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The 2007 Platt List

Our restaurant critic’s annual rundown of what New York’s best culinary minds are doing with pork, eggs, hearty organic vegetables from upstate, Red Bull–infused Jell-O, and everything else that the urban gastronome desires.

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Chasing Dash Snow

While many bemoan the loss of bohemia, a few twentysomething artists are actually doing something about it. How Ryan McGinley and Dan Colen are turning De Menil heir Dash Snow into their Edie Sedgwick and filling a debauched downtown niche.

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Give Inner Peace a Chance

How can New Yorkers—cynical about both blind faith and feel-good hokum, besieged by traffic and stress—find a moment to relax, much less true contentment? From practical spiritual advice to the lessons learned in boot camp, from making hypochondria work for you to turning your apartment into a fortress of organic solitude, we offer methods big and small to get through the psychic gridlock.

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The Loneliest President

What’s going on in there? A team of historians, Oval Office veterans, and psychotherapists tries to figure out whether Bush is depressed or delusional—and what combination of poor parenting and personality disorders brought things to this point.

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Say Everything

Kids are using the Internet to create records of their lives so permanent and personal it makes even some twentysomethings feel like they’re on the wrong side of a generation gap. But the MySpacers are the ones adjusting constructively to a phenomenon that affects us all—the inevitable death of privacy.

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How Not to Talk to Your Kids

According to the latest science, many parents are killing their kids’ classroom performance with kindness. But constantly praising one’s children isn’t the easiest bad habit to break.

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Locally Grown

She’s happy to model spring’s pretty dresses, but Claire Danes prefers the comforts of jeans and her Soho bistro.

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Rudy Tuesday

Conventional wisdom says Rudy Giuliani’s 9/11 luster will fade the more the rest of the country learns about him. But it’s been more than five years now, and his term as America’s Mayor looks like it’s not ending anytime soon.

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Best of New York 2007

Every year we journey to the heart of New York’s endlessly expanding jungle of goods and services. Choice-overload paralysis is stared down and defeated; inferior brunch spots and nail salons are ruthlessly tossed aside; entire evenings are bravely sacrificed in search of the best burlesque show. The result is this issue.

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London (The Other New York.)

An extensive examination of London’s challenge to our city’s global preeminence. From finance, to fashion, to urban planning, to music and even restaurants, should New Yorkers be minding the world’s-greatest-city gap more carefully?

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April 2, 2007
April 2, 2007

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The Young Invincibles

Faced with massive health-insurance premiums and a job market that gets less paternalistic by the day, many twentysomethings save money by living in perpetual fear of just about everything.

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Office Life

New Yorkers, as we all know, spend an inordinate amount of time toiling away under fluorescent lights, breathing their co-workers’ air, trading idle gossip, yessing their bosses, and occasionally, perhaps, doing a spot of work. Ranging from office etiquette to the insider stories of policemen and marketing executives to the actual desks of Martha Stewart, Simon de Pury, and Mayor Bloomberg, this issue explores all aspects of workplace mores: the science, the rules, and the displeasures that come with forced cohabitation.

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