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New Orleans: Election Day

by 04/27/2006
Neighborhood: Letter From Abroad

Johnny Adriani has not been elected Mayor of New Orleans. But he has a great story to tell, and Election Day is the best part

My Only Regret

by 04/27/2006
Neighborhood: Bronx, Outer Boroughs

A short, intense story asks if you trust yourself enough not to feel regret, even when there were lives involved

The Woody Watch

by 04/27/2006
Neighborhood: East Village

Sean gets a chance to become basketball chums with Woody Harrelson, in 1999, when Harrelson was still famous

A Blues Clues Companion Was I

by 04/20/2006
Neighborhood: Across the River, Letter From Abroad

A New Jersey grandmother goes into a dissociative trance as she keeps pace with her infant grandson

Caviar & Coleslaw

by 04/20/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

A young lesbian nurses an office crush so intense that it borders on religious zeal

Waiting to be Deciphered

by 04/20/2006
Neighborhood: Astoria, Queens

A mysterious message on a sidewalk in Astoria holds out boundless possibilities of interpretation

Mole Person

by 04/13/2006
Neighborhood: SoHo

A young man contemplates the unthinkable: Leaping atop and riding one of those dumpster trains straight to the Earth's core

Talk Your Way Out

by 04/13/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

Famous train-wreck Talk Magazine has opened its doors. Brian is there, temping, and the salve for his bruised ego is N.A.S.T.Y.

Me and Bobby Blow

by 04/06/2006
Neighborhood: Chelsea

A man singing in the 23rd St. 1 station reminds Sherri of how brief encounters can shape us for disproportionate amounts of time

Astronomical Odds

by 04/06/2006
Neighborhood: Letter From Abroad

Johnny tells of the surreal discovery of key papers from a fellow mayoral candidate's plan lying on the sidewalk for no reason

Calling Mr. Spinoza

by 04/06/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

Pregnant for the first time, the empathy that Ross feels for another young mother may or may not lead to unforeseen consequences

Home Address: When NoLita was the Bowery

by 04/06/2006
Neighborhood: East Village

$55 a month? It's bygone-era time