- December 16, 2002
- I Want My DTV!
The city's in the midst of a technology-driven TV revolution, thanks to the irresistible pleasures of digital cable, video-on-demand, and TiVo. Only problem: You may never see your friends again.
- March 31, 2003
- Broadway for Dummies
Producers and players had a showdown over the use of digital music and the number of musicians your $100 ticket entitles you to hear. Was anyone thinking about the customers?
- December 6, 1999
- Getting Smart
Once a perennial also-ran, Showtime has climbed to the top of the cable heap with a daring new strategy: making good TV.
- January 22, 2001
- Postscript: Dana Does Detention
While Dana Giacchetto pens poetry and pumps iron in jail -- awaiting sentencing this week -- his fiancée is storing his Prada suits and dreaming of their wedding.
- February 19, 2001
- House Cleaning
Little, Brown publisher Sarah Crichton was just replaced by Michael Pietsch, leaving everyone to wonder if the publishing house is being Warner-ized.
- March 22, 2004
- Howard's Bush Bash
Radicalized by the FCC’s obscenity crusade, Howard Stern, formerly New York’s raunchiest Republican, is becoming a Democrat.
- February 22, 1999
- 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?
- August 17, 1998
- The Vision Thing
This month marks the twenty-fifth issue of "Visionaire" -- the homespun, high-concept, $150-a-copy 'zine that's the fashion world's latest must-have accessory.
- June 15, 1998
- The Happy Hawkers
The folks who brought us "The Lion King" and "Ragtime" changed forever the way Broadway sells itself to the world -- and pretty much killed off the low-profile producer.
- May 8, 2000
- Gotta Get a Gimmick
The season passes, along with "Cats" and two legendary showmen, David Merrick and Alexander H. Cohen, who managed to drag their rivalry into the Heaviside Layer.