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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

Tantrumgate? Whinewater?
31
Newt Gingrich (American political leader and former Speaker of the House.), Federal government shutdowns, 1995-1996, Budget (United States)
Geopolitically Incorrect
32
Jackie Mason (comedian.), Yitzhak Rabin (Israeli prime minister); 1922-1995 (Assassination), Kahane Chai (Organization), Terrorists, Israeli, Jews (Charitable contributions, Political activities, United States)
The Pearlstine Shuffle
36
Norman Pearlstine (American magazine editor and publisher.), Bill Colson (sportswriter and magazine editor.), Walter Isaacson (American broadcasting executive.), Time Inc, Time (Periodical), Sports illustrated (Periodical)
Hoop Genius
50
Don Nelson (American basketball coach.), New York Knicks (Basketball team)
Between Us Girls
58
Helen Gurley Brown (American magazine editor.), Ingrid Sischy (British art critic and periodical editor.), Interview (Periodical), Cosmopolitan (Periodical)
The Original Smart-alecky White Guy
70
Henry Beard
Casino
78
Martin Scorsese (American film director) (Reviews), Casino (Motion picture: 1995) (Reviews)
On the Road Again
82
Beat generation (Exhibitions)
Past-it Notes
97
Luciano Pavarotti (Italian opera singer.); 1935-2007, Max Bruch (German composer); 1838-1920 (Reviews), Richard Strauss (German composer); 1864-1949 (Reviews), American Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Old-country Kitchens
101
New York (N.Y.) (Restaurants), Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Restaurants)

The Clash of the Culture Titans
64
John Rockwell, Harvey Lichtenstein; 1929-., Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Lincoln Center Festival

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