The Lower East Side blog drinking scene claimed its first victim when DealBreaker’s John Carney was run down in the wee hours of January 14. A guide to the dangerously thirsty bloggy zone of Hell Square.
The Transom goes to Sundance. (As Brad Pitt.)
Jared Paul Stern: Free at last.
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For media figures who have previously made the climb to the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, a new peak beckons: In planning the January 2007 edition of the event, Davos organizers are quietly passing around a list of prospective members of an even loftier sub-organization, to be known as the International Media Council.
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A tidbit from the meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative at the Time Warner Center today: Laura Bush will participate in September’s second Davos-on-Hudson.
Murdoch will be there too, of course. And the main underwriter, again, is Tom Golisano, incongruously seated front and center between his wife and Democratic partisan warrior John Read More
Greg Sargent has another building block for my grand unified Clinton Murdoch theory:
Rupert’s “greatly expanding his involvement” with the Clinton Global Initiative, Bill’s Davos-on-Hudson. This is usually code for “buckets of money,” though perhaps it also means more Rupert face-time.
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On Jan. 26, at the Congress Centre in Davos, Switzerland, New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. is scheduled to make his debut among the international power elite of the annual World Economic Forum.
This year’s Davos gathering, the 25th since the forum was founded in 1971, has the theme “The Creative Imperative.” It’s Read More
Andrew Kozinn, the owner of Saint Laurie, the men’s tailor and clothier at 51st and Park Avenue, sounded worried. “I’m a child of the 60′s, and I did my fair share of protesting, and I don’t think I deserve to be a target,” Mr. Kozinn said the other day. “This time I don’t have the Read More