The original celebrity gossip columnist, who thrived on savage, quickfire put-downs, changed the American media landscape forever.
Lloyd Grove is editor at large for The Daily Beast. Formerly a contributor to New York magazine and a contributing editor for Condé Nast Portfolio, he wrote a gossip column for the New York Daily News from 2003 to 2006. Prior to that, he wrote the Reliable Source column for The Washington Post, where he spent 23 years covering politics, the media, and other subjects.
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