March 23, 1998 Issue
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BY WENDY GOODMAN
How the owners of the citys designer-furniture stores take their work home with them.
Vive la Provenance
The Rise of Troy
Far East Village
A Study in Scarlet
The eccentric shops where stylists, art directors, decorators, and the buyers for uptown emporia go for finds -- and so can you.
Notice of Eviction
A bizarre tale of money, drugs, and rent stabilization: Did a popular Ludlow Street landlord really plot to kill two tenants?
A guerrilla restaurateur builds an empire; meet New Yorks jury; the Parks Department hates this weather
GOTHAM STYLE An upscale alternative to the Jitney
Rudy Crews campaign to get the public schools some bounce from the Wall Street boom
Diagnosis as demographic: The rise of Mamm and Poz as illness-specific magazines
The Underground Gourmet
Argentine grilling on Ninth Avenue; East Side empanadas
Perfect finds that are smaller than a breadbox
Sales & Bargains
The Triple Pier Expo opens; Montiss closeout sale
BY DAVID DENBY
In Primary Colors, the president is all slob genius and no leader
A bloody awful Macbeth
Paul Taylors ingenious neo-tango; Doug Varones Bel Canto sings
Jews and the movies: a documentary
Elliott Smith goes from Brooklyn to Oscar night