Morning Memo: Ann Coulter Cashes Out; WSJ. Question Mark

barbarabushjennabush Morning Memo: Ann Coulter Cashes Out; WSJ. Question MarkSavoring what is fast becoming the gastronomical awakening of the Upper West Side, Times foodie Frank Bruni gives the hood’s Dovetail three stars. [NYT]

Jennifer Lopez, who is pregnant with twins, has checked into her private room at a Long Island hospital. [P6]

Asked by a reporter how his daughter Jenna’s wedding plans were coming, President Bush said: “It’s coming like I have nothing to say about it, is how it’s coming.” [Rush&Malloy]

The Wall Street Journal magazine is to be renamed WSJ., which, according to a spokesperson “avoids the pretense and artifice of many bad magazine names.” T, anyone? [WWD]

Just after Aretha Franklin, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Moss and Eva Longoria fill the top spots on PETA’s new worst-dressed list. [Us]

Florence, Italy, will get its first Four Seasons Hotel this spring; it will inhabit the 16th century Palazzo della Gherardesca. [WWD]

Ann Coulter’s credit card was declined at a Palm Beach supermarket. [P6]

A falling chandelier could have killed billionaire heiress Anna Anisimova. [P6]

After an exhausting day of fashion shows, Angela Missoni uses her apartment in Milan to “release” and “relax and celebrate with friends and champagne in the evening.” [FWD]

And here’s someone who spent four years searching for that very same thing in the very same city. [NYT]

Katie Holmes has adopted an ‘Old Hollywood Glamour’ look. [Daily Mail]

Heidi Klum, Seal and their family spent the singer’s 45th birthday at Disneyland, all with intricate face paintings. [TMZ]

Actor Nicolas Cage is in hot water with the IRS over $3.3 mil. [P6]

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