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October 28, 2002
Hot Plate: Republi'K

Langoustines with coconut and ginger, quail in cognac, squid and banana -- just take the A train to Washington Heights.

October 28, 2002
Ex–Coke Kingpin Turns Up His Nose At Miramax Biopic

Azie Faison Jr. may be the only New Yorker who doesn't want his life glamorized on the big screen.

October 28, 2002
War Games

In times of crisis, New York teams have stepped up to the plate, lifting our spirits and kicking butt. But who do we root for this year?

October 21, 2002
The Rudy and Judi Show

How would you plan Rudy Giuliani and Judi Nathan's wedding?

October 21, 2002
Gene in a Bottle

Could DNA Testing Be the Final Frontier in Skin Care?

October 21, 2002
Mes Chéris Amours

No, polyamory isn't about swinging or cheating. It's about people who love people -- two, three, four, however many it takes.

October 21, 2002
Those Weren't the Days

Even if Mayor Bloomberg slashes the budget to shreds, the seventies -- seedy streets, filthy parks, Oh! Calcutta! -- can't really come back again. Can they?

October 14, 2002
Online at the Grocer's

Can FreshDirect.com Deliver?

October 14, 2002
Books Smart

Post-Tina, Talk survivor Jonathan Burnham keeps synergy alive.

October 14, 2002
Giving In to the Lash Temptation

The new film Secretary provokes strong reactions from New York women.

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