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March 22, 1999 Issue

Interiors '99

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FEATURES
Interiors '99
BY WENDY GOODMAN

Escape Routes
Three cool but comfortable getaway homes present wildly different approaches to relaxing in style.

Her Favorite Things
Antiques dealer Sharone Einhorn's expanded cottage provides a chicly neutral backdrop for an evolving assortment of cherished castoffs.

Urban Cowboy
When architect Steven Harris bought 35 Columbia County acres, he didn't go native; instead, he built himself a downtown loft in an upstate field.

Color Coded
Decorator Richard Keith Langham has dressed down his Dutchess County mansion to highlight intense color.

Cartoon Rooms
Kids have plenty of imagination. But in these three fanciful bedrooms -- sporty, girlish, and cozy -- the parents have gotten into the act.

The Neo-Con Artist
BY CRAIG HOROWITZ

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.

GOTHAM
Manolo Blahnik comes to the meatpacking district; erotica by the book
GOTHAM STYLE Sleeping bags: back in (high) fashion

DEPARTMENTS
The National Interest
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY

Impeacher, heal thyself: Will a chastened GOP go to the mat against racism?

Media
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

The political life as entrée to the media life (and vice versa)

Cityside
BY MARK JACOBSON

Joltin' Joe, Dr. Strangelove, and the Bronx that was an American dream

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets
BY CORKY POLLAN

A British company that really makes scents; the Discovery Channel goes commercial

Smart City
BY STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

Gavel and stone: hunting for vintage jewelry

Sales & Bargains
BY SHYAMA PATEL

Anoraks, ponchos, and other anti-wet devices; art for AIDS

THE ARTS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER

Michelle Pfeiffer's scrupulous work in Deep End of the Ocean; recalling Kubrick's genius

Books
BY WALTER KIRN

Monica and Dorothy: Separated at birth?

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

A Lion who can still roar; Matthew Broderick goes psycho in Night Must Fall

Classical Music
BY PETER G. DAVIS

Lizzie Borden looks like a modern classic

Dance
BY TOBI TOBIAS

Paul Taylor's vaudeville routine is just routine

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

Susan Sarandon breathes comic life into Anne Tyler's Earthly Possessions

Pop Music
BY PETE WELLS

Steve Earle's intoxicating rebirth as a bluegrass master

CUE
New York Magazine's weekly guide to entertainment and the arts.

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Classifieds
Strictly Personals

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