The Village Voice

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Charles Dutton on Fox’s great black purge of ’94.

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Warner Bruthas

On the WB’s strategy to run with the big networks by appealing to a more “urban” audience.

Rocks in the Shape of Billy Martin

The first days of baseball on the eternal diamond.

Reading Voters

Tagging along on Operation Ohio in pursuit of the college vote.

The Ground War

Hanging with the Florida troops out to win—and keep—a Kerry victory.

Saving Private Clinton

As the casualties mount, our Commander-in-Chief soldiers on.

Death of a Salesman

Remembering the real Ronald Reagan.

Wouldn’t It Be Nice

Can window dressing turn into a window?

Hillary on Elba

From the sublime to the ridiculous with HRC.

Vonnegut’s Last Laugh

A talk with America’s greatest living Saab dealer.

Hillary Potter and the Senate Chamber of Secrets

Will Hillary accept the Defense Against the Dark Arts job?

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She, Tina

How Tina Brown revived the years with Ross.

Two Minutes to Midnight: The Very Last Hurrah

An eyewitness account of Robert Kennedy’s assassination.

Let’s Get Up Off the Floor

After a turbulent 1968, the author is ready to embrace the new year.

More Irrelevant Than Irreverent

On the death of The Saturday Evening Post.

Till Press Do Us Part

Janet Malcolm’s journalistic relationship with analyst Jeffrey Masson seemed as intimate as romance. No wonder their libel trial felt like a divorce.

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Picture This

On the set, the street, and at dinner with X director Spike Lee.