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Christopher Buckley

  1. Slideshow
    First Look at Hanson Dry, a Fifties Throwback With Ties to Brooklyn Social andSays the owner, “I’d like people to meet up, have a drink, and make out.”
  2. Chris Buckley Talked About His Parents AgainAnd we read all ten pages of it. Again.
  3. Chris Buckley on His Parents’ Famous Maisonette: ‘It’s Off the Market’But if you want, he’ll give you a private tour.
  4. Beckhams and Cruises Ride Horse Carriages TogetherYes, that cultlike chanting you heard from within those veiled surreys was the four of them. Then they served their kids milk. Goyische! In the post-tryptophan gossip roundup.
  5. Et Tu, GOP? The Conservative Betrayal SpectrumSo which Republican pundits have undercut McCain the most?
  6. Most of Today’s Gossip Items Involve Sarah PalinAre you surprised? But the scenes from Larry Flynt’s porn satire of her actually sound really stupidly funny. Plus a pinch of Palin-free news in our gossip roundup.
  7. The ‘Beast’ Has Awoken!Tina Brown’s IAC-sponsored news aggregator and blog launched last night — and it’s not the Huffington Post Redux.
  8. Christopher Buckley’s Mistress Suing for More Child SupportIs that why this cute little kid is so mad?
  9. agenda
    Christopher Buckley Satirizes Supreme Court in LatestIf it feels like Christopher Buckley turns out a new book every time you finish his last, well, we suppose it’s because he has no shortage of targets.
  10. chat room
    Satirist Christopher Buckley on Tackling the Supreme Court, Competing With Actual Headlines’I’ve always said that the hardest part of writing satire or farce in America is that you’re in competition with tomorrow’s front page of ‘USA Today.”
  11. news reel
    Politics at BEA: Buckley Bombs, Hodgman Kills, Markos Rips Thomas FriedmanThe scene at Book Expo’s politically themed author luncheon was surprisingly tense.
  12. William F. Buckley Jr. Dies at 82William F. Buckley Jr., the conservative columnist, humorist, and well-loved literary character, died today at his Connecticut home. He was 82. Though he suffered from diabetes and emphysema, the cause of his death is so far unknown, according to his son Christopher. The New York Times has already posted their lengthy obituary of the National Review founder. He died while seated at his desk in the study of his home. “He might have been working on a column,” his son said. William F. Buckley, Jr. Dead at 82 [AP]