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Meryl Gordon

September 4, 2000 | Feature
The Pasta Connection

Da Silvano may not be the fanciest restaurant in New York, and it's far from the hippest, but under the manic supervision of its owner, Silvano Marchetto, it's quietly remained the trattoria of choice for the city's media, fashion, and art-world elite for 25 years.

June 26, 2000 | Feature
Restaurants: Gold-Plate Special

Groveling will get you nowhere, New York: Three-star-Michelin man Alain Ducasse isn't going to seat you until he's good and ready.

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?

March 20, 2000 | Feature
Politics: Going Cold Turkey

McCain-besotted reporters take his defeat one day at a time.

March 6, 2000 | Feature
Politics: Voice of the Knick
February 14, 2000 | Feature
Bradley's Other Woman

Gina Glantz is the point guard on the Jersey boy's team.

January 10, 2000 | Feature
Table Stakes

A futuristic reincarnation of the Brasserie -- once the hippest restaurant in midtown -- is rising from the ashes in the Seagram Building, the work of a pair of cutting-edge architects and a restaurateur ready for his star turn.

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.

July 12, 1999 | Feature
Crashing the Party

The convention's more than a year away, but the Gore and Bradley camps are already waging a townhouse-to-townhouse fund-raising war in Manhattan. Gore may have the Establishment clout, but Bradley's got the excitement. . . . Say what?

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?

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