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Jennifer Senior

April 2, 2001 | Feature
Hill Climbing

One might think that Hillary Clinton would be about as reviled by her new colleagues as, say, her husband. But the Survivor world of the Senate makes for the strangest of bedfellows. Even Jesse Helms gets a kick out of her -- though that doesn't mean he likes her.

March 26, 2001 | Feature
A Capitol Idea

Time to change the tone of your next Washington trip

December 11, 2000 | Feature
Graydon Rides the Wave

How did Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter manage his gravity-defying glide from Canadian obscurity to celebrity scourge to the ultimate media insider? Only his hairdresser knows for sure.

September 18, 2000 | Feature
Bubba Takes Manhattan

On January 20, Bill Clinton will do something he's wanted to do all his life. He'll become a New Yorker. Who says there are no second acts in America?

August 21, 2000 | Feature
The Dream Girl

If Sigmund Freud had met Isabel Swift, then he'd have known exactly what women want. As editorial chief of the world's largest publisher of romance fiction, Swift makes her living providing women with the perfect fantasies. So what will she think of next?

May 1, 2000 | Feature
Philip Roth Blows Up

At a ripe 67, he's in the throes of an unprecedented creative explosion. Thirty years after Portnoy, is literature's legendary bad boy finally ready for the ultimate prize?

March 13, 2000 | Feature
Tyrone's Power

In 1973, Jason Robards played James Tyrone in A Moon for the Misbegotten, reviving both the star and Broadway. Can this monster of a role do the same for Gabriel Byrne?

January 17, 2000 | Feature
Tales Of The New Gold Rush

Somewhere out there, in a briefcase or laptop or shoulder bag, is an idea that will make a lot of people very rich. Steve Brotman and the city's other venture capitalists will endure any number of preposterous pitches and business plans to find it.

October 18, 1999 | Feature
Brother From Another Planet

What African-Americans like about Bill Bradley is that he's a straight shooter on race. Can he -- and his squad of star supporters -- turn his home-court advantage into black votes?

September 13, 1999 | Feature
Movies: Isn't He Romantic?

Kevin Spacey has played some of Hollywood's most slithery villains. With American Beauty, he hopes to shed his reptile's skin.

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