Former US Weekly Janice Min is heading to Los Angeles, the Post reports today.
She is selling her prewar condo at 285 Lafayette St. for $7.3 million. She’ll also apparently start getting to work on a celeb-mommy blog out on the left coast. What former magazine editor isn’t starting a Web venture Read More
Here’s one example of how Michelle Obama is, as the New York Times said in a profile of her today, "softening her image." Read More
Big moves in tab-land! The unstoppable Janice Min has signed up two new high profile writers for Us Weekly, her glossy juggernaut of Brangelina speculation and Hills entrail-reading. The new issue (Inside Beyoncé’s Wedding!) features articles by Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama. The articles are each teased on the cover with "Vote For Read More
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, which each year rewards what they view as positive depictions of gay people in various media from reality shows to newspapers to comic books, has made a happy woman of Us Weekly editor Janice Min.
In 2005, GLAAD nominated magazines such as The Chronicle of Higher Education and Read More
Yesterday evening at the Four Seasons, scores of well-dressed Manhattan women gathered to chat and mingle at the fifth annual Dinner & Dis(course) cocktail and dinner party. The event, organized by MediaBistro.com, drew together an array of female leaders in the magazine industry, along with one visibly uncomfortable male, Media Bistro associate editor Read More
“The whole age of the soft interview is gone,” Janice Min said.
Ms. Min, 36, is approaching her third anniversary as editor of Us Weekly. She ascended to the job in July 2003, the same month that George W. Bush, savoring a quick and tidy army-on-army victory, dared Iraqi insurgents to “Bring ’em on.”
Ms. Read More
A downtown man—that’s what Billy Joel is. Even if he did just unload a 2,681-square-foot spread at the Hubert, a ritzy newish condominium located between Hudson and Greenwich streets in Tribeca, for $4.25 million, according to deed-transfer records.
In 2004, Mr. Joel dropped $3.9 million on the place. Then, last July, the piano man Read More
Last November, Ian Schrager and Aby Rosen invited about 25 of Manhattan’s top luxury real-estate brokers to dinner at the Tribeca restaurant, Bouley.
The evening was arranged to celebrate the completion of a luxurious and much-anticipated apartment at 50 Gramercy Park North, the 23-unit co-op the duo had developed together alongside their gut renovation of Read More
Us Weekly editor Janice Min and Wenner Media agree on what she should be paid: $1.2 million per year, according to a source familiar with Min’s contract negotiations. But they don’t agree about what she can serve for lunch.
Owing to an impasse over staff perks–including catered meals–Min’s contract expired last week before a new Read More