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March 13, 2000
Tyrone's Power

In 1973, Jason Robards played James Tyrone in A Moon for the Misbegotten, reviving both the star and Broadway. Can this monster of a role do the same for Gabriel Byrne?

March 6, 2000
Kings of the Road

The SUV's biggest drawback has always been that it's an SUV. But these luxury models are much more town than country.

March 6, 2000
The Wizard of AZ

The state GOP is just feeling the true impact of John McCain's candidacy on the future of George Pataki, Rudy Giuliani, et al.

March 6, 2000
Song And Dance

In the weeks leading up to the New York primary, Al Gore finally came to life in the spotlight as Bill Bradley, bright ideas and all, seemed to fade into the chorus.

March 6, 2000
Poisoned at the Source

When Times reporter Tim O'Brien took on a source in the Bank of New York scandal, he found himself in a strange new world in which the investigator became the investigated.

February 28, 2000
Prophet and Loss

A manic money manager with a lust for celebrity, Dana Giacchetto played with Leo and Ben, Cameron and Courteney, while their millions were in safe keeping with his Cassandra Group. But when the party spun out of control, Giacchetto was the last to get the message.

February 21, 2000
Cruelty on the Couch

When an animal is abused, most people see an act of petty violence. Dr. Stephanie LaFarge sees a warm-up crime -- and an offender who may soon move on to a human victim.

February 21, 2000
Lost in the Stars

A Hayden habitué returns to the scene of the sublime.

February 21, 2000
Out of This World

Fueled by a national obsession with all things scientific, the Museum of Natural History is about to launch the world's most advanced planetarium and the stunning new Rose Center for Earth and Space. All the attention is shaking the grande dame of Central Park West right down to its dinosaur bones.

February 7, 2000
The Un-Calvin

Thanks to an edgy, agit-pop ad campaign and a Prada-for-the-people aesthetic, Kenneth Cole has cobbled his modest shoe company into a $500 million fashion empire. So how come you don't know what he looks like?

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