Vanity Fair compares NY Post "Page Six" editors to the Stones
Date: December 27, 2004 03:14
Vanity Fair depicts the successive New York Post "Page Six" editors' profiles in its December issue. During 27 years of gossips crème de la crème (and still more coming), it appears "Page Six" had one "Keith" and one "Charlie";
Brady's successor, Neil Travis, was a bon vivant in the making and a favored member of the Murdoch mafia despite his openly liberal tendencies. If the flamboyant Dunleavy was the Keith Richards of tabloid journalism, then his mate Travis was its Charlie Watts, quieter and more thoughtful by comparison, but, nonetheless, a man who lived for the beat – whether it was Elaine's, Regine's, or Studio 54 – and the opportunity to cut down some tall puppies.