- July 14, 2008
- A City Built of Clay
An exile from Webster Groves, Clay Felker saw a town of power mongers, status seekers, yipsters, bagels, art birds, and hot pants. New York would never look at itself the same way again.
- February 14, 1972
- The Birth of 'The New Journalism'; Eyewitness Report by Tom Wolfe
Participant Reveals Main Factors Leading to Demise of the Novel, Rise of New Style Covering Events
- June 8, 1970 | Features
- Radical Chic: That Party at Lenny’s
“. . . It’s a tricky business, integrating new politics with tried and true social motifs . . .”
- August 23, 1976 | Features
- The “Me” Decade and the Third Great Awakening
“. . . The new alchemical dream is: changing one’s personality—remaking, remodeling, elevating, and polishing one’s very self . . . and observing, studying, and doting on it. (Me!) . . .”
- July 4, 2005 | Intelligencer
- The 2 Columbus Circle Game
Was the Landmarks commissioner a little too close to the side that wants it destroyed? A would-be savior of Edward Durell Stone’s building looks at the latest, most dramatic twist in the city’s preservation drama.