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April 17, 2000
The Cop and the Stalker

When Vinny Davis married Diane Pelatti, he got her ex-boyfriend, too -- a vicious young wiseguy who harassed the couple for fourteen years. Finally, Davis struck back -- and now he's the one on trial.

April 17, 2000
Your Trainer’s Secret

The flawless form you attributed to all those crunches may in fact be the work of a plastic surgeon. More and more fitness pros are turning to liposuction to lose those love handles. And only a fearless few are admitting it to clients. Shocked? Suck it up.

April 17, 2000
Unmade Man

Chris Paciello owned two of Miami's hottest clubs and hung out with Ingrid Casares, Jennifer Lopez, and Madonna. A murder charge scattered his A-list pals -- but his gangster vibe is part of what drew them in the first place.

April 3, 2000
Through the Looking Glass

Forget Nurse Ratched: Peter Berg wanted to create a real series about life on a psych ward -- even if it meant spending eight months in Bellevue doing research. Welcome to Wonderland.

April 3, 2000
The Vinyl Frontier

Top D.J.'s like Armand Van Helden don't just mix music. They create parties, make hits, and charge a fortune. And they get rock-star treatment everywhere their first-class tickets take them -- except at home in New York.

April 3, 2000
Hello, Dahlly!

She's buxom, blonde, and six feet tall, but you won't see her in Maxim anytime soon. Months after moving to New York, Sophie Dahl is making the fashion world sit up and beg.

March 20, 2000
Let Them Eat Crab Cakes

They can barely afford ramen, but a growing number of young media types are enjoying rillettes -- not to mention Fendi bags and courtside Knicks tickets. Meet the underpaid yet overcompensated Poverty Elite, who get the good things in life by flashing cachet instead of cash.

March 20, 2000
Freeloading for Dummies

Let's say only one thing stands between you and the good life -- money. Here are some secrets from experienced riders of the Gotham gravy train.

March 20, 2000
Clare Jordan

A hoop legend grows in Rockaway: 17-year-old Clare Droesch, who might just have the talent to become the next women's superstar.

March 13, 2000
Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

In Tom King, David Geffen thought he'd found the perfect biographer: a young, openly gay rising star at the Wall Street Journal who promised him a "fair and accurate" book. But after he got a peek at The Operator, which hits stores this week, Geffen began complaining that he'd made a deal with the devil.

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