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January 24, 2000 Issue

"I don't like to think of this in terms of dollars. I think of it in terms of a score or a number."
-- Day trader Kirk Kazazian, "Wall Street's Winners"

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COVER STORY
Wall Street's Winners

The Street was so top-heavy with winners in 1999 that it wasn't easy to pick just ten. The growth of broadband, the proliferation of Silicon Alley venture capital, and the home-stretch explosion of technology stocks all added up to a very big year for New York's financial community.

Double Dealers
BY CHRISTOPHER MASON

The market for Colonial Americana is now a national spectator sport, thanks to PBS's Antiques Roadshow. But this week, the show's stars -- the identically blond, impeccably tailored, preposterously affable twins Leigh and Leslie Keno -- will be holding court right here in the city as connoisseurs gather for Americana Week.

GOTHAM
An un-Sensational art exhibit; the downtown club too exclusive for its own good
GOTHAM STYLE Scoop lipsticks; a candid camera; the ski-bum workout

DEPARTMENTS
The National Interest
BY LAWRENCE O'DONNELL JR./font>

Why Bob Kerrey might take Manhattan, despite his fellow senators' pleadings

Media
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

Going beyond the chat on the AOL Time Warner deal

Cityside
BY MAYA DOLLARHIDE AND ROBERT LENNON

Freed "cybersex fiend" Oliver Jovanovic talks about what the jury never heard -- and what it will hear if there's a new trial

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets
BY CORKY POLLAN

Gems from a generation past; a new rotary club

Smart City
BY STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

A tour of New York's most storied nineteenth-century saloons

Sales & Bargains
BY SHYAMA PATEL

Where to find fabrics for do-it-yourself skirts and halter tops

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER

Hitchcock's Rear Window returns

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

David Hirson barks up the Wrong Mountain; Mamet's early promise

Art
BY MARK STEVENS

"Body Art" fails to leave a mark

Dance
BY TOBI TOBIAS

Doug Varone finally tells a story

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

Football works on the small screen -- so why not opera?

Restaurants
BY HAL RUBENSTEIN

Fifties Cuban romance at Isla; sixties rec room at Canteen

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

Intelligencer
(Gossip)

Classifieds
Strictly Personals

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