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Maer Roshan

February 11, 2013 | Intelligencer
“Pink Isn’t Really My Color”

My dinners with Ed.

May 24, 2004 | Feature
The Prince of Pop

Downtown restaurant manager Tim Moore served the stars, then became one himself—an intimate to thousands whose kindness was repaid in murder.

January 22, 2001 | The Culture Business
Postscript: Dana Does Detention

While Dana Giacchetto pens poetry and pumps iron in jail -- awaiting sentencing this week -- his fiancée is storing his Prada suits and dreaming of their wedding.

March 5, 2001 | Feature
Inside Out

The closet has finally outlived its usefulness. So why do gay celebrities insist on staying in? And why do journalists guard the door?

September 25, 2000 | Profile
Divas of Dish

When four of the city's top gossips get together for dinner, it's a good idea to put away the knives.

June 12, 2000 | Feature
Parenting: My Two Dads

Dan Savage and Jesse Green -- together with their boyfriends -- want you to know that fatherhood isn't just for straight guys anymore.

March 13, 2000 | Feature
Yule Britannia

Beyond the beach: A hipster holiday in London

August 2, 1999 | Profile
Prince of the City

His romances, his wedding, his bar exam, his career, were national news. Living here in Manhattan, though, he was anything but a prisoner of his fame (sometimes, he even enjoyed it). Friends, neighbors, and colleagues remember the man they knew.

June 28, 1999 | Feature
Ricky Gets Real

Pop's freshest prince holds forth on music, Madonna, fame, freedom, and fear. (Did we mention sex?)

March 15, 1999 | Profile
'Oh, Barbara! Your Dignity!'

Lucianne on the Monica Show.

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