March 22, 1999 Issue
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BY WENDY GOODMAN
Her Favorite Things
The Neo-Con Artist
Brilliant at winning friends across the political spectrum, Eric Breindel wielded influence far beyond the editorial page of the New York Post. As a collection of his essays is published on the anniversary of his death, a look back at his complicated life -- and surprising canonization.
Impeacher, heal thyself: Will a chastened GOP go to the mat against racism?
BY MICHAEL WOLFF
The political life as entrée to the media life (and vice versa)
Joltin' Joe, Dr. Strangelove, and the Bronx that was an American dream
A British company that really makes scents; the Discovery Channel goes commercial
Gavel and stone: hunting for vintage jewelry
Sales & Bargains
Anoraks, ponchos, and other anti-wet devices; art for AIDS
Michelle Pfeiffer's scrupulous work in Deep End of the Ocean; recalling Kubrick's genius
Monica and Dorothy: Separated at birth?
BY JOHN SIMON
A Lion who can still roar; Matthew Broderick goes psycho in Night Must Fall
Lizzie Borden looks like a modern classic
Paul Taylor's vaudeville routine is just routine
Susan Sarandon breathes comic life into Anne Tyler's Earthly Possessions
Steve Earle's intoxicating rebirth as a bluegrass master