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January 1, 2001
Silicon Alley 2.0
Crash Reboot Relaunch

While Silicon Alley is still paying for its first-round excesses, the smart money is primed to get back in the ring. But don't call it a dot-comback: the new contenders come from geekier stock. Can you say "distributed computing"?

December 11, 2000
The Home Team

Here are the names your interior decorator guards with his life: those virtuosos whose upholstery, painting, metalwork, and finishes can turn an average apartment into a head-turner.

December 4, 2000
Our Remote-Control President

Forget David Boies, dimpled chads, and desperate litigation -- the country has already elected a new president. Just look at The West Wing's Nielsen ratings. He's a fire-breathing orator, a Nobel laureate in economics -- and he's almost as inspiring as FDR. Too bad Martin Sheen is only in office an hour a week.

December 4, 2000
The Model Vanishes

Lourdes Gruart walked the runways in Milan and Paris for more than a decade. But as her career waned and she felt her jet-set social life slipping away, she became engulfed in paranoia, romantic obsession, and an enthusiasm for Santería. Then she disappeared.

November 20, 2000
Grecian Formula

Soon-to-be-famous London-based designer Sophia Kokosalaki steps into the limelight with two stellar collections.

November 20, 2000
Spring Forward

For spring, designers are seeing everything in black and white.

November 20, 2000
Election Diaries:
Pal of Al

On the longest election night in history, Steve Armistead is doing what he's always done: taking care of his childhood pal, Al Gore.

November 20, 2000
Subway Series
November 20, 2000
Remodeling the House

How dependable Italian classic Bottega Veneta became fashion's newest darling.

November 20, 2000
Election Diaries:
Hughes on First

For six years, Karen Hughes has been the voice of George W. Bush. And on the longest, toughest night of her life, she (almost) never lost hope.

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