Re-creating the bar that Chloë Sevigny, Kate Moss, and the Olsens called home.
"You just have to take whatever insecurities or neuroses you have and put them under a pin for a week."
Even if Sloane's exaggerating.
"I dream about their blistered peppers. One out of every seven of those things will burn your face off and it's impossible to identify the culprit until it's too late."
"I don’t fool myself into thinking this is Into Thin Air. This is a funny, lighter version of Into Thin Air."
The book publicist turned author is focusing on writing full time.
Plus: Zadie Smith, Andy Borowitz, Malcolm Gladwell ...
Plus, Stephen Colbert eviscerates Arianna Huffington and discovers what Gloria Estefan has been warning us about for years, on our regular late-night roundup.
"Page Six" thinks so.
She's already ordered the screenplay-formatting software!
It currently consists of its founding member and a shadowy figure known as "Outsider Writers."
The press on Sloane Crosley's new book deal made us realize there are some names that are just tossed around too frequently in publishing.
Not the first one, the second one ... the whole gaggle! Plus, Caroline Kennedy sassed the press even when she was 6. In the gossip roundup.
And thank God, because you would not believe our hangover.
The socialite will finally have a reason for being famous. Plus, the end of Hef and Holly, and Michael Lohan continues to be bonkers, in our daily gossip roundup.
Plus: How does 'Grease' veteran Luke Goss feel about hearing 'Summer Nights' on the radio?
"It looked like 'Silence of the Lambs,'" one writer recalls fondly.
Plus: Tarsem is totally keeping it simple for his next movie.
Jerry has more car trouble, Cindy Adams takes the stand, and Shelley Ross gets the last cackle in today's roundup of all the dish from New York's gossip columns.