Mark Horowitz

  1. Galápagos, EcuadorRemote islands, exotic animals, and a hands-on intro to evolution.
  2. Whistler, British ColumbiaTons of powder, diverse terrain, and kid-friendly everything.
  3. WyomingDisney World is out of the question. Your frighteningly brainy 10-year-old vetoed a trip there on the grounds that Mickey Mouse is the product […]
  4. New York Awards 2002Vibrant, creative, edgy, demanding (only sometimes!), smart, funny. For this year’s awards, we’ve chosen eleven New Yorkers who not […]
  5. Train ManCommuters have an unsettled, nervous energy that comes from their internal timetables: The train is about to leave the station.
  6. The Best of the RestAs we head down to the wire in what may be one of the fiercest Oscar derbies in years, a scorecard to the remaining contenders (and also-rans).
  7. The Invisible ManHe’s lived and worked in New York for almost two decades, but Ron Howard still doesn’t get the East-Coast cred he deserves. Now, with the releas […]
  8. War StoriesTo passionate fans of his romantic World War II-era spy thrillers, Alan Furst is the new John le Carré. So how come you’ve never heard of him?
  9. Fear & LoathingThrill to L.A. noir at the Universal Studios Tour
  10. Fall Preview: BooksThe Mineral PalaceHeidi Julavits is this year’s hype winner. But the first novel, with a reported half-million-dollar advance, will surprise eve […]
  11. Laughing Through His TearjerkerAfter his parents died within five weeks of each other, Dave Eggers raised his kid brother, started McSweeney’s, and wrote a memoir that […]
  12. Expert Testimony: A Dreamcast Deferred?It was an ideal last-minute Christmas-gift option, but is the new ultrafast Sega Dreamcast video-game console really worth $199, twice what the […]
  13. Take a PowderAlta, Utah; April 3-4
  14. *Hot Spots L.A.*SLEEP IN Beachfront hotels are fine in summer, but the action right now is inland, on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. The minimalist Mondrian (8440 Su […]