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November 1, 1999 Issue

Holiday Food
--BY GILLIAN DUFFY

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FEATURES
Holiday Food
BY GILLIAN DUFFY

Pilgrims' Progress
Some of New York's most forward-thinking chefs reengineer the classic Thanksgiving dinner, from sausage-and-apple-stuffed mini-pumpkins to cranberry-ginger upside-down cake.

Fowl Play
Chef Waldy Malouf gives away the secret to roasting a perfectly moist, richly tasty bird.

Spread the Wealth
A millennial send-off calls for some serious splurging. Select from the three luxury food groups: truffles, caviar, and foie gras.

The Last Supper . . .
Toast the New Year with a champagne-infused banquet from Cello’s Laurent Tourondel.

. . . and the First Feast
Give your Y2K overnighters a memorable wake-up call

Apocalypse Wow
Armageddon is no time to be cheap. A wine list for end times.


The Baseball Diaries

The Mets may not have made the Series, writes Chris Smith, but they showed heart to spare. And the real Subway Series, says Mark Jacobson, was always between the Post and the News.

The Lady and the Tiger
BY MARK HOLGATE

Fashion's new elegance allows for the sweet and the sexy: from ruffled print frocks to belted suits to beaded minis, a roundup from the runways in New York, London, Paris, and Milan.

GOTHAM
Manhattan's modern-day geishas; Fight Club copycats
GOTHAM STYLE A fashion book for mere mortals; black is the new gold?

DEPARTMENTS
The City Politic
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY

The charter revision on the ballot is ugly politics and bad policy

Media
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

Jason Epstein may not know an faq from an url, but that won't stop him from reinventing the book biz online

The Bottom Line
BY MARION MANEKER

Kozmo.com will no doubt score in a city used to door-to-door delivery. But what about the burbs?

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets
BY CORKY POLLAN

Silver caviar servers, a Veuve Clicquot travel case, and more luxuries

Smart City
BY SARAH BERNARD

All your Halloween-costume challenges resolved

Sales & Bargains
BY SHYAMA PATEL

Good news for lovers of black leather

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER

In Bringing Out the Dead, Martin Scorsese conjures a gritty, pre-Rudy New York

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

When laughter attacks: Dame Edna Everage keeps 'em rolling in the aisles, sometimes in fear

Art
BY MARK STEVENS

How the West was really won: the photography of Carleton Watkins

The Insatiable Critic
BY GAEL GREENE

Two hybrid newcomers that look like clubs but serve foodie fare

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

Intelligencer
(Gossip)

Classifieds
Strictly Personals

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