- April 26, 1999 | Feature
- The Boy Can't Help It
Eager provocateur and epic carouser Christopher Hitchens has started making some new enemies lately -- his friends. So what's troubling the media's biggest troublemaker?
- November 27, 2000 | Feature
- Media: No-Exit Polling
- June 15, 1998 | Feature
- Is this man ready for Prime Time?
This month, David Westin finally took the helm at ABC News, inheriting a division reeling from colliding egos and sagging ratings. But can a Jimmy Stewartish lawyer with no news experience restore the House that Roone Built?
- June 12, 2000 | Feature
- The Green Team
Twelve years ago, a trio of Wall Street upstarts founded the anti-establishment Robin Hood Foundation. So how did a guerrilla charity benefit become the hottest ticket in town?
- January 12, 1998 | Feature
- Little Big Man
A self-described short Jewish guy who slept through yeshiva and did stand-up in the Catskills, Ben Brafman has become one of New Yorks toughest defense attorneys, winning surprising acquittals for rather long-shot clients. Can he do the same for Daphne Abdela and Peter Gatien?
- November 29, 2004 | Feature
- Mickey Drexler’s Redemption
With the Gap, Mickey Drexler changed the way the world dressed. Then he was abruptly fired, and hired by J.Crew. Can the “merchant prince” make the cash registers ring again?
- 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.
- February 2, 2004 | Feature
- The Buddy System
Unlikely moguls Fisher Stevens and John Penotti are nicer than the brothers Weinstein but just as passionate about making movies. Will their studio, GreeneStreet, be the next Miramax?
- July 22, 2002 | Feature
- Hormonal Imbalance
Forget terrorism. New York's postmenopausal women have a new anxiety to conquer -- so break out the chocolate.
- October 5, 1998 | Feature
- No More Mr. Nice Guy
With the death of owner Glenn Bernbaum, the party's suddenly over at Mortimer's. Café society breaks out the black armbands and exorcises a friend's demons.