The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty: The Game, the Team, and the Cost of Greatness, by Buster Olney. Ecco, 346 pages, $26.95.
I felt Chuck Knoblauch’s pain. I’d watch him snare a grounder at second base, and my stomach would twist in a knot as he faced the throw to first. Suddenly Read More
On the afternoon of Monday, March 29, the man who convinced Richard Clarke to set pen to paper walked into a dark restaurant on the Upper East Side. “It has kind of a Mafia feel,” Len Sherman said cheerily as he took off his sunglasses and settled into a quiet booth.
Tanned, tieless and laid-back Read More
New York, New York
As the aftershocks of Sept. 11 continue to rattle the country, one mightexpect
that Americans would downgrade New York City on their list of most desirable
places to live. Images of a city under siege-its downtown partially in ruins,
its mailrooms possibly contaminated with anthrax-have become nightly fare on
national Read More