Jacob Bernstein

  1. Intelligencer: February 14–21, 2005Damon Dash goes Harvey Weinstein-hunting, final skirmish in ‘DisneyWar’, Christopher Guest’s latest ensemble satire, and more.
  2. Martha’s Little Would-Be HelpersWho wants to work for—or be fired by—Martha Stewart? Jacob Bernstein spoke with hopefuls auditioning for her apprentice show.
  3. Intelligencer: February 7–14, 2005New PAC attack tries to sink Hillary Clinton, Graydon Carter tosses Ellen Barkin a career life raft, Rev. Al Sharpto endorses Andrew Cuomo for N […]
  4. Intelligencer: January 31–February 7, 2005Irv Gotti’s dirty laundry, Melania Knauss’s best dress man, Daniel Boulud on B’way, and more.
  5. Intelligencer: January 10–17, 2005Post-Disney, Harvey Weinstein may go indie, Tupac’s suspected shooter back in town, Richard Jefferson in Tribecca, and more.
  6. Intelligencer: January 17–31, 2005How Star botched the Brad-Jen breakdup, Morgan Entrekin finally getting married, a luxury Hamptons garage, and more.
  7. Intelligencer: January 3-10, 2005John McDonald helps with Gramercy Park Hotel renovation, Elie Tahari buys Jay Chiat’s oceanfront home, the Food Network goes all-American, and more.
  8. Ear CandyYour brand-new 40GB iPod is cutting-edge audio tech. Unfortunately, the headphones that come with it aren’t. Which replacement pair is best?
  9. Intelligencer: December 27–January 3Donny Deutsch’s talk show, Rupert Murdoch’s new address, a 9/11 Video Game, and more.
  10. Ford ExplorerA close reading of the loquacious yet inscrutable Tom Ford.
  11. Intelligencer: December 13–27, 2004Bernie Kerik’s brilliant career path, Martha Stewart’s big book deal, art hipsters in “Democracy Plaza,” O.J.: The Musical, and more.
  12. They Answer to “Phinnaeus”Will Julia Roberts’s son ever forgive her for his name? We asked some tri-state Phineases for their opinion.
  13. PMK Publicist PutschWhen Pat Kingsley pushed out Leslee Dart, was it about bad blood—or money?
  14. Intelligencer: November 22-29, 2004Eliot Spitzer’s Albany aspirations, Eminem re-edits anti-Bush video, naked sushi shutdown, and more.
  15. Intelligencer: November 15-22, 2004Hillary’s quiet partners, the woman behind Desperate Housewives tries to save Martha Stewart, Tina Brown flees a dinner party, and more.
  16. CEO Replacement at Martha Stewart Living?Battered by poor stock performance, a magazine in freefall, and a television empire that is greatly in peril, sources said at press time that Ma […]
  17. The Politics of AnxietyBush rage, sexual dysfunction, sudden fear of sushi. Shrinks on what the election is doing to their patients.
  18. Pool ReportPlus, Marla’s little red string, Weinstein’s Broadway dreams, Rangel’s religious problem, and the Soros family vies for power.
  19. Miramax MinimizedPlus, Martha Stewart’s Prison Book and Howard Stern’s Replacement
  20. Mobile HomeOne Thompson Street resident is (theoretically) always ready to go.
  21. Martha’s Prison DiariesForget about an issue of Martha Stewart Living on how to get through prison: She may just write a whole book on the subject.
  22. Tabloid FodderThe real life of Portman’s “mystery hunk.”
  23. Slate’s New Mate?Plus, Cheney in demand, homeless bumped for hotel, condos replace Windsor Hotel
  24. New York’s Gun CultureWill the lapsed ban on assault weapons make a difference in crime rates here? Can people buy those weapons in Manhattan? Who keeps guns in t […]
  25. Court TVDick Wolf’s life of crime.
  26. Voting BlockHow does the most heavily Democratic area of the city—Harlem—compare with the south shore of Staten Island, which delivered more votes to Ge […]
  27. Fashion DetectiveDo designers share a collective brain? On some level, yes.
  28. Summer TimeJust how long do you have to wait for a table—or a drink—in August?
  29. Extreme Brand LoyaltyFor some New Yorkers, buying a specific designer’s clothes isn’t just a fashion statement, it’s a way of life.
  30. Personal-Growth SectorCandles. Classes. E-meters. From Kabbalah to the Landmark Forum, self-improvement doesn’t come cheap.
  31. It Took a VillageWell, almost. How three very dogged collaborators helped Clinton write his book.
  32. Weekend UpdateAs New Yorkers return to their favorite getaway spots, here’s the local turmoil that will keep them talking all summer long.
  33. You’ve Got . . . Nailed!Last week, news broke that the SEC will sift through the e-mails of Dick Grasso and executives at the New York Stock Exchange. Prompting this […]
  34. Signs Of The TimesA Times Square billboard maker on a changing art.
  35. Skirt ChaserThe pencil skirt is fall’s fashion must-have. Get yours this month at Bloomingdale’s.
  36. Gold RushLouis Vuitton’s new pump sold out in a matter of days (and it’s virtually knockoff-proof).
  37. The Three Faces of MarthaAs her trial progressed, so did Martha’s mug.
  38. Wifestyles of the Rich and InfamousNow, that’s extravagant! Our look at embattled CEOs’ partners in crime.