crimsong19/FlickrAs in Midtown, so too in London.If you want to remember how excited everyone was about food trucks before they began complaining about them, then you might consider booking a ticket to England, where the whole street food thing is "very 'now."
Former Page Six-er Richard Johnson* (see below) is reporting at The Daily that Tom Cruise's daughter, Isabella, 18, is fed up with Scientology and has moved out of her father's house.
A Cruise publicist denied the report.
Johnson quotes two of our favorite Scientology sources, Marty Rathbu ... More >>
Yesterday, we expounded on the saga of Nikki Finke, the uber-powerful Hollywood blogger behind Deadline.com, who refuses to be photographed and rarely leaves her house. She's also known to throw around threats, like negative coverage or worse, a blackout, for studios and websites should they ... More >>
Finke?Rupert Murdoch's iPad newspaper The Daily got its first attention for exclusive content (save a semi-viral James Franco graphic) this morning when it published a picture purported to be of Nikki Finke, the infamous Hollywood blogger and recluse behind Deadline.com, who refuses to be pho ... More >>
As it's been noted, News Corp's daily newspaper built just for the iPad -- The Daily -- is on the way. It is Rupert Murdoch's newest child, the Draco Malfoy to his Voldemort. As such, they're hiring or trying to hire every editorial staffer this side of the Bangkok Bugle Tribune, which I just inv ... More >>
Lock up ye editorial staffers! The Daily is trying to hire them if they haven't already. And if Papa Rupe doesn't come for 'em, Yahoo will. A New York Observer-er peaces out. Finally, the clearing out of some old items, the firing of some long-needed shots, and the media company you're most l ... More >>
Target audiences: they happen.The New York Observer hits the big time, getting a cameo on Gossip Girl. And who from their editorial staff was there? Gawker gets murked by some Taiwanese guys. Business Insider is making another hire. Speaking of which, Media Party Season has arrived, unless, o ... More >>
Dan Abrams' news operation Mediaite loses a founding staff member. New York Magazine snubs New York Magazine. Alec Baldwin is New York's hot new media critic -- Guest of a Guest? Not so much. -- and Emily Smith at Page Six is having some growing pains sans-Richard Johnson, it'd appear. Press ... More >>
Page Six may have lost their longtime skipper Richard Johnson, but they are still throwing some heat. Today's column has a great item about one of New York's most infamous dicks, (the one attached to) Eliot Spitzer.
Gossip master Richard Johnson, the boss at the New York Post's Page Six, appears to have been removed from the site's logo, leaving Emily Smith as the bold name, with Stephanie Smith and Tara Palmerias to follow, as pointed out by watchful tweeter Nick Rizzo. This comes just one month after G ... More >>