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Logan Hill

May 7, 2001 | Feature
Whitehead Revisited

After winning comparisons to Pynchon and Morrison, writer Colson Whitehead returns to skewer the culture of myth-making with the savagely funny John Henry Days.

March 19, 2001 | Feature
And the Whiner Is . . .

An Oscar nomination and a new play opening this week haven't exactly cheered up crabby writer-director Kenneth Lonergan. For one thing, he doesn't have time for Ping-Pong anymore.

March 5, 2001 | Feature
Cult Hit: Salinger's Stage
November 6, 2000 | Feature
Gettysburg Gothic

The kitsch Ken Burns left out

September 11, 2000 | Feature
Fall Preview: Books / Vidal Statistics

After 75 years, 23 novels, and hundreds of essays, Gore Vidal melds great events with his own life story as he winds up a seven-book novel of U.S. history. But that doesn't mean he approves.

July 24, 2000 | Feature
The Accidental Icon

While Lincoln Center surveys the singular career of Meredith Monk, the original artist-without-borders (composer, dancer, poet, cultural provocateur) keeps reinventing "the new."

June 5, 2000 | Feature
Nightlife: Games People Play

Times Square's new arcade is friendly, bright, and open all night. And after midnight, House of the Dead 2 is Make-out City.

March 13, 2000 | Feature
Hot Wheels

Biking and more in the Hudson Valley

March 13, 2000 | Feature
Swept Away

Post-hurricane pleasures in the Dominican Republic

January 10, 2000 | Feature
Junior Achievement

New York's favorite political son is now leading 20/20's Gen-X revision. But has Chris Cuomo really given up the family business?

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