Antonin Scalia Rules That Chicago Pizza Shall Be Known Henceforth As ‘Tomato Pie’
Because it's not pizza.By Dan Amira
Because it's not pizza.By Dan Amira
Otherwise known as an iPad and a Kindle.By Dan Amira
It's okay because none of the justices understand technology either.By Nitasha Tiku
Seriously.By Dan Amira
Breyer goes after Scalia in his new book.By Nitasha Tiku
"They may not teach very well, but you can’t make a sow’s ear out of a silk purse."By Nitasha Tiku
Just so you know!By Dan Amira
Antonin Scalia and Sandra Day O'Connor don't mind at all.By Dan Amira
He's pretty sure that thing was a rat, which it wasn't.By Dan Amira
The conservative Supreme Court judge would have dissented in 'Brown' v. 'Board of Education.'By Dan Amira
The latest official portrait of the Supreme Court is hilarious.By Chris Rovzar
The congressman doesn't have many nice things to say about the Supreme Court justice in a recent interview.By Chris Rovzar
Maybe she's gonna play a rich cougar divorceée. Hmmm. Plus, Patrick McMullan's gonna cameo on 'Gossip Girl' ... so meta! In the gossip roundup.By Tim Murphy
Plus: Antonin Scalia enjoys a good bawdy joke.By Stan Park
The parallels were there all along, even before we heard Scalia basically admit to the synchronicity between his life and "greasy git" Snape's.
MEDIA • Ellen beat Oprah as the nation's favorite TV personality, dethroning the Queen of Talk who held the top spot for five years. [HR] • Will Schwalbe quit Hyperion after seven years as editor-in-chief. His decision seems to have come as something of a shock, and the publisher has no immediate successor planned. Schwalbe, co-author of Send, the recent guide to e-mail etiquette, won't divulge his own plans. [NYO] • Christopher Hitchens quits smoking! Really, we're excited and interested! [Radar]
FASHION • The Gucci family is up in arms over Ridley Scott’s biopic. They fear he’ll focus on the family scandals. You know, instead of making a movie about all the boring stuff. [British Vogue] • Helmut Lang is opening a pop-up shop in the meatpacking district. Just what we need, another fabulous place to spend our money while we are drunk. [Fashion Informer] • Kaiser Karl rocked the U.K. with a Chanel fashion show. [WWD]
MEDIA • Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee on Rupe's play for the Journal: "I think Murdoch is a better journalist than the rest of you do. Well, I think because he's smart, and he's not going to fill it up with pussy stories. And he's going to get good reporters. I think he does not want to fail on this." [Radar] • Ted Kennedy sold his memoir to Grand Central Publishing for $8 million, but the deal first has to be cleared by the Senate Ethics Committee. Something tells us the chapter on Chappaquiddick won't be too long. [NYT] • The Times bagged their first refugee from the Journal, though it's not a very big catch: John Harwood, the veteran CNBC Washington correspondent and occasional contributor to the Journal, will now take his part-time work to the Gray Lady. [NYO]
Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia is, not surprisingly, a fan of Jack Bauer's 24 torture techniques. Mark Green is set to join Al D'Amato and Ed Koch on NY1's Inside City Hall program. Jeanine Pirro is set to star in a Judge Judy–esque show. Ellen Barkin and Ralph Fiennes have been canoodling. Knicks point guard Stephon Marbury gave $300 to a homeless man. The Olsen twins trekked to Atlantic City for a Bob Dylan concert. The late Kurt Vonnegut has a role in an upcoming DVD. A gay former CBS News producer filed a $10 million discrimination suit against his former employer because he felt the network didn't want his gay-bashing in St. Maarten to be publicized. Aussie golfer Greg Norman and his ex-wife-to-be have finally come to (undisclosed) terms on how to split up his $500 million fortune. Patti LaBelle didn't need a mike to wow a Carnegie Hall audience.
Karl Rove got into a fight with Sheryl Crow and Laurie David at the White House Correspondents Association dinner Saturday night. Also at the dinner: Eliot Spitzer got Sanjaya Malakar's autograph, and host Richard Little bombed. And Antonin Scalia chatted up blogger Ana Marie Cox at Christopher Hitchens's after-party. James Carville owns several guns. Chevy Chase was mentally and physically abused as a child, according to an upcoming biography. Keith McNally is still at his street campaign against the giant Hotel Gansevoort billboard. Cynthia Nixon is still holding out hope for a Sex and the City movie. The widow of Dr. Robert Atkins is trying to remove trustees of his estate because they sued her for back pay.