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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

Investing in a perfect @10'.
8
Bonds (Yields), Treasury bills and notes
Don't cry for me, El Salvador
10
Salvadorans (United States), New York (N.Y.) (Population), El Salvador (History, Civil War, 1980-1992)
Worry lines at the women's magazines
19
Myrna Blyth, Ladies' home journal, Periodicals for women
Ole Strom in the catbird seat
21
Ronald Reagan (American president); 1911-2004 (Relations with Congress), Strom Thurmond, United States Congress Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Moral Majority's man in New York
26
Dan C. FORE, Moral Majority, New York (N.Y.) (Moral conditions)
Little foxes
50
Lillian Hellman (American playwright.); 1906-1984, Theater reviewsSingle works
Hedda Gabler
50
Henrik Ibsen (Norwegian dramatist.); 1828-1906, Theater reviewsSingle works
Zuckerman unbound (Book Review)
56
Let us not praise famous men
58
Jim Jones; 1931-1978 (Bibliography), Peoples Temple (Bibliography), Jonestown (Guyana) mass deaths, 1978 (Bibliography)
Excavations
64
Kei Takei (Japanese dancer and choreographer.), Dance

Wasting of Pavarotti
31
Luciano Pavarotti (Italian opera singer.); 1935-2007
Taking it off at the super-spas
34
Health resorts, spas, etc
. . and if you're watching your budget
39
Health resorts, spas, etc
You're fired! Can the law help?
44
Employees (Dismissal)
Close of play
44
Simon James Holliday Gray; 1936-., Theater reviews (Single works)
Light
64
Dance reviews (Single works)
Dance
65
Ballet
This is Elvis
67
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
No laughing matter
69
Andrew Bergman, Albert Brooks, Motion pictures (Comedy films)

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