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by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

Internet dating has bittersweet results for a charmingly overwrought undergrad and his would-be paramour

Manhattan Sex Clubs: They Have Their Ups and Downs

by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

A survey of a huge but little-discussed presence on the NYC social scene: upscale public sex parties

Live Free or Die

by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: West Village

Suzanne Seggerman runs a nonprofit out of her car, which she parks every day on Bleecker. Why have a car in NYC? That's why

The Redhead Complainer: To Know Her Is To Be Bemused By Her

by 09/16/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

Mickey has a crush on a fellow passenger, but, when he eavesdrops on her, he learns more than he had wanted to know

5 Years Later: Talking About the Jumpers

by 09/16/2006
Neighborhood: World Trade Center

Kelly is interviewed for a British film on 9/11 because she, unlike many witnesses, is willing to talk about seeing the jumpers

The Midtown Report: Heightened Security Leads to Homoerotic Fondling/Rescue by Dick & Jane

by 09/16/2006
Neighborhood: Letter From Abroad

This edition of the MR takes our hero out of his Midtown sanctuary, into a place where his privacy is meaningless

Pursuits

by Thomas Beller 09/15/2006
Neighborhood: West Village

I wouldn’t have noticed her at all if she hadn’t stepped on my foot.

Bye, Bye Buffa’s, Hello Wal-Mart

by Thomas Beller 09/03/2006
Neighborhood: Bronx

One of the complicated things about the city is that some of our annoyances are actually a kind of pleasure: the annoyance provi