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  • Daytrippers: Sex And The City Tour

    Daytrippers: Sex And The City Tour
    There was Berger. And Richard. Don't forget the Hot Priest or Trey and his protectively prissy mother. The "Sex and the City Hotspots Tour" will help you remember a variety of colorful characters from the popular TV and movie franchise but none better than the Fabulous Four -- Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha.
  • Diane Farr: Visiting home without phoning home

    My birthplace is New York City, which might seem a very anonymous place. Yet, after moving away, the first time I "snuck" back to my hometown -- without telling my family -- I was convinced I would get caught. I worried both in California, where I live...

    'Minsk, 2011' finds sexual heat in totalitarian chill

     'Minsk, 2011' finds sexual heat in totalitarian chill
    In these free, privileged United States, the phrase "Sex in the City" conjures up a premium-cable experience of hot nights, cool fashion, heavy appetizers and relationship angst so light it might fly away on the West Village breeze. But whither real sex...

    Line between mentorship and rivalry blurs in whip-smart 'Stories'

    Line between mentorship and rivalry blurs in whip-smart 'Stories'
    It's axiomatic that success in the business, academic or creative worlds — heck, success in life in general — comes much more easily to those who are lucky enough to have a powerful, caring mentor. It's fun to be a mentor. One feels like one...

    Oliver Sacks makes discovery an intimate pursuit in 'Hallucinations'

    NEW YORK — Oliver Sacks never meant to be part of the story. Indeed, much of his new book, "Hallucinations," (Alfred A. Knopf: 326 pp., $26.95), which mixes case studies, analysis and personal observation, had already been written when, in March...