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Daphne Guinness

  1. gossipmonger
    David Boreanaz and Rachel Uchitel: The BBM CorrespondenceSounds like their illicit relationship wasn’t all it was cracked up to be.
  2. gossipmonger
    Lindsay Lohan Is No Longer a ThespianAlso, she’s into dudes again.
  3. gossipmonger
    Kelly Killoren Bensimon Will No Longer Be the Face of SaksBut it has nothing to do with her legal problems, or the fact that she is becoming the most-reviled woman on ‘Real Housewives,’ Saks swears. And more in our gossip roundup.
  4. white fights
    Stewart vs. Cramer vs. Some Guy From Louisiana vs. Stewart vs. Cramer AgainSooner or later, someone in this fight is going to get his cheeks duct-taped together.
  5. ink-stained wretches
    News Corp. Buys the Brooklyn PaperThe editor of the scrappy borough journal is happy about this. And so are we.
  6. the greatest depression
    Andrea Correale Is Not a ‘North Shore Gold Coast Snobby Bitch,’ Okay?Whatever that is.
  7. sex diaries
    The D.J. With a Day Job and a Flair for FantasyA lot of sex, both real and pretend, goes on in this week’s diary.
  8. made-off
    The Amazing Harry MarkopolosThe man who blew the whistle on Madoff speaks.
  9. the most important people in the world
    Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Engaged, for RealAnyway, back to the Patriots…
  10. gossipmonger
    Rudy and Judy Spotted at TJ Maxx!And that’s not the only scintillating piece of gossip in our daily roundup!
  11. company town
    Rupert Murdoch Is Full of Vim, Vigor and Probably ViagraThe media mogul seems gleeful about life (and also his wife!) in a ‘Newsweek’ profile, Bank of America’s CEO is startled by losses, a fifth-grade graduation ceremony gets ugly, and a hedge-funder pays $801,000 for a literal closet in today’s collection of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
  12. company town
    Fox Business Network: Still Painting the OfficesMEDIA • Looks like the Fox Business Network has a shitload of work to do on their studio before launching next Monday. They’ve got the requisite bright-red circle hung above the anchor desk, but otherwise the floor’s not even finished. NBC News, on the other hand, finally cut the ribbon on their new 30 Rock studio, which president Steve Capus compared to “the dance floor of the Stockholm Hilton.” Was that supposed to be a compliment? [FishbowlNY/Mediabistro, TVNewser] • Jan Wenner failed to lure Ed Felsenthal away from the Journal (and Portfolio) and had to settle for Brad Wieners as new editor at Men’s Journal. Wieners has been acting editor since August, when James Kaminsky decamped for Maxim. [NYP] • Poynter Institute: As a journalist, it’s your “duty” to read the print newspaper. Unclear how that affects bloggers. [Poynter]