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December 23, 2002
Aural Pleasures

Move over, Ira Glass! Yes, every sensitive young woman and her gay brother has a crush on the host of "This American Life." ("You'll find yourself in a parking lot in the dark listening to Ira, and you feel like you're making out with him!" gushes Molly Hamill, 25.) But he's not the only NPR heartthrob in town.

December 23, 2002
Boy Vey

En garde, 'N Sync! From the Catskills to Far Rockaway, the Hamsa Boys are an Orthodox pop sensation.

December 23, 2002
All the Trimmings

O Christmas-tree ornament! You fill our memory vacuums so nicely.

December 16, 2002
If You Like Gina Kolata . . . : Times Writer Receives an Unlikely Tribute

In the manner of the Dead Kennedys and Marilyn Manson, a band of brainy twentysomething rockers from Brooklyn have chosen to grant New York Times science writer Gina Kolata the ultimate (ironic) flattery...

December 16, 2002
Raising the Bar

A visit to the newly reopened bar at the Gramercy Park Hotel reveals a classic that's a little less shabby, a little more chic.

December 16, 2002
Full-Court Distress

We've moved past denial and anger to acceptance: The Knicks just plain stink. But there are still ways to be a fan.

December 16, 2002
Season's Greetings

Ah, the holidays, a time for overeating and merry greetings. But what sort of greeting?

December 16, 2002
Chase Those Blues Away

Albany may finally dump the ancient ban on Sunday alcohol sales. Cheers!

December 2, 2002
Page Earners: Buy 'Em by the Word

How much big-time authors are paid.

December 2, 2002
Manservant About Town

Quintessentially, a concierge service that has lots of Londoners (including Madge and Gwynnie) feeling very VIP has just opened a shop in New York.

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