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Zev Borow

January 22, 2007 |
Get Drill-Sergeanted

What felons learn from boot camp.

November 29, 2004 | Feature
Will The Last Hipster Please Turn Out The Lights?

New York cool dies its thousandth death. A satire.

April 3, 2000 | Feature
The Vinyl Frontier

Top D.J.'s like Armand Van Helden don't just mix music. They create parties, make hits, and charge a fortune. And they get rock-star treatment everywhere their first-class tickets take them -- except at home in New York.

December 6, 1999 | The Culture Business
Getting Smart

Once a perennial also-ran, Showtime has climbed to the top of the cable heap with a daring new strategy: making good TV.

March 16, 1998 | Feature
Big Shot

At 23, Larry Meistrich launched SoHo’s hottest film company witha mix of no-frills financing and extravagant chutzpa. But will that be enough to construct a lavish Hollywood-style studio in, uh, New Jersey?

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