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Anthony Haden-Guest

April 9, 2012
Evicted!

Jogger shot after stealing his landlord’s model girlfriend. Disguised convict sneaks out of jail.

March 31, 1980 | Features
The Headmistress and the Diet Doctor

It was the last Friday of the term, and tinged with discontent.

September 11, 1978 | Features
Love and Death on the Upper East Side

". . . The first wave of newspaper stories splashed happily over the 'love triangle.' Older-guy-loses-girl-to-younger-guy . . ."

June 14, 2004 | Cityside
MoMA and the Mob

In a shed on the museum’s construction site, Carl Carrara painted a vivid, obscene picture of mob life—and the Feds taped it all.

February 9, 2004 | Feature
The Porn King in Winter

Bob Guccione pushed the soft-core envelope, building one of the most profitable porn empires in the world. Now he lives as a near-recluse in his townhouse, one of Manhattan’s biggest, which has been foreclosed on by his creditors. How Guccione was stripped.

January 12, 2004 | Intelligencer
The Hunger Artist

A jailed Basquiat faker goes without food so that he can make (and sell) art.

September 8, 2002 | Feature
Good-bye to All That

Notorious tippler-about-town Anthony Haden-Guest is finally sobering up -- if his friends will let him.

August 6, 2001 | Feature
The Double Dealer

High-end gallery owners all over the world used Michel Cohen to sell their Picassos and Chagalls -- secretly -- to each other. Then he disappeared with nearly $100 million of their money. Had they trusted the charming Frenchman too much? Or their competitors too little?

December 4, 2000 | The Culture Business
Horror Showman

How Lloyd Kaufman of Troma Entertainment (Class of Nuke 'Em High; The Toxic Avenger) became the city's leading B-movie auteur.

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