September 11, 2000 Issue
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With Almost Famous, Cameron Crowe gives us one more thing to be jealous about; Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow Bounce back
A day in the life of Sean Connery's Yogi; Bill Cunningham's man on the street
GOTHAM REAL ESTATE
Carol Kane flags down the apartment of the century
Taster's choice: Who's buying what this fall
The City Politic
Rick Lazio wipes that smile off his face and goes after Hillary
Survivor vs. the conventions: Which is the real story?
The Bottom Line
Do you really think eight years of prosperity was an accident?
Astoria's culinary melting pot
Sales & Bargains
Where to find ladylike blouses
The last treatment for laugh lines
BY PETER RAINER
Neil LaBute does treacly as badly as he does nasty
Broad humor: Lucinda Rosenfeld and Candace Bushnell on the oversexed single female
High Infidelity lowers the bar for incompetence
Bill Moyers brings dignity to a discussion of dying
Restaurants that play hard to get and one that's just easy to forget
NYSE trades in the pedestrian for the hip; cross-purposes at the Crossroads of the World