Yoko Ono turned 80 this year, which means that parties begin and end earlier for her. The launch of her new book of poetry, Acorn, on the rooftop of the Refinery Hotel, started at 5:30 p.m., and it wasn’t exactly a rager. The bar was airy and felt more like a painter’s studio.
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David Pogue lost his iPhone, and Apple has yet to send a Cuban hit squad after its captor. What do New York City’s Power Editors eat for breakfast? A new nominee for “Most Disturbing Opening Sentence, 2012″ emerges. What New York Post writer did The Daily editor-in-chief/New York Post higher-up Jesse Angelo sit next to when he was coming up at the paper (and yet: did not invite to his wedding)? Finally, happenings at a local newspaper make local news. Here are your Thursday Evening Media Briefs: