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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 2 Years, 79 Issues, 1,940 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1977 = 34 Issues, 805 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1977 = 10 Issues, 232 Articles
        1. [+]
          January 10, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. The Power Game: This Year They're Doing It With Mirrors by Ken Auletta, pp. 31-37
          2. The Coming Baby Boom by Linda Wolfe, pp. 38-46
          3. Tom Stoppard, Nonstop: Word Games With a Hit Playwright by Jon Bradshaw, pp. 47-51
          4. Power Failures of 1976 by Alan Rich, pp. 52-54
          5. The City Politic: Medicaid Woes---Expose Is Not Reform by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 6-7
          6. The Bottom Line: 1976's Hottest Stock---Too Much Gambling Fever? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 8-10
          7. [+]
            Movies: May, Bogdanovich, and Streisand---Vareties of Death Wish by John Simon, pp. 55-57 - 3 Reviews
            1. Mikey and Nicky (1976 Film) by Elaine May
            2. Nickelodeon (1976 Film) by Peter Bogdanovich
            3. A Star Is Born (1976 Film) by Frank Pierson
          8. Lively Arts: Weaver's Day, pp. 60-61
          9. Theater: Broadway at Mid-Season---A Land of Ghosts and Ghouls by Alan Rich, pp. 62-63
          10. Your Own Business: Sizing Up the Graduate Schools by William Flanagan, pp. 64-65
          11. The Underground Gourmet: Give 'Em Health by Milton Glaser and Gertrude Snyder, pp. 68-69
          12. Art: Greuze---Up from the Cellar and Out on the Shelf, pp. 70-73
          13. Wine: Hooray for the New Beaujolais by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 74-76
          14. American Journal: An Official White House Pollster---Why Not? by Richard Reeves, pp. 88-90
          15. Letters, p. 5
          16. In and Around Town, pp. 11-30
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 58-59
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 66-67
          19. New York Classified, pp. 77-82
          20. Town & Country Properties, pp. 83-85
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 86
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 87
          23. Cover: Baby Boom by Melinda Bordelon
        2. [+]
          January 17, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Reintroducing the Barter Economy by William Flanagan, pp. 25-29
          2. How to Pass the Test of Time by Mark Jonathan Harris, pp. 30-31
          3. Iphigene Sulzberger: The Hidden Power Behind the 'Times' by Lally Weymouth, pp. 32-42
          4. The Capitol Letter: Carter's Consumer Scorecard by Mark Green, pp. 5-6
          5. The Bottom Line: Best Stocks of '77 by Dan Dorfman, pp. 7-8
          6. Law Review: Copping the Graduates, Copping the Plea by Steven Brill, pp. 9-10
          7. Food: Goat Cheese---A Shot in the Taste Buds by Florence Fabricant, pp. 43-45
          8. Theater: "Fiddler" With Strings Attached by Alan Rich, p. 50
          9. Dance: ABT's "Nutcracker," Goods Without Goo by Ruth Gilbert, p. 51
          10. Movies: Slow Critics at Work by John Simon, pp. 52-56
          11. Art: Unvarnished Truths by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 58-62
          12. Restaurants: La Colombe d'Or---Translation From the Provencal by Florence Fabricant, p. 63
          13. American Journal: Here's to Our National Health by Adam Smith, pp. 80-82
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 11-24
          15. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 46-47
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 48-49
          17. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 57
          18. Travel Services, pp. 64-65
          19. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 66-68
          20. New York Classified, pp. 69-74
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 75-77
          22. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 78-79
          23. Cover: A hypothetical barter proposal, photographed by Dan Wynn
        3. [+]
          January 24, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Ehrlichman's in Prison. But First, This Word... by Nick Thimmesch, pp. 31-38
          2. The Lunch Bunch Starts a Restaurant by Ellen Stern, pp. 39-48
          3. Move Over, Deco---Here Comes Mission Furniture by Carol Brener, pp. 49-60
          4. The Power of 100 Black Men by Jacob Wortham, pp. 61-66
          5. The Capitol Letter: In Pursuit of Historical Truth at the Gridiron Club by John Kenneth Galbraith, pp. 8-9
          6. The Bottom Line: Revisiting the Smartest Man on Wall Street by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-12
          7. The Underground Gourmet: The Whey to Go by Gertrude Snyder, p. 67
          8. Your Own Business: The $299 London Round Trip, and Other Plane Deals by William Flanagan, pp. 74-75
          9. Art: Wry on Swiss by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 76-80
          10. [+]
            Movies: Truth---No Stranger Than Fiction by John Simon, pp. 83-85 - 2 Reviews
            1. Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976 Film) by Barbara Kopple
            2. Pumping Iron (1977 Film) by George Butler and Robert Fiore
          11. Music: Ninth Annual Mozart Birthday Article by Alan Rich, p. 86
          12. Theater: "Dirty Linen" Is Pure Silk by Alan Rich, pp. 87-89
          13. American Journal: Hollywood's Iron Law Comes to Washington by Sidney Zion, pp. 104-106
          14. Letters, p. 7
          15. In and Around Town, pp. 13-30
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 68-69
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 70-73
          18. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 81-82
          19. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 90
          20. New York Classified, pp. 91-98
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 99-101
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 102-103
          23. Cover: John Ehrlichman Transformed (Maybe), illustration by Julian Allen
        4. [+]
          January 31, 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. How We Will Beat the Energy Crisis by Andrew Tobias, pp. 26-31
          2. The Ice Age Cometh...Or Is It Just Another Lousy Winter? by Steen S. Ross, pp. 32-36
          3. Food, Glorious Food, Up & Down Broadway by Florence Fabricant, pp. 37-53
          4. The New (Sob!) Masculinity by Dorothy Seiberling, pp. 54-55
          5. The City Politic: The Wizard of Ooze by Doug Ireland, pp. 6-7
          6. The Bottom Line: The Year's Biggest Ripoff Artist? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 8-10
          7. Brief Lives: Simon Gray---Otherwise Involved by Oleg Kerensky, pp. 60-61
          8. The Insatiable Critic: I Love Le Cirque, But Can I Be Trusted by Gael Greene, pp. 62-65
          9. Music: Horne of Plenty, "Prophete" With Honor by Alan Rich, p. 67
          10. Theater: Rave Revue by Alan Rich, p. 68
          11. Movies: "Providence"---Improvident, Imprudent, Impossible by John Simon, pp. 70-74
          12. Your Own Business: Stock Options---When It Pays to Exercise by William Flanagan, pp. 76-77
          13. American Journal: Abu Daoud and Some Doubts About Things French by Cleveland Amory, pp. 88-90
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 11-25
          15. New York Intelligencer, pp. 56-57
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 58-59
          17. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 66
          18. Travel Services, p. 69
          19. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 75
          20. New York Classified, pp. 78-84
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 85-87
          22. Cover: Bountiful Broadway, photoraphed by Matthew Klein
        5. [+]
          February 7, 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. Hellzafloppin: Is This the End of Jerry Lewis? by Cliff Jahr, pp. 32-38
          2. Turnstile Justice: Nabbing the Slug-Users by John Berendt, pp. 39-42
          3. The Ordeal of Kate Rothko: The War Isn't Over in Marlborough Country by Paul Gardner, pp. 43-55
          4. The City Politic: What Is Bella Running for Now? by Ned Potter, pp. 10-11
          5. The Bottom Line: ITT and the SEC Again---Names May Be Named by Dan Dorfman, pp. 12-14
          6. Television: The Way We Were at Our Worst by Harriet Van Horne, p. 62
          7. Art: Reluctant Symbolist by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 63-65
          8. Restaurants: The Algonquin---Where the Twenties Meet the Seventies by Jane O'Reilly, pp. 66-68
          9. Music: The Met---Seldom Better, Never Worse by Alan Rich, pp. 69-70
          10. The Underground Gourmet: Pita, Pita, Pita by Gertrude Snyder, pp. 72-74
          11. Your Own Business: Co-op Shopping---Money Helps, but... by William Flanagan, pp. 75-77
          12. Movies: "The Wonderful Crook"---No Holes in the Swiss by John Simon, pp. 78-83
          13. Letters, p. 9
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 15-31
          15. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 56-57
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 58-61
          17. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 71
          18. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 84-85
          19. New York Classified, pp. 86-91
          20. Town & Country Properties, pp. 92-95
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 96-98
          22. Cover: Painting by Ignacio Gomez
        6. [+]
          February 14, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. New York Is for Lovers by Dan Wynn, pp. 34-38
          2. Is Chocolate Be the Food of Love, Dip On by Michael Batterberry and Ariane Batterberry, pp. 39-45
          3. From Whiz Ad Woman to Whiz Novelist in Five Years by Melanie Shorin, pp. 46-53
          4. The City Politic: CUNY's Future---It's All Politics by Ronald I. Rubin, pp. 6-10
          5. The Bottom Line: Static at the Biggest CB-Radio Company by Dan Dorfman, pp. 11-14
          6. Fashion: From Bed to Bistro by Priscilla Tucker, pp. 54-55
          7. Your Own Business: The Best Retirement Investment Arouhnd by William Flanagan, pp. 58-60
          8. Television: Sweetness and Life by Harriet Van Horne, p. 61
          9. Movies: Star-Spangled Boner by John Simon, pp. 65-66
          10. Art: Dan Flavin at the Gates of Light by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 67-70
          11. Behavior: Do Body Rhythms Really Make You Tick? by Vicki Goldberg, pp. 71-76
          12. Theater: Full Steam Ahead, Nowhere to Go by Alan Rich, pp. 88-91
          13. Dance: Star Trekking With the ABT by Ruth Gilbert, p. 92
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 15-33
          15. New York Intelligencer, pp. 56-57
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 62-64
          17. Travel Services, p. 77
          18. New York Classified, pp. 78-84
          19. Town & Country Properties, pp. 85-87
          20. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 93-94
          21. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 95
          22. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 96-98
          23. Cover: photograph by Dan Wynn
        7. [+]
          February 21, 1977 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. Twenty-six Hours of Insanity: A Marijuana Nightmare by Robert C. Tucker, pp. 33-35
          2. Pinky's Pictures by Dorothy Seiberling, pp. 36-40
          3. Medical Politics in New York: A Burn Center Goes Up in Smoke by Clark Whelton, pp. 41-45
          4. How Madison Avenue Didn't Put a Ford In Your Future by Malcolm D. MacDougall, pp. 46-54
          5. Four Interior Designers and How They Live by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 64-69
          6. The Bottom Line: Three Wheeler-dealers and a Billion-Dollar Corporation by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-14
          7. [+]
            Movies: "Casanova"---Dead Film in a Dead Language by John Simon, pp. 57-59 - 1 Review
            1. Fellini's Casanova (1976 Film) by Federico Fellini
          8. Theater: Cast Away by a Very Usual Destiny in the Gray Slush of February, p. 62
          9. Television: Out of the Flying Pan and Into the Mire by Harriet Van Horne, p. 63
          10. Music & Dance: Poulenc's Sublime Solemnity by Alan Rich and Ruth Gilbert, p. 89
          11. Art: Ensor, the Masked Marvel by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 90-92
          12. Your Own Business: A New Way to Pay by William Flanagan, pp. 94-95
          13. In and Around Town, pp. 15-32
          14. New York Intelligencer, pp. 55-56
          15. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 60-61
          16. New York Interiors, pp. 70-79
          17. New York Classified, pp. 80-86
          18. Town & Country Properties, pp. 87-88
          19. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 93
          20. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 96-98
          21. Cover: Angelo Donghia at home, photographed by Charles Wiesehahn
        8. [+]
          February 28, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Meet the New Godfather by Paul S. Meskil, pp. 28-32
          2. Nobody Ever Said 'No' to Freddie Prinze by Geraldo Rivera, pp. 33-40
          3. Banding Together---The Best Way to Cope by Bill Claflin and Pat Thaler, pp. 41-49
          4. Alex Haley: Tale of a Talker by Marty Bell, pp. 50-51
          5. The Capitol Letter: Some New York Accents in Carter's Inner Circle by Nick Thimmesch, pp. 5-9
          6. The Bottom Line: A Scary Outlook---Surging Interest Rates, Higher Inflation by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-12
          7. [+]
            Movies: See Jane Star by John Simon, pp. 54-55 - 4 Reviews
            1. Fun with Dick and Jane (1977 Film) by Ted Kotcheff
            2. Thieves (1977 Film) by John Berry and Alfred Viola
            3. The Cassandra Crossing (1976 Film) by George P. Cosmatos
            4. The Sentinel (1977 Film) by Michael Winner
          8. Art: Feel of Flying by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 58-60
          9. Theater: Now Is the Time for All Good Men to Come to the Party by Alan Rich, pp. 61-62
          10. Music: A Touch of Sing-Sing 'Mid the Sing-Song by Alan Rich, p. 63
          11. The Underground Gourmet: Out of the Fire and Into the Frying Pan by Gertrude Snyder, pp. 64-66
          12. Television: Living at the Brink of Disaster by Harriet Van Horne, p. 67
          13. Your Own Business: Where to Take the Plunge by William Flanagan, pp. 68-69
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 13-27
          15. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 52-53
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 56-57
          17. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 70-73
          18. Travel Services, pp. 74-75
          19. New York Classified, pp. 76-82
          20. Town & Country Properties, pp. 83-85
          21. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 86-87
          22. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 88-90
          23. Cover: The New Godfather, photographed by Carl Fischer
        9. [+]
          March 7, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
          1. The Annenberg Affair: Mystery at the Met by Barbara Goldsmith, pp. 31-37
          2. Psychosurgery: The New Russian Roulette by Lori Andrews, pp. 38-40
          3. Flowers to the People: A Special Gardening Section, p. 41
          4. Public Splendors by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 42-52
          5. How Their Gardens Do Grow! by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 53-57
          6. Flowers for Every Month of the Year by Genevieve Anya, pp. 58-59
          7. Make Your Own Arrangements by Helen Stern-Schlanger, pp. 60-61
          8. The Fruits of Your Labors by Everly Adams, pp. 62-63
          9. How to Droop-Proof Your Blooms by Sandra Erikson, pp. 64-65
          10. The City Politic: Waiting for Wagner by Doug Ireland, pp. 10-11
          11. The Bottom Line: Are Glamour Stocks Finally Bargains? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 12-14
          12. Theater: Living by Words Alone by Alan Rich, p. 71
          13. Art: Radical "Emptiness" by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 72-73
          14. Movies: Hokey Hockey, Genuine Fake by John Simon, pp. 76-80
          15. Music: Elliott Carter's Eloquent Complexities by Alan Rich, p. 92
          16. Television: Truth and Consequences by Harriet Van Horne, p. 97
          17. Your Own Business: The Cost of a Renewed You by William Flanagan, pp. 98-99
          18. Letters, p. 9
          19. In and Around Town, pp. 15-30
          20. New York Intelligencer, pp. 66-70
          21. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 74-75
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 81
          23. New York Classified, pp. 82-87
          24. Town & Country Properties, pp. 88-91
          25. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 93-96
          26. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 100-102
          27. Cover: Illustrated by Barry Zaid
        10. [+]
          March 14, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. Carter to City: "Heal Thyself" by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 34-38
          2. So, What's the Story Now, Jerry? by William Flanagan, pp. 39-42
          3. The Mysterious Death of a Master Wiretapper by John S. Tompkins, pp. 43-48
          4. All the Art That's Fit to Befuddle by Michael R. Gordon, pp. 49-52
          5. Fear of Parasites: Isadora Meets Her Match by Erica Jong, pp. 53-63
          6. The Capitol Letter: The Senior Mr. Kennedy---Hunkering Down to Wrok by Nick Thimmesch, pp. 8-14
          7. [+]
            Movies: The Unimportance of Being Ernest by John Simon, pp. 69-70 - 2 Reviews
            1. Islands in the Stream (1977 Film) by Franklin J. Schaffner
            2. Mother Kusters Goes to Heaven (1975 Film) by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
          8. Theater: Little Egypt, Less Shaw by Alan Rich, pp. 71-72
          9. Music: Two Dumplings in Love by Alan Rich, p. 73
          10. Brief Lives: Robert Benton---From Out to In by Harold T.P. Hayes, pp. 76-78
          11. The Passionate Sipper: The Noblest Brandy of Them All by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 79-85
          12. Home Furnishings: House Painting---A New Kind of Family Portrait by Erica Brown, pp. 86-88
          13. Art: He Tried to Be a Camera by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 89-95
          14. The Underground Gourmet: Buba Ghannooj and Couscous Too by Gertrude Snyder, p. 109
          15. Television: Presidential Timbre by Harriet Van Horne, pp. 110-111
          16. Letters, p. 7
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 15-33
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 64-68
          19. New York Intelligencer, pp. 74-75
          20. Travel Services, pp. 96-97
          21. New York Classified, pp. 98-103
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 104-106
          23. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 107-108
          24. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 112
          25. Cover: Photograph by Doug Bruce
      2. [+]
        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1977 = 5 Issues, 123 Articles
        1. [+]
          April 25, 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. Beckman Place to Brooklyn (and Back) by Anthony Haden-Guest, pp. 39-44
          2. Leapin' Lizards! Has Annie Gone Pinko?!? by Bob Abel, pp. 45-54
          3. The Upper Crusts: A Guide to Delectable Breads by Elin Schoen, pp. 55-62
          4. The Capital Letter by Amitai Etzioni, pp. 10-11
          5. The Bottom Line by Dan Dorfman, pp. 12-13
          6. Art: Across the River and Into P.S. 1 by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 63-65
          7. The Insatiable Critic: 1 Rm, No Riv Vu by Gael Greene, pp. 68-70
          8. Theater: Jungle Law in a Texas Desert by Alan Rich, p. 71
          9. The Urban Stategist by Nancy McKeon, pp. 74-80
          10. Records: Meditations on Infinity by Alan Rich, pp. 81-82
          11. [+]
            Movies: Of Dimwits, Nitwits, and Halfwits by John Simon, pp. 95-98 - 1 Review
            1. Three Women (1977 Film) by Robert Altman
          12. Your Own Business by William Flanagan, pp. 100-101
          13. Letters, pp. 7-9
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 14-38
          15. New York Intelligencer, pp. 66-67
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 72-73
          17. Travel Services, pp. 83-84
          18. New York Classified, pp. 85-91
          19. Town & Country Properties, pp. 92-94
          20. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 99
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 102-104
          22. Cover: Inside the New Gambling Dens, photographed by Carl Fischer
        2. [+]
          May 2, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. The New Life of Henry Kissinger by Tad Szulc, pp. 35-38
          2. The Big Boom in Co-op Apartments by Peter Hellman, pp. 39-41
          3. Camera Rascals by Stanley P. Friedman, pp. 42-43
          4. Finding Our Fathers: The Search for Jewish Roots by Dan Rottenberg, pp. 44-53
          5. The City Politic: The Race for Mayor---A $1-Million Tab by Ken Lerer, pp. 11-13
          6. The Bottom Line: And Now the Investors Want to Take Over the Asylum by Dan Dorfman, pp. 14-16
          7. Your Own Business: Timing Your Stock Sale by William Flanagan, pp. 56-60
          8. The Urban Stategist: Fresh-Air Fun---Country Camps for City Kids by Julie Maxey, pp. 64-67
          9. Theater: A Coal Barge Named Desire by Alan Rich, pp. 68-69
          10. Art: Blue Nymphs and White Water by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 70-73
          11. Movie: Belated Juvenilia by John Simon, pp. 74-78
          12. New York Journal: Saturday's at Gino's by Anthony Haden-Guest, p. 89
          13. Music & Dance: An Honorable Failure by Alan Rich and Ruth Gilbert, pp. 90-91
          14. Fashion: Accessories Before the Fact by Priscilla Tucker and Carol March, pp. 92-94
          15. The Underground Gourmet: A Place in the Sun by Gertrude Snyder, p. 96
          16. Letters, pp. 6-10
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 17-34
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 54-55
          19. New York Intelligencer, pp. 61-63
          20. New York Classified, pp. 79-85
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 86-88
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 95
          23. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 97-99
          24. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 100-102
          25. Cover: Jan Leighton as Henry Kissinger, photographed by Carl Fischer
        3. [+]
          May 9, 1977 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. How the Pentagon Silenced Grumman by David Marash, pp. 35-38
          2. On to the Derby by Joe McGinniss, pp. 39-41
          3. The Sixth Annual Salary Survey by Frederick Allen, pp. 42-47
          4. Squaring Off: Christie's Versus Parke Bernet by Leon Harris, pp. 48-53
          5. Alvin Ailey: Dancing on a Tightrope by Peter J. Rosenwald, pp. 54-59
          6. The City Politic: The Man Who Keeps Suing New York by Paul Hoffman, pp. 10-11
          7. The Bottom Line: An Invitation for Dining, Disco-Dancing...and the SEC by Dan Dorfman, pp. 12-14
          8. Theater: Thank Heaven for Little Girls by Alan Rich, pp. 62-63
          9. The Insatiable Critic: In Praise of the High-Wire Act at the Palace by Gael Greene, pp. 64-66
          10. [+]
            Movies: Well-Intentioned, Ill-Conceived by John Simon, pp. 70-75 - 4 Reviews
            1. Jacob the Liar (1975 Film) by Frank Beyer
            2. The Wild Duck (1977 Film) by Hans W. Geissendorfer
            3. Wizards (1977 Film) by Ralph Bakshi
            4. The Beast (1975 Film) by Walerian Borowczyk
          11. Food: On the Perfect Bouillabaisse by William Bayer and Paula Wolfert, pp. 76-83
          12. Home Furnishings: Frankly French by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 86-88
          13. Art: David's Plot by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 101-104
          14. Letters, p. 9
          15. In and Around Town, pp. 15-34
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 60-61
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 67-69
          18. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 84-85
          19. Travel Services, pp. 89-90
          20. New York Classified, pp. 91-97
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 98-100
          22. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 105-107
          23. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 108
          24. Cover: Photographs by Martha Swope
        4. [+]
          May 23, 1977 Issue = 28 Articles
          1. Strivers' Row: The Good Life in Harlem by Stephen Birmingham, pp. 30-35
          2. Elegant Dining Without Really Trying, p. 36
          3. Ceremony of Indolence: The Haute Covered-Dish Supper by Gael Greene, pp. 37-39
          4. Four Easy Picnics by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 40-42
          5. A Corking New Wine Theory by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 43-45
          6. Ten Cooks Review Their Most Intimate (Kitchen) Secrets by Paula Wolfert, pp. 46-48
          7. The Compleat Lazy Host by Michael Batterberry and Ariane Batterberry, pp. 49-55
          8. The Choosing's Simple and the Wine Is Cheap by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 56-58
          9. Kiss, Kiss, Kvetch, Kvetch: What's Ailing the New Belles of Letters by Elin Schoen, pp. 59-69
          10. City Marshals: BiG Dippers From the Public Trough by Samantha McIntosh, pp. 70-71
          11. The City Politic: Cuomo and the Liberal Party---A Double Crap Shoot by Steven Marcus, pp. 8-9
          12. The Bottom Line: The $65-Million Panic on Wall Street by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-12
          13. Art: Kenneth Noland---Hesitant Prophet by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 76-79
          14. New York Journal: A Shabby Dog Story by Claire Berman, p. 80
          15. Records: Tinkle, Clatter, Eloquence, Passion by Alan Rich, pp. 81-82
          16. Movies: The Boast of Heraldry by John Simon, pp. 83-85
          17. Theater: Happy Returns by Alan Rich, pp. 86-88
          18. Letters, pp. 6-7
          19. In and Around Town, pp. 13-29
          20. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 72-73
          21. New York Intelligencer, pp. 74-75
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 89
          23. Travel Services, pp. 90-91
          24. New York Classified, pp. 92-98
          25. Town & Country Properties, pp. 99-101
          26. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 102-103
          27. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 104
          28. Cover: Photographed by Arnold Rosenberg
        5. [+]
          June 6, 1977 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. How Carter Fouled the Israeli Elections by Tad Szulc, pp. 36-39
          2. A Friend's Farewell to James Jones by William Styron, pp. 40-44
          3. Columbus Avenue---Rebirth of a Vibrant Street by Gael Greene, Veronica McNiff, and Gertrude Snyder, ..., pp. 45-58
          4. Stevie's Wonders by Priscilla Tucker, pp. 59-60
          5. How Thieves Are Hiking Your Utility Bills by Sol Chaneles, pp. 61-65
          6. The City Politic: The Debt That Kills by Howard Samuels, pp. 12-13
          7. The Bottom Line: The 30-Cent Solution to the Energy Crisis by Dan Dorfman, pp. 14-16
          8. Theater: Sturm udn Durang by Alan Rich, pp. 66-67
          9. Art: Breakthrough With Tanks by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 70-72
          10. The Lively Arts: "1900"---It Won't Be Bertolucci's Last Tango by Paul Gardner, pp. 73-78
          11. Television: Members of the Wedding by Ellen Stern, p. 79
          12. The Passionate Shopper: The Price Is White by Barbara Riegelhaupt, pp. 92-97
          13. Music: Fame and Misfortune by Alan Rich, p. 98
          14. Between the Lines, p. 7
          15. New York Intelligencer, pp. 8-9
          16. Letters, pp. 10-11
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 17-35
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 68-69
          19. Travel Services, pp. 80-81
          20. New York Classified, pp. 82-88
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 89-91
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 99
          23. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 100-102
          24. Cover: Photographed by John Olson
      3. [+]
        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1977 = 8 Issues, 180 Articles
        1. [+]
          August 1, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Special Report: How We Beat the Blackout, p. 28
          2. Why the Cops Didn't Shoot by Thomas Plate, pp. 29-31
          3. Where Was Luce When the Lights Went Out? by William Flanagan, p. 32
          4. Who Get's the Blame? , pp. 33-34
          5. Twenty Bright Ideas for the Next Blackout by Elin Schoen, pp. 35-36
          6. What's Free in August by Leonore Fleischer, p. 37
          7. August City Life-Guide by Ruth Gilbert, pp. 38-44
          8. The Beast in the Strand Book Store by Donald Newlove, pp. 45-47
          9. The Landlubber's Guide to City Island by Barney Cohen, pp. 48-55
          10. The City Politic: The Politics of Darkness by Doug Ireland, pp. 8-9
          11. The Bottom Line: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the FBI by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-12
          12. Art: For Each Man Kilns the Thing He Loves by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 56-59
          13. [+]
            Movies: Rough Riding by John Simon, pp. 65-68 - 4 Reviews
            1. Sorcerer (1977 Film) by William Friedkin
            2. I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977 Film) by Anthony Page
            3. The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977 Film) by Don Taylor
            4. Orca - The Killer Whale (1977 Film) by Michael Anderson
          14. Music: Sound Scholarship by Alan Rich, p. 70
          15. Letters, p. 5
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 13-27
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 60-64
          19. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 69
          20. Travel Services, p. 71
          21. New York Classified, pp. 72-76
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 77-79
          23. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 80-82
        2. [+]
          August 8, 1977 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. Pele Revisited: The Loneliness of a Long-Distance Kicker by Peter Bodo, pp. 25-29
          2. Beyond Liberation: Confessions of a Dependent Woman by Colette Dowling, pp. 30-36
          3. The Trashing of LeMans: The New Civil War Begins by Orde Coombs, pp. 43-45
          4. Diet for a Small Madman: Food Chemicals and Behavior by Christopher Norwood, pp. 46-52
          5. The Capitol Letter: Koreagate---Jaworski's Waterloo? by Nick Thimmesch, pp. 7-11
          6. Home Furnishings: Indian Summer Treasures by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 37-42
          7. [+]
            Movies: Eye Poppers by John Simon, pp. 53-54 - 2 Reviews
            1. The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977 Film) by Marty Feldman
            2. In the Realm of the Senses (1976 Film) by Nagisa Oshima
          8. Art: Wayne Thiebaud---Eternal Mayonnaise by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 56-57
          9. Music: Opera Abroad---Some Alternatives, Mostly Agreeable by Alan Rich, pp. 62-63
          10. Restaurants: Small Is Beautiful by Linda Wolfe, p. 66
          11. New York Intelligencer, pp. 5-6
          12. In and Around Town, pp. 12-24
          13. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 55
          14. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 58-61
          15. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 64-65
          16. New York Classified, pp. 67-71
          17. Town & Country Properties, pp. 72-75
          18. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 76
          19. Cover: Photograph by Bill Cadge
        3. [+]
          August 15, 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. Astoria Is Reborn by Paul Gardner, pp. 28-31
          2. George Steinbrenner, Get Out of Town! by Jeff Greenfield, p. 32
          3. Cookie Chic: The Great Chocolate-Chip Controversy by Elin Schoen, pp. 33-39
          4. New York's Mr. Lucky by Doug Ireland, pp. 40-45
          5. The Capitol Letter: Shades of Ron Ziegler and Other White House Ghosts by Diane K. Shah, pp. 8-10
          6. The Bottom Line: Good News From Du Pont---But Does Anybody Care? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 11-13
          7. The Underground Gourmet: Beau Pere---Come Hungry by Gertrude Snyder, pp. 48-49
          8. Night Fevers: Amazing Grace by Nik Cohn, pp. 50-53
          9. The Urban Strategist: Putting Up the Dog---A Guide to Local Kennels by Catharine Hughes, pp. 54-55
          10. Art: Vollard's Deal by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 56-59
          11. [+]
            Movies: Imperiled Existences by John Simon, pp. 60-64 - 2 Reviews
            1. Outrageous! (1977 Film) by Richard Benner
            2. La Grande Bourgeoise (1974 Film) by Mauro Bolognini
          12. Records: Lotte Lehmann Remembered---But Not Nearly Enough by Alan Rich, pp. 65-66
          13. Letters, p. 5
          14. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          15. In and Around Town, pp. 14-27
          16. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 46-47
          17. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 67-69
          18. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 70
          19. New York Classified, pp. 71-76
          20. Town & Country Properties, pp. 77-79
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 80-82
          22. Cover: Cookie Monster Photographed by Carl Fischer
        4. [+]
          August 22, 1977 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. The Perils of the Picture Show: Fade-out on an Era by Ron Chernow, pp. 28-33
          2. The World's Most Infuriating Crossword Competition by Jack Iams, pp. 34-36
          3. The Search for Sam: Why It Took So Long by Robert Daley, pp. 37-45
          4. The, Uh, Madcap Wasp Comedian by Janet Coleman, pp. 46-51
          5. The City Politic: What's-Her-Name Against Whozit by Ken Lerer, pp. 8-10
          6. The Bottom Line: An SEC Roasting---Beame and Goldin by Dan Dorfman, pp. 11-12
          7. Art: At the Whitney---Women Under Wraps by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 52-55
          8. [+]
            Movies: Of Superhuman Bondage by John Simon, pp. 58-59 - 2 Reviews
            1. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977 Film) by Lewis Gilbert
            2. March or Die (1977 Film) by Dick Richards
          9. Music: Opera in Britain, Opera by Britten by Alan Rich, pp. 60-61
          10. The Passionate Shopper: It Pays to Shop on the Bowery, pp. 62-69
          11. Letters, p. 5
          12. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          13. In and Around Town, pp. 13-27
          14. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 56-57
          15. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 70
          16. New York Classified, pp. 71-77
          17. New York Real Estate Classified, pp. 78-79
          18. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 80-82
          19. Cover: Photographed by Dan Wynn
        5. [+]
          August 29, 1977 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. Vernon Jordan, the Great Black Hope by Orde Coombs, pp. 26-28
          2. George Lois: Superman of Madison Avenue by George Lois, pp. 29-32
          3. Twelve-Page Handbook: New Routes to a College Degree by Pat Thaler and Sonya Shapiro, pp. 33-44
          4. Gay Power by Clarke Taylor, pp. 45-48
          5. Ten Lives by Louise Bernikow, pp. 49-51
          6. The Genius of Gaiety: Social Jesters in a Pompous World by T. George Harris, p. 52
          7. Style Power by Suzanne Slesin, p. 53
          8. The Capitol Letter: The Lance Report---Questions Left Unanswered by Doug Ireland, pp. 7-9
          9. The Bottom Line: The Dial-a-Flower Case---Avis vs. Avis by Dan Dorfman, pp. 10-11
          10. Art: English Artists, Warts and Halos by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 54-56
          11. Theater: Class Act by Alan Rich, p. 57
          12. [+]
            Movies: Don't Shoot the Actor---He's Doing the Best He Can by John Simon, pp. 58-61 - 3 Reviews
            1. The Sensual Man (1973 Film) by Marco Vicario
            2. Greased Lightning (1977 Film) by Michael Schultz
            3. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1977 Film) by Nicolas Gessner
          13. New York Intelligencer, pp. 5-6
          14. In and Around Town, pp. 12-25
          15. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 62-63
          16. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 64-65
          17. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 66
          18. Travel Services, p. 67
          19. New York Classified, pp. 68-72
          20. New York Real Estate Classified, pp. 73-75
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 76-78
          22. Cover: Photographed by John Olson
        6. [+]
          September 5, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Democratic Dogfight: A Hopeless Welter of Nonissues by Doug Ireland, pp. 34-38
          2. Campaign Diary: Is Saint Mario the Ethnic Savior? by Richard Gambino and Michael Novak, pp. 39-42
          3. What's Free in September by Leonore Fleischer, p. 43
          4. September City Life-Guide by Ruth Gilbert, pp. 44-50
          5. Here's Looking at Your by Ned Sherrin, pp. 51-54
          6. A Look Back at John Lindsay, or Remembrance of Things Trashed by William J. Quirk, pp. 55-58
          7. The Capitol Letter: Why Rockefeller Tried to Cover Up the CIA Probe by Tad Szulc, pp. 8-14
          8. The Bottom Line: Why Wall Street Listens to Igo by Dan Dorfman, pp. 15-16
          9. Home Furnishings: Just Good Friends by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 59-62
          10. Music: Redemption Through Mozart by Alan Rich, p. 63
          11. Brief Lives: Leonard Riggio. Of Course, of course by Ellen Stern, pp. 64-65
          12. [+]
            Movies: German Measliness by John Simon, pp. 70-74 - 2 Reviews
            1. Stroszek (1977 Film) by Werner Herzog
            2. Satan's Brew (1976 Film) by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
          13. Food: Not Just Chopped Meat---A Guide to Hamburgers Expertly Done by Ruth Spear, pp. 75-77
          14. American Journal: Carter and Lance, the Overdraft Dodgers by Doug Ireland, pp. 90-92
          15. New York Intelligencer, pp. 5-7
          16. In and Around Town, pp. 17-33
          17. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 66-68
          18. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 69
          19. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 78-79
          20. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 80
          21. New York Classified, pp. 81-86
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 87-89
          23. Cover: Photographed by Matthew Klein
        7. [+]
          September 12, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Give Us a Kiss, Stanley by Jonathan Reynolds, pp. 41-45
          2. Hello, Allie: Sherman Previews the Giants and Jets by Allie Sherman, pp. 46-47
          3. Learning a Lesson From the Catholic Schools by Robert Hoyt, pp. 48-55
          4. The Best of the 5-&-10s by Elin Schoen, pp. 56-58
          5. Bert Lance: A Fool and His Money... by Dan Dorfman, pp. 59-61
          6. "At Random": Cerf on Cerf by Bennett Cerf, pp. 62-67
          7. The City Politic: Flash Acts---For Whom the Camercas Roll by Jeff Greenfield, pp. 15-17
          8. Travel: Autumn Leaves by Nancy Winters, pp. 68-69
          9. Sports: Forest Hills---Another Daydream Bites the Dust by Louise Bernikow, pp. 70-73
          10. Fashion: New York Looks---Before the Fall by Mary Randolph Carter, p. 76
          11. The Underground Gourmet: Venetian Find by Gertrude Snyder, p. 77
          12. Home Furnishings: Prints Charming by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 78-81
          13. [+]
            Movies: Drippings by John Simon, pp. 82-83 - 5 Reviews
            1. One on One (1977 Film) by Lamont Johnson
            2. Sandakan #8 (1974 Film) by Kei Kumai
            3. Suspiria (1977 Film) by Dario Argento
            4. Walking Tall - The Final Chapter (1977 Film) by Jack Starrett
            5. The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977 Film) by Michael Pressman
          14. Art: Arshile Gorky Flies Again by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 84-87
          15. Records: Presence Indicative by Alan Rich, pp. 103-105
          16. New York Journal: The Nudie Blues by William Flanagan, p. 106
          17. Letters, p. 9
          18. New York Intelligencer, pp. 10-14
          19. In and Around Town, pp. 18-40
          20. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 74-75
          21. Travel Services, pp. 88-89
          22. New York Classified, pp. 90-95
          23. Town & Country Properties, pp. 96-98
          24. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 99
          25. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 100-102
          26. Cover: Photographed by Carl Fischer
        8. [+]
          September 19, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Introduction, p. 35
          2. Design: Durable Goods by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 36-37
          3. Music: Pacing the Music by Peter Rosenwald and Alan Rich, pp. 38-41
          4. [+]
            Film: A Man's Director, A Woman's Film by John Mariani, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
            1. Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977 Film) by Richard Brooks
          5. Architecture: The Architectural Artifact by Suzanne Stephens and Veronica McNiff, pp. 46-49
          6. Television: More From the Lunatic Fringe by Frank Rose, pp. 50-51
          7. [+]
            Books: Ritual of the Ring by Alice K. Turner, pp. 52-55 - 1 Review
            1. Flesh and Blood by Pete Hamill
          8. Fashion: Legal Chic by Priscilla Tucker, pp. 56-59
          9. Dance: Prance Charming by Paul Gardner and Ruth Gilbert, pp. 60-63
          10. Art: Surface Tension by Michael Crichton and Holly Pinto, pp. 64-67
          11. Theater: A Pain in the Neck by Paul Gardner and Gerald Kavanagh, pp. 68-71
          12. Sports: A Reed Grows in the Garden by Robert Vare and Gerald Kavanagh, pp. 72-76
          13. Michael Hardy: Portrait of a Man With a Gun by Mark Schorr, pp. 77-90
          14. Albany Diary: Fat Cats and Fast Horses by Paul Hoffman, pp. 10-16
          15. New York Journal: The Dove Strikes Back---A Morality PLay in Five Acts by Jessica Mitford, pp. 91-94
          16. The Urban Strategist: So You Want to Be a Quiz Kid? by Michael F. O'Connor, pp. 110-114
          17. American Journal: The Burning in Atlanta by Dan Dorfman, Doug Ireland, and Ken Lerer, p. 118
          18. Letters, p. 9
          19. In and Around Town, pp. 17-34
          20. Movies - Slices of Life by Ruth Gilbert, pp. 44-45
          21. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 95
          22. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 96-99
          23. New York Classified, pp. 100-105
          24. Town & Country Properties, pp. 106-109
          25. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 115-117
          26. Cover: Illustration by Michael Doret
      4. [+]
        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1977 = 11 Issues, 270 Articles
        1. [+]
          October 3, 1977 Issue = 27 Articles
          1. Introduction by Alden Whitman, p. 27
          2. Sudden Vacancies by Norris Randolph, pp. 28-29
          3. Saturday Night Dead by Herb Goro, pp. 30-31
          4. Life at the Morgue by Frederick A. Geib, pp. 32-35
          5. Terminal Cases by John D. MacDonald, pp. 36-37
          6. How a Dish of Manicotti Convicted Alice Crimmins by Milton Helpern, M.D. and Bernard Knight, M.D., ..., pp. 38-42
          7. What's Free in October by Leonore Fleischer, p. 43
          8. October City Life-Guide by Ruth Gilbert, pp. 44-50
          9. Ten Reasons Koch Won by Ken Lerer, pp. 51-57
          10. The Capitol Letter: The Unraveling of the Carter Presidency by Doug Ireland, pp. 8-11
          11. The Bottom Line: Betting on the Market---A Billion-Dollar Splurge, pp. 12-14
          12. The Insatiable Critic: Feeding the Night Crawler by Gael Greene, pp. 60-64
          13. Home Furnishings: The Classy Customized Co-op by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 65-67
          14. Art: Alex Katz's Sign of the Times by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 68-70
          15. [+]
            Movies: Caste of Characters by Molly Haskell, pp. 71-73 - 3 Reviews
            1. Short Eyes (1977 Film) by Robert M. Young
            2. One Special Day (1977 Film)
            3. Let Joy Reign Supreme (1974 Film) by Bertrand Tavernier
          16. Music: The Passing of Giants by Alan Rich, pp. 74-77
          17. Theater: Dim Quixote by John Simon, pp. 78-79
          18. American Journal: The Crank-Call Caper by Thomas Hauser, p. 92
          19. Letters, p. 5
          20. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          21. In and Around Town, pp. 15-26
          22. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 58-59
          23. New York Classified, pp. 80-85
          24. Town & Country Properties, pp. 86-89
          25. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 90
          26. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 91
          27. Cover: Photographed by Neal Slavin
        2. [+]
          October 10, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. Disco on Wheels! by Elin Schoen, pp. 28-33
          2. Is This Any Way to Run an Airline? No! by Blair Sabol, pp. 34-38
          3. ABC's Pierce: The Most Powerful Man in Television by Frank Swertlow, pp. 39-43
          4. An Inquisition Into Three Spanish Restaurants by Linda Wolfe, pp. 44-50
          5. What Ever Happened to the Old New School? by Paul Gardner, pp. 51-55
          6. The City Politic: Louis Gigante---The Connections of a Street Priest by Paul Hoffman, pp. 8-11
          7. The Bottom Line: Carter's Blind Trust---Heaven Only Knows by Dan Dorfman, pp. 12-13
          8. Theater: Tarting Up "Tartuffe" by John Simon, p. 56
          9. Music: It Won't Be a Stylish "Marriage" by Alan Rich, p. 57
          10. [+]
            Movies: On Not Seeing the Trees for the Forest by Molly Haskell, pp. 61-64 - 2 Reviews
            1. Julia (1977 Film) by Fred Zinnemann
            2. Bobby Deerfield (1977 Film) by Sydney Pollack
          11. Fashion: Dancing Into the Streets by Priscilla Tucker, pp. 65-67
          12. Art: Drawn and Quartered by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 70-72
          13. The Underground Gourmet: Arabian Bites by Gertrude Snyder, p. 73
          14. Records: Three's Company by Alan Rich, pp. 74-78
          15. Behavior: How to Succeed Face to Face by Michael Korda, p. 92
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 14-27
          18. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 58-60
          19. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 68-69
          20. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 79
          21. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 80
          22. Travel Services, p. 81
          23. New York Classified, pp. 82-88
          24. Town & Country Properties, pp. 89-91
          25. Cover: Photographed by Jan Patrick
        3. [+]
          October 24, 1977 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. The First-Ever Bloody Mary Blood Test by William Flanagan, pp. 36-38
          2. Wertmuller in Rome, Me in Panic by Candice Bergen, pp. 39-44
          3. "The 10 O'Clock News": It's Not Pretty, but It's Good by Jeff Greenfield, pp. 45-52
          4. Off and Running! A Viewer's Guide to the Marathon by James F. Fixx, pp. 53-59
          5. Crisis in the Bedroom by Karol White, pp. 60-67
          6. The City Politic: Yankees, $100 Million; Bronx, Zip by Rinker Buck, pp. 10-14
          7. The Bottom Line: How to Make $127,000 a Week by Dan Dorfman, pp. 15-18
          8. Art: The Big Picture by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 68-71
          9. Restaurants: Great Gusts of Ghee by William Bayer and Paula Wolfert, pp. 75-79
          10. New York Journal: Party Politics by Michael Batterberry and Ariane Batterberry, pp. 80-81
          11. Home Furnishings: Miracle on 54th Street by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 82-84
          12. Theater: Shaggy Dog by John Simon, pp. 85-87
          13. Brief Lives: Suddenly It's Sokol by Ellen Stern, pp. 88-89
          14. Movies: Coming Up for Air---Notes on the Fifteenth New York Film Festival by Molly Haskell, pp. 90-95
          15. Music: Small Sounds, Big Boom by Alan Rich, p. 110
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 8-9
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 19-35
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 72-74
          19. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 96-97
          20. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 98
          21. New York Classified, pp. 99-106
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 107-109
          23. Cover: Photographed by Bill Cadge
        4. [+]
          October 31, 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. Emerging From Schizophrenia: A Case History by Ann Loring, pp. 39-43
          2. How I Got Beefaloed by Ira Barmak, pp. 44-50
          3. Psychology of the New York Work Space by T. George Harris, pp. 51-54
          4. Office, Sweet Office by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 55-64
          5. Visible Means of Support by Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons, pp. 65-68
          6. True Tales of the New York Workplace by Orde Coombs, pp. 69-79
          7. Remarkable Names of Real People by John Train, pp. 80-81
          8. The City Public: Firemen's Pensions---A Burnt-Out Case by Ron Chernow, pp. 12-14
          9. The Bottom Line: A Billion-Dollar Tycoon in the Making by Dan Dorfman, pp. 15-16
          10. Wine: Buying Bordeaux Today---A Guide to Recent Vintages by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 82-87
          11. Theater: Strindberg Agonistes by John Simon, pp. 93-95
          12. Music: Operatic Travels, Traveling Operas by Alan Rich, pp. 96-101
          13. Art: Walter de Maria, or The Emperor's New Cat Box by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 102-105
          14. Movies: Exposing a Nerve by Molly Haskell, pp. 116-120
          15. The Urban Strategist: On Planting a New York Tree by Elin Schoen, p. 123
          16. Letters, p. 9
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 10-11
          18. In and Around Town, pp. 17-38
          19. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 88-90
          20. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 91-92
          21. New York Classified, pp. 106-111
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 112-115
          23. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 121-122
          24. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 124
          25. Cover: Photographed by Armen Kachaturian
        5. [+]
          November 7, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Carlos: The Most Dangerous Man in the World by Ovid Demaris, pp. 35-40
          2. Son of Bob vs. Son of Jerry by Michael Kramer, pp. 41-47
          3. [+]
            An Encounter With "Close Encounters" by William Flanagan, pp. 48-50 - 1 Review
            1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977 Film) by Steven Spielberg
          4. He Took Manhattan by Ellen Stern, pp. 51-54
          5. What's Free in November by Leonore Fleischer, p. 55
          6. November City Life-Guide by Ruth Gilbert, pp. 56-64
          7. Tipping the Balance of the Sexes by Douglas Colligan, pp. 65-74
          8. The City Politics: Fire Still Rages in Pension Fund by Michael Kramer, pp. 12-13
          9. The Bottom Line: The Eccentric Whiz Behind Studio 54 by Dan Dorfman, pp. 14-16
          10. Theater: Dingbat by John Simon, pp. 75-77
          11. Records: "Boris," but Not Good Enough by Alan Rich, pp. 78-81
          12. Music & Dances:...But Not the Voice of Reason by Alan Rich, pp. 82-87
          13. [+]
            Movies: An Unstable Fable by Molly Haskell, pp. 91-93 - 2 Reviews
            1. Equus (1977 Film) by Sidney Lumet
            2. The Lacemaker (1977 Film) by Claude Goretta
          14. Art: Jasper Johns, Tell a Vision by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 109-112
          15. New York Page of Lists: Fifteen Uncommon Statistics About New York by Andrew Hacker, p. 116
          16. Letters, p. 9
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 10-11
          18. In and Around Town, pp. 17-34
          19. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 88-90
          20. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 94-97
          21. Travel Services, p. 98
          22. New York Classified, pp. 99-104
          23. Town & Country Properties, pp. 105-108
          24. London Sunday Times Crossword, p. 113
          25. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 114-115
          26. Cover: Photographed by Nik Wheeler
        6. [+]
          November 14, 1977 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. Bess Myerson Is One Tough Customer by Susan Berman, pp. 45-49
          2. "Hi! I'm Ed Koch! How'm I Looking?", pp. 50-51
          3. Troubled Bridges Over New York Waters by Steve Ross, pp. 52-58
          4. The Battle Over "Business Week" by Chris Welles, pp. 59-72
          5. School for Whiz Kids by Pat Mcnees Mancini, pp. 73-88
          6. Special Section---The New York Skier, p. 97
          7. Getting Into Gear by Mary Randolph Carter and Suzy Chaffee, pp. 98-102
          8. The Skier's Dilemma: Finding the Great White Way by Stan Fischler and Richard Friedman, pp. 103-114
          9. Politics: The Strange Case of Richard Helms, pp. 12-15
          10. The Bottom Line: Another Scandal for Jimmy Carter? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 16-24
          11. Theater: Liza With a Zzzz... by John Simon, pp. 89-93
          12. Music: And Now, the Good News About Heavy Air Traffic by Alan Rich, pp. 115-116
          13. Art: Larry Rivers Strikes Again by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 117-120
          14. [+]
            Movies: "First Love" and Other Mixed Blessings by Molly Haskell, pp. 132-136 - 3 Reviews
            1. First Love (1977 Film) by Joan Darling
            2. Heroes (1977 Film) by Jeremy Paul Kagan
            3. Rolling Thunder (1977 Film) by John Flynn
          15. New York Page of Lists: Food and Drink Invented in New York by Stephanie Bernardo, p. 140
          16. Letters, p. 9
          17. New York Intelligencer, pp. 10-11
          18. In and Around Town, pp. 25-44
          19. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 94-96
          20. New York Classified, pp. 121-128
          21. Town & Country Properties, pp. 129-131
          22. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 137-138
          23. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 139
          24. Cover: Bess Myerson as the other Queen Bess, illustrated by Ed Sorel
        7. [+]
          November 21, 1977 Issue = 29 Articles
          1. Ed Costikyan: The Man You Really Elected Mayor by Paul Hoffman, pp. 43-45
          2. Elevator City by T. George Harris, p. 46
          3. Magnificent Little Rooms by Suzanne Slesin and Nancy McKeon, pp. 47-50
          4. What New Yorkers Do in Elevators by Ralph Keyes, pp. 51-58
          5. Enclosed Encounters of the Elevated Kind by Jane Hershey, pp. 59-63
          6. How Elevators Work by T. George Harris, pp. 64-67
          7. Elevator Facts and Figures by Nancy McKeon, pp. 68-71
          8. The Man Who Defends Killer Cops by Paul Hoffman, pp. 72-83
          9. Politics: Black Republicans---A Dying Breed, pp. 12-15
          10. The Bottom Line: The Trott Line---Buy Stocks Now! by Dan Dorfman, pp. 16-18
          11. The Passionate Shopper: Taking the Crass Out of Christmas by John Goldman and Carol Goldman, pp. 84-88
          12. [+]
            Movies: The Core of Ballet by Molly Haskell, pp. 89-91 - 3 Reviews
            1. The Turning Point (1977 Film) by Herbert Ross
            2. Which Way Is Up (1977 Film) by Michael Schultz
            3. Mr. Klein (1976 Film) by Joseph Losey
          13. Art: Balthus, Seen and Scene by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 94-97
          14. The Insatiable Critic: The Most Exciting French Cooking in the World by Gael Greene, pp. 98-100
          15. New York Journal: Opera Buffs---United They Stand by Alan G. Ampolsk, pp. 101-104
          16. Theater: Zestful Imitations, Flaccid Originals by John Simon, pp. 105-109
          17. The Underground Gourmet: Fish Story by Gertrude Snyder, p. 110
          18. Music: And So to Lincoln Center by Alan Rich, pp. 123-126
          19. New York Page of Lists: New York's Haunted Houses by Stephanie Bernardo, p. 132
          20. Letters, p. 9
          21. New York Intelligencer, pp. 10-11
          22. In and Around Town, pp. 19-42
          23. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 92-93
          24. New York Classified, pp. 111-118
          25. Town & Country Properties, pp. 119-122
          26. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 127-128
          27. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 129
          28. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 130-131
          29. Cover: Photographed by Henry Wolf
        8. [+]
          December 5, 1977 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Waxy Yellow Buildup at the Houston Women's Conference by Barbara Howar, pp. 39-42
          2. Movie Boomtown by Molly Haskell, pp. 43-47
          3. Our Own Fault by Stephanie Miller, pp. 48-55
          4. Why I Won't Miss Eric Sevareid by Gloria Emerson, pp. 56-57
          5. The Window Washer's Tale by Mary Richie, pp. 58-74
          6. What's Free in December by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 75-83
          7. December City Life-Guide by Douglas Colligan, pp. 84-94
          8. Keeping It Hot for Ethel Merman by Janet Coleman, pp. 95-102
          9. Christmas, 1977: It's the Thought That Counts, So Think! by Mary Randolph Carter and Quita McMath, pp. 103-110
          10. Politics: The Spirit of Jerusalem---Abroad and at Home by Marilyn Berger, pp. 8-13
          11. The Bottom Line: Movie Stocks---Tomorrow's Glamours? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 14-18
          12. Records: Please Omit Carols by Alan Rich, pp. 111-115
          13. Restaurants: Less Is More by Linda Wolfe, pp. 117-121
          14. The Urban Strategist: Ice Palaces by Emily Greenspan, pp. 122-128
          15. Design: Old King Cole's Merry New Soul by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 129-130
          16. Wine: Rioja Hurrah! by Robert Daley, pp. 131-135
          17. Theater: Our Crowd by John Simon, pp. 138-142
          18. [+]
            Movies: The Dumbest Story Ever Told by Molly Haskell, pp. 143-144 - 1 Review
            1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977 Film) by Steven Spielberg
          19. Back Page: Better Mousetraps by Stephanie Bernardo, pp. 156-158
          20. New York Intelligencer, pp. 6-7
          21. In and Around Town, pp. 19-38
          22. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, p. 116
          23. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 136-137
          24. New York Classified, pp. 145-152
          25. Town & Country Properties, pp. 153-155
          26. Cover: Illustrated by Page Wood
        9. [+]
          December 12, 1977 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. Nice People Who Carry Guns by Susan Hall, pp. 38-42
          2. Upward Nobility by John Tauranac, pp. 43-46
          3. How to Unclog Midtown Traffic by William H. Whyte, pp. 47-66
          4. A Delicious Little Cookbook Scandal by William Bayer and Paula Wolfert, pp. 67-75
          5. Politics: Golda Meir Speaks Her Mind by Marilyn Berger, pp. 10-14
          6. The Bottom Line: CBS's New Game Plan---It's as Simple as ABC by Dan Dorfman, pp. 15-18
          7. Restaurants: Windowless on the World by Seymour Britchky, pp. 76-82
          8. New York Journal: Garbo Walks by Patti Goldstein, pp. 83-84
          9. Wine: Come to the Cabernets by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 85-87
          10. Art: Cezanne, a Triumph by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 90-95
          11. Music: California's Luck by Alan Rich, pp. 96-99
          12. [+]
            Movies: Simon Impure by Molly Haskell, pp. 100-102 - 2 Reviews
            1. The Goodbye Girl (1977 Film) by Herbert Ross
            2. Another Man, Another Chance (1977 Film) by Claude Lelouch
          13. Theater: The Group by John Simon, pp. 103-105
          14. Back Page: Maitre d' Power by Terry Clifford, pp. 124-126
          15. Letters, p. 7
          16. New York Intelligencer, pp. 8-9
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 19-37
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 88-89
          19. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 106-109
          20. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 110-111
          21. New York Classified, pp. 112-118
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 119-121
          23. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 122-123
          24. Cover: Photographed by Bob Adelman
        10. [+]
          December 19, 1977 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. A Nazi Hunter Takes on the Russians by Tad Szulc, pp. 44-47
          2. Hey Aren't You...Ah...Uh...Um, pp. 48-63
          3. Every Good-bye Ain't Gone by James Baldwin, pp. 64-76
          4. Collect Big Bucks and Go Directly to Jail by Stan Fischler and Richard Friedman, pp. 77-84
          5. Politics: The Congressional Defectors by Mark Green, pp. 10-13
          6. The Bottom Line: Is Your Broker Overcharging You? by Dan Dorfman, pp. 14-16
          7. The Urban Strategist: The Children's-Party Line by Anne Rodgers Whetsell, pp. 85-89
          8. Looks: Saturday-Night Special by Mary Randolph Carter, p. 93
          9. Design: Had We But Wood Enough, and Time... by Suzanne Slesin, pp. 94-98
          10. Music & Dance: Mr. Balanchine's Nutburger by Alan Rich, pp. 99-101
          11. Theater: Dry Doc by John Simon, pp. 102-103
          12. Movies: Plagues on Several Houses by Molly Haskell, pp. 104-109
          13. Art: The Greek Connection by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 124-128
          14. New York Page of Lists: To New York, With Love by Terry Clifford, pp. 132-134
          15. Letters, pp. 6-8
          16. New York Intelligencer, p. 9
          17. In and Around Town, pp. 17-43
          18. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 90-92
          19. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 110-111
          20. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 112-113
          21. New York Classified, pp. 114-121
          22. Town & Country Properties, pp. 122-123
          23. Competition by Mary Ann Madden, pp. 129-131
          24. Cover: Painting by Mark Hess
        11. [+]
          December 26, 1977 Issue = 17 Articles
          1. The Year of the Apple, pp. 32-47
          2. People Who Made the News, pp. 48-71
          3. The Bottom Line: 1978 Stock Market---Watch Out! by Dan Dorfman, p. 9
          4. Politics: Carter's Middle East Incompetence by Tad Szulc, pp. 10-14
          5. Art: The Designing Iceberg by Thomas B. Hess, pp. 72-76
          6. The Urban Strategist: The Limo Scene by Nancy Winters, pp. 77-79
          7. Movies: Choice and Prime by Molly Haskell, pp. 82-86
          8. Theater: Color It Universal by John Simon, pp. 87-88
          9. Wine: Nobody Knows the Bubbles I've Seen by Alexis Bespaloff, pp. 100-107
          10. Between the Lines, pp. 6-8
          11. In and Around Town, pp. 15-31
          12. Best Bets by Ellen Stern, pp. 80-81
          13. Sales & Bargains by Leonore Fleischer, pp. 89-90
          14. New York Classified, pp. 91-96
          15. Town & Country Properties, pp. 97-99
          16. London Sunday Times Crossword, pp. 108-110
          17. Cover: Photographed by Steve Myers
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1978 = 45 Issues, 1,135 Articles
    3. [+]
      Issues of the 1980s = 7 Years, 348 Issues, 8,747 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1982 = 50 Issues, 1,203 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1983 = 50 Issues, 1,220 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1984 = 50 Issues, 1,205 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1985 = 49 Issues, 1,203 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1986 = 50 Issues, 1,265 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1987 = 50 Issues, 1,323 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1988 = 49 Issues, 1,328 Articles
                  2. [+]
                    Issues of the 1990s = 7 Years, 338 Issues, 8,232 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1991 = 50 Issues, 1,247 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1992 = 49 Issues, 1,217 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1995 = 43 Issues, 982 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1996 = 49 Issues, 1,194 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1997 = 48 Issues, 1,095 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1998 = 49 Issues, 1,229 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1999 = 50 Issues, 1,268 Articles
                                2. [+]
                                  Issues of the 2000s = 3 Years, 145 Issues, 3,502 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 2000 = 50 Issues, 1,203 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 2001 = 50 Issues, 1,200 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 2002 = 45 Issues, 1,099 Articles