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Arianne Cohen

January 21, 2008 |
Full-Volume Meditation

One woman’s search for peace, equanimity, and a perfectly pronounced om.

January 21, 2008 |
Retreats Around the Corner

Why schlep to the mountains or the islands when you can have a wellness weekend right in the city?

December 10, 2007
The All-Purpose Head Thingy

A Buff is a seamless, tubular piece of fabric that’s an all-in-one hat/scarf/bandanna/face mask/scrunchie/headband that can be styled to fit the current weather.

November 5, 2007 |
The Supermarket of Struggling Artists

Trader Joe’s figured out something that most city retailers have long taken for granted: A good way to keep the customers coming back is to hire a staff as alluring as the products on the shelves.

October 22, 2007 | Intelligencer
197 Minutes With the Vox Populi of the Upper East Side

Don’t throw their trash in their backyard.

July 16, 2007 | Intelligencer
Good-bye, Sailor

Mogul's megayacht won’t dock in New York.

July 16, 2007 | Intelligencer
Jersey Girls

Fouling out at the Nets dance team open-call tryouts. “You’ve got to sell it!”

June 11, 2007 |
A Yellow-Cab Driver

Taxis become economically attractive when the cost of paying someone to drive for you is less than the costs of storing your car.

June 11, 2007 |
A Drug Dealer

With data on petty drug dealers, the economist Steven Levitt has taught us that there is an abundant supply of people willing to work in the drug industry at near the minimum wage.

June 11, 2007 |
A Private Investigator

Lawyers, insurance companies, and private citizens hire McKeever for a base rate of $100 an hour.

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