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October 12, 1999
October 12, 1999: the Mets vs. the Braves, Game One
October 9, 1999
October 9, 1999: The Mets, Game Four
October 8, 1999
October 8, 1999: The Yankees vs. The Rangers, Game Two
October 8, 1999
October 8, 1999: The Mets, Game Three
October 4, 1999
The Bell Tolls for the Big Board

Led by chairman Richard Grasso, the New York Stock Exchange, the heart and emblem of American capitalism, is trading the trading floor as we know it for an uncertain electronic future.

October 4, 1999
October 4-5, 1999: The Yankees vs. the Rangers, Game One
October 4, 1999
That Swing Thing

Down in Lincoln Center's smallest theater, Broadway's slinkiest choreographer works out her thirties thing with a little help from Benny Goodman, Stephane Grappelli, and a lissome star poised to make everyone jump, jive, and wail.

September 27, 1999
The Green Candidate

Wall Street wizard Jon Corzine spent 24 years helping to build Goldman Sachs into a banking powerhouse before being ousted as CEO last January. Can a very rich, very liberal Democrat connect with New Jersey's masses? He's ready to bet millions of his own money that he can.

September 27, 1999
Look Homeward, Edward

Recent charges of deception continue to embroil Edward Said, America's most prominent Palestinian, in politics, but his new memoir reveals a compelling, troubled youth and a key to his exile.

August 23, 1999
An Ocean Runs Through It

Captain Paul Dixon, who works the waters of Gardiners Bay, knows how to think like a fish -- which makes him the Hamptons' most sought-after fly-fishing guide.

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