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    Politico’s German Owner Mathias Döpfner Is Part Murdoch and Also Part Musk.Axel Springer’s CEO wants to be an old-school press baron for the digital age.
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    Is Trump Finally Too Boring to Reelect?Fox News wonders if it’s safe to have a crush on DeSantis now.
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    Would Joan Didion Have Liked her Memorial Service Much?As those who would claim her legacy convene, she’d likely just roll her eyes.
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    Everybody Wants a Raise at the New York TimesAnd they might just strike if they don’t get it.
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    What Will the London Press Do Without Boris Johnson?They party on. And secretly mourn a little, too.
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    Lis Smith Loves Politics (If Not All Politicians)The fearless political operative on Mayor Pete, Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio, Joe Biden — and her new book, ‘Any Given Tuesday.’
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    Among the Media Billionaires in Sun ValleyReading one of the world’s most exclusive gatherings from the reporters’ pen.
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    How Leslie Wexner Helped Create Jeffrey EpsteinA new documentary traces the relationship between the predator, his benefactor, and the New York media.
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    Why is the Financial Times Trying to Hide the Wealth Porn?How To Spend It, the house organ of the golden calf, has suddenly lost its sybaritic nerve, rebranding itself HTSI.
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    The Most Powerful Person in Media Missed the Media Power Person PartyBut his model mom, Maye Musk, was there.
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    Despite Everything, Anna Wintour Will SurviveWe probably still need her to.
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    Everybody Isn’t In On the (Same) Joke in D.C. AnymoreExcept maybe Kim K.
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    Graydon Carter Hosts a Vanity Fair Ancien Régime ReunionAt Dana Brown’s book party for Dilettante, Carter came out as pro-union and said he wouldn’t have let Will Smith into his Oscars after-party.
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    Of Course Taylor Lorenz Welcomed Herself to the Wash Post With a Twitter FeudShe goes after Maggie Haberman. Meanwhile, the Times considers a crackdown on brands on its payroll.
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    Manhattan’s Maskless Machers Love The Music Man — and The MayorEric Adams is getting raves: “Hot, compassionate, strong, determined” — Diane von Furstenberg; “Pitch-perfect” — Barry Diller.
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    The Jane Hotel to Reboot As an Outpost of an Elite Hollywood Private ClubJeff Klein’s San Vicente Bungalows is, he says, only for interesting people.
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    The Mystery Behind the Zucker ShockerHis office romance has been an open secret for years. So why is he really leaving?
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    Sarah Palin Paints the Town COVIDShe shocks the capital of blue America, unvaccinated and unashamed.
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    Ben Smith Goes GlobalThe Times media columnist — defecting for a news start-up — was never an institutionalist anyway.
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    ‘The Media Variant’ Hits New York CityIt began in the group chats. Everyone seemed to know someone who’d tested positive. Then it hit Twitter.
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    A Real Housewife of New York Dined and Dashed at D.C.’s Sceniest RestaurantStaff and diners at Le Diplomate were shocked when Luann de Lesseps vanished after an expensive meal. (She did pay up a few days later.)
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    I Was the Only Man Allowed Into Joanna Coles’s Power 100 LunchWell, just for cocktails.
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    BuzzFeed Is About to Go Public — and Its Employees Are Walking Out in ProtestThe small but high-profile BuzzFeed News unit is using the occasion to register dissatisfaction with management.
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    Welcome to the Beach Cafe, the Upper East Side’s Republican CheersAnn Coulter, Cindy Adams, and Donald Jr. hang out there; try the (Roger) Stone Burger.
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    I Hung Out With Both Curtis Sliwa and Eric Adams on Election NightIt was the best of parties, it was the worst of parties.