New York Magazine

Front Cover
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.
  

Browse all issues

Contents

The Devil and Miss Jones
12
Paula Corbin Jones (American state employee who accused President Bill Clinton of sexual harrasment.), Bill Clinton (American president); 1946- (Sexual harassment case)
Seven Million Homeless People Can't be Right
14
Christopher Jencks, Homeless (Press coverage, Statistics)
Free Money at Salomon Brothers
19
Kathleen Tompkins, Salomon Inc, Employee theft
Can Hockey Get Hip?
20
New York Rangers (Hockey team), Hockey, Professional (Economic aspects)
Yabba-dabba-doo
24
Motion pictures (Reviews), Motion picture industry (Finance)
Their Two Moms
60
Debra Scaturro, Analia Martinez, Conjoined twins
Deconstruction Men
62
Ian MacNeil, Theater (Stage setting and scenery)
An Inspector Calls
62
John Boynton Priestley (English novelist and dramatist); 1894-1984 (Reviews)
Saint Andy
68
Andy Warhol; 1928?-1987, Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Passion
70
Stephen Sondheim (Reviews)

Disorders in the Court
26
Joel Rifkin; 1959-., Insanity defense, Trials (New York (State)), Trials (Murder), Serial murders
Haden-Guest's Very Own Hated Guest
27
Horace Harris, Anthony Haden-Guest, Impostors, New York (N.Y.) (Crime, Art)
Generation Next
30
Echo boom generation, New York (N.Y.) (Youth)
The Glamorous Dork
40
Peggy Noonan
The Truman Administration
42
James Truman (British magazine editor.), Alexander Liberman (American artist and magazine executive.); 1912-1999, Conde Nast Publications Inc
Coffee Talk
50
Coffee houses, New York (N.Y.) (Restaurants)
A Starbucks is Born
58
Starbucks Corporation, Coffee house employees (Training), New York (N.Y.) (Stores)
Grease
70
Jim Jacobs (American composer and lyricist); 1942- (Reviews), Warren Casey (American composer and lyricist); 1935-1988 (Reviews)
The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public
71
Carol Hall; 1936- (Reviews)
The Crow
72
Alex Proyas (Reviews), Crow (Motion picture) (Reviews)
A Foreign Field
74
Foreign field (Television program) (Reviews)
A Rite this Spring
76
Igor Stravinsky; 1882-1971, Brooklyn Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Music festivals (New York (State))
Wok of Ages
78
New York (N.Y.) (Restaurants)

Common terms and phrases