- November 11, 2002 | Feature
- The New Public Offerings
In today's online economy, anything -- and everything -- is legal tender.
- June 3, 2002 | Feature
- Sand in the Lens
Does Barbara Kopple's new film, set in the Summer of Lizzie, miss the real Hamptons?
- May 20, 2002 | Feature
- Baby Panic
The city's single women knew we could do everything men could, even in our Jimmy Choos. But while we were busy with business, bars, and Barneys, did we miss out on motherhood? For the Sex and the City generation, it looks like the rules of the game have changed.
- May 6, 2002 | Feature
- When Chic Meets Sheik
- February 4, 2002 | Feature
- The Single-Mom Murder
Christa Worthington left the glitz of the Manhattan fashion and journalism worlds for the simpler life of a single mother on Cape Cod. But when she was murdered, she left behind a beautiful 2 and 1/2-year-old daughter, a long list of potential suspects, and the realization that her life wasn't so simple after all.
- November 19, 2001 | Feature
- Flex Appeal
In the last few years, yoga became downtown's glamorous answer to organized religion (not to mention a way to lose stress -- and fat). But after September 11, the discipline has taken on new meaning. The story of one woman's body search.
- July 9, 2001 | Feature
- Pay Money, Be Happy
For thousands of new yorkers, happiness is a $375, three-day self-help Seminar. Welcome to EST: The Next Generation
- March 19, 2001 | Profile
- Monica Takes Manhattan
Monica Lewinsky came to New York in search of a second act. And so far, she's made a better go of it than, say, Bill Clinton. She attends glamorous parties, goes on "half blind" dates, and has a nascent business designing purses. In fact, she seems to enjoy life as a one-name celebrity -- though she'd rather not discuss what she's famous for.
- February 26, 2001 | Profile
- Christian Curry's Naked Ambition
It's been a whirl of stretch limos, Veuve Clicquot, and $1,000-a-plate charity dinners for Christian Curry ever since his scandalous case with Morgan Stanley was settled. So what if the firm claims they didn't pay him a dime? He's the life of the party.
- January 15, 2001 | Profile
- Mole Man
At 33, Anderson Cooper has been a model, a war correspondent, and an anchorman. Now Gloria Vanderbilt's son has gone underground -- as host of a new show, The Mole.