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October 23, 2000 | Feature
Baseball Ballot

Who knew the Senate race would be decided by how Mets and Yankees fans vote? Better switch that hat, Hillary!

October 2, 2000 | Feature
Are the Mets Cursed?

For all their talent and character, Piazza and his team can't seem to do things the easy way -- which makes for amazing September drama.

September 4, 2000 | Feature
Sick of Ew

How did a star like Patrick Ewing wind up becoming the man New Yorkers hate to love?

August 14, 2000 | The City Politic
Call In Powell

Showcasing a Benetton ad's worth of moderate conservatives, Bush has embarked on a journey to the center. Will the right stay quiet for the ride?

July 10, 2000 | Feature
Which Rick Do You Pick?

Is Senate candidate Rick Lazio a Gingrich clone or a moderate? Altar boy, or shrewd infighter? There are plenty of Lazios to go around -- which makes him a formidable politician.

May 8, 2000 | Feature
Sports: Play Stations

Where Van Gundy places his go-to guys during Knicks nail-biters.

April 10, 2000 | Feature
REAL E$TATE 2000:
Uptown Boomtown

Race and real estate, New York's two greatest passions, cross paths in Harlem, as a community that's been rebuilding itself at warp speed attracts enlightened bargain hunters from downtown.

March 27, 2000 | Feature
Sports: New York Nicked

Erick Barkley isn't the first city kid to have money call his name.

November 8, 1999 | Sports
Yankees Family Values

This year (since nobody entertained the idea that the mighty Yankees wouldn't go all the way), the best baseball stories were off the field.

November 1, 1999 | Feature
The Say Shea Kids

A base-on-balls may have ended the Mets' dream of a Subway Series, but the team from Queens left a powerful message in Atlanta for the Bronx Bombers -- never give up.

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