Braden Keil, a prince of the New York Post newsroom and the city’s greatest real-estate scoop artist, died Tuesday night, at the age of 53. The cause was complications from melanoma.
Yesterday at the Post‘s Sixth Avenue newsroom in midtown, the loss was palpable.
Mr. Keil sat along with the Page Read More
Friday's New York Post
takes an unsanitary swipe
at Mario Batali's Spotted Pig, citing the eatery's failing health inspection score of 34 back in May -- perhaps in retaliation for Mr. Batali's earlier dig
on the Post's "hapless" food writer Braden Keil?
(The restaurant's score was actually 33, according to the Read More
Last week, The Observer reported that financier Roberto de Guardiola, and his interior designer wife, Joanne, are selling their East 64th Street townhouse for close to $30 million. They certainly move fast. Now, the couple has bought five apartments in the Sherry Netherland Hotel, according to Page Six.
Braden Keil provides an Read More
The New York Times is using the word “assessment” to refer to its 1,662-word essay on its coverage of former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Wen Ho Lee. The Times ‘ first-ever “assessment,” written by executive editor Joseph Lelyveld and managing editor Bill Keller, ran on page A-2 of the Sept. 26 paper, where the Read More
Before you plan a night on the town with the help of those perky listings in Time Out New York, you might want to call ahead first. This warning comes not from some disgruntled reader, but from the magazine’s editor, Cyndi Stivers.
On June 28, Ms. Stivers sent a scolding letter to the Time Out Read More