- July 19, 1999 | Feature
- The Quiet Man
When a convicted sex offender moves in next door, you want to be told. That's what Megan's Law is all about. But for some offenders, it can turn the neighborhood into a powder keg. And for others, like Frank Penna, the punishment may not fit the crime at all.
- June 23, 2003 | Feature
- Dominick Dunne vs. Robert Kennedy
Attacked by Bobby Kennedy over the Moxley murder (and sued by Gary Condit over Chandra Levy), America’s leading celebrity journalist is getting a taste of his own medicine.
- December 15, 2003 | Feature
- Can This Man Save Martha?
Veteran criminal-defense attorney Robert Morvillo is the last thing standing between Martha Stewart and federal prison. Never mind that the Brooklyn-born Morvillo is built like Don Zimmer and sounds like Ed Koch. For Martha, he could be the ultimate good thing.
- 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.
- December 23, 2002 | Classic New York
- The Natural
What it takes to be a hometown hero.
- October 5, 1998 | Feature
- How the Stock Market Swallowed New York
- February 16, 1998 | Feature
- Clash of the Titans
In this corner: The Vegas Volcano, weighing in at $780 million. In this corner: The Donald, weighing in at $1.4 billion.
- April 7, 2003 | New York Magazine's 35th Anniversary
- Self-Made Mayor
Rudy Giuliani invented his mayoral persona and methods in the U.S. Attorney’s office putting white-collar criminals in jail.
- June 1, 1998 | Feature
- Do Not Adjust Your Set
You are about to read about a man who is hounded by cameras, his every foible dissected by a world of voyeurs. But wait: Is that the story of Jim Carreys new movie The Truman Show? Or the story of his life?
- June 28, 1999 | Feature
- Helluva Summer
Murder, drugs, group sex, Reggie Jackson, and wall-to-wall disco: Sounds like New York in 1977. Welcome to Spike Lee's idea of fun.