America yearns for dirty details on the red-hot bold-name couple that is Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg. Today, the Post teases a von Furstenberg interview coming in Thursday’s Page Six Magazine.
What will Diane discuss?
“Barry has loved me unconditionally for 34 years.”
“I did leave him, and Read More
Move over Rainbow Parties! According to this week’s Page Six Magazine, there’s a "new" moral panic for parents to worry about: Chicken Pox Parties!
In a feature by Kate Torgovnick headlined "Inside New York Chicken Pox Parties," we learn that, according to the article’s subhead, "A growing number of New York Read More
- Christmas Is Canceled!: "In this chilly economic climate, some companies are dumping holiday fetes—but others are still partying like it’s 2007," by Elizabeth Gallagher, Page Six Magazine.
- Gender Bender: "More women are drinking, and the women who drink are drinking more, in some cases matching their male peers. This Read More
Despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg‘s 5-year-old ban on smoking in bars, patrons are still lighting up after hours. If you’ve ever been to the Beatrice Inn or Rose Bar at Gramercy Park Hotel last at night, this isn’t exactly news. But rarely is it pointed out—with 1,800 or so words devoted to the topic—as it is Read More
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before… According to Page Six The Magazine, some Manhattan parents are so desperate to give their children a leg-up on their peers, they’re sending them to Mandarin classes! (And Hindi! And French! And German!)
Page Six‘s Jennifer Rose quotes a parent named Brett Hauser, who pays Read More
Yesterday, Lydia Hearst resigned from Page Six Magazine due to what she claimed was a fabrication that appeared in her column, The Hearst Chronicles, on Sunday.
In the column, "Blood Dispute," it seemed as though Ms. Hearst was turning on her family’s empire:
Hearst Corporation, which my family Read More
In her column in Page Six Magazine this week, socialite Lydia Hearst declares a ‘shame on you’ on her fellow socialites for continuing to party and worry about their wardrobes despite the current state of the economy. And while on the subject, Ms. Hearst even turns on her own family’s empire: Read More
Did you spend a dollar on The New York Post this Sunday so you could read the new issue of Page Six: The Magazine?
You could’ve saved that dollar for laundry by reading most of the magazine’s features in other publications. Here’s a guide to how the Serpentor of weekend Read More
Colin Hanks, son of Tinseltown bigwig Tom, moved here from L.A. last year. In Sunday’s Page Six Magazine, the 30-year-old actor answers a few New York-centric questions, shedding light on a few of his favorite things.
Mr. Hanks, who lives in a “small but quaint” West Village apartment, has to endure lots Read More
For those who may have missed yesterday’s Page Six Magazine, here follows a quick rundown of some of the issue’s highlights:
Just when it started to seem like fresh book ideas from eager-beaver magazine assistants had all been exhausted, Anna Godberson burst upon the literary scene. The 27-year-old writer from Berkeley, Calif., who was Read More