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Jada Yuan

April 8, 2002 | Top Five
Baseball Books

Being a true fan is all about knowing more than your neighbor. And this season's books mean you'll start the year with more to say than the guy next to you at the stadium -- or that interloper from Oakland with the fat contract.

March 4, 2002 | The Big Question
Lit Happens

A year after Chicago's librarians and booksellers chose To Kill a Mockingbird as the book to bring the city together, a similar group of literary busybodies has taken up the cause in New York . . .

February 18, 2002 | Feature
Chocolate Desserts

A Valentine's staple, chocolate is said to be a natural opiate that simulates the feeling of being in love. These sweets are calculated to rev up romance -- or at least make you so happy that you won't know the difference.

November 26, 2001 | Feature
Wrap Stars

Who says you can't judge a gift by its wrapping? In a season when the thought counts more than ever, express your affection from the outside in, with artful presentation. Here, five New York designers help you think out of the box.

September 17, 2001 | Sales & Bargains
Central Perks

Who says you have to skip town to satisfy your outdoorsy side? Here, a girl's -- and guy's -- guide to climbing, biking, bird-watching, and, yes, fishing. All in Central Park.

September 17, 2001 | Sales & Bargains
Picks of the Week
September 10, 2001 | The Big Question
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If you could go back to high school, what would you change?

August 27, 2001 | The Big Question
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Whom would you clone, and why?

August 20, 2001 | The Big Question
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Where would you take George W. Bush on vacation?

August 13, 2001 | The Big Question
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Now that Clinton's in Harlem, what should he do to be a good neighbor?

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