dead Man’s Float

The hedge-funder Seth Tobias was found dead in his pool. His hard-partying wife has been accused of his murder by her internet psychic, who also says the hedge-funder was having an affair with a male stripper named Tiger. And it just gets more sordid from there.

July 30, 2007 | Features
The Actor

Fred Thompson bills himself as a true southern conservative and a plain-ol’-folks regular guy. But is he just playing a part?

April 16, 2007 | Features
Limbaugh for Lefties

Keith Olbermann fumbled his way through sportscasting and talk-show gigs with varying degrees of success. Now he’s found his niche as a truth-telling, Bush-bashing accidental liberal hero.

March 5, 2007 | Features
Rudy Tuesday

It’s a long way from 9/11/01 to 11/04/08. New Yorkers may be surprised by how far Rudy Giuliani has come already. But that’s only because we know him.

December 25, 2006 |
Because Our Five-Foot-Eight Point Guard Can Block Your Seven-Foot-Six Center’s Shot

Fortunately, the Knicks have a lovable midget of a sideshow in Nate Robinson. Just seeing Robinson on the court, a David among a gaggle of Goliaths, is entertaining.

December 25, 2006 |
Because No One, No Matter How Rich, Talented, and Beautiful, Can Win Our Love Until They Earn It

We can delight in other people’s pleasure as much as we can revel in their pain. Let’s say A-Rod has a monster season next year. Let’s say he hits, oh, three home runs in a World Series game in October. The applause will be thunderous. The Boss will be all smiles.

November 13, 2006 |
Three... Two... One...

Isiah Thomas has one last shot.

October 2, 2006 |
Who Owns New York?

Subway Series: The rematch.

July 24, 2006 |
Tom Quixote

Is Suozzi’s campaign against Spitzer a profile in courage or self-destruction?

April 3, 2006 |
And an Idiot Shall Lead Them

Johnny Damon may or may not deliver the Yankees to the promised land, but he’s their most likable savior in years.

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