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    Revisiting Some of the Most Memorable Homes Wendy Goodman Ever ScoutedOn the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
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    Sarah Jessica Parker Would Like a Few Words With Carrie BradshawRevisiting New York’s 2008 profile of the Sex and the City star.
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    A Hard Look at the Original ModelizerRevisiting our 1988 profile of Elite Model Management founder John Casablancas, whose inappropriate behavior was no secret in the fashion industry.
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    You Could Learn a Lot at a Restaurant Table With Liz SmithWhat most people misunderstood about the veteran tabloid gossip columnist.
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    The ’70s Feminist Manifesto That’s Still a Must-Read TodayJudy Brady Syfers wrote ‘I Want a Wife’ in 1971. It holds up.
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    The Hottest Fashion Show of 1987 Took Place a Week After the Market CrashedRevisiting Julie Baumgold’s report on the opulent spectacle of Christian Lacroix’s first New York show.
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    Remembering When Christie Hefner Took Over PlayboyLally Weymouth profiled Hugh Hefner’s then-29-year-old daughter, the newly appointed president of Playboy Enterprises, in a 1982 New York cover story.
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    Looking Back at 40 Years of New York’s Fertility JournalismThe millennial baby-boom, in vitro fertilization, later-in-life pregnancies, and more.
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    Revisiting Nora Ephron on the Artifice of the ‘Battle of the Sexes’Ephron’s 1973 New York piece, “Bobby Riggs, the Lady-Killer,” displays her deadly aim and clear-eyed skepticism.
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    3 Bill Cosby Accusers on His Mistrial and What Comes Next“This was just the dress rehearsal. Round two is coming up.”
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    What Happened When a Female Film Critic Offered to Take Porn SeriouslyIn the 1970s, Molly Haskell tried to look at a wave of explicit movies as a new avenue for interesting art. They didn’t perform on demand.
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    From the Archives: A 31-Year-Old Mother of Four Reinvents Herself in New YorkRevisiting a New York Magazine cover story from 1972.
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    12 Famous Brides Who Wore Statement-Making Wedding DressesThe memorable gowns of Lucille Ball, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carrie Fisher, Mariah Carey, and more.
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    A Disco-Era Cover Girl Reflects on Modeling at 13“I had the time of my life; I traveled the world. It’s a tricky, dangerous business, but for me it worked out.”
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    The Year New York Almost Lost the Right to ChoosePolitics and service journalism from the early era of legal abortion.
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    Remembering China Machado’s Fascinating Life“I didn’t think of myself as good-looking at all.”
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    Looking Back at the First ‘Best Bets,’ an Analog Recommendation EngineA shopping column for a particular type of urbanite who consumed avant-garde theater and home accessories.
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    How Cecil Beaton Transformed Hotel Rooms Into DestinationsAfter he checked into a room, it never looked the same.
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    Tiffany Trump’s Forgotten Pop Anthem Is the Song of SummerIt’s called “Like a Bird.”
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    How New York Has Covered Hillary Clinton Over 24 YearsAs spouse, senator, loser, winner.
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    What Has (and Hasn’t) Changed About Workplace Sexism Since 1973Office gals fetching coffee may be a thing of the past, but the working woman’s revolt certainly isn’t.
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    The Diane Arbus Photo That Almost Killed New York MagazineRevisiting the Viva profile that nearly got Clay Felker fired.
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    When Upscale ‘Unwed Mothers’ Were a Newborn TrendRevisiting Patricia Morrisroe’s 1983 New York feature, “Mommy Only.”