October 12, 1998 Issue
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BY WENDY GOODMAN
For years, George Steinbrenner has threatened to move the Yankees. It's high time someone called his bluff.
Once you've seen Adam Cooper in a radical new Swan Lake, you'll never look at a cygnet the same way again.
After-the-firing squad; the Knicks' Tel Aviv transplan; super-rats
GOTHAM STYLE Canine canvases; nips and tucks for men; designer bubbly
Navel-gazing at the Times Book Review
We should get a new Penn Station -- not an old post office
At an Elks Lodge in Queens, minister Pete Scazzero is raising the roof
The Underground Gourmet
Surya's swirls of subtle spice; make Casa a second home
Redecoration Day: rustic tables, wacky frames, and silky linens
BY DAVID DENBY
The anarchic fun of Antz; Lolita remade as a somber romance
There's no need to go back to John Guare's future
The equivocal position of modern African-American artists
George Gershwin's centennial gets off to a serious, lyrical start; a Holocaust-era opera is recaptured
Ian Hom's diminutive, devastating King Lear; Pamela Harriman -- role model?