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Jill Biden

  1. democratic national convention
    Jill Biden Promises Joe Can End Presidential Empathy DeficitIn her DNC speech, Jill Biden portrayed her husband as a man blessed with the qualities Trump most conspicuously lacks.
  2. democratic national convention
    Democrats Unveil Virtual Convention Schedule and Unity ThemePlenty of big names will appear each night, but it’s unclear whether a virtual convention can convey excitement as well as the party message.
  3. vision 2020
    In Iowa, a Collision of Campaigns Before the CaucusesWhat it was like at a West Des Moines pizza joint serving surrogates, AFSCME, and a five-minute Bernie Sanders cameo.
  4. vision 2020
    Jill Biden to Democrats: If You Want to Beat Trump, Settle for JoeYou might like another candidate better, but Jill Biden says Democrats should “swallow a little bit” and vote for her husband.
  5. 2020 elections
    The Biden Family Gets the Vogue TreatmentThey look like more-casual Kennedys.
  6. it's a christmas miracle!
    The Obamas and Bidens Duel for Your Christmas Party With Two Holiday PlaylistsDon’t worry, you made one of the lists, Mariah.
  7. stump style
    Jill Biden and Janna Ryan Exchanged an Awfully Painful HandshakeNo onstage hugs this time.
  8. early and awkward
    Jill Biden Makes Unfortunately Timed Hand GestureIt turned an innocuous line into a reference to Joe Biden’s penis.
  9. foot in mouth
    Second Lady Proves Gaffes Are a Biden Family TraditionShe didn’t mean it that way.
  10. video
    Joe Biden Doesn’t Believe in Meeting CuteWife Jill told David Letterman about the couple’s early days.
  11. obama is a human person
    Malia Obama Probably Wishes Michelle Hadn’t Shared That Anecdote on The ViewJust as embarrassing as your mom, except on national television.
  12. mobama watch
    Michelle Obama Wore Donna Karan, Fittingly, to the Fund-raiser at Karan’s ApartmentThe 85 people in attendance each paid $10,000 to check out how awesome she looked and get pictures with her.
  13. stunt casting
    Jill Biden Will Guest on Army WivesAs herself.
  14. party chat
    Cookie Monster Weighs In On the Obama AdministrationHe has a favorite member, and it’s not Obama.
  15. Mediavore
    Bidens Eat at River Café; A Garden for City HallPlus: The Bidens hit Brooklyn, and the return of Slim Jims, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. loose threads
    Gisele Had a Water Birth; Michelle Obama’s State of the Union Dress Retails for $1,850Also, Alexander Wang plans to plaster downtown with posters.
  17. snubs
    Was the White House Responsible for the Yankees’ Game One Loss?America’s Mayor moved from his fave seats.
  18. mobama watch
    Michelle Obama Pops Her Collar for the Baseball GameAnd Jill Biden wore heels.
  19. loose threads
    Pierre Hardy for Gap Launch Delayed; Lindsay Lohan and Donatella Versace Appear at the Same PartyAlso, Agyness Deyn got an acting gig.
  20. real wives of washington d.c.
    Let’s Talk About Jill Biden’s Clothes for a ChangeNo Michelle photos here.
  21. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: The Best and Worst of Inaugural FashionSure, yesterday was all about change, but when you’ve got dozens of balls, you’ve got dozens of celebrities and their dresses.
  22. the dress
    What Everyone Else Wore to the Inaugural BallsWith Jennifer Lopez, Demi Moore, Kanye West, and more.
  23. inaugur-nation!
    Jill Biden Is Gaffe-Prone, Too!Jill spilled a secret in a surprise appearance on ‘Oprah’ today.
  24. overnights
    ‘Ugly Betty’: So Much Joy, So Much NauseaThis week brought us so much joy — and nausea.
  25. in other news
    Anarchy in the A.C.: A Brief History of Atlantic City Mayoral Malfeasance 1985: Mayor Michael Matthews gets fifteen years for extortion. 1989: Mayor James Usry is arrested and charged with bribery, conspiracy, official misconduct, and accepting unlawful gifts. 2007: Mayor Bob Levy walks off the job, gets into his car, and apparently skips town after being caught in a massive lie. His supposed stint in the Green Berets, which he constantly mentioned during his 2005 campaign, turned out to be a total fiction. Levy’s family and lawyer insist he’s in a hospital but won’t say which one; Dominic Cappella, A.C.’s business administrator, stages a kind of coup by declaring that Levy left him in charge — except his only proof is a self-penned memo. At present, Atlantic City appears ripe for the taking. Your move, Mr. Trump! Politics Dicey in Atlantic City After the Mayor Goes Missing [NYDN]
  26. intel
    Gawking at the Gawkers JPRESS: Hey Chris! It’s Friday, so instead of writing up the Gawker book parties we went to last night, how about we just IM about it and publish our whole conversation? Because, as you know, our readers are interested in our every thought and social maneuver. CHRISTAL: That sounds great! Because you know I am so hung-over I don’t even know how I’m going to get through the day. JPRESS: Isn’t that always the way with blogging? So! You were at Nick Denton’s, which in my head I was calling the “adult party” because like, none of the editors were invited. But I guess they crashed? CHRISTAL: You couldn’t crash. There were three girls guarding the door. It was totally awkward when people who were uninvited showed up. Like me.
  27. apropos of nothing
    Exclusive Set Photos From ‘The Incredible Hulk’ Are Some of the Worst Exclusive Set Photos We’ve Ever SeenWebsite Superhero Hype (the most trusted name in ratcheting up excitement over superhero-related things, we guess) has somehow obtained a set of exclusive photos from the top-secret Ontario shoot of Louis Leterrier’s upcoming The Incredible Hulk.
  28. Back of the House
    ‘Forbes Traveler’ Bungles Best BrunchesThe view of New York from Dubuque and Ho-Ho-Kus is a laughable one, but we could never understand the reason why. Don’t the editors of Forbes Traveler, author of this ridiculous “America’s Best Brunches” feature live in New York? It’s as if Vogue were to get its New York fashion sense from watching Sex and the City. The four brunches called out — Balthazar, Prune, Cookshop, and Norma’s — are places nobody we know would touch if they were giving away bottomless mimosas. Not because they aren’t good. But they’re all wildly crowded, and in neighborhoods where no one would ever want to be on a hung-over weekend day. (Despite Forbes’ assurance that West Chelsea is “the trendiest of neighborhoods.”)
  29. overnights
    ‘Grey’s Anatomy’: We Sense a Pattern HereA show in which all the doctors look like models and somehow — somehow — every patient’s problem reflects the messy love life of the resident who treats him. How convenient!
  30. company town
    John Galliano Is Coming for Your ChildrenFINANCE • Kevin Dunn, a 28-year-old former MetLife broker, was charged with defrauding a 9/11 widow of a quarter-million dollars from the victim-compensation fund. Nice one, dude. [NYT] • After rumors that Warren Buffett might take a big stake, James Cayne insists Bear Stearns has put the credit crisis behind them and the bank is not for sale. But after laying off 310 employees, a lawsuit against Bear’s huge losses, and still plenty of tension in the market, you have to wonder if Cayne, the master bridge player, is going for slam when he’s only got a three-spade hand. Snap! [Bloomberg, CNN/Money, Forbes] • Morgan Stanley and Goldman are pulling away from the pack in the league tables. [WSJ]
  31. the take
    RIAA Wins Case Against Poor WomanA Minnesota jury surprised a single mother yesterday by offering to let her pay whatever she wants for music she downloaded, as long as it’s $220,000.
  32. early and often
    Giuliani (Almost) Weasels Out of Ferret StoryThe hunt for Rudy Giuliani’s weak spot is on. Hillary Clinton — who’s leading the mayor 51 to 43 percent in the latest poll (people! They haven’t been nominated yet!) — goes right after Giuliani’s handling of 9/11. He may have had all the photo ops, her new ad reminds us without naming the opponent, but she was the one who stood by ailing first responders. It ties in nicely with her health-care initiative and delivers an oblique slap. Today’s Times takes a different tack. In what might prove a genius move, the paper has begun combing through the trove of Rudy’s radio archives. Back in the late nineties, the mayor had his own show, and it was not, as you may imagine, the docile fireside chat we get from Bloomberg.
  33. in other news
    Suburban Moms Sound the Death Knell of the MBA You know once affluent, middle-aged moms get into something, it’s over. We mean, no offense to the ladies, but look what happened with, say, Juicy Couture, Norah Jones, and La Esquina. Now, apparently, this crowd has set its sights on the MBA. In a shrewd new step in their ongoing effort to ensure that no one ever goes to b-school again, the Times business section today has a trend story about Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business “Back in Business” program, which caters to mommies who want to muscle their way back into the workforce. Simultaneously, the Brazen Careerist has a column listing all the reasons why the MBA has become obsolete. Coincidence? We think not. Also, it’s kind of funny how it’s called the Tuck School, which reminds us a little bit of plastic surgery. MBAs! They’re the new Botox. M.B.A. Programs Pay Off for Women Seeking a Return to Wall Street[NYT] B-School Confidential: MBAs May Be Obsolete [The Brazen Careerist]
  34. countdown
    J.J. Abrams Announces Plans to Surprise Us At a Later DateWe’ve got surprise fatigue!
  35. in other news
    Anand Jon: Excess of Evil?Earlier this year, New York designer Anand Jon was slapped with 32 criminal charges, including sexual battery and committing a lewd act on a child. Yesterday a Los Angeles court revealed that Jon was indicted with a whopping 54 felony counts (and five misdemeanors). He’s now accused of sexually assaulting twenty teenage girls, and the charges include “forcible rape, sexual battery by restraint, lewd acts upon a child, sexual penetration by a foreign object, using a minor for sex acts, forcible and attempted forcible oral copulation, assault with intent to commit a felony, possession or control of child pornography and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.” Which is, you know, an epic amount of evilness. His lawyer says the case is “made up out of whole cloth” (ooh, a fashion metaphor — appropriate and tasteful), but Jon is also under investigation in New York. If you’re not familiar with his design work, check out his Website AnandJon.com. As Defamer points out, you’ll quickly see that the only thing left out of his charges are extensive crimes against taste. Grand Jury Indicts Celeb Designer On Sexual Assault Charges [KNBC]
  36. overnights
    ‘The Office’: Too Much Monkey BusinessCarell’s not an inherently showy performer, but he’s so skilled at bufoonery that the show can’t help itself sometimes. But his antics last night sent a promising episode careening off the rails.
  37. it just happened
    Cab Explosion at Rock Center?A cab just blew up outside of Anthropologie in Rockefeller Center, as Gawker just blithely reported. So far the wires have nothing that we can see, so we’re not sure what, if anything, is up. We’ll keep you updated if you do the same. E-mail us at intel@nymag.com if you’re in the area! UPDATE: An alert reader pointed us to photos of the fire at WNBC.com. If you ever wondered what “billowing flames” look like, check them out. We’ve got one after the jump.