- December 2, 2002 | Strong Medicine
- Caveat Emptor
Even in a city with some of the world's best hospitals, medical mistakes occur, some of them tragic. But there are common-sense ways to minimize your risk.
- March 25, 2002 | Strong Medicine
- Cut-Rate Work
You know the boldfaced names and their boldfaced plastic surgeons, but did you know that many of those docs supervise excellent work in hospital clinics (at belowPark Avenue fees)?
- February 24, 2003 | Strong Medicine
- Follow the Money
One doctor uses the price of a slice to set his fees, but for most in the growing fee-for-service world, setting the cost of a visit is a weird alchemy of patient demand, experience, and real estate.
- June 10, 2002 | Best Doctors
- The Doctor Dilemma
New York City has more M.D.'s than anyplace else on the planet. So why is the right one harder to find than a rent-controlled six on Central Park West? It needn't be -- you just have to know WHERE to look.
- October 21, 2002 | Theater
- Taking a Chance on Amour
Director James Lapine is more at home with Sondheimian ambivalence than with pop trifles like Windmills of Your Mind. So why did French songsmith Michel Legrand pick him to stage a romantic cream puff about a man who walks through walls to get the girl?
- January 3, 2000 | Feature
- Shall We Dance?
Ten years after taking over the American Dance Theater, Judith Jamison -- Alvin Ailey's astonishing muse -- celebrates with a Kennedy Center Honor.
- July 10, 2000 | Feature
- She Said What?
In Rebecca Gilman's shocker of a play, Spinning Into Butter, a white do-good dean finally explodes in a racist tirade. Get ready to squirm.
- November 15, 1999 | Feature
- Knock on Wood
A movie star wonders: Is there room in this town for more than one Woody?
- April 20, 1998 | Feature
- Eager Diva
Bred for the footlights as if Broadway really mattered, Melissa Errico channels the spirit of Cole Porter in High Society.
- May 15, 2000 | Feature
- What's My Line?
Bruce Vilanch has been feeding funny words to big stars for years. With Almost Famous, he finally gets his own say.