Thirsty Thursday created its fair share of thrilling tweets. Now we shall enjoy them on this Summer Friday. Here we go:
- The always promotional Andy Cohen shills for his Real Housewives of D.C. series. It’s deeper than you think? Right.
- Fellow Bravo spokeswoman Alex McCord was awake till 3am Read More
On Monday evening, former MSNBC general manager and current NBC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams was talking about his new gig.
Less than a week after he announced he was launching a “global strategy firm” that would assemble a network of thousands of working journalists, bloggers, authors and ex-journalists, he Read More
"After two in a half years as a valued member of the Huffington Post team, Rachel Sklar has decided to leave Huffpost after the election in order, as she puts it, "to finally finish that goddamn book!’" wrote Arianna Huffington in a memo announcing Rachel Sklar’s departure.
Gawker has the memo.
Is the Huffington Post’s media and special projects editor Rachel Sklar giving up media criticism for a career as a coffeehouse chanteuse? Heck, if Portfolio‘s Matt Cooper could be named Washington’s Funniest Celebrity (a decade ago, back when there was something to laugh about in that town), anything’s possible.
In a Read More
Emily Gould’s New York Times Magazine cover story hasn’t even landed with a thud on front porches and newsstands yet, but it’s already garnering a ton of criticism online.
Some of the critical outlets weren’t surprising.
Like Gawker, for example, since Ms. Gould’s article is in many ways a rebuke of Read More
A little after 6 p.m. at the Frederick P. Rose Hall, Condé Nast president Richard Beckman was sharing a drink—vodka, olives—with Condé Nast CEO Chuck Townsend. The two were discussing the same thing everyone in the lobby of Jazz at Lincoln Center at the Time Warner Center was talking about: What the National Magazine Awards Read More
The Huffington Post’s Rachel Sklar — who’s actually, you know, Read More
For those who think they have a book inside them just waiting to be written—and, really, isn’t that pretty much everyone?—landing a book contract would be like winning the lottery. Dreams would come true; doors would open. Anything could happen.
“You hear about these big contracts coming in, and it whets your appetite,” said Read More
At today’s luncheon for the American Society of Magazine Editors, on the second floor of The Princeton Club and starring the former editors of Spy magazine, a Q&A session got complicated.
Susan Morrison–a former Spy editor, and so friendly with former co-worker Graydon Carter, and now an editor at the New Yorker–made a wee gibe Read More
Former FishbowlNY editor and Tomato aficionado Rachel Sklar has accepted a position in The Huffington Post‘s New York office. Working from the company’s base in Silicon Alley 2.0 (aka, Soho), she’ll be lending a hand as an editor and developing several projects for the site.
Fans of Read More