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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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Give 'em Heck, Willy
Bill Clinton; 1946- (Public relations)
Notes from the Underplowed
Blizzard of 1996, New Yorkers, New York (N.Y.) (Climate)
Don't Expect Any Going-out-of-business Sales
Barneys New York, Business failures
Why She Should Resign
Hillary Rodham Clinton (American senator and wife of President Bill Clinton); 1947- (Public relations), Whitewater case, Travelgate
Apocalypse Now
Motion picture actors and actresses, Motion picture industry (Finance)
Straight Out of Brooklyn
Pete Hamill (American journalist and novelist.), Denis Hamill (author.), Brian Hamill (photojournalist.)
The Look of Power
Larry Gagosian (American art dealer.), Arne Glimcher (American art dealer and motion picture producer.), Pace Wildenstein Gallery (Beverly Hills, Calif.), Gagosian Gallery (New York, N.Y.), Gagosian Gallery (Beverly Hills, Calif.), Pace Gallery
Molly Sweeney
Brian Friel (Irish short story writer and dramatist) (Reviews), Keith Bunin (Reviews), August Strindberg (Swedish dramatist and novelist); 1849-1912 (Reviews)
Autobiography of my mother (Book Review)
Backward Glances
Irene Hultman (Reviews), Peter Martins (Reviews), Irene Hultman Dance, New York City Ballet

The Money Plane
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Republic New York Corp, Money laundering, Banks and banking (Ethical aspects, Russia (Federation)), Organized crime (Russia (Federation))

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