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Alex Williams

October 22, 2001 | Feature
To Buy Or Not To Buy

It's our special obsession. We track its every twitch in microscopic detail. But on September 11, the real-estate market froze. As it slowly begins to thaw, it's clear that a buyers' market is emerging. But are there going to be any buyers?

October 8, 2001 | Feature
Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Urban warriors thought they'd seen it all. But will gas masks and barricades finally make us surrender?

July 30, 2001 | Profile
Reversal of Fortune

Lizzie Grubman was a girl who had everything: burgeoning career, glittering social life, powerful father. And when a girl like that gets into trouble like Lizzie's Conscience Point catastrophe, the war really begins.

July 23, 2001 | Feature
LawHampton

Why Lizzie Grubman's legal team is contemplating worst-case scenarios.

July 16, 2001 | Feature
Bazaar Behavior

Fashion flash: the front row has been rearranged. Bonnie Fuller? Out at Glamour. Kate Betts? Out at Harper's Bazaar. Will it be Fuller at Bazaar? No, it's Glenda Bailey, of Marie Claire, in an upset. is no one safe in the sanctums of style?

April 2, 2001 | Feature
You're So Vain

You probably think this story is about you. And it is if you're among the new breed of urban men clamoring for face peels, hip fashion, even chin implants -- all in the name of guy power.

January 1, 2001 | Feature
Bull Fighter

Angry? Definitely. Obnoxious? Proudly so. Bill O'Reilly has parlayed his pugnacious style into a top-rated Fox show and a Times number-one best-seller. But is it possible to be a common man and a media potentate at the same time?

November 13, 2000 | Feature
Lords of the Chambers

Can a pair of outer-borough boys who cut their teeth on a Ramada Inn in Newark turn an asphalt parking lot into the next arty downtown hotel? In Midtown?

October 30, 2000 | Feature
A Habit of Winning
October 30, 2000 | Feature
Allah for One

New York's Arab-Americans are demanding to be heard.

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