It's a new era at Page Six. Too bad no one told the famed gossip column's latest hire.
Corynne Steindler, who is leaving jossip.com to join the New York Post next month, sent out an invitation to her going away party earlier this afternoon. "Obviously, I can't go out without a party, and Thom Bar was gracious enough to offer up a swanky little soiree," she wrote, referring to the bar at the Thompson Hotel, a venue frequently featured in Page Six.
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But within two hours, Steindler was forced to call the party off—after calls from RadarOnline.com alerted top Post officials to her plans. "She will not be having a party paid for by an outside entity," said a Post spokesman. "Any parties she has, she will be paying for." Invite after the jump