“We are not waiting in line. We are conducting journalism here,” said George Rush to a young man making his way to the bathroom last night.
Mr. Rush was standing at the back of the Irish bar McGarry’s on Ninth Avenue, just a few blocks away from the Daily News offices on 33rd Street, at Read More
About 30 staffers, or 9 percent of the Daily News editorial team, took Mort Zuckerman’s latest buyout offer.
The paper will be left with fewer than 300 members on the editorial staff after Friday, the last day any staffers can take the offer.
Gossip man George Rush was among those who chose a buyout, Read More
Michael Wolff is scratching his head over why after more than a year of staying almost entirely off the record, his old pal Judith Regan—whom he’s known since their undergraduate days at Vassar when she was a "pretty, plumpish hippie"—is trying to get all this attention suddenly by telling the New York Daily Read More
DENVER—After hosting a lunch in support of helping diabetes patients at the restaurant Panzano, the Creative Coalition gathered its merry band of New York-based celebrities into a back section of the restaurant to get on with the showbiz-oriented non-profit’s lesser known agenda this year: a documentary, called Poliwood, featuring their historic voyage to the Democratic Read More
Daily News gossip guy George Rush suggested in an interview with Judy Regan on satellite radio that the newspaper would start charging for some of its online content. Jeff Bercovici noted:
Regan was grilling Rush about how the News makes money from its online audience when Rush hinted the paper might adopt a Read More
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Bravo’s Tabloid Wars–that docu-reality-miniseries peek into Mort Zuckerman’s Daily News ant farm–hits TVs July 24, the summer after it was filmed. Today brings the press kit, complete with a mock newspaper touting the series’ many dramatic attractions (“Married gossip columnists George Rush and Joanna Malloy balance family life and work Read More
On Sept. 22, husband-and-wife gossip duo George Rush and Joanna Molloy hit gold when they confirmed a long-standing rumor that Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon was having a relationship with another woman.
All that was left was to call Ms. Nixon’s publicist, Carrie Ross, to get a reaction. But Ms. Ross was doing Read More