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March 5, 2001 Issue

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FEATURES
The gay movement is over, a victim of its own remarkable success. But Jesse Green asks: What did we learn from the struggle?

The Gay List From Wall Street to the art world to law to (yep) sports, gay power is having a coming-out party. Our nominees for the city's 101 most influential lesbians and gays.

The Morning-After Pill Thanks to an experimental treatment known as pep, the risk from exposure to HIV can be dramatically reduced -- if it's initiated within 72 hours. Glenn Gordon gives a firsthand account of meeting -- and beating -- the virus.

Hiding Out The world has come a long way since the days of Stonewall. So why, asks Maer Roshan, are so many gay celebrities -- with the collusion of the press -- still stuck in the closet?

Gay by the Numbers An exclusive poll for New York by Global Strategy Group suggests that here in the city, the closet door is off its hinges. But if straights are so supportive of their gay neighbors, why are only 58 percent of gays out at work? Simon Dumenco interprets the results.

Club Crawl It's 12:30 a.m. on a Saturday night, and Marc Berkley is surrounded by G-stringed boy toys. Derek de Koff finds out who's on the A-list with gay nightlife's head promoter.

Queerer Than Folk Gay life is getting more TV time than ever. But Daniel Mendelsohn argues that Queer As Folk and its ilk are more akin to nature shows than to gay-friendly entertainment.

DEPARTMENTS
Intelligencer
BY BETH LANDMAN KEIL AND IAN SPIEGELMAN

This Media Life
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

Andrew Sullivan is the most influential gay, conservative, Catholic, British public intellectual in the country. But whom, exactly, does he speak for?

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets

BY RIMA SUQI
Perfectly preppy racquet bags; hippest housewares

Sales & Bargains
BY CHRIS BONANOS

Cool cuff links for the not-so-casual

Beauty
BY BETH LANDMAN KEIL

Cutting-edge cosmetics and skin care for celebs (and you)

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER

3000 Miles to Graceland: Costner and Elvis deserve better Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

Bruckner's forgotten classic Race

Classical Music
BY PETER G. DAVIS

The Makropulos Case at bam: Anja Silja shines

Architecture
BY JOSEPH GIOVANNINI

MoMA's "Workspheres": Empty offices

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

The Lone Gunmen attack (and fail)

Restaurants
BY HAL RUBENSTEIN

Fleur de Sel's charm: Fantastic food with sublime service to match

Pop Music
BY ROBERT LEVINE

Pavement's Stephen Malkmus finds his stride -- for the second time

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