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September 13, 1999
Television: Boys' Town

Action is darker than Larry Sanders, savvier than South Park, as risqué as Sex and the City. And you won't even need a cable box to catch it.

September 13, 1999
Architecture Preview
September 13, 1999
Theater: Alien Being

Rare is the British songbird whom Broadway will clasp to its heart. Get ready for Putting it Together's Ruthie Henshall.

September 13, 1999
Pop Music Preview
September 13, 1999
Dance: Mr. B's Queen

Former City Ballet star Suzanne Farrell, George Balanchine's last muse, dedicates herself to keeping his choreography alive.

September 13, 1999
Classical Music: Novel Passions

Composers Laurie Anderson, Philip Glass, and John Harbison mine three searing moral fables for operatic inspiration.

September 13, 1999
Movies: Isn't He Romantic?

Kevin Spacey has played some of Hollywood's most slithery villains. With American Beauty, he hopes to shed his reptile's skin.

September 13, 1999
Shopping: The Farhi Side

Nicole Farhi, the British Donna Karan, dares to open right around the corner from the real Donna Karan.

September 13, 1999
Television Preview
September 13, 1999
Books: Men Overboard

In Backlash, Susan Faludi detailed the anti-feminist reaction to women's lib. With Stiffed, she says men got a raw deal, too.

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