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November 22, 1999
Nightlife '99: Where To Go In New York
November 22, 1999
Nightlife '99: Clear And Present Danger

The drug now threatening clubland is colorless, odorless, and so dangerous even some dealers won't sell it. But you can buy it with a credit card on the Internet.

November 15, 1999
Scores for Sale
November 15, 1999
A Kindergarten Crib Sheet
November 15, 1999
Failing at Four

Nowadays, the rat race begins in nursery school, as some parents try to boost their kids' ERB test scores by any means necessary in order to get them into the right kindergarten. Is this any way to raise our children?

November 15, 1999
Tales Out Of School

A majority of students at the city's best high schools, whether they're struggling or not, now hire private SAT tutors. Like, why settle for a 760?

November 8, 1999
The Baby Dinner

Approaching 35, the author had babies on the brain, but there was one little problem: men in Manhattan. And then she thought, Is a husband really necessary? A story of modern motherhood.

November 8, 1999
Tax-Free Bonding

They're dancing as fast as they can on today's charity circuit, where investment bankers and fashion publicists are hoping they'll bag a very significant other.

November 1, 1999
Wine 2K

If the world is going to come to an end when the calendar rolls over, wouldn't you like to go out with a truly worthy bottle of wine? Whether your taste runs to a delicate champagne or a woodsy Rhône classic, here's a vintage befitting a millennial splurge.

November 1, 1999
How to Cook The Perfect Turkey

Waldy Malouf, chef-owner of Beacon, gives up his secrets for transforming the classic (read: dry) big bird into a bona fide butterball. Start with a specimen from a good (free-range) home, coddle it with a salty bath, and massage it with herbed butter. Just don't expect leftovers.

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