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March 13, 2006
The Shining PATH

The future according to the Port Authority: a new airport, an E-Z Pass that works on all trains, and the first new Hudson River tunnel in decades.

March 13, 2006
Put on a Happy Face

Why are even well-groomed people sometimes still depressed? Thanks to advances in cosmetology, it might not have to be that way. Some new beauty products are claiming they can lift more than your sagging face.

March 13, 2006
The Buyennial

Collectors hit the Whitney, checkbooks in hand. (David Byrne feels priced out.)

March 13, 2006
Self-Incrimination in the Supermarket Checkout Line

Can those loyalty cards that give you a discount at the register cost you your freedom?

March 6, 2006
A ‘Bioterrorist’ at the Biennial

Steve Kurtz leaves his bacteria in buffalo.

March 6, 2006
All the Cubicle’s a Stage

Every New Yorker seems to think his or her life is a movie; the Actors Institute helps its corporate-world clients learn to play their roles better.

March 6, 2006
The Celebrity Trust Index

Sophisticated celebrity-ranking survey shows which famous people Americans feel most influenced by as brand-shills, and why. (New York celebs are usually less well-liked.)

February 27, 2006
Go Directly to Jail

Posh motorists confront “uncivilized” police dragnet.

February 27, 2006
Hogwarts on the Hudson

New British-style school plans to save expats and anglophiles from the lack of “rigour” in New York schools.

February 27, 2006
Social Toddling

Alpha moms introduce offspring to the benefit circuit.

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