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Jennifer Senior

November 1, 2004 | Intelligencer
Pool Report

Plus, Marla's little red string, Weinstein's Broadway dreams, Rangel's religious problem, and the Soros family vies for power.

September 20, 2004 | Feature
Fallout

Three years after the World Trade Center attacks, thousands of cops, firefighters, and people who worked and lived near ground zero are sick with respiratory problems. Some have cancer. Is 9/11 to blame? And how safe are the rest of us?

September 6, 2004 | Feature
GOP N.Y.

We’re Ready For Our Close-Up, Mr. President.

August 9, 2004 | Feature
The Independent Republic of New York

As New York—a city that often has more in common with Europe than with the United States—prepares to be invaded by the red-state hordes during an election that has much of the city fearing the prospect of four more years, a persistent fantasy resurfaces—should New York secede?

April 21, 2003 | Feature
The Mystery Man

With his bedroom eyes and untraceable accent, Gerard Senehi is perhaps the city's most alluring mentalist, and his act—bending wineglasses, making cigarettes float—makes even jaded New Yorkers jump. Is he really psychic, or is it just magic? You be the judge.

January 6, 2003 | Feature
They'd Take Manhattan

Memo to Al (er, Mr. President): Make a brand-new start of it in old New York.

December 23, 2002 | Classic New York
The Shrink

With so much to be anxious about, it's no wonder the city never sleeps.

December 16, 2002 | Feature
Mark Morris

Once the brillant bad boy of modern dance, Mark Morris Balanchine. The choreography is cleaner, the bodies are leaner, and he's even shed those famous wild locks.

December 2, 2002 | Feature
Oldest Living Confederate Senator Tells All

As he prepares to leave office, Jesse Helms looks back on a career of opposing civil rights, women's rights, gay rights -- virtually everything most New Yorkers believe in. So is he a monster? That depends on your definition of the word monster.

November 18, 2002 | "I'm Right, You're Wrong"
Ed Koch Vs. Al D'Amato Vs. Mark Green

Election reflection: Al gloats, Ed admonishes, and Mark considers turning to drink.

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