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Vanessa Grigoriadis

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.

October 25, 1999 | Feature
Fever Pitch

James Carpinello's quixotic quest to become the next Travolta -- eight times a week.

October 19, 1999 | Feature
50 Ways to Love . . .
Greenwich Village

In the first of our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, our writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

October 19, 1999 | Feature
50 Ways to Love...
Greenwich Village (31-40)

In the first of our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, our staff writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

October 19, 1999 | Feature
50 Ways to Love . . .
Greenwich Village (11-20)

In the first of our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, our intrepid staff writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

October 19, 1999 | Feature
50 Ways to Love . . .
Greenwich Village (1-10)

In the first of our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, our staff writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

August 9, 1999 | Feature
Welcome to the Fun House

What happens when you cram 20-odd singles into a Hamptons hideaway and give each of them a queen-size bed? Less than you might think.

August 9, 1999 | Feature
Tama Janowitz, Unchained

After three straight disappointments, New York's original Lit Girl is back with a ballyhooed new novel, A Certain Age, a sad, skillful tale of nineties New York. She told you she could do it.

May 24, 1999 | The Book Review
"Circling the Drain"
April 19, 1999 | Feature
Regine's Last Stand

Her empire of nineteen discos has dwindled to seven, and her New York club draws more of the gold-chain set than of the glitterati. But for the 69-year-old Queen of the Night, the party is far from over.

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