Listen, Jossip, we don’t care for Project Runway anymore than you do, but keep your your hot-pink hands off our city. You’ve been warned.
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Jossip seems to think so. Noting that journalist have “grown a pair” and started asking presidential nominee Barack Obama tougher questions in the last few days, the gossip site posits that it took two Saturday Night Live parodies to wake the press corp out of their love-fog.
Jossip takes journos to task for being woken up by SNL, of all things. We’re choosing to direct our ire at the movie studios. If they hadn’t been such asses and prolonged the WGA strike, those parodies woulda run months ago.
Glossed Over live blogs the September Vogue, and lives to tell.
And Cathy Horyn actually found reading matter hidden in the dead-tree ad forest. Her readers tear the issue to shreds.
Start with blogger Luke Ford’s outrage that no one at this paper, or anywhere else, had weighed in on the excruciatingly important fact that L.A.’s mayor has been spotted without his wedding ring (snip)
He (Tony V.) also looks more and more like the next governor of California.
Translation: Leave journalism to the professionals, sonny.
Now, of course, Tony looks more the newest member of Los Primeros.
Jossip claims Telemundo is backing their homegirl. We’re guessing they don’t read ERS News.
Andy Martin questions those who ask for privacy through a press release.
Portfolio, Conde Nast’s new business magazine, has officially launched.
Senior writer Amy Wallace (formerly with the LA Times) profiles Relativity Media’s Ryan Kavanaugh, a 32-year-old dealmaker, who gets Wall Street to invest in Hollywood.
Nancy Haas has a piece about Maroon 5′s big bucks backer.
The Culture and Lifestyle section doesn’t grab us, but then, we’re broke.
FKC calls it an exciting new outlet.
Dealbreaker takes some credit.
Celebrity News sniffs at the lack of, well, celebrities.
Jossip is unimpressed, due to the lack of mention of same.