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September 13, 1999
Pop Music: Blonde Ambition

With the frank, bawdy Hard Core, Lil' Kim cast herself as the Mae West of hip-hop. Now, on her new album, she plans to go beyond the boudoir.

September 13, 1999
Architecture: Designer Marriage

An exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt shows that Charles and Ray Eames did a lot more than design the world's comfiest chair.

September 13, 1999
Books Preview
September 6, 1999
Comida Tonight

From El Salvadoran pupusas to Mexican chilaquiles, an eight-nation dining guide to the city's bursting Latin American cuisine scene.

September 6, 1999
Masters of the House

The production team Masters at Work have been injecting el ritmo Latino into dance music since Ricky Martin was in Menudo. Now that salsa rhythms have hit the radio, they're ready to glide from the clubs to the top of the charts.

September 6, 1999
The Latin Explosion: Introduction
September 6, 1999
Vida Lopez

Why Jennifer Lopez, Puerto Rican Day parade grand marshal, girlfriend (maybe) of Puffy Combs, inspired by Selena, aspiring to be Barbra Streisand, and owner of America's most famous backside, might be the celebrity of the future.

September 6, 1999
Rebuilding the Barrio

With burgeoning Mexican and Dominican presences and a rapidly changing economy, East Harlem, the city's original Puerto Rican enclave, is struggling to redefine itself for a new century.

September 6, 1999
Salsa Sources

Tired of living la vida loca? These clubs, radio shows, and record stores offer old-school Latin flavor with modern-day flair.

September 6, 1999
The Baron of the Bronx

Don't think of Fernando Ferrer as the Latino candidate for mayor. Think of him as the one who's overseen the rebirth of New York City's toughest borough.

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