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New York Issue 2018

When Will a Woman Run a TV News Division?

That glass ceiling could break soon, writes broadcast news analyst Andrew Tyndall — but with a deflating asterisk.

The PR Guru Behind Trump’s Mouthpieces Speaks

Matthew Hiltzik, a former Democratic operative, birthed two of the most powerful — and now departing — voices in the president's orbit.

Which Former Trump Aides Will Become Media Stars?

News media analyst Andrew Tyndall takes a look at the future prospects of the White House alums who burned bright — and burnt out — since Trump took office.

Louis C.K.’s Path to a Comeback Likely Runs Through Comedy Clubs

Fellow New York stand-ups and club owners debate how the disgraced comic could return to the stage … and the spotlight.

“Every Guy Checks Himself a Little”: New York Comedy Clubs Adjust to #MeToo

After the Louis C.K. scandal, cultural changes are trickling down to ground zero of the stand-up firmament, with female comedians arguing, "Stand-up is still one of the most sexist fields."

Why Modern Newsrooms Should Mind the Generational Gap

Ignore the rising millennial class at your own risk: the elite of New York editors and writers is undergoing a massive shift as the under-35 class struggles to shoulder their "enormous influence"…

The Hamptons’ “Modern-Day Gatsby”: Diddy’s White Party Turns 20

The hip-hop mogul made an over-the-top splash in 1998 with the first of a series of the lavish gatherings.

‘Blockers’ Director: I Was Neighbors and Friends With Eliot Spitzer’s Escort

Kay Cannon tells THR about unknowingly sharing clothes and her oven with the notorious Ashley Dupree, her onetime New York City neighbor.

One F—ing Awesome Night Out With The Mooch in New York

America's most profane and short-lived White House communications director is plotting his next moves, hoping to parlay those 11 days of notoriety into a book, a possible TV show and talking-head…

NYC Power Restaurant Avra Is Getting a Beverly Hills Outpost

Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Redford, Katie Holmes and Megyn Kelly are among those who've dined at one of the New York locations of the Mediterranean mecca.

Why Stars Are Slipping Away From Central Park

Disney's Bob Iger, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have all recently unloaded pads in the area, once considered the pinnacle of success: "Now the high end is everywhere."

10 Real Estate Pros at the Top of NYC’s Market

Sales are down 25 percent in Manhattan amid a superluxury boom hangover ("a not-so-robust period driven largely by uncertainty"), but these real estate stars are still scoring eight-figure deals.