New York Magazine

Skip to content, or skip to search.

Skip to content, or skip to search.


Features Archive

June 18, 2001
The Cable Guy

Hardball's Chris Matthews earned his stripes in Washington as a true-believer Democrat but won his TV audience bashing Clinton. Now he's tearing up the tube -- and tearing into the political Establishment -- playing by one set of rules: his own.

June 18, 2001
Power Surge

The soccer players of the New York Power may look like a friendlier breed of pro athlete. Don't let the smiles fool you.

June 18, 2001
Pro Bono P.I.

Mike Race was an East New York cop in the crack years, and it changed him. Now he works to get innocent people out of jail.

June 11, 2001
The King James Version

Critic James Wolcott, the reigning monarch of the literary put-down, is about to publish his first novel, and legions of his victims are already sharpening their knives.

June 11, 2001
Style in Spades

Using their love of color, designing couple Kate and Andy Spade combined their talents to turn a dilapidated farmhouse on Long Island into a perfectly quirky retreat. Just in time, as both get set to launch a spate of new projects.

June 11, 2001
Crack Down

While the NYPD was winning its war on street crime, Harlem's Black Top gang took its drug business indoors and resisted conventional policing techniques for nearly a decade. Then a resourceful narcotics sergeant came up with a new strategy -- and changed the balance of power.

June 4, 2001
Rx in the City

This is the story of a lifelong quest for Dr. Right.

May 28, 2001
Starting Gun

Recently, John Edwards stopped being just a senator from North Carolina and started being a presidential candidate. Not that he can admit it yet. But in powwows all over New York, the charismatic young Democrat is testing the waters -- and the party's loyalty to Al Gore.

May 28, 2001
I Want to Be a Millionaire

Not so long ago, it seemed possible to believe that anyone (say, a magazine writer) with an idea (say, Internet karaoke) could get rich in a matter of months. Was this lunacy?

May 7, 2001
Whitehead Revisited

After winning comparisons to Pynchon and Morrison, writer Colson Whitehead returns to skewer the culture of myth-making with the savagely funny John Henry Days.

Current Issue
Subscribe to New York

Give a Gift