Who among New York City's media set has never read a single MediaBistro mailer or blog? Nobody. Which is strange, because it's not like they break crazy news or anything! But it is a clearing house for two things: (1) Everything That Happens in Media, Especially in New York City and (2) Good Tale ... More >>
Have you read this week's New York Observer cover story, entitled 'Poor Little Rich Girls: The Ballad of Sara and Clare Bronfman'? No? You should. It's about: Absurdly rich young heiresses. Absurdly rich young heiresses to the Seagram's Gin fortune -- among other fortunes -- who lost $10 ... More >>
The Middle East: Now fair game!
A crop of filmmakers race to document their past in this year's Jewish Film Fest
The spooky truth behind the media's favorite 'spy'
Spielberg's dour tale of assassination gets lost in a morass of moral ambivalence
What the foreign press really thinks of us (hint: it's not all kittens and rainbows)
Messages from a Muslim e-mail list
What the McGreevey mess means for closets, corruption, and casting couches
Mordechai Vanunu spilled Israel's nuclear secrets and was jailed for 18 years. Get ready for the fallout.
Picking up the pieces of 9-11, putting them in order, trying to make sense
Out of the Closet, Into the Army Garrison, a Tender Gay Romance Takes Israel by Storm
Did the Media Blow Baghdad Blogger's Cover?
Fentanyl Story Quietly Absorbed By Media
Saddam Hussein Emerges as Possible Target
'Hacktivists' Try to Short-Circuit the Spooks