Gossip writer Paula Froelich opened the front door to her one-bedroom Soho apartment on a recent evening, wearing a flattering emerald dress with puffy sleeves and woolly, moccasin-style slippers.
She had one hour, she warned, before she had to run out and meet Daily Candy founder Dany Levy and socialite Gigi Read More
New York City gossip reporter turned novelist Ian Spiegelman is the latest victim of Vladimir Putin’s vicious crackdown on the rights of the Russian proletariat.
Ever since his novel Everyone’s Burning, which explores the drugged-out lives of disaffected kids in Bayside, was picked up by the Moscow publishing house AST in Read More
Those fickle billionaires behind Door—that’s the nightclub on 23rd Street where you have to be either really rich or a model to get in—may have already decided to slam shut their notorious peephole for good.
“The landlords tried to hike the rent and they decided it wasn’t worth it,” said a source with Read More
“You know the average Post reader is a complete cretin,” Jared Paul Stern said.
Mr. Stern, the fallen gossip columnist, has sold a nonfiction book to Touchstone Fireside, a division of Simon & Schuster.
“But we’re not writing it for them,” Mr. Stern said, of that majority of his former readers in the New York Read More
The Transom refused to attend Toby Young’s book party last night, even though it was clearly the must-attend party of 2002. Did one really have to attend to report it?
Rachel Sklar was in an effusive mood, her rockin’ bod swaying slightly with the off-genre Soho House soundtrack. She warmly greeted the overly well-dressed reporter Read More