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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

Udi Aloni's Mega Billboards: What's Art Got to Do with It?
15
Udi Aloni, Mega Art (Firm), Billboards
The Latest Hackwork on the Anti-smoking Front
16
Joseph Cherner, SmokeFree Educational Services (Organization), Advertising mediums (Taxicabs), New York (N.Y.) (Taxicabs)
Dreamy Jazz Man Ac-cent-chu-ates the Positive
16
John Pizzarelli (American jazz guitarist and singer.), Johnny Mercer (American lyricist); 1909-1976 (Reviews)
Gascon Hommage
17
Cooking, French, Truffles
A Serious Affair
20
Rudolph W. Giuliani (American mayor and lawyer.), Liberalism, New York (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
The Doubles Standard
40
Doubles (New York, N.Y.)
Drive-by Shooting
46
Paula Vogel (American dramatist.), Paula Vogel (American dramatist) (Reviews)
Revival of the Fittest
48
Edward J. Wormley; 1907-1995, Furniture (Design)
The Devil's Own
57
Alan J. Pakula (American film director and producer); 1928-1998 (Reviews), Tom Shadyac (American film director and screenwriter) (Reviews), Liar liar (Motion picture) (Reviews), Devil's own (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Barrymore
59
William Luce (Reviews), Horton Foote (American playwright, screenwriter and novelist) (Reviews), Charles Strouse (composer) (Reviews), Duke Ellington (American band leader and composer); 1899-1974 (Reviews)

Silicon Allies
22
Fred Wilson, Brian Horey, Flatiron Partners Fund, Lawrence, Smith & Horey, Venture capital companies, Multimedia industry (Location), New York (N.Y.) (Industries), Silicon Alley (New York, N.Y.)
Local Hero
24
Derek Jeter; 1974-., New York Yankees (Baseball team)
A Tale of Two Cities
32
Americans (West Bank), Land settlement (West Bank), New Yorkers, Jews (United States), Hebron (West Bank) (Politics and government)
Innocents at Home
61
John James Audubon; 1785-1851 (Exhibitions), Birds in art (Exhibitions)
All Bernstein, All the Time
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Leonard Bernstein; 1918-1990, Charles Gounod; 1818-1893 (Reviews), L'Opera Francais de New York, Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.), Symphony Space (New York, N.Y.)

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