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October 12, 1998 Issue

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FEATURES
Interiors '98
BY WENDY GOODMAN

Cottage Industry
Some of the city's hippest commercial designers are putting industrial materials and ideas to work at home.

Spare Room
Annabelle Selldorf's furnished islands turn a SoHo loft into an archipelago of intimate spaces.

Color Lab
Nick Dine plays house with brilliant colors and translucent acrylic walls.

Letting Go
Deborah Berke added as little as possible to compete with her clients' view.

Home Theater
Hip-hop designer Courtney Sloane cocoons with industrial glam.

Reincarnation
Sculptor Stephan Weiss turned a West Village garage into a grand studio -- and topped it off with a living-room and deck.

Graphic Pleasures
Design galleries doubling as stores nurture the talent creating cool utilitarian things.

Bombers Away
BY ALLEN BARRA

For years, George Steinbrenner has threatened to move the Yankees. It's high time someone called his bluff.

Bird Man
BY MATTHEW GUREWITSCH

Once you've seen Adam Cooper in a radical new Swan Lake, you'll never look at a cygnet the same way again.

GOTHAM
After-the-firing squad; the Knicks' Tel Aviv transplan; super-rats
GOTHAM STYLE Canine canvases; nips and tucks for men; designer bubbly

DEPARTMENTS
Media
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

Navel-gazing at the Times Book Review

Cityscape
BY KARRIE JACOBS

We should get a new Penn Station -- not an old post office

Religion
BY TRISH ROHRER

At an Elks Lodge in Queens, minister Pete Scazzero is raising the roof

The Underground Gourmet
BY PETER KAMINSKY

Surya's swirls of subtle spice; make Casa a second home

MARKETPLACE
Sales & Bargains
BY ONDINE COHANE

Redecoration Day: rustic tables, wacky frames, and silky linens

THE ARTS
Movies
BY DAVID DENBY

The anarchic fun of Antz; Lolita remade as a somber romance

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

There's no need to go back to John Guare's future

Art
BY MARK STEVENS

The equivocal position of modern African-American artists

Classical Music
BY PETER G. DAVIS

George Gershwin's centennial gets off to a serious, lyrical start; a Holocaust-era opera is recaptured

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

Ian Hom's diminutive, devastating King Lear; Pamela Harriman -- role model?

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