Top of the Stack
“You’ve got it made.” How the words sing a swift jazz poem of success, hi-fi, the best chicks (or guys), your name in lights, pot to burn, jets to L.A. and London, bread in the bank, baby, and a fortress built around your ego like a magic suit of armor!
The Front Page
What Becomes a Legend Most?
A Celebration of Soccer’s Greatest Player.
What drives William Kunstler to stir up outrage—and headlines—by championing such controversial clients as Malcolm X, El Sayyid Nosair, John Gotti, and Heavy D?
America desperately needs an elf. He couldn’t have come at a better time.
Who are you calling a recluse?
How troubles with the I.R.S. got an American Master on the road again.
The guy who made the Yankees almost seem human.
The truth is always worth knowing.
Don Bolles lived for little more than his work and his family. He did not die satisfactorily.
The Afterward to Rosenbaum’s 1998 masterpiece.
“In Sicily a mafioso’s widow gives his shotgun and boots to his heir. Here she oversees the distribution of bowling alleys, restaurants beauty parlors and parcels of real estate.”