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Meryl Gordon

March 24, 2003 | Feature
Hey, Mr. Producer

As Chicago moves into the home stretch of its Oscar campaign, Marty Richards recalls his life as a starstruck producer, his loving marriage to an American heiress who knew he was gay, and the 27 high-flying years (those Gin Lane parties!) it took for his Broadway hit to triumph on the silver screen.

February 24, 2003 | 2004 Race
The Unlikely Rise of Howard Dean

The five-time governor of the Ben & Jerry's state is actually a product of Park Avenue, an outspoken critic of war against Iraq, and suddenly, a Democratic presidential force.

January 13, 2003 | Profile
Cinderella Story

Jaws dropped when unknown author Julia Glass beat a field crowded with literary luminaries to win the National Book Award for her debut novel, Three Junes. Why haven't we heard from this 46-year-old West Village mom before now? Just call her a late bloomer.

November 18, 2002 | Feature
You Go, Joe

Al Gore's choice of Connecticut senator Joe Lieberman for vice-president was about the only thing that went right with that campaign. Now Lieberman aims to make history at the top of the ticket -- if only Gore would step out of his way.

November 4, 2002 | Feature
Cantor Fizzle

Howard Lutnick's 9/11 book was going to be this fall's blockbuster. Now it's coming out in January -- without his name on it.

September 15, 2002 | Feature
The Lives Left Behind

For four widows, the one-year mark brings a fresh spasm of grief -- and a realization that they've somehow figured out how to carry on.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Out-of-Control Freak

In her new sitcom, Bonnie Hunt gets a little hyper on both sides of the camera.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Guilty Pleasures

You may not admit you read these authors, but we know you do, so sit back and enjoy.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Child's Play

In Summerland, Michael Chabon is going after a whole new audience.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Worth the Wait

A decade after her first hit novel, The Secret History, Donna Tartt is back.

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