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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
  

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Contents

The Other Envelopes, Please
18
Academy Awards
Normally Gay
24
IKEA Svenska Forsaljnings AB, Furniture stores (Advertising), Homosexuality in advertising
Victims of Their Own Sanctimony
28
Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Hillary Rodham Clinton (American senator and wife of President Bill Clinton.); 1947-, Whitewater case
Of the Dumb, by the Dumb, for the Dumb
30
Howard Stern (American radio personality.); 1954-, New York (State) (Politics and government)
The Sharpton Generation
36
Al Sharpton (American clergyman and political activist.); 1954-, Blacks (New York (State), Political activities), New York (State) (Politics and government)
Dance
67
Dance Theatre of Harlem
The end of vandalism (Book Review)
68
Court Gestures
70
Richard Avedon (American photographer); 1923-2004 (Exhibitions), Portrait photography
Carousel
73
Richard Rodgers; 1902-1979 (Reviews), Oscar Hammerstein; 1895-1960 (Reviews)
The Arabian Nights
74
Mary Zimmerman (Reviews)

Stolen Artworks
46
Art thefts
The Cult of Saint Stephen Sondheim
48
Stephen Sondheim, Musicals, revues, etc (Writing)
The Afterlife
56
Keith Hernandez (American baseball player and sportscaster.); 1953-
Serial Killing for Fun and Profit
58
Caleb Carr (American novelist and military historian.); 1955-
Crwdspcr
66
Merce Cunningham (Reviews)
Age and Innocence
66
Merce Cunningham Dance Company
Otello
75
Giuseppe Verdi; 1813-1901 (Reviews)
Too Much, Too Little, Two Verdis
75
Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.)
Music
76
Swedish Folkopera
Don Carlos
76
Giuseppe Verdi; 1813-1901 (Reviews)
Jimmy Hollywood
77
Barry Levinson (Reviews), Jimmy Hollywood (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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