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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

Thou Shalt Not Kill (optional)
13
Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor; 1920-2000, Capital punishment (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Catholic Church (United States)
Exit, Limping
14
Rudolph W. Giuliani (American mayor and lawyer.), William J. Bratton (American police commissioner.), New York (N.Y.) Police Commissioner
The Third Man
18
Ross Perot (American computer software executive and presidential candidate.); 1930-, Reform Party (U.S.), Presidential candidates (1996)
New Zoo Review
20
Central Park Children's Zoo
Stay Angry
22
Academy Awards
O Lucky Man
41
The Virgin Conquest
46
Richard Branson (British financier.), Virgin Megastores (Firm), Investments, British (United States)
Mr. Smith Goes to Hollywood
50
Lane Smith (American illustrator and children's author.), Henry Selick (American film director) (Reviews), James and the giant peach (Motion picture) (Reviews), Children's literature (Illustration), Motion pictures (Animated films)
Toast Modernism
57
Pepperidge Farm, Inc, Toast
The atlas (Book Review)
58

School for Scandal
24
Stuart Pivar, New York Academy of Art
Can AmFAR Survive AIDS?
28
Mathilde Krim (American geneticist and virologist.); 1926-, Sharon Stone (American actress.), American Foundation for AIDS Research, AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising)
The New Renaissance People
36
Celebrities, Entertainment industry
Seven Guitars
68
August Wilson (American playwright) (Reviews), Harvey Schmidt (composer); 1929- (Reviews), Tom Jones (American lyricist); 1928- (Reviews), Richard Rodgers (American composer); 1902-1979 (Reviews), Oscar Hammerstein (American lyricist and librettist); 1895-1960 (Reviews)
Der Ring Des Nibelungen
70
Richard Wagner; 1813-1883 (Reviews), Lyric Opera of Chicago
Profit
72
Profit (Television program) (Reviews)

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