Ron Galotti, the former Condé Nast exec who was the inspiration for Sex and the City‘s Mr. Big, has gotten a bit of press this past week. There’s an item in WWD‘s Memo Pad today in which he surveys the red-carpet crowd at last week’s movie Sex and the City premiere.
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Call it Shovegate : Mayor Michael Bloomberg telephoned the general manager of WNBC television earlier this month to defend the conduct of a staff member following a hotly disputed run-in with are porter and cameraman on the steps of City Hall.
The collision in question occurred on April 12, when Mr. Bloomberg was entering City Read More
Wall Street Journal Waits for Missing Colleague Daniel Pearl; Steve Brill and Tom Rogers E-Tangle
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl’s disappearance last week was akin to a missile fired in the middle of the night, shaking his colleagues at the newspaper while leaving outside observers frightened and disturbed. Since last fall, when journalists Read More
Talk has a problem. No, not the persistent rumors that Hearst wants out of the joint venture to publish the monthly magazine with Miramax Films. And no, it’s not that word leaked to the New York Post that publisher Ron Galotti is seeking out new investors for the magazine. The biggest complaint Tina Brown and Read More
The narcotic bassline of Eric B. & Rakim’s “Paid in Full” hooked them as they stood staring at the stage that bore the rapper-turned-talk-show host Queen Latifah. At various places in the crowd, wild-haired Salman Rushdie, former mayoral candidate Andy Stein, and Nation editor Katrina vanden Heuvel, in a dress that showed off her tattoo Read More