January 21, 2002 Issue
"His generosity is far beyond anything that has preceded it; those who were skeptical have been won over. "
-- Renée Fleming on Alberto Vilar, "The Music Man"
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The Royal Treatment
BY BETH LANDMAN KEIL
This is a moment when the best New Year's resolution might be: Relax. Let the wizards at New York's spas work their rejuvenating magic. From the misty oxygen facial at bliss to Elizabeth Arden's olive-oil pedicure, a complete guide to New York's best spas and treatments. Also: Alex Williams seeks out the city's most indulgent (don't say decadent) services. Sarah Bernard checks out havens where inner beauty is part of the regimen. Rima Suqi finds salons that will do the job -- for less. Plus, Shyama Patel spotlights spa products that go home with you, and Beth Landman Keil samples the spa cuisine at the city's best restaurants.
The Grann Alliance
The Music Man
This Media Life
The National Interest
BY TUCKER CARLSON
Could the voting public's happiness with the president actually hurt his party?