- May 15, 2000 | Feature
- The Gospel According to Sujay
After reviving Chinatown's only black church, Suzan Johnson Cook has brought her popular ministry of spirituality and achievement home to the Bronx middle class.
- June 21, 1999 | Feature
- The Un-Reformation
A new statement of principles urges Reform Jews to return to tradition; attendance at Woody Allen films no longer qualifies as religious observance.
- January 25, 1999 | Cityside
- Esteem Heat
While "Nappy Hair" was becoming synonymous with misplaced liberal goals, the real tragedy of Bushwick's public schools somehow failed to impress most reporters.
- August 10, 1998 | Feature
- The Long Goodbye
For generations, Jewish educators dominated New York's public schools. Now that era is over. Does anybody care? Meet Milton Fein, the last of the Mohicans.
- March 2, 1998 | Feature
- Can This Man Save Publishing?
Big publishers may be bailing out of serious fiction and nonfiction, saying they cant make the mid-list pay, but a former LBO magnate named Frank Pearl is out to prove theyre wrong. And hes already got a best-seller to show for it.