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Does Florida really need more gold chains? The Guccione family heads south. Plus, the Post loses a gossipeuse and the Giant staff shrinks by a head.
April 19, 2005
Just in case you've been fretting about the fates of all those grizzled tabloid hacks left behind in South Florida now that The National Enquirer has pulled up stakes and moved to New York, worry no longer: the Gucciones have arrived. In one of magazine publishing's stranger recent developments, Bob Guccione Sr. (Penthouse) and Bob Guccione Jr. (Spin, Gear) have reconciled after a 17-year estrangement and intend to relaunch Omni, Guccione Sr.'s respected-but-defunct science magazine, in South Florida. The Miami Herald reports the pair "are planning to launch national magazines dealing with arts and entertainment....
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