- October 13, 2003 | 2004 Race
- Gentlemen, Start Your Checkbooks
For Democrats, the race for the White House starts in posh Manhattan townhouses and co-ops, as New York’s money class takes the measure of the candidates and places its bets. Whose head was turned by Clark? Who’s sticking with Dean? Herewith, a scorecard.
- May 2, 2005 | Profile
- No Peace for Kofi
A father’s burden.
- 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.
- January 3, 2000 | Profile
- Ambassador A-List
U.N. ambassador Dick Holbrooke's hyperaggressive style has made him perhaps the country's most successful diplomat since Kissinger. And now he's using his glittering connections to bring the U.N. into the fabric of the city's social life.
- February 2, 2004 | 2004 Race
- The Money Trail
Edwards and Kerry supporters rejoice, Deaniacs fret, and Gephardt backers get wooed.
- February 9, 2004 | Intelligencer
- Cashing In on Kerry
“I’m a slave to his success.” Filmmakers and writers root for their man.
- February 16, 2004 | Intelligencer
- Oh, Bull(winkle)!
For the Dem press corps, it’s bad food, sleazy motels, and close encounters with moose.
- March 15, 2004 | Intelligencer
- Mobster Manqué
Veteran Robert Loggia alights in Soprano-land.
- December 5, 2005 | Feature
- Koppel’s Therapy
Is Ted Koppel still working out his anger issues? He has an idea for a new show called The F-ing Media.
- June 6, 2005 | Feature
- Duel at Sunrise
Diane Sawyer and ‘Good Morning America’ have all but closed the ratings gap with Katie Couric and ‘Today.’ How the former Ice Queen left America’s Sweetheart in a meltdown.