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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

Gems in the Junk
19
Junk bonds
Russian Revolution
22
Soviet Union in advertising, Television advertising, Soviet Union (Foreign opinion, American)
Lost Democrats
26
Democratic Party (U.S.), United States (Foreign relations)
Highly Contagious
30
Paul Rudnick (American dramatist and screenwriter.)
Holy Ghost
31
Diane Keaton, R. D. Huggins, Heaven in art (Exhibitions)
Absolute Beginners
78
Julien Temple (British film director) (Reviews), Absolute beginners (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Saint Francois D'Assise
80
Olivier Messiaen (Reviews)
Birdsongs
80
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Music
80
Hugo Weisgall (American composer.); 1912-1997, Y Chamber Symphony, Group for Contemporary Music
Taylor's More Lasting Shapes
83
Paul Taylor Dance Company

The Mob and the Machine
36
Mafia, New York (N.Y.) (Political corruption, Crime)
Hartz Content: the Good Life of Leonard Stern
42
Leonard Stern (American real estate executive and newspaper publisher.), Hartz Mountain Corporation, Village voice
The House of Hits
50
Bantam Books, Inc
Up on the Roof
60
Balcony gardens, roof gardens, etc, New York (N.Y.) (Gardens and gardening)
All about Day Camps
64
Day camps (New York (State))
Letter to Brezhnev
78
Chris Bernard (Reviews), Letter to Brezhnev (Motion picture) (Reviews)
A Musical Offering
83
Paul Taylor; 1930- (Reviews)
North and South
85
North and South, Book II (Television program) (Reviews)
Vanishing Act
85
Vanishing act (Television program) (Reviews)
Bridges to Cross
86
Bridges to cross (Television program) (Reviews)
Tortured Orchard
89
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Russian dramatist and short story writer.); 1860-1904, Acting Company
Rich Relations
90
David Henry Hwang (American dramatist) (Reviews)

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