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Mark Jacobson

October 30, 2000 | Feature
Bronx Monsters
August 14, 2000 | Profile
The Return of Superfly

Frank Lucas, once the city's biggest, baddest heroin kingpin the original O.G. in chinchilla, now seems like just a very likable guy. But don't be fooled.

May 15, 2000 | Cityside
The Laptop Nomads

They're in every Starbucks and coffee shop; even sometimes in churches. Who are they? What are they typing? Don't they have a job? For the first time, one of these strangers speaks.

March 20, 2000 | Feature
Clare Jordan

A hoop legend grows in Rockaway: 17-year-old Clare Droesch, who might just have the talent to become the next women's superstar.

January 3, 2000 | Cityside
Happy Ending

Even in the new Times Square, signs of the possibly imminent apocalypse are everywhere. But thanks to Rudy and Hollywood, we may not recognize it when it comes.

November 1, 1999 | Feature
The Tabs At Bat

In the other Subway Series, the News's wily veterans battle valiantly, but the Post's hungrier, nastier squad is on the verge of victory.

September 13, 1999 | Feature
Raising 'Cane

The Rockaways surfing set gives Dennis a hero's welcome.

June 14, 1999 | Feature
Urban Renewal

Hoofing it from Van Cortland Park to Coney Island in the company of Whitman, Hawthorne, and James P. Johnson. How one man lost himself to find the city.

May 17, 1999 | Feature
The Generation Gap in My Living Room

What happens when the modern world -- goth style, Pokémon, God knows what -- takes hold of your children? Well, of course, you worry.

May 3, 1999 | Cityside
Matt Shipp's Out

What happens when a great piano player makes music and no one's there to record it? That's what Lower East Side free-jazz legend Matt Shipp intends to find out.

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