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February 6, 2006
When Networks Collide

What happens when you combine two prime-time schedules?

February 6, 2006
His Witness

Attorney, fixer, and New York knockabout Edward Hayes, who’s gone to the mat for everyone from P.Diddy to 9/11 victims’ families, has written a memoir.

February 6, 2006
White-Collar TKO

Last November, the state cracked down on weekend boxers. But these would-be Rockys can’t throw in the towel.

February 6, 2006
Mona Lisa of the Federal Reserve

Painter Erin Crowe, 25, bids farewell to the eighteen-year reign of Fed chairman Alan Greenspan, who is retiring at the end of the month, with a show at the Broome Street Gallery.

January 23, 2006
Nitpickers Ball

A real head-scratcher: why so many lice this year?

January 23, 2006
Digital Animal

Inspired by Andy Warhol (and enabled by his insomnia), Lou Reed has taken up photography.

January 23, 2006
Wilbur Ross’s Distress

The Sago mine tragedy illustrates the potential human cost of Ross’s distressed-asset investment strategy.

January 23, 2006
The Public’s Domain

The Public Theater turns 50.

January 16, 2006
Telepathy, Moon-Mining, and Legalized Cocaine

What today was supposed to look like, as of 25 years ago.

January 16, 2006
General Confusion

Loyalty tug-of-war over the attorney-general race.

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