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November 5, 2001 Issue

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FEATURES
Far and Away
Doing your part to rebuild the city won't happen without rest and relaxation, right? So taking a vacation is your civic duty. WATER WORLDS Unharried elegance at two new resorts on Grand Bahama, newly renovated luxury hotels in Barbados, getting the villa treatment in Mustique and St. Barts, and a remote natural paradise on Tobago. Plus, eight seasonal bargains at Miami's hot hotels. TELLURIDE HIGH With over 700 more acres of fresh powder and new flights out of Newark, Telluride is no longer an experts-only destination. Now all you have to decide is whether to stay in town (country-style comfort) or up the mountain (a swank spa setting). GRAND TOUR GUIDE An insider's update about what's up in London, Paris, and Rome this season.

Finding Our Religion
BY HILLARY ROSNER
In the wake of September 11, many New Yorkers who never had to ask themselves what they believed found their way to churches, mosques, and synagogues. And once there, they found what religious people have always said was there -- spirituality, a sense of purpose, an antidote to the shallowness of the modern world. Are we in the midst of a new Great Awakening?

Witnesses to History
After September 11, the cry went up: New York City will never be the same. But, as this portfolio from New York Exposed, a remarkable new book of images culled from the Daily News archives, shows, New York has always -- and never -- stayed the same.

GOTHAM
lI'm Right, You're Wrong : Ed Koch and Al D'Amato

DEPARTMENTS
Intelligencer
BY MARC S. MALKIN

This Media Life
BY MICHAEL WOLFF
Harassment suits allege a disturbing picture of Bloomberg the leader -- which the press has barely covered

The City Politic
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY
So is there any way Mark Green can lose this race? No. Unless . . .

The Sporting Life
BY CHRIS SMITH
How Yankees greatness is instilled in the locker room

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets
BY RIMA SUQI
Bug books, Playboy corkscrews, and your picture on a tote
Plus: Best Bets Daily

Sales & Bargains
How to have a sensual spa session -- without ever leaving home
Plus: Daily Sales Update

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER
Jeunet's Amélie approaches -- but doesn't achieve -- true romance

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON
Thou Shalt Not fails to uphold Zola's legacy

Books
DANIEL MENDELSOHN
Sue Miller's latest saga delivers just what her fans expect: a typical genre novel

Dance
BY TOBI TOBIAS
An Aussie fest at BAM and the Joyce supplies style but little innovation

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD
John Avret's Uprising gives new poignancy to the heroism of the Warsaw ghetto

Restaurants
BY ADAM PLATT
Tasting what Asian fusion really means at Mi

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

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