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June 4, 2007
Penny-Pinching Peril

Nine years ago, the first Chinatown bus service revolutionized cheapo travel. But turf wars and safety problems—culminating in last week’s fatal crash—soon undermined the dream. A historical itinerary:

April 17, 2006
Monkeys Say ‘Dayenu!’

It’s that time of year again at the zoo: when the monkeys get fat and lazy thanks to Orthodox Jews.

April 17, 2006
Tot's Hat Triggers Slope Spat

How one Brooklyn mother’s attempt to return a child’s lost cap roiled a parents listserv with gender politics.

April 17, 2006
Offensive Lineman

Mark Green’s 23-year-old political director tackles the tabloids and New York’s political establishment—and wants you to know that his boss isn’t arrogant.

April 10, 2006
Glass Menagerie

The latest architectural fad: extreme makeovers in glass.

April 10, 2006
Prodigy of the Yankees

Undergrad stats whiz Victor Hu brought Moneyball-style analysis to the Bombers’ old-school front office. Here, his calls on the ’06 season.

April 10, 2006
The Pushcart Pride

Fed-up vendors start a garage of their own.

April 10, 2006
Sex, Drugs, and Enticing Jew-Fros

Four Stuyvesant High School students decided to publish their shared teenage journal—in their own handwriting, with photos and doodles included. Susan Lehman spoke to diarists Julia Baskin, Lindsey Newman, Sophie Pollitt-Cohen, and Courtney Toombs, who are now college freshmen, about their book, The Notebook Girls.

April 3, 2006
What Should Katie Do?

What the fans outside the Today show’s studios think of Katie Couric’s possible move to CBS and who they’d like to replace her if she goes

April 3, 2006
Eviction Boot Camp

Tales of real-estate woe at a landlord seminar on cheapo tenants.

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