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Susan Dominus

July 22, 2002 | Feature
Hairspray It On

This whimsical, candy-colored, sixties-tinged musical -- based on a film by the notoriously weird John Waters and starring Harvey Fierstein in drag -- won over the critics and the crowds in Seattle. Now it's set to open on Broadway. Could this be the next Producers?

June 24, 2002 | Feature
Fair-Weather Friends

It's okay to be a wine snob in December, but come July, it's time to lighten up. Here's how to pick the best summer quenchers.

May 13, 2002 | Feature
He's Still Hair
April 15, 2002 | Feature
Song of Sorrow

For 23 years, Howard Nevison's magnificent baritone filled the posh sanctuary of Temple Emanu-El. But the music ended with Nevison's arrest in February on the stunning charge that he had sexually abused his young nephew. It's a case that has put an entire family on trial.

February 11, 2002 | Feature
Sex and the Suburbs

He's cute, he has a great job, and he's single. So what if he's still living with his mother? Nobody ever said dating in norwalk was going to be easy.

January 14, 2002 | Feature
The Kindest Cut

A new breed of surgeons wielding high-tech tools is taking New York hospitals by storm, winning patients' hearts with smaller scars, less pain, quicker recovery. of course, they haven't exactly endeared themselves to their old-school colleagues.

November 26, 2001 | Feature
Who's Checking Your Bags?
November 5, 2001 | Feature
Gag Humor

What sort of person would find it funny to fake an anthrax attack?

October 8, 2001 | Feature
Fit for Duty
April 24, 2000 | Feature
Restaurants: Picture Perfect

The faux-Parisian pleasures of Pastis and Balthazar now include a couple of charming artists daubing oil paints in the corner.

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