Harvey Weinstein, to wife Georgina Chapman, in front of Spice Market: "I want Asian food. Didn't hear me? Asian." "Page Six" accuses Paris Hilton of being a liar. Novelist Isabel Allende says she was a terrible journalist because she lied all the time. Andres Serrano, whose latest controversial exhibit contains a lot of real fecal matter, claims he's "got the best shit in town." Brad Pitt and Angelia Jolie almost named their new boy Rex instead of Knox.
None of A-Rod's teammates showed up to his All-Star bash at the 40/40 Club because they all allegedly hate him. (Derek Jeter threw a party at Marquee, attended by Michael Jordan, Joba Chamberlain, and his latest fling, Minka Kelly.) CNN's Washington assignment editor Branden Ray is on the cover of the August issue of Muscular Development.Lorenzo Lamas's daughter, Shayne, hooked up with Las Vegas media magnate Justin Weneger, despite the fact that she's supposedly with Matt Grant, the guy who picked her as his bride-to-be on The Bachelor. Convicted wiretapper Anthony Pellicano is set to go on trial again today for allegedly bugging the phones of Lisa Bonder Kerkorian during her 2002 child-support fight with billionaire Steve Bing. Kim Kardashian is supposedly trying to trim down at the behest of boyfriend Reggie Bush. Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon are opposing St. Vincent's plea to build a new, larger hospital on West 12th Street, because they don't want to ruin compromise their neighborhood. Glenn Douglas Packard, Brooke Hogan's roommate on her VH1 show, threw a tantrum at the door of Mansion in Miami over the wristband situation for his friends. Batman star Christian Bale says he's very anti-Robin and will "kick and scream" if director Chris Nolan makes the role. Some kids threw rocks over an overpass in Central Park at Madonna's 2008 Chevy Suburban, though no one was hurt. Nicole Kidman claims she'd never think of selling pictures of her daughter with Keith Urban to the tabs, but an editor at a celeb weekly claims Kidman wanted $3 million but couldn't find a taker. A photographer for new blog Cityfile.com was threatened by an "intimidating chauffeur" after he tried to get candids of Steve Schwarzman, David Koch, and Kent Swig as they walked in and out of 740 Park.