A conversation between a man of legendary fury and his son preparing to go to the barricades about the uses and abuses of Bush hatred.
How a devoutly Jewish partner at Paul, Weiss turned into a passionately Catholic, compensated legal caddy to the Tyco chief Dennis Kozlowski.
Readers sound off on The Metropolitan Museum’s renovation, Governor Pataki, and more.
Five promising stocks under the S&P 500 radar
Entertaining in a vegan-Atkins world
Marc Jacob Wellies, a Coach dog collar.
Lucien Pellat-Finet’s quirky cashmeres warm up the West Village.
A new $1 makeup line
Putting the city’s coolest summertime soups to the taste test.
Why people are still talking about that Six Feet Under episode
A trio of thrillers
Despite Nathan Lane, Sondheim’s The Frogs croaks
At the Whitney, Ed Ruscha’s pop homage to Los Angeles
MoMA QNS’s international skyscraper exhibition
The Royal Ballet’s rival finds the soul of Fred Ashton
Elvis Costello in a classical mood at Lincoln Center
A Williamsburg chef on raucous Ninth Avenue
Richard Meier’s plans for Brooklyn, Aby Rosen buys another townhouse and Tom Colicchio loses chance to buy on Ninth Avenune.
A rash of gender-discrimination suits suggests the Morgan Stanley payout may be only the beginning.
Google.com is finally going public, with a possible valuation of $36 billion. How does that compare with some other figures?
Don King on why blacks should vote Republican.
Movies released on DVD this week include: 13 Going on 30, Soul Plane, Stage and Spectacle: Three Films by Jean Renoir
Opening this week: Naidre’s, Cacio E Pepe, Hummus Place, Rêve, and Monkey Royale.