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Meryl Gordon

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Medical Mystery

How did third-year med student Daniel Mason find time to write a stunning first novel set in Burma in 1886?

July 29, 2002 | Feature
Shrinking Feeling

On couches across town, patients are worried about the 9/11 anniversary -- and to make matters worse, here comes August.

July 22, 2002 | Feature
Hormonal Imbalance

Forget terrorism. New York's postmenopausal women have a new anxiety to conquer -- so break out the chocolate.

July 15, 2002 | Feature
Social Anxiety

Across the city, publicists and party promoters are nervously debating how to plan non-9/11 events around September 11.

June 3, 2002 | Feature
Comfort Food

David Emil ran the most lucrative restaurant in New York, the World Trade Center's Windows on the World. Next week, he's opening his first new venture since the tragedy: a brightly colored, Latin-themed, Times Square extravaganza called Noche. The two are as different as night and day. So is this business or therapy?

May 6, 2002 | Feature
Jane of All Trades

After years of being the woman behind Robert De Niro -- she produced Analyze This, Meet the Parents, Wag the Dog -- Jane Rosenthal is finally taking her star turn. This major Democratic Party fund-raiser, shopaholic, mother of two (did we mention that she creates children's books in her spare time?) has a plan to save lower Manhattan. It's called the Tribeca Film Festival.

April 15, 2002 | Feature
The Hors D'Oeuvre Tactician

Some say he's a Democrat, some say a Republican. But one thing is clear: He knows how to work a party.

March 18, 2002 | Feature
Living in the Shadow

Nightmares, psychosomatic illnesses, marital troubles, depression -- unprecedented numbers of New Yorkers are suffering from emotional problems related to 9/11. And if you're feeling worse now than you did last fall, you're not alone.

January 14, 2002 | Feature
Weld At Heart

Four years ago, he was governor of Massachusetts and a prospective GOP presidential candidate. Today, William Weld is living with his girlfriend in New York and has a novel coming out. Talk about your midlife crisis!

December 10, 2001 | Feature
Howard Lutnick's Second Life

Days after September 11, Cantor Fitzgerald's notoriously hard-edged CEO wept and promised a new mission: to take care of the families of his 657 dead employees. Then he stopped their payroll. It was weeks before he was prepared to make good on his promise. Was it a mistake? He still says no.

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