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Vanessa Grigoriadis

June 28, 2004 | Feature
In His Own Hothouse

From Before Sunrise to Before Sunset, Ethan Hawke has never stopped trying to grow. But into what?

May 24, 2004 | Intelligencer
Her Royal Lie-ness

The so-called Saudi princess was only one of the many identities Lisa Walker tried on like jewelry.

April 5, 2004 | Intelligencer
Plum Blossoms

“It”-girl author Plum Sykes worries about what to wear to her book parties.

April 5, 2004 | Cityside
A Dying Trend

The four NYU students who’ve jumped to their deaths grimly illustrate new research: Suicide can be a fad.

March 8, 2004 | Feature
Are You Bipolar?

Mild bipolar disorder may be to this decade what depression was to the nineties, thanks to a new drug and an expanding definition. But when do ordinary peaks and valleys become pathological?

December 8, 2003 | Profile
A Death of One's Own

Founding feminist, Virginia Woolf scholar, and strong-willed enemy of the patriarchy (as well as mother, grandmother, and wife), Carolyn Heilbrun lived her ideals. The right to choose death—she committed suicide in October—was one of them.

June 9, 2003 | Feature
The Boys of Summer

This summer, a handful of young, ambitious, Manhattan-bred guys has cornered the market on nightlife in the Hamptons. They make sure Tara Reid is in the house, everyone’s drinking $400 bottles of Perrier-Jouët, and, in return, they get one big payoff: the chance to become boldfaced names themselves.

April 7, 2003 | New York Magazine's 35th Anniversary
When Lizzie Mattered

Not so long ago, an entitled PR girl was the only terror we had to worry about.

February 10, 2003 | Feature
Let-It-All-Hangout

They're taking off at Idlewild, with nary a jet in sight.

January 13, 2003 | Feature
The New Position on Casual Sex

The rise of Internet dating has brought a sexual openness (not to mention one-night stands) to the younger generation not seen since the seventies heyday of Maxwell's Plum. But can there be too much of a good thing?

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