A cross-section of New Yorkersfrom union leaders to theater owners, real-estate brokers to restaurateursoffer their proposals for balancing the budget
It's customary to say that picking the winners was no easy task. But that wouldn't be entirely truthful. In fact, exploring the city to search out the best it has to offer is not a job, but a pleasure. Now it's your turn.
Food All things culinary, from the most avant-garde sushi to the most retro meatloaf.
Shopping The cool computer emporium, the hippest sneaker haunt, and everything in between.
Nightlife Where to dance, drink, club, cruise, and—yes, it’s still possible!—have a smoke.
Fun & Games Live and learn: tango lessons, cooking classes, comedy workshops, kids’ crafts.
Health & Beauty Our picks for getting tanned, toned, and treated like royalty (you deserve it).
Services From carpet cleaners to closet organizers to “canine concierges”.
WITH DEBORAH SCHOENEMAN
Gisele Bündchen, Tara Reid, Derek Jeter, and much more!
Chanel digital watches, silver “image cases,” and new, improved Aerosoles
Hit the green at Colorado’s golf spots
By sanitizing the air in bars, has Bloomberg created a new quality-of-life problem on the sidewalks? Just wait till July.
Spare a quarter? A vending machine that sells Sigerson Morrison shoes, not Snickers.
On her TV debut, Tina Brown makes flattery v. hot.
How to keep New York City from becoming the next Toronto
Private-school girls on sexual giving and getting
In Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things, this time the man’s the victim
The late Roone Arledge changed a lot more about TV than just football
Bernadette Peters recalls Ethel Merman in a great Gypsy revival; April enchants
Fashionable Whistler at the Frick
Jonathan Miller’s Così Fan Tutte sacrifices weight for wit
An exuberant adaptation of White Teeth
Flashy décor and decent fare at Yujin; Rocco DiSpirito rescues Tuscan Steak
These days, Brooklyn is the borough of choice for artists and other progressive typeshence the minor boom in good veggie food in the country of Kings.
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