BlackBook
Date: 2009-05-28
Author: Unavailable

Article Mentions
Mentioned, Paula Froelich
Mentioned, Candace Bushnell
Mentioned, Richard Johnson
Mentioned, Lizzie Grubman
Mentioned, Paris Hilton
Mentioned, Lindsay Lohan
Mentioned, Paula Abdul
Mentioned, Rupert Murdoch
Mentioned, Carine Roitfeld
Mentioned, Sean Stewart
Mentioned, Edie Falco
Mentioned, Gigi Levangie Grazer
Mentioned, Britney Spears
Mentioned, Elaine Goldsmith
Mentioned, Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Mentioned, Kim Kardashian
Mentioned, Michael Wolff
Mentioned, Nick Haramis
Mentioned, Shallon Lester
Mentioned, Dambisa Moyo
Mentioned, BlackBook
Mentioned, MTV
Mentioned, Page Six
Mentioned, The New York Post
Mentioned, US Weekly
Mentioned, Vanity Fair
Mentioned, Vogue
Mentioned, Employees Only
Mentioned, New York Magazine
Mentioned, PEN
Mentioned, Bowery Hotel
Mentioned, New York Daily News
Mentioned, STRATA
By Nick Haramis May 28, 2009 Few writers strike as much fear in the hearts of wayward starlets and errant politicians as Paula Froelich, who has been bludgeoning boldfaced names with her Page Six pen for almost nine years. But, when she arrives at Employees Only in Manhattans West Village one rainy morning in late April, the New York Post gossip columnist immediately dispels any concerns that the devil might, in fact, wear YSL. I didnt know if I should get too dressed up, she says, smiling as she steps into her designer heels. A born storyteller, Froelich pouts and laughs for the camera while sharing anecdotes about celebrities and their silly scandalsa culture she has immersed herself in since quitting her job at Dow Jones to work under Pa...(read more)
... By Nick Haramis May 28, 2009 Few writers strike as much fear in the hearts of wayward starlets and errant politicians as Paula Froelich, ...
... who has been bludgeoning boldfaced names with her Page Six pen for almost nine years. But, when she arrives at Employees Only in Manhattans West Village one rainy morning in late April, the New York Post gossip columnist immediately dispels any conce ...
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