The prime minister of Turks and Caicos, Michael Misick, and LisaRaye, his actress wife whom he's splitting from, were both treated for bite wounds, though it's unclear who bit whom first. Blue Star Jets CEO Todd Rome is getting married to Vanessa Brahms next Thursday in Southampton, at Nello Summertimes. Fabian Basabe and his wife, Martina Borgomanero, are expecting in February. (The couple is currently living in West Hollywood, where Basabe is writing his "fictionalized autobiography.") A Trump International resident described the Jonas Brothers' arrival in New York as like "when the Beatles landed at JFK." The maître d' at Da Silvano, Alessandro Bandini, and the owner of Bar Pitti, Giovanni Tognozzi, got into a shouting match, culminating in Tognozzi threatening to shave Bandini's head. Tenjune doorman Alexander Julian issued an apology to other nightlife people he insulted in an interview in BlackBook.
Portia de Rossi and Ellen Degeneres are getting married tomorrow in L.A. Police commissioner Ray Kelly went to go watch Bob Dylan at Prospect Park. Vietnam War reporters Morley Safer and Peter Arnett, who hadn't seen each other in twenty years, hung out under some scaffolding on East 11th Street after a movie screening. Kate Moss says that Frank Sinatra made her light-headed after he kissed her on the lips and gave her a filterless cigarette. Christopher Reeve's son, Matthew, has made a documentary about kiteboarding. (Also, his gorgeous daughter, Alexandra, is getting married in September.) Regis Philbin's daughter, Joanna, signed a three-book deal, the first of which comes out in 2010. Woody Allen described himself as a "fish out of water" in Los Angeles.