Amanda Gordon

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Amanda Gordon Steps In As Gossip Columnist At Bloomberg - Posted February 4, 2011
Amanda Gordon has assumed the throne of gossip queen at Bloomberg. She has been appointed columnist for the nightlife-themed "Scene Last Night" feature for the muse arts and leisure section. In her new role Amanda will report and take photographs at galas, theater and art gallery openings, art auctions,... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Amanda Gordon Steps In As Gossip Columnist At Bloomberg - Posted February 4, 2011
Amanda Gordon has assumed the throne of gossip queen at Bloomberg. She has been appointed columnist for the nightlife-themed "Scene Last Night" feature for the muse arts and leisure section. In her new role Amanda will report and take photographs at galas, theater and art gallery openings, art auctions,... [FishbowlNY]

Howard Rubenstein on Longtime Client Rupert Murdoch: 'He's My Closest Friend In Business' - Posted April 27, 2010
[New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Howard Rubenstein and Rupert Murdoch celebrate in New York last nig... [PRNewser]

The Sun'll Come Out Tomorrow? - Posted April 29, 2009
The New York Sun's web site has been displaying glimmers of activity in recent days, despite the paper and site having been shut down since last September. Society columnist Amanda Gordon... [MediaJobsDaily]

Dream Eaters Gets the Flash Mob Treatment - Posted January 25, 2007
Though Gordon Dahlquist's debut THE GLASS BOOKS OF THE DREAM EATERS didn't fare particularly well in the US, the opposite looks to be true in the UK, especially after a successful campaign of publishing the book in serial format. Now Penguin, the book's UK publisher, came up with a twist on... [GalleyCat]

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