Issue of 2005-04-11
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ JOHN PAUL II/ David Remnick on the life of Karol Wojtyla.
INK / BATTLE OF THE TABS/Ben McGrath on the recent flare up between the Post and the Daily News
LOST TREASURES/ DEEP/ Adam Green finds an early diving chamber in storage at Coney Island.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ ALL TOGETHER NOW/ James Surowiecki on Sony and the dangers of going it
ART AND SCIENCE/ Richard Preston/ Capturing the Unicorn/ Two mathematicians tackle a tapestry.
FICTION/ Mohammed Naseehu Ali/ “Mallam Sile”
BOOKS/ John Cassidy/ Always With Us?/ Jeffrey Sachs’s plan to eradicate world poverty.
ON TELEVISION/ >Nancy Franklin/ Living Large/ Kirstie Alley fills the screen in “Fat Actress.”
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Slow Fade/ The afterlife of an indie band.
THE THEATRE/ Hilton Als/ Shades of Black/ Race relations in “This Is How It Goes” and “Julius Caesar.”
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Feelings/ “Sin City” and “A Hole in
FROM THE ARCHIVE
PROFILES/ Richard Preston/ The Mountains of Pi/ Issue of 1992-03-02/ The Chudnovskys, who were then engaged in an exploration of pi, one of the most mysterious numbers in mathematics.
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