- July 25, 2005 | Feature
- Celebrity and Its Discontents
- 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
- December 5, 2005 | Feature
- Sex and the City: The Horror Movie
Peter Braunstein had a full pantheon of female style icons (Edie Sedgwick, Jane Fonda, Kate Moss) and a passion for Manolos as intense as Carrie Bradshaw’s. Then, fired from his job at Fairchild, jilted by a girlfriend, he descended into a world of dark fantasies—into which he allegedly brought a former colleague in a bizarre assault. The making of a tabloid monster.
- December 4, 2000 | Feature
- The Model Vanishes
Lourdes Gruart walked the runways in Milan and Paris for more than a decade. But as her career waned and she felt her jet-set social life slipping away, she became engulfed in paranoia, romantic obsession, and an enthusiasm for Santería. Then she disappeared.
- 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.
- February 7, 2005 | Feature
- 2 Blondes
With Martha Stewart in jail, the company’s face is a woman who looks a lot like her—former ABC Entertainment chief Susan Lyne. Her strategy? Put Martha Stewart back in the center of the gospels, and wait for the resurrection.
- 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.
- December 9, 2002 | News
- Bachelor Party: Looking for Love (and Marriage) in All the Wrong Places
"I have to get married soon, or my dad is going to kill me," said 31-year-old Jessica Belzer, a No. 169 sticker hanging precariously from her angora sweater. "So getting on The Bachelor could save my life!"
- November 22, 1999 | Feature
- Hollow Man
Tim Burton, the dark-eyed sorcerer behind Batman and Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands and Ed Wood, now turns his odd mind to Washington Irving's legend of a horseman, and the head he misses.
- March 8, 1999 | Feature
- Material Guy
With a mix of marketing moxie and British charm, Guy Ritchie has turned his movie "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" into an indie sensation. Being Madonna's boyfriend hasn't hurt, either.