Best of Manhattan’s Financial World

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In these endlessly astonishingly complexly troubled money times? When heretofore normal commercial practice is suddenly revealed as questionable if not outright unethical or illegal practice? When Uncle Kenny Boy and Aunt Doily Martha are plausible candidates for abstemious federal hospitality? While the bad apples theory of what has gone wrong appears occasionally to refer to [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2002: Manhattan Living

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Fulton Fish Market, Weekdays Before 6 a.m. Something Fishy, Perhaps. After an evening of downing a number of sophisticated alcoholic products, our boyfriend decided we weren’t ready to go home and ordered the cabdriver to drop us off at the Fulton Fish Market. The Fulton Fish Market is one of those places one never sees [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001 Best of Manhattan 2001 Russ Smith Normal’s Not an …

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ML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN”> Best of Manhattan 2001 Russ Smith Normal’s Not an Ordinary Word PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN”> Best of Manhattan 2001 Russ Smith Normal’s Not an Ordinary Word Not surprisingly, New York Press’ 14th annual Best of Manhattan issue is as subdued as the city itself. It was originally planned [&hellip
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OKAY, maybe we were a bit brusque last week Okay, maybe …

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Please don’t make this an exercise in futility (to save you from yourselves, we’ve eliminated categories for McDonald’s french fries, Barnes & Noble and Jim Knipfel). Have fun. Vote for something you can’t get anywhere else. Vote for something we’ve never heard of. Fax your completed poll to 212-244-9864 or mail it to Readers’ Poll, [&hellip
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OKAY, maybe we were a bit brusque last week Okay, maybe …

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Please don’t make this an exercise in futility (to save you from yourselves, we’ve eliminated categories for McDonald’s french fries, Barnes & Noble and Jim Knipfel). Have fun. Vote for something you can’t get anywhere else. Vote for something we’ve never heard of. Fax your completed poll to 212-244-9864 or mail it to Readers’ Poll, [&hellip
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WE’RE LONG PAST caring what the hell you think We’re long …

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Still, some of you seem to enjoy putting yourselves and us through this mindless exercise in futility, so here it is: the 2002 Best of Manhattan Readers’ Poll. Knock yourselves out. Fax your completed poll to 212-244-9864 or mail it to Readers’ Poll, New York Press, 333 7th Ave., 14th fl., NYC 10001. The deadline [&hellip
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Part One Best Lumber Home Depot …

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Part One Best Lumber Home Depot 550 Hamilton Ave.,(betw. 16th & 17th Sts.), Brooklyn, 718-832-8553 If We Were a Carpenter. It sure isn’t Best Home Depot, however. “What do they think?” we wonder, as we stroll–or rather, dodge our way–through the disorderly mega-aisles of this warehouse retailer. “What must the Home Depot execs think when [&hellip
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Part Two Best Curious Boutique Tracy …

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Part Two Best Curious Boutique Tracy Feith 209 Mulberry St. (Spring St.) 334-3097 Carnaby Street Updated. Sexy slips in swell colors and paisley patterns. Dresses that make any woman look like a beautiful ballerina. Nice jewelry selection: very delicate and not too expensive. There are some men’s shirts at Tracy Feith, but only for the [&hellip
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