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January 1, 2001
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January 8, 2001
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January 15, 2001
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January 1, 2001
January 1, 2001

"Manhattan needs conspicuous extravagance -- that is, unless stock speculators start jumping out of the few skyscraper windows that actually open." 
-- Gael Greene, "Feeding Frenzy"

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January 8, 2001
January 8, 2001

"You meet all types of different people from all over the world. And for me to greet these people -- I think it's beautiful."
-- Gil Perez, doorman at Christie's, "Faces Forward"

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January 15, 2001
January 15, 2001

"If I did some of the stuff Stanton does, I'd probably feel the force of somebody's fist against my jaw. But he has a way of pulling that stuff off."
-- John Miller, "The Not So Private Dick "

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"I think Cochran is a genuine religious man. He never said he thought O.J. was innocent, he just defended a client."
-- Calvin Butts, "Grin But Don't Bear It"

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January 29, 2001
January 29, 2001

"This is the toughest city in the world to play in. But if you win a Super Bowl, there's no party like New York City."
-- Giants defensive end Michael Strahan, "Giant Steps"

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February 5, 2001
February 5, 2001

"From the moment the valet pulls open the front door, it's as if you've been invited to an A-list cocktail party."
-- "Checking Out, Checking In"

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February 12, 2001
February 12, 2001

"I was expecting something out of The Wild Bunch. But it turned out to be more like a Euro version of the Hamptons."
-- Visitor at Casitas de las Flores, Costa Careyes, Mexico

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February 19, 2001
February 19, 2001

New Kids on the Block
Fashion's youngest stars are barely out of design school, but editors and buyers are hooked on their hip, surprisingly haute concoctions.

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February 26, 2001
February 26, 2001

"I'd never go through that again, whether they paid me zero dollars -- or $52 million."
-- Christian Curry, "Currying Favor"

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March 5, 2001
March 5, 2001

The gay movement is over, a victim of its own remarkable success. But Jesse Green asks: What did we learn from the struggle?

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March 12, 2001
March 12, 2001

"People are scared. I have a unit that went on five months ago for $1.35 million and he didn't want to sell. Now it's on at $1.1 million and he's motivated."
-- Broker Robin Horowitz, "Real Estate 2001"

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March 19, 2001
March 19, 2001

"I love New York. Sometimes I feel like this whole city is giving me a big hug."
-- Monica Lewinsky, "Starting Over"

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