- September 13, 1999 | Feature
- Theater Preview
- May 17, 1999 | Feature
- Humor Came Her
As a new collection shows, Veronica Geng was among the funniest writers of her generation. When she died, the New York literary world lost one of its most alluring (and difficult) figures.
- February 15, 1999 | Feature
- The Life of Brian
After a drought in Hollywood playing invisible roles in disposable movies, two-fisted actor Brian Dennehy rebounds on Broadway with a crushing portrayal of Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman."
- March 15, 1999 | Feature
- Sex, Lies, and Cyberspace
Broadway's nasty-talk season continues with Patrick Marber's Closer, about two pairs of deceptively honest lovers.
- 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?
- 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?
- 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.
- February 22, 1999 | The Culture Business
- The Name Game
Stars are taking to our stages -- uptown and down, on Broadway and Off -- in unusual numbers, keeping some shows and even some theaters alive. But at what cost?
- February 5, 2007 | Intelligencer
- Mass Delusion Grips Shrink Convo
- December 25, 2006 |
- Because We Thumped ’Em
This coming Congress, though, Democrats will be in charge of both the House and the Senate for the first time in twelve years. Guess who’ll be wielding gavels, calling the shots? Us.