CITY SUNDAY: NEW YORK OBSERVED
The Casting Kuchen
I got off the subway at 72nd Street. The stop was just a few
blocks from my final destination, the ABC-TV studios. It was
also near a bakery, which was an important part of the plan...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, May 8, 2005

CITY SUNDAY: NEW YORK OBSERVED
A Lost Camera And One Knight's Heroic Fantasy
"I don't have the slightest idea whose camera this is," I said to
my daughter in the back seat of our taxi. "But I'm telling you
right now, whoever it belongs to, I promise I'm going to get it
back to them!"
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, January 18, 2004

EDITORIAL DESK: OP-ED
What a Tangled Web We Weave
As anyone who has ever clicked a mouse knows, on the
Internet, everything links to everything. To find out just how
close those connections are, I did my own investigation...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, August 9, 2003

WEEK IN REVIEW
Staging The Next New Thing
The runaway success of Mel Brooks' hit musical The
Producers
, proves one thing: Broadway's newest formula for
success lies in a treasure trove of classic 60's movies just
waiting to be adapted to the stage...
By Bruce Kluger and David Slavin
The New York Times, May 20, 2001

WEEK IN REVIEW
For Money? Hey, I Did It For Me
"I've never had any problem with Playboy," explains the latest
celebrity to appear naked in Hugh Hefner's girlie magazine.
"It's amazing how comfortable I felt. I'm not a voluptuous
bedroom bunny, I'm an outdoor person." Sound familiar?
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, July 2, 2000

WEEK IN REVIEW
Toy Story: Politicians 'R' Us
Why shouldn't American children learn about civics and the
virtues of public service via their favorite playthings? Rather
than jeer at the star-spangled Barbie for President doll, let's
extend the concept to other shelves at Toy Barn...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, May 7, 2000

WEEK IN REVIEW
2000 Oscars: The U.S. Needs More Prozac
Judging from the contents of this year's Academy Award-
nominated, the country appears to be a mess. As the winners
strut to the podium tonight, here's what that little man of gold
might be saying about America...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, March 26, 2000

SUNDAY BUSINESS: MY MONEY
, MY LIFE
An Old-Boy Network, Coming Up for Air
Some critics have expressed reservations about the Oxygen
network's all-women-all-the-time mission. But rather than smart
at being excluded from the club, I've decided to start my own
network—-just for guys...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, March 12, 2000

WEEK IN REVIEW
Up Next, "The Burma Shavers"
The rebel insurgents who stormed a hospital in Ratchaburi,
Thailand, last week were led by an unlikely pair of guerrillas:
12-year-old Burmese twins, Johnny and Luther Htoo. It's a
scenario that only Hollywood could dream up...
By Bruce Kluger
The New York Times, January 30, 2000