New York Social Diary
|Type of site||Social blog and diary|
|Created by||David Patrick Columbia (founder)|
(in printed form)|
New York Social Diary is a website that publishes photographs of various socialites and also provides a calendar of events that they might attend. It is maintained by David Patrick Columbia, who founded it in 2000. The Diary originated in 1993 as a monthly column in Quest magazine. The column had a similar focus to the present website.
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- Dworin, Caroline H. (October 3, 2008). "Boswell to the Bluebloods". The New York Times. Retrieved June 11, 2013.
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- newyorksocialdiary.com, the official website
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