John McCain has RSVP'd for the Puerto Rican Day Parade, but Rudy Giuliani has not. Lorraine Bracco will be a onetime co-host of The View. Baird Jones will celebrate Dr. Kevorkian's release from prison tonight by exhibiting his paintings at Webster Hall. Kevin Costner ate at Michael's. John Travolta may be in denial about his son's autism because of Scientology. Paris Hilton plans to keep a diary when she's in prison, which she can later sell. Sharon Stone is set to star in mock political ads to be unveiled at the upcoming Venice Biennale. Charlie Palmer's Kitchen 22, on West 22nd Street, closed.
The producers of Poor Things are trying to rearrange the shoot so that Lindsay Lohan will be able to attend post-rehab. Correction: Michael Bublé did not "strike out" with girlfriend Emily Blunt, contrary to what "Page Six" reported. An excerpt of Jeff Garth's book about Hillary Clinton in the New York Times didn't mention that Garth is married to a top aide of a Clinton primary opponent, Chris Dodd. (Maybe because no one remembers he's running?) Lance Bass and Joey Fatone had to wait before they got into Rose Bar at the Gramercy Hotel. Someone mistook Ann Coulter for Candace Bushnell. Cindy Adams always thought Katie Couric would have poor ratings at CBS.