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As he does every year, Keith Kelly celebrates the holidays with a report on Conde Nast’s annual power luncheon, where Si Newhouse holds court over his editors and publishers and a well-choreographed seating chart lets each person know how pleased or disappointed Si is in circulation and ad pages.

Seated at Si’s right at Table 4 this year was Cindi Leive, the Glamour girl. Vanity Fair’s new publisher Edward Menicheschi had the left-hand seat. And seated far, far away, at Table 1? That would be VF editor Graydon Carter. Even sagging Jane editor Brandon Holley got better treatment than that.

Nov 30, 2006 · Link · Repond

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