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Sarah Bernard

March 23, 2005 | Economy of One
March 7, 2005 | Economy of One
How Would Sally Hershberger Spend $2,031,855?

That’s how much it costs the celebrity stylist to produce one season of her new denim line—it’s called Shag, of course. Here, she blows the cash on her favorite things.

February 21, 2005 | Economy of One
How Would Samantha Daniels Spend $150,000?

The celebrity matchmaker was once promised that much by a client if she introduced him to his future wife. (She collected.) Now that she’s also a TV producer and a novelist, Daniels calculated what she’d do with the cash today.

February 7, 2005 | Economy of One
How Would Duncan Sheik Spend $30,000?

We asked the singer-songwriter—whose new musical, Spring Awakening, previews at Lincoln Center this week—to re-spend his first BMG publishing contract.

January 24, 2005 | Intelligencer
Psychic Family Network

Born to be a medium (like her brother and sister and . . .), she finds New Yorkers easy reading—when they aren’t giving off “a meteor shower of stresses.”

January 24, 2005 | Stress
Chill Pills

Dr. Robert Levy, a clinical associate professor at NYU School of Medicine, on the current contents of the anti-stress medicine cabinet.

January 24, 2005 | Stress
How to Cut the Tension

From the type-A executive to the beaten-down barista, six prescriptions for reestablishing control of your life.

January 12, 2004 | New York Minute
Cop Nerd

Jason Wiles, Third Watch’s resident police expert, puts his heart and mind—and very sore pecs—into getting his part right.

January 10, 2005 | Economy of One
How Would Kate Spade Spend $14,500?

The designer budgets her salary at her first job—fashion assistant at Mademoiselle magazine—for herself and her baby-to-be.

January 3, 2005 | Strategist
Happy Returns

After the presents are unwrapped, it’s time to exchange them.

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