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Kevin Gray

June 27, 2011 | Feature
Misery Loves Company

For Ray Romano’s Men of a Certain Age, the laughs are not easy.

October 25, 2010 | Feature
Naomi Watts Plays Valerie Plame Wilson in a New Movie, But They’re Way Beyond That Now

Naomi Watts and Valerie Plame Wilson on Fair Game.

August 30, 2010 |
Tough Guy

Josh Brolin takes off his shirt and breaks Woody Allen’s contractions.

October 5, 2009 |
The Micro-Economy of Union Square

Retail activity has slowed throughout New York, but one neighborhood is still a commercial powerhouse.

February 28, 2000 | Feature
Prophet and Loss

A manic money manager with a lust for celebrity, Dana Giacchetto played with Leo and Ben, Cameron and Courteney, while their millions were in safe keeping with his Cassandra Group. But when the party spun out of control, Giacchetto was the last to get the message.

November 15, 1999 | Profile
Ticketmaster

Bringing feuding promoters, aging rock stars, Rugrats, tractor pulls, and Ragtime into his big tent has made Bob Sillerman the biggest mogul in the concert biz. To his partners, his acts, and his sponsors, he has the golden touch. But should fans be picking up the tab?

September 20, 1999 | Profile
The Summer of Her Discontent

As she fought off a barrage of bad press over staff defections and her affair with a married man, a funny thing happened to Vogue's famously frosty Anna Wintour. She began to seem, well . . . human.

May 10, 1999 | Feature
Pirro Mania

Smart, glamorous, and ferociously self-promoting, Westchester D.A. Jeanine Pirro is the most promising woman in New York politics since Geraldine Ferraro. But will her husband's indictment on bribery and fraud charges (not to mention an embarrassing sex scandal) derail New York's GOP golden girl?

October 18, 1998 | Feature
Out and About

Gay cops take to the streets with a surprising recruitment drive.

October 5, 1998 | Feature
Law: Night Clubbed

Unruly cops turn Webster Hall into a policeman's brawl.

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