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Archive for May, 2021

Before #GetCarter: Dishing with Keith McNally and Nora Ephron

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Back in the oughts, I edited Bergdorf Goodman Magazine, and started a regular feature called BG Conversation, in which I invited two eminent New Yorkers to lunch and recorded their conversations. Sometimes they knew each other, sometimes they only wanted to know each other. Often, the conversations sparkled. In light of the social media tempest pitting former Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter against restaurateur Keith McNally, I dug out this gem, a March 2004 BG Conversation featuring Keith and the late essayist, screenwriter and director Nora Ephron from an archive on my hard drive. Click the link to read it. … Continue reading

Model Gets a Fresh Look

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Of “the juiciest reads—tell-alls, exposés,” writes Lucia Tonelli on townndcountrymag.com “‘Model’ by Michael Gross is one I pick up regularly, read a few pages, and put down feeling like I’ve satisfied a social itch. The searing biography dives deep.” Thanks, Lucia!

Happy Birthday, Bob

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Eighty is a long run for a rock star, but you’re younger than that now.

On The Border

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With Europe about to re-open for American travelers, it seems a good moment to revisit a story published last August in Departures (in the depths of lockdown) under the rubric “well kept secret.” Pyla-sur-Mer and Cap Ferret are two of the most magical places I’ve ever visited. And soon, we’ll be able to visit them again. The photo here and in the story are by Ambroise Tézenas.

Book Bits

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Two of my books have earned press “hits” this week. An obituary by Penelope Green of modeling agent Barbara Stone put Model back in the New York Times. And Jennifer Gould of the New York Post references 740 Park in her report on former Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin‘s long, and finally-successful effort, to sell a radically price-chopped apartment at 740 Park Avenue that’s been in his family for three generations. Does the price reflect a similar discounting of the reputation of accomplices of the last administration?

Bill Gates: His Do-Right Pre-Nup Woman

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Twenty-three years ago, I interviewed Ann Winblad, now 70, the venture capitalist who was Bill Gates‘ girlfriend before his now-ruptured marriage to Melinda French Gates, and has reportedly remained close to the second richest man in the world ever since. The interview, for my book on the Baby Boom, My Generation, was edited out of the final draft. But you can read it here. Photo: JD Lasica