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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

Obituary
12
Don Simpson; 1945-1996
The Smoking Lexicon
13
William Safire (American journalist, essayist and novelist.), New York times, Political corruption, Politics (Terminology, Press coverage)
Short People
16
Securities (Short selling)
Standing Tallish
19
Bill Clinton; 1946- (State of the Union messages, Relations with Congress), Republican Party (U.S.), Conservatism
The No-win War
22
Legalization of narcotics, Narcotics laws and regulations, New York (N.Y.) (Police, Crime)
Fifteen More Minutes
42
Mary Harron (Canadian motion picture director.), Andy Warhol (American artist.); 1928?-1987, Valerie Solanas (American feminist and convicted gunwoman.), Mary Harron (Canadian motion picture director) (Reviews), I shot Andy Warhol (Motion picture) (Reviews), Motion picture production and direction
Angels & Insects
50
Philip Haas (Reviews), Angels & insects (Motion picture) (Reviews)
O.K. Chorale
52
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian composer.); 1813-1901, Robert Shaw (American conductor.), Kurt Masur (German conductor.); 1927-, Johann Sebastian Bach (German composer.); 1685-1750, New York Philharmonic, Requiems, Choral music, Mass (Music)
King Lear
54
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Reviews), Edward Thomas (Reviews)
Gulliver's Travels
56
Gulliver's travels (Television program) (Reviews)

Grumpy Old Men
34
John Fairchild, John Simon
The Next Big Thing
38
Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings; 1905-1976, Furniture (Design)
Global Genius
58
Cibo Matto (Musical group)
Changing Seasons
60
Four Seasons (New York, N.Y.: Restaurant)

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