Or is he Dwight Eisenhower? And are we talking about 2000 John McCain or 2008 John McCain? And is he running against Barack or Hillary? Mapping out McCain’s strategy with the people who’ll be helping him craft it.
NYU president John Sexton has been promised a blank check to duplicate his university on a desert island in Abu Dhabi. The expansion will leave both campuses flush with petrodollars. But to many faculty, the deal amounts to a sellout.
Even if Hillary’s campaign ends soon, it will leave a legacy—consciousness-raised women rediscovering the benefits of sisterhood.
Our deep, detailed, semi-annual contemplation of the New York apartment market: a townhouse radically transformed from cramped stereotype to soothing retreat; using sex to sell apartments; what $100,000 invested various ways in 1998 would yield you now in various neighborhoods; a last look before Brooke Astor’s apartment goes on the market; four ideas of what to do with a uniquely airy downtown lot; playing the suburb match game.
Or so he thinks. Protesters? They always see the light!
Preschool for Whole Foodies.
A Carly Simon parenting tip.
Just for a project, partner.
He just says no.
In a week filled with lost causes, none was sadder than the fizzling of the congestion-pricing crusade.
We polled 100 New Yorkers about Hillary, the race, and her Penn-tested campaign messages.
Après congestion pricing, traffic types fixate on Paris.
Next year in Otisville! (Unless you’re paroled.)
Aides like Darren Dopp would have walked through fire for Eliot Spitzer. And in a sense, Dopp has.
St. Marks Place, minus the tacky.
Where to jettison laptops, cell phones, and iPods without polluting the waste stream.
The Mary J. Blige–Jay-Z concert brought out big boots, fat chains, and amazing hoodie-and-hat combos.
Our chief critic gives David Chang’s much anticipated new eatery a rare four stars.
The Passover abstention from flour need not be so abstemious, as demonstrated in these cookies.
La Rural, an Argentine bistro, looks a lot like its predecessor, Pampa.
Week of April 21, 2008: Cho Cho San Japanese Restaurant.
Imagine the shivers we got upon learning of Smith’s new Sunday Grilled Cheese Night.
Sometimes the only thing standing between a hopeful applicant and a full bar is a community board.
When Batch opened last month, foie gras–flavored dog biscuits were displayed front and center.
Harmony Korine, the lost bad boy of indie cinema, finds redemption in nuns falling from the sky.
Is Morgan Spurlock’s Osama-hunting film primarily an ego trip? Plus: Ellen Page’s post-Juno outing.
New independent DVD releases: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Juno, and more.
Is the new look of NYC condoms sexy enough? Six design experts gave mixed reviews.
Laurence Fishburne is letting Thurgood speak for itself.
On a newly experimental Broadway, the naïvely optimistic South Pacific harks back to a different age.
Bathing-suit season is fast approaching, so what’s a couch potato to do? Watch more TV, of course!
Two surprise best sellers may herald a young-adult revolution.
Can you match Nicholson Baker and other writers to their Wiki bios?
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Here are some of the places to make crafts, learn green tips, and dance, all for the love of the globe.
Readers sound off on the New York Canon, Isiah Thomas's Knicks, and more.
Findings from the streets, files, and hard drives of New York.
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