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Mark Jacobson

May 13, 2002 | Cityside
Sudac the Mysterious

The bleeding markings on the wrists and feet of Croatian priest Zlatko Sudac have made him an ecclesiastical superstar. He usually doesn't display them -- but have faith.

April 15, 2002 | Feature
Band Unbound

The Last Waltz, reissued this week, is one of the great concert movies, a time capsule from the late Age of Aquarius. But who were those young people playing that passionate music? Robbie Robertson and Martin Scorsese remember.

December 24, 2001 | Feature
Wynton Center

Wynton Marsalis's horn virtuosity is well-known. But it's his gift as a sweet-talking, tough-minded businessman that's putting up his Jazz temple at Lincoln Center.

November 12, 2001 | Cityside
The Jazz Scientist

Musician, scientist, inventor of his own martial art -- "Me and Shaq? Anytime" -- Milford Graves, marching to his own beat, is the different drummer.

October 22, 2001 | Feature
Live from New York

From Sinatra's swagger to Moby's mixes, the city's had its share of the all-time-great gigs. A highly selective guide to the musical high notes that could only have been hit in this town.

October 1, 2001 | Feature
The Talking Cure

Loss, grief, anger, war, God, America the beautiful, and good old Downtown weirdness by the light of a million candles.

September 24, 2001 | Feature
Written in the Dust at the Corner of Church and Vesey.
August 6, 2001 | Feature
Around These Parts

Cairo has its City of the Dead, but Willets Point, the 40-acre site of Gatsby's ashpits, is the City of Dead Cars. Karmandu, I call it.

May 14, 2001 | Feature
Sports: Pride Fight
March 19, 2001 | Feature
Stephon Vs. the Curse

Since the Nets traded Dr. J back in the seventies, the team has been plagued with injuries, drug problems, bad draft picks, even deaths. Now comes Coney Island's Stephon Marbury, potentially the greatest point guard the city has produced. But is he good enough to save the Nets?