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February 5, 2001
Morning Star

While Matt and Katie grip and grin, NY1's Pat Kiernan is winking at the weather and smirking at the dailies. Meet the media junkies' morning addiction.

January 29, 2001
L.A. Comes to New York

When L.A. Reid replaced Clive Davis as head of Arista Records, the industry reeled, artists threatened to walk, and staffers snubbed him. Half a year in, he's kept the key stars and pumped up new ones. And even "Mr. Davis" is working with him.

January 29, 2001
Trigger Happy

Fear and anger made her buy the gun -- but the last thing a young New York editor expected was for her new .45-caliber automatic to bring her true happiness. A politically incorrect love story.

January 22, 2001
Johnnie Come Lately

Six years after O.J., Johnnie Cochran is living on 57th Street, teaming up with Al Sharpton on police-brutality cases, and vowing he's done with criminal law. His final challenge: making sure the D.A. doesn't lay a glove on Puffy.

January 22, 2001
Me Tarzan You Jane

With "Thong Song" on the radio and The Man Show on the tube, pop culture has become a frat house -- and women are joining the party by acting like frat boys. The new Female Chauvinist Pigs are definitely funny. But is the joke on them?

January 22, 2001
Le Cirque's New Acts

Sirio Maccioni, ringmaster of New York's best-known restaurant, gives his well-heeled diners something surprising to digest this month: two new chefs in the kitchen.

January 15, 2001
War Stories

To passionate fans of his romantic World War II-era spy thrillers, Alan Furst is the new John le Carré. So how come you've never heard of him?

January 15, 2001
What's My Line?

Forget that screenplay in the desk drawer: The New York fantasy of the moment is your own line of handmade T-shirts, halter tops, or handbags. And it's become a reality for a remarkable number of amateur designers armed with scissors, a sewing machine, and a way with rhinestones.

January 15, 2001
Mole Man

At 33, Anderson Cooper has been a model, a war correspondent, and an anchorman. Now Gloria Vanderbilt's son has gone underground -- as host of a new show, The Mole.

January 1, 2001
Bull Fighter

Angry? Definitely. Obnoxious? Proudly so. Bill O'Reilly has parlayed his pugnacious style into a top-rated Fox show and a Times number-one best-seller. But is it possible to be a common man and a media potentate at the same time?

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