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October 19, 1999
50 Ways to Love . . .
the East Village (41-50)

Our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, in which our staff writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

October 19, 1999
50 Ways to Love . . .
Greenwich Village (1-10)

In the first of our series of highly personal, brazenly arbitrary neighborhood tours, our staff writer sings the praises of her neighborhood.

October 19, 1999
50 Ways to Love . . .
Brooklyn Heights and Vicinity (11-20)

50 Ways to Love . . .
Brooklyn Heights and Vicinity

October 18, 1999
Wild Pitcher

David Cone, a Hall of Fame-caliber joker, carouser, and womanizer when he was with the Mets, has been reborn as the clear-eyed, responsible leader of one of the greatest teams in history. (Though he's not totally hostile to the idea of having a good time.)

October 18, 1999
Not Jerry Seinfeld

Jimmy Fallon cracked up Lorne Michaels with his Seinfeld riff, landing a spot on the Saturday Night Live roster. But SNL's newest wiseguy heartthrob is no slick cynic -- he worries about his manners and loves his parents.

October 18, 1999
October 18, 1999: the Yankees vs. the Red Sox, Game Five
October 18, 1999
Brother From Another Planet

What African-Americans like about Bill Bradley is that he's a straight shooter on race. Can he -- and his squad of star supporters -- turn his home-court advantage into black votes?

October 17, 1999
October 17, 1999: the Yankees vs. the Red Sox, Game Four
October 16, 1999
October 16, 1999: the Yankees vs. the Red Sox, Game Three
October 15, 1999
October 15-16, 1999: the Mets vs. the Braves, Game Three
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