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October 15, 2001 Issue

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FEATURES
Home Design
BY WENDY GOODMAN
Something Old, Something Mod In making a historic but dilapidated Colonnade Row duplex into a mod masterpiece, an architect couple had to serve several demanding masters: the Landmarks Preservation Commission and the owners' two diminutive dogs. Lightening Up Problem: a long, narrow loft with no light, poor air circulation, and just one huge aluminum door. Solution: glass, high-gloss surfaces, open spaces, and lighting that substitutes for the sun. Agent Orange What would make a Miami guy think of home in his postage-stamp-size Trump Place apartment? The designer had an inspired thought: orange. Heaven and Earth A dark, double-height apartment turns dreamy with the help of a floating room above and warm, earthy furnishings below.

Ready, Freddy
BY JACK NEWFIELD
For the new momentum in his mayoral bid, Freddy Ferrer has Rudy Giuliani to thank. But the man he's counting on most for victory is legendary tactician Bill Lynch.

After the Fall
BY SARAH BERNARD
This week, New Yorkers aren't spending every waking minute thinking about the disaster -- consciously, that is. Which makes it harder to diagnose just how painfully the city is still in its grip. An exploration of post-crash depression. Plus: New Yorkers' Trade Center dreams.

Mayor of the Hot Zone
BY AMANDA GRISCOM
It's the biggest rescue-and-recovery operation in history, a city within a city, with its own economy, its own politics, and an army of hungry construction workers. Yeah, Rudy's in charge. But who's actually running it? The unassuming Richard Sheirer.

GOTHAM

REAL ESTATE

DEPARTMENTS
Intelligencer
BY MARC S. MALKIN

The City Politic
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY
The great race: What on earth happened to Mark Green?

This Media Life
BY MICHAEL WOLFF
Some hard reasons why we missed the biggest global story of our time

Strong Medicine
BY JOANNE KAUFMAN
The Internet empowers patients -- while driving their doctors crazy

MARKETPLACE
Travel
BY TARA MANDY
Caribbean travel, an update on fares, and your very own (almost) jet

Sales & Bargains
BY BRIDIE CLARK
Cool corduroy blazers to warm you up this fall
Plus: Daily Sales Update

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER
Training Day is exciting -- but opportunistic

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON
Hedda Gabler: Ibsen played for laughs in a misguided revival

Television
JOHN LEONARD
Eudora Welty doesn't succeed on the small screen; Mikal Gilmore's Shot in the Heart fares better

Dance
TOBI TOBIAS
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet is hamstrung by its part-time status

Classial Music
PETER G. DAVIS
Verdi at the Met, timeless as always; a smashing Bellini celebration

Art
MARK STEVENS
At the Met: Finding Paul Signac in the shadow of Seurat

Pop Music
ETHAN BROWN
Jay-Z's ode to playerdom is out of touch with the times

Underground Gourmet
ROB PATRONITE & ROBIN RAISFELD
Eleven breakfast spots that go way beyond the bagel

CUE
Movies
Music & Nightlife
Theater
Art
Kids
Classical & Dance
The Mix

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