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Memo Pad: It's Raining Men... New Recipe... Bra Banter...

It seems Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce can't help irking someone's sensibility when it comes to ad images.

Memo Pad: What the Elle?... Another Warning... Name Change...

With news of Owen Wilson's attempted suicide blaring across gossip columns and Web sites since Monday, one outlet that won't be running a story of his troubles is Elle.

Memo Pad: Open Season... One More Title...

The great democratization of criticism promised by the Internet is in full swing, even on blogs run by major media organizations.

Memo Pad: Emap's big Break Up... Artful Cause... Mad About Mad Men...

It looks as if Emap, the British publishing giant, will be a much smaller beast — or not exist at all — by year's end.

Memo Pad: Quiet Makeover... Party Pooper... Nasty Business...

While some magazines trumpet a redesign or change in appearance, Lucky has been conducting a quiet evolution on its cover and inside pages since the August 2006 issue.

Memo Pad: Paris Sans Wintour... Print to Web... Martha Space...

There will be an extra front-row seat at the Paris collections in October: Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour plans to skip the City of Light.

Memo Pad: Shining Star... No Longer Just New York... Minus And Plus...

Star has solidified its decision to lower its rate base to 1.25 million in January, after the company lowered its rate base to 1.35 million from 1.5 million as of July.

Memo Pad: Taste Of The East... Still A Big Name... Laying An Egg?...

Wine in China tends to be of the 60-proof variety and, as for food, it's a nation where dog, jellyfish and a whole chicken — head included — are considered delicacies.

Memo Pad: Tom Totally Nude - Again

What Tom Ford did five years ago for full-frontal male nudity in his ads for the M7 fragrance for Yves Saint Laurent, he's about to do for the opposite sex in the ones for Tom Ford for Men.

Memo Pad: Black Mark... Where There's Smoke...

Carolyn Murphy is on the cover of the September BlackBook, but the accompanying profile by Vanity Fair's Nancy Jo Sales has been spiked.

Memo Pad: Feet Under The Desk... Exit in Style...

Kent Brownridge and Quadrangle Capital Partners completed the acquisition of Dennis Publishing on Wednesday. Brownridge, sitting in Dennis founder Felix Dennis' old office, described his first day as "fun, and crazed."

Memo Pad: Back and Forth... Since You've Been Gone...

Who's been tapping whose phones?

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