The alarm bells started ringing last week in the rightmost corners of Republican Nation, when John McCain suggested to 'The Weekly Standard' that the door was still open to the possibility of his naming Tom Ridge as his running mate.
When she wears it, she says, the only people who see her are Tinsley Mortimer and Marjorie Gubelmann. Meanwhile, this past weekend boldfaced names like Gwyneth Paltrow and Peter Cook feigned invisibility — but you would have seen them if you were there. Because in the Hamptons, there's nowhere to hide.
Just in case there's anyone left on earth who is not clear on the fact that Brody Jenner gets, like, MAD ASS, someone has planted a "Page Six" item that drives the point home. Also, Lydia Hearst is a supermodel, dammit, Dennis Hopper thinks his new movie is wack, and someone has a titanium AmEx they want you to know about, in today's gossip roundup.
The Oppenheimer analyst, known for her harsh critiques of banks over subprime losses, displays a fondness for animal prints. Plus, 'Playgirl' folds, and a painter sells her pad for a pretty penny, in today's digest of finance, media, real-estate and law news.