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2002 Stories by Anya Kamenetz

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  • On Balance

    published December 3, 2002

    On a Monday night at the Children's Aid Society in Greenwich Village, 25 New Yorkers—white, black, Hispanic, Asian, young and old—roll... More >>

  • Tomb Raiders

    published November 5, 2002

    Does Yale really rule the world, and does anyone care? With only half the endowment of Harvard, it makes up the difference in Gothic architectural... More >>

  • Seven-Year Ache

    published October 15, 2002

    New Orleans is a fine place to become someone else, or to luxuriate in obscurity of your own making. Mike West and Myshkin have done both in their... More >>

  • The Hedonist

    published July 30, 2002

    Jonathan Ames thinks his own bowel movements are fascinating. If you are repulsed or bored by bowel movements, erections, and compulsive nose... More >>

  • Once Upon a Revolution

    published July 23, 2002

    We live surrounded by rectangles enclosing the printed word. They attempt to catch our eye conventionally—a slanted typeface here, a photo... More >>

  • Fire, Fire, Burning Bright

    published June 4, 2002

    1337, a 14-member "industrial performing arts collective" formed six months ago, practices the dance-like moves of firespinning at underground... More >>

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