September 13, 1999 Issue
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No more Mr. Bad Guy? With American Beauty, Kevin Spacey shows his romantic side; Emily Watson's maternal instinct in Angela's Ashes.
Art and commerce collide; on the Lower East Side; runway talk on the gridiron
GOTHAM STYLE Fashion as child's play; this season's must-have micromini
The National Interest
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY
The Waco-obsessed right wants Reno's scalp, not answers
The story line Hollywood missed: Tinseltown in the nineties is starting to resemble Detroit in the seventies -- obsolescence rules
Tending the flock: Local synagogues that welcome nonaffiliated Jews to their Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services
Sales & Bargains
In Chinatown, massages that won't break your back (or your bank)