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Pace of Mind

by 06/29/2002
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

The Origins of a Gumball

Coco on the 47th Floor

by 06/29/2002
Neighborhood: Manhattan

Coco and her needs

Mormons in New York

by 06/29/2002
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

They're here, they're pure, get used to it.

Pet Owning Competency Standard

by 06/27/2002
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

The Rules of a Pet Store

A Rape and A Fire, Then Starbucks

by Thomas Beller 06/16/2002
Neighborhood: Upper East Side

He rushed into the Starbucks on 87th Street and Lexington Avenue, camera in one hand, laptop in the other, holding them up high, like they were platters of food. He wore an FDNY baseball cap on backwards, and a light green, somewhat military looking vest over a blue shirt. He moved among the tables very […]

One Stroke

by 06/13/2002
Neighborhood: East Village

One February night in1969 a man knocked on my door and introduced himself; he had heard about me from somebody, he said. He didn’t say what he heard. He had just moved into #2 with his wife Jamie and his little girl Hannah, they had just arrived from Alfred University; there was something about the […]

What is This Building?

by 06/13/2002
Neighborhood: SoHo

An Unknown Structure

The Bowery Scene

by 06/13/2002
Neighborhood: East Village

Bums as Beacons

The Jewish Commodore

by 06/13/2002
Neighborhood: East Village

Naval Life

Inside the Gore War Room on Election Night

by 06/13/2002
Neighborhood: All Over, Letter From Abroad

The Interminable Election

Step’s Last Stand

by 06/06/2002
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

Once it reigned supreme in gyms across New York. Now it is in decline. The

The Flushometer (plink, plink)

by 06/02/2002
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

"Not my responsibility," said the super, emerging squinting from his basement lair. Hung over, as usual. "Call owner."