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December 23, 2002 | Classic New York
The Natural

What it takes to be a hometown hero.

December 23, 2002 | New York Awards
New York Awards 2002

Vibrant, creative, edgy, demanding (only sometimes!), smart, funny. For this year's awards, we've chosen eleven New Yorkers who not only gave us their best but also brought out the best in New York. From Eliot Spitzer's determined drive to clean up the worst of Wall Street excess to Harvey Fierstein's monumental mom -- with a heart to match, in 'Hairspray' -- not to mention Tina Fey's irrepressibly irreverent humor, we salute their vision and celebrate our luck in being here at the right time and, of course, in the right place.

November 4, 2002 | Feature
Name to a Face

After Matias Reyes's confession in the Central Park jogger case, one of his earlier victims finally discovers who attacked her.

October 21, 2002 | Feature
Central Park Revisited

Thirteen years ago, the Central Park jogger case gave callous new faces to New York's social breakdown and began to usher in the Giuliani era. Now a new confession has reopened old racial scars and raised questions about how police do their work.

September 15, 2002 | Feature
American Idol

From lame-duck mayor to GOP superstar, Rudy Giuliani has in the past year become "the hottest political property" in the country. The question is not whether he will run again -- but how far he can go.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Rise and Shine

After three decent major-label releases, Kim Richey lets fly a masterpiece.

August 25, 2002 | Feature
Tennis Stars -- And Stripes

As the 9/11 anniversary nears, this year's U.S. Open is going all-American.

August 12, 2002 | New York Magazine
Chris Nuttall-Smith Archive
August 12, 2002 | Profile
Trial by Fire

Controversial ex-FDNY head Thomas Von Essen sets out to save his reputation.

May 20, 2002 | Feature
Cardinal's Rules

Edward Egan climbed fast thanks to his gifts as a canon lawyer -- "I think in Latin," he's said -- and as a "man's man" whose ease with the powerful makes him an expert fund-raiser. Rome may be happy with his work. But the crisis is in New York.

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