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Robert Kolker

February 19, 2001 | Feature
Bore War

Can any of the Democrats auditioning to replace Rudy get our attention?

January 29, 2001 | Feature
Power Housing

As Andrew Cuomo flirts with a run for his father's old job, the homeless project that started him off aims for Blockbuster business.

January 8, 2001 | Feature
The Cable Guy

By bankrolling Sidney Lumet's return to television, A&E is importing the Miramax method to basic cable -- top talent at bargain prices.

January 1, 2001 | Feature
Television: Monica's Second Act
December 11, 2000 | Feature
Film: Studio Musician
December 4, 2000 | Feature
Revolving Credit

The producers who scored with The Thin Red Line have stiffed New York's top law firms. They're bruised, bankrupt -- and bent on a comeback.

November 6, 2000 | Feature
End of the Affair

The start-up is hemorrhaging money; the venture capitalist is getting antsy. As the relationship fades, is it time for "the talk"?

October 9, 2000 | Feature
Politics: Who Pays for the Soft-Money Ban?
October 9, 2000 | Feature
Pop Quiz: Emerald Rock City

A Wizard of Oz scholar takes on one of music's dumbest mysteries: Does the movie really synchronize with Dark Side of the Moon?

September 25, 2000 | Feature
Harold Levy's Class War

The schools are crumbling, test scores are dismal, the teachers' ranks are depleted, the union wants a raise, and everyone has an opinion. Into the breach marches the cheerful new chancellor, armed with a philosopher's intensity and a lawyer's zeal. But will they be enough in the new blackboard jungle?

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