Cindy Adams woke up on Election Day knowing exactly where to spend her evening. There were parties all over town. Lefty celebrities would be out in force. But the longtime gossip columnist for the New York Post wanted to be at the place she felt would be “the heartbeat of the world”—namely, the CNN Grill. Read More
For her "Hulaween" party this year, which benefits her New York Restoration Project, Bette Midler wore a white chef’s costume (complete with toque) splayed with fake blood, and carried a cleaver. "If factory food doesn’t start changing its ways, people are going to start dying in the streets. Amputations and blindness isn’t any fun," Ms. Read More
Spotted in Minneapolis: Cindy Adams pumping New York State G.O.P. Chairman Joe Mondello for information. Read More
In her New York Post column today, Cindy Adams takes to task Johns Hopkins University assistant professor of psychiatry John D. Gartner for the Bill Clinton bio he’s publishing at the end of September through St. Martin’s Press. In the book, titled In Search of Bill Clinton: A Psychological Biography, professor Read More
Fresh off its lament for the days when Jay McInerney was cool, Gawker.com lashes out at Cindy Adams for her deranged claim that Michael Crichton has a history of writing best-selling books. The devastating kicker:
A column continuing to run long after it’s lost any shred of coherence or Read More
Introducing an occasional scorecard for New York’s most dynamic gossip columnist.
Today’s Post gives Cindy Adams a much-deserved page-one teaser: “WTC: Why I hate this lousy movie.”
Inside, on page 14, Cindy–self-nominated as “New York’s watchdog” (motion seconded! And carried!)–touches all the critical bases:
* Filmgoing experience? “Slow-moving and formulaic.”
* Commercial prospects? Read More
The Times reports that Eliot Spitzer will take on the Newtown Creek oil clean up case; and a few things that lawmakers can agree on.
In the Post, Cindy Adams dedicates her column to KT McFarland.
The Albany Times Union reports the State Legislature will try again today Read More
From A PRINCE OF A GUY IF THERE’S PUBLICITY, by Cindy Adams, The New York Post, February 9, 2006: VALENTINE gifts: When your guy/gal/significant other/wife/husband/other person’s wife/husband isn’t around to scratch your back, there’s a back scratcher that extends to 26 feet with a six-finger head for fast itch relief. Call Healthy Living Read More
It seems that now, on New Year’s Eve, everything shifts east. New Jersey stumbles into Manhattan; Manhattan’s riffraff ends up in Brooklyn. (The Transom isn’t sure yet where Brooklyn goes. Hauppauge? Copiague? Nor does it really care.)
But where do the real New Yorkers end up? Although a union spokesperson wouldn’t comment, Transit Workers Union Read More
Who’s winning the battle of the front pages?
“Dirty Harry” would be clever if the Post had bothered to include a subhead mentioning the movie is PG-13; “CARD TRICK” feels like a desperate attempt to keep up with the non-developments in the FAKE BRAVEST ‘SEX FIEND’ story.
But the Post could have run dummy text Read More