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Features Archive

June 21, 1999
Kosovo's Unlikeliest Casualties

The extraordinary life and tragic death of David and Penny McCall, power couple -- and patron saints.

June 14, 1999
Street News

Back in New York for three sold-out shows, Pavement may be more and more popular, but they're anything but pedestrian.

June 14, 1999
Urban Renewal

Hoofing it from Van Cortland Park to Coney Island in the company of Whitman, Hawthorne, and James P. Johnson. How one man lost himself to find the city.

May 31, 1999
Life Was a Cabaret

But now it's more like Carnegie Hall, where Diana Krall, the jazz pianist with the femme-fatale voice and soaring popularity, is about to make her headlining debut.

May 31, 1999
Jimmy Nederlander's Endless Run

Disney and the rest of America have come to Broadway, but the patriarch of theater's last dynasty does business just the way he did when the city's hottest nightspots were Sardi's and the Stork.

May 31, 1999
Friday Night Fever

Hit the L.I.E. secure in the knowledge that you've got an edge in the fast-moving shell game of the latest and the greatest on the South Fork. Where to eat (Henry's in Bridgehampton), what to drink (Peconika vodka), how to sleep (in a quilted birth at the Southampton Inn), and just who's giving those Lyme-disease shots.

May 17, 1999
Humor Came Her

As a new collection shows, Veronica Geng was among the funniest writers of her generation. When she died, the New York literary world lost one of its most alluring (and difficult) figures.

May 17, 1999
The Next Big Things

If we can return Penn Station to greatness -- and here's your first look -- why not the waterfront? And how about the Second Avenue subway?

May 17, 1999
What Ever Happened to American Food?

Sure, it was buried by fusion, scorned by ambitious chefs, and squeezed out by foreigners -- but two impressive new restaurants, Coach House and Wild Blue, have raised the flag again, and our fussy critic salutes.

May 10, 1999
Pirro Mania

Smart, glamorous, and ferociously self-promoting, Westchester D.A. Jeanine Pirro is the most promising woman in New York politics since Geraldine Ferraro. But will her husband's indictment on bribery and fraud charges (not to mention an embarrassing sex scandal) derail New York's GOP golden girl?

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