Each of New York City's professional tribes has its own dressing rituals, its own coveted status objects. Clothes can show where you stand in the hierarchy—and where you'd like to be. The secrets of power dressing in seven professions.
Five years ago, MTV’s ratings were flatlining as music videos started to look like a relic of the eighties. Now it’s the envy of every other network, spawning The Osbournes, Jackass, and a score of other offbeat—and wildly popular—offerings. How’d it happen? Call it chaos theory, managed (barely) by two of television’s unlikeliest executives. Man, this could be chaos.
Philip Seymour Hoffman has spent a decade creating some of the big screen's most vividly nuanced misfits. But it took a stunning script by his brother Gordy to give him his first solo starring role.
Liv Tyler, Lauren Bush, Jennifer Lopez, Mary-Louise Parker, Vanessa Carlton....
Earnest politics makes for bad TV -- which is why the scrappy, outsider, underdog approach championed by Fox News has made it the new psychic heart of the Republican Party.
Does the mini bull run mean the market's finally turned the corner? Or have investors, weary of being weary, just decided to be irrationally optimistic? A reality check for bear hunters.
Fabulous fur stoles for every budget.
A sleek new Zippo, a skinny tote, and a Sanyo cell with a built-in digital camera.
'Adaptation', the new Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman collaboration, picks apart the myth that nothing good ever domes out of Hollywood these days.
Richard Nelson's portrait of Benedict Arnold is short on character; Encores! celebrates a glorious decade.
Missy ElliottÂ’s decidedly retro fourth album, 'Under Construction', contrasts hip-hopÂ’s current seriousness with its more joyful past. Plus, Rock and Roll 1.
Bob Woodward’s Bush at War gets the trees (Rumsfeld, Rice, Powell) right. But the forest—the war on terror at home and abroad—is as dark as ever.
Leonard Bernstein's Mass suffers from a lack of action
True Italian warmth -- plus great pizzas and pastas -- is turning up in some very out-of-the-way places. Hal Rubenstein reviews Àpizz and Giorgione.
In 1991, CNN was ready for prime time in the Persian Gulf. Peter Arnett and a trusty telephone link gave cable viewers a non-Pentagon take on the war. But whose take was it?
'Tis the season to be worried, say charities facing steep declines in donations.
Ooh, cool shades. What are those? NeuView, or "lateralized," sunglasses to you.
He's a peroxide blond with the cheekbones of a god, and some serious good-versus-evil issues. What's not to love?
"I have to get married soon, or my dad is going to kill me," said 31-year-old Jessica Belzer, a No. 169 sticker hanging precariously from her angora sweater. "So getting on The Bachelor could save my life!"
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