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Tinsley and Topper: Back On?

The social Über-couple, rumored to be split, made a joyful joint appearance last night.

By Chris Rovzar

Is Small Talk in New York Too Shallow?

Tatiana Platt, founder of FameGame.com, alleges that people in the city talk only about parties and "Page Six." As if there were anything wrong with that.

Catfight! Cindy Adams vs. Olivia Palermo

Cindy Adams discovers young socialite Olivia Palermo, and it's almost too much for the famed gossip columnist to handle. Don't go into the light, Cindy!

Chloë Sevigny Down! We Repeat, Chloë Sevigny Down!

The indie actress is felled by a viral infection, Salman Rushdie would vote for Barack Obama, and writer Peter Davis cares too much about a socialite contest. All that and the rest of the gossip from New York's tabloids today.

The Annals of Socialite Upstarts: Out With Olivia Palermo, in With Emily Brill?

Fab Four
So January was cold, and February was short, but now it's finally March. And you know what that means? It's party time! No, not for you. For people who matter. We know since SocialiteRank.com shut down nearly a year ago, you haven't been as able to keep track of what's been going on with Tinsley and Zani and Margherita, but, trust us, they're still out every night, flawlessly executing that arm move that Ellen Page has been trying to imitate! See, March is when the events for young socialites really begin in earnest. Last night saw the Riverkeeper benefit at the Hearst Tower, hosted by the ecocharity's junior council. Scheduled next week is the American Museum of Natural History's Winter Dance and the Frick's Young Fellows' Ball. A quick peek down the list of all the host committees show that, this year, all the fun is dominated by one set of friends. Claire Bernard, Maggie Betts, and Jamie Johnson are on the committees of all three of the above events, and they are joined here and there by Amanda Hearst, Hudson Morgan, Annie Churchill, Andrew Black, Derek Blasberg, and Byrdie Bell. This is a little bit of a shift away from the Tinsley-Dabney-Lydia axis, but it's essentially the same gang. Which isn't surprising, only…where's Olivia Palermo?