DOMINIQUE'S DOMAIN: Adam Moss is calling in some reinforcements for New York magazine's second annual wellness issue: former House & Garden editor in chief Dominique Browning. "The theme is to explore pockets of silence and peace around the city," said Browning, who was about to leave for Paris for a Departures story. "It is really fun to be in that kind of energetic news environment," she added. The issue goes on sale the third week of January, so a newsroom pace will be in order. The lineup hasn't been finalized, but Browning said it would include both regular New York writers and staff and a few House & Garden vets. — Irin Carmon
NEW LIFE: Lifetime television has long been synonymous with melodramatic, made-for-TV movies featuring has-been stars. But things are about to change, if Andrea Wong has anything to do with it. "There was a stigma. Lifetime has long been associated with women in peril. But we want to empower and embrace women," said the entertainment group's new president and chief executive officer, who was featured Monday at a Le Cirque luncheon hosted by La Mer.