June 11, 2001 Issue
"When you walk into the house and there's children or your spouse, you're about as ready to greet them as you are to walk off to war."
-- Battle Zone, New York
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Battle Zone, New York
BY SARAH BERNARD
In this city full of people -- single, committed, and somewhere in between -- the biggest bar-rier to a healthy romance may well be the city itself. From Gracie Mansion to the deepest outer boroughs, New York's distinctive passions -- money, status, space, summer houses, to name a few -- put strains on our relationships that those in other cities can scarcely ima-gine. A taxonomy of urban love and war. Also, Michael Wolff explores the question that's on everyone's minds: Just what is Rudy -- not to speak of his divorce lawyer -- thinking?
Cracking the Case
The Mightiest Pen
Kate Spade Living
BY BETH LANDMAN KEIL AND IAN SPIEGELMAN
The City Politic
The Bottom Line
Sales & Bargains