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Eat Here Now

New York’s chief food critic does the ultimate taste test—a plate-by-plate assessment of the city’s best places to eat. Also: the single finest meal in New York (did you think it was going to be a bargain?) and the worst trends of the year, including speck, Wagyu beef, and some particularly egregious methods of price-gouging.

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Inside Eliot's Army

Eliot Spitzer and his team of proudly idealistic prosecutors inherited a sleepy state office and turned it into a ruthless engine of corporate reform. A behind-the-scenes look at his latest crusade—against the insurance-brokerage industry—reveals much about the man who would be governor.

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2 Blondes

By cannily crafting a narrative of prison redemption and recruiting appealing front woman (and Martha look-alike) Susan Lyne, the Martha Stewart empire may have saved itself from its founder’s mistakes. But what happens when the boss comes back

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Dynasty

What could make Oscar de la Renta—a suave designer with a thriving line and a $100 million fortune—nervous? The future of his company and the future of his family, which happen to be one and the same.

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The Once and Future President Clinton

Everyone used to think Hillary Clinton could never win. But plenty of Democrats—and even some Republicans—are starting to believe that the Clintons may soon see their presidential china again.

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Derailed

From hazardous wiring to leaky sewers to lax security, the subway is perilously vulnerable. If no money emerges to fix the problems, the MTA may soon be hurtling back to the seventies.

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Los Mets

New Mets G.M. Omar Minaya snatched two of the game’s biggest Latino stars away from the big spenders in Boston and the Bronx, setting off Mets hysteria in Queens—and the Dominican Republic. The next step? Winning.

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Best Of New York

Our annual guide to the city's finest everything.

EATING: The best dishes in town, plus a lineup of dream meals · BUYING: The finest clothing, accessories, furniture, and more · NIGHTS: From rooftop bars to megaclubs to dives · PLAY: Where to best enjoy your pastime of choice · VANITY: Impress your mirror with the latest in facials, manicures, and more · HELP: Get problems like ailing pets and iPod frustration solved for you.

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Billion-Dollar Ben

Ben Stiller undermines his lucratively neurotic screen persona onstage as a racist Neil LaBute creation.

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Tears of a Cop

Last November, Bernard Kerik was a 9/11 hero, a partner in Rudy Giuliani’s lucrative consulting business, and the president’s top choice to take over the Department of Homeland Security. Then, in under a month, he lost his job, his prospective job, and his reputation. Now, for the first time, Kerik talks about what went wrong and how it felt to fall so far, so fast.

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