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Jennifer Senior

September 15, 2002 | Feature
The Memorial Warriors

For many spouses and parents of 9/11 victims, mourning meant getting involved. Now their moral authority and media sophistication -- not to speak of their anger -- have made them crucial players in the future of downtown.

July 29, 2002 | Profile
Yellow Rose of Manhattan

A verbal gunslinger from Austin, Texas (remember George Bush's silver foot in his mouth?), has come to shoot up Manhattan's poshest saloons and salons -- and she doesn't even drink. Life on the Manhattan road show of former Texas governor Ann Richards.

July 22, 2002 | Feature
You've Got Jail

It's the summer of white-collar crime. But if the latest miscreants think a spell in jail means catching up on the classics and refining their backhand, they should think again. Club Fed is dead, and hard time is harder than ever.

April 22, 2002 | Feature
Mostly Not Mozart

His English may be slightly fuzzy, but Christoph Thun-Hohenstein's mission is crystal clear: to make the Austrian Cultural Forum as provocative on the inside as its startling new East 52nd Street home is from the outside.

December 17, 2001 | Feature
Expatriate Dreams

Living quietly among us in Westchester, the Swedish director Lasse Hallström has made peace with what Ingmar Bergman once called "the meat grinder" of Hollywood. After two straight years of Oscar nominations and with similar hopes for his new film, The Shipping News, Hallström is finally where he wants to be.

November 12, 2001 | Feature
The Firemen's Friar

He was the first and most famous victim of the World Trade Center attack, but the death of Father Mychal Judge, the beloved New York Fire Department chaplain, was not as extraordinary as his colorful and iconoclastic life.

October 29, 2001 | Feature
The Kids They Left Behind

The city has mourned 5,000 of the victims of the World Trade Center attack -- but there are as many as 10,000 other victims who, now and for years to come, will need attention: their children.

October 1, 2001 | Feature
The Circles of Loss

The World Trade Center tragedy united the city, but it has divided us, too -- into those who've lost family and friends, and those who only watched.

September 24, 2001 | Feature
One Victim:
a Son, a Sibling, a Fiancee,
My Brother's Best Friend
August 20, 2001 | Feature
Sorry, Your Time Is Not Up

To many New Yorkers, August poses a potent question: What would life be like without therapy? Analysts have no shortage of answers to this question -- and it could take you a year's worth of 50-minute hours to explore them all. The story of one woman's struggle with -- as the shrinks say -- termination.

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