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Craig Horowitz

September 29, 2003 | Feature
Israel's Christian Soldiers

Citing Scripture, Evangelical Christians have taken up the cause of preserving Israel with a passion—no matter how many liberal Jews find their unlikely devotion unsettling.

July 28, 2003 | Feature
An Un-Orthodox Divorce

Chayie Sieger accused her husband of adultery and battery. Then, after a rabbinical court ruled against her, she accused the rabbis of taking bribes. Is she unstable, as her opponents allege? Or is something rotten in Borough Park?

June 30, 2002 | Summer Fun
Get Your Motor Running

The BMW K1200RS isn’t just the summer’s best motorcycle—it’s the best motorcycle I’ve ever thrown a leg over

June 2, 2003 | Feature
An Inconvenient Woman

Fired from her job as a U.S. customs agent, Diane Kleiman has filed a lawsuit against her former employer with explosive allegations of anti-semitic slurs, corruption, and possible theft. But it’s her charges of lax airport security that make it a case everyone should worry about.

April 7, 2003 | New York Magazine's 35th Anniversary
Brooklyn Burning

The Riot in Crown Heights set the stage for Giuliani’s election—and taught the current NYPD commissioner how not to handle a crisis.

April 7, 2003 | New York Magazine's 35th Anniversary
Jack Stat

Brilliant, eccentric Jack maple rewrote the book on fighting crime—with maps and statistics.

February 3, 2003 | Feature
The NYPD's War On Terror

Frustrated by the lack of help from Washington, police commissioner Ray Kelly has created his own versions of the CIA and the FBI within the department. So how will we know if he has succeeded? If nothing happens.

November 4, 2002 | Feature
Rx For Bioterror

Since September 11, hospitals have been upgrading their disaster response. but when a man walked into Beth Israel Hospital in Brooklyn with a smallpox-like rash, the ensuing drama showed how far the system had come -- and how much remained to be done. A progress report.

August 12, 2002 | Profile
Fool for Love

The headline could have read BRAINLESS MAN IN TOPLESS BAR. How did an Orthodox Jewish lawyer and family man fall so hard for a Scores stripper that he invited her to his kids' bar mitzvahs? There's more -- and less -- to this story than meets the eye.

July 15, 2002 | Feature
How Harlem Got Its Groove Back

Can Harlem's future be built on its history? George C. Wolfe, whose Harlem Song just opened at the Apollo complete with tourist-friendly marketing plan, is the latest to make the attempt. But, as always, not without controversy.

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