- July 21, 2003 | Feature
- Rocky Mountain Fervor
McMansions on the Shawangunks?!? Ulster County revolts against its local squire.
- April 10, 2000 | Feature
- REAL E$TATE 2000:
Why some of New York's richest people are throwing off the tyranny of co-op boards and migrating to a new world of ultra-luxe, ultra-expensive condominium buildings.
- October 8, 2001 | Feature
- Exit Strategies
Buying a parachute or a gas mask might seem paranoid -- but some folks aren't taking any chances.
- May 13, 2002 | Feature
- Social Planner
Amanda Burden, the head of the city planning commission, is the new-look Bloomberg public servant: monied, socially connected, with a sharply honed aesthetic sense. And -- let's not forget -- a highly ambitious agenda.
- October 13, 2003 | Intelligencer
- The School Glossy
A Trinity senior (with a little help from Dad) launches a mag for private-school kids.
- January 13, 2003 | Feature
- Generation Sexless
No sex, please -- we're married! Between the kids and the economy, it's no surprise that New Yorkers' libidos are shrinking faster than their 401(k)s.
- August 13, 2001 | Feature
- Country Justice
John Bradley, one of Ulster County's largest landowners, is no stranger to local quarrels. But when he brought harassment charges against opera critic Manuela Hoelterhoff -- for a rather cutting threat she made concerning his private parts -- he may have finally met his match.
- December 10, 2001 | Feature
- Living With Less
The Recession may not be as scary as some of the things the city has faced recently -- which is not by any means to understate its effect on our lives. There's some comfort, however, in the fact that we're not in this alone.
- April 19, 2004 | Feature
- Tot Therapy
Feeling the pressure from the city’s elite schools, New York parents are having their toddlers see professionals for idiosyncratic speech and clumsiness. But the cure may be worse than the disease.
- July 19, 2004 | Feature
- Upper-Class Warfare at the Met
The Met’s expansion plan has touched off a rebellion among the museum’s well-heeled neighbors—and set its current director, Philippe de Montebello, against his raging predecessor, Thomas Hoving.