One Hundred years after his birth, Ernest Hemingway's proud and painful legacy endures.
Posted: August 1, 1999 By Neil A. Grauer
A cigar-smoking bird named Shoe and political caricatures have made Jeff MacNelly a newspaper favorite.
Posted: April 1, 1999 By Neil A. Grauer
How Cuba's ace pitcher escaped political oppression to become part of a great American success story.
Posted: April 1, 1999 By Kenneth Shouler
With remarkable candor, John Travolta talks about the highs and lows of his tumultuous and fascinating career—and what he's learned along the way.
Posted: February 1, 1999 By Paul Chutkow
Libertarian curmudgeon and author P.J. O'Rourke muses about fatherhood at 50, the politics of cigar smoking, and why economics is funny.
Posted: December 1, 1998 By Alysse Minkoff
Restaurateur Drew Nieporent owns and operates a veritable dining empire and shows no signs of abdicating his throne.
Posted: December 1, 1998 By Sam Gugino
A noted historian and Kennedy Administration insider refutes the revisionist version of JFK's legacy.
Posted: December 1, 1998 By Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Actress Gina Gershon uses drive and dreams to forge her varied and sometimes risqué career.
Posted: October 1, 1998 By Paul Chutkow
His days in the pressure cooker of Chicago basketball over, Phil Jackson seeks further adventures in "nowness."
Posted: October 1, 1998 By Charley Rosen
With a World Series Championship under his belt, Bobby Bonilla sets his sights on his place in baseball history.
Posted: August 1, 1998 By Kenneth Shouler
Chuck Norris uses martial arts and profits from his Lone Wolf cigars to help steer kids straight.
Posted: August 1, 1998 By Alysse Minkoff
General manager Joseph Volpe calls the shots at New York City's Metropolitan Opera.
Posted: May 1, 1998 By Mervyn Rothstein