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Eric Konigsberg

June 16, 2014 | Features
Woo Cho Bang Bang

Join a gang, shoot a classmate, go to jail for a few decades: business as usual for some kids in Brownsville, murder capital of New York City.

March 25, 2013 | Intelligencer
Snapchat’s Winklevoss

Frat guy says bros cut him out of app fortune and fame.

April 25, 2011 |
The Ambassador of Nowhere

When Yemen’s U.N. Ambassador quit during the troubles, he lost his job, his country, his mansion, his well-fed chauffered life. But what he kept was more important.

February 1, 2010 | Encounter
240 Minutes With Joshua Ferris

His first book was about the many ways in which the marketing Establishment tormented its cubicle slaves. The second shows that torment can just as easily come from within.

June 19, 2006
Why Damon Dash Hates Mondays

He has a $400,000 car, a cook, a butler, and 1,300 pairs of sneakers. He gives his once-worn socks to charity. But when Jay-Z, his friend and partner, pushed him out of the company they founded, he realized what money can’t buy.

May 9, 2005 | Feature
Matthew Marks's Top Ten
May 9, 2005 | Feature
Marks Nabs Johns

How gallerist Matthew Marks bagged the flag man and became the new Leo Castelli.

March 26, 2001 | Feature
Border Crossing

Away from it all, and then some, in rural Mexico

June 19, 2000 | Feature
The OB-GYN Who Loves Women

Dr. Niels Lauersen is so charismatic that patients flocked to his insurance-fraud trial. But investigators are asking: Just how good a doctor is he?

February 28, 2000 | Feature
Goy Vay

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach thinks Michael Jackson can help rebuild his religion. The Kabbalah Center sells Hebrew holy water. Makor, on the Upper West Side, offers talks on finding "The Jewish Buddha Within." Welcome to the new -- not strictly kosher -- world of Judaism.

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