Jann Wenner's son.
Like, for example, Bruce Springsteen likes the Red Sox!
The magazine publisher reacts to some unpleasant news.
"I realize he's got a hard job," the 'Rolling Stone' founder says.
The two recently "lunched" — but they may have been talking about more than sandwiches.
And more grim news about the struggling media industry.
No, it's not a follow-up to "Goddess in the Doorway."
Some media workers got pink slips in their stockings this Christmas. Others nursed hard liquor in order to stay alive.
It isn't hard to figure out which record albums in 'Rolling Stone''s year-end Top 50 were Jann Wenner's picks, but we'll point them out anyway.
Read about the inner strength the socialite summoned to go on in the face of abdominal adversity. Plus, humiliating moments for Damon Dash and Mario Lopez, in this morning's gossip roundup.
Cellulite-watchers reportedly dump glossy after slightly negative cover.
Keith Kelly reports that the celebrity magazine had trouble meeting its rate base for the first time in eight years.
Plus, the latest with UBS, Bonnie Fuller, and 15 Central Park West, in our daily industry roundup.