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New York Post-Crime
Once again, it was a down year for crime in New York. But that doesn't mean we're some sort of post-crime Utopia just quite yet. A look at what kind of crime persists and why, a thought experiment on how we could make murder disappear completely, the emergence of crime porn, and more.
Peace and Quiet
New York isn’t exactly the first city that springs to mind as the place to find peace and quiet. But you can find literal and metaphorical silence without leaving the cacophonous city. What's it's like to be a single-person religious order; a roster of serene locales; relaxation tips from some of the most stressed-out workers; the benefits and absurdities of chanting; and more.
Hillary and Barack agree almost completely about what needs to be done, but they couldn't feel more differently about how to do it. Which makes this campaign an oddly clarifying contest between realist and romantic worldviews. So, then, what does your vote for either of them say about you?
In 1962, photographer Bert Stern shot a series of photos of Marilyn Monroe that have collectively come to be known as “The Last Sitting.” Forty-six years later, Stern has revisited his classic shots with Lindsay Lohan, another actress whose prodigious fame is not quite commensurate with her professional achievements.
Best of New York 2008
The annual guide to the finest, greatest, and most incomparable that our city has to offer in the categories of food, home design, nightlife and other recreation, health and beauty, shopping, and kids’ diversions. From the Cheddar–pork belly–Gruyère grilled cheese to the children’s hair salon–slash–bookstore, from the wizardlike A/V installation specialist to the Staten Island roller rink, all that is contained herein is matchless, optimal, and simply without peer. Read on to be utterly illuminated.
(I) The Governor and the Darkness
Eliot Spitzer’s career was made—and unmade—by covert ops. By Chris Smith
(II) Secrets of the Megapimps
Insight from the prostitution punditry. By Mark Jacobson
(III) Why Stand By?
Silda didn’t pull a Hillary—it was much worse than that. By Ariel Levy
Treading cautiously when everyone else was risk-mad, JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon put himself in position to make the biggest Wall Street deal of them all.
Anger and shock among the rank and file at Bear Stearns.
The Collateral Damage
An avowed financial know-nothing briefly takes his fingers out of his ears to try to figure out what’s going on.