Well, here we are. The final Press Clips. COME ON, POOKIE! Let's burn this mothafucka down!
‚ÄčAs pointed out by Ben Smith at Politico, Richard Johnson -- who has been working the New York Post's gossip beat for over 20 years -- just abdicated his throne for a gig in L.A.
Gotham gossip loses grip, fights off rabble. Rattled tattletales tell all.
What do Rupert Murdoch, a former Page Six gossip columnist, a guy who works at the News Corp commissary, and the founder of College Humor have in common? They were all part of what might be the greatest media prank of all time.
In the latest issue of Time magazine, comedic writer Joel Stein does a profoundly unfunny bit about how families from India have descended upon the New Jersey town where he grew up. "The A&P I shoplifted from is now an Indian grocery. The multiplex where we snuck into R-rated movies now shows ... More >>
Reports today surfaced from Gawker that the New York Post is having some staffing issues. And by "staffing issues" we mean "are losing high-profile reporters due to the crumbling civility of the volatile Post management and competing offers." The report included big Post names like Page Six g ... More >>
One of the best parts about New York City's history of legendary gossips is that they'll do almost anything for a story. Even if that means fighting the Tet Offensive in the Mekong Delta of awful cultural contributions to Western Society: an on-camera appearance on MTV's mouthbreather-friendl ... More >>
New Yorkers: Have you ever had the sinking feeling or faint paranoia that our fair city's gossips are watching your every move, waiting for you to slip up, so they may then extract from your life further proof of the dog-eat-dog-while-crowd-watches-with-popcorn existential nature of the universe? We ... More >>
Speaking of Gawker moves, looks like another one's being made.