6pm Michael Kors flats
Uncategorized / September 11, 2017

You can call me A(o)l: Mayor Gavin Newsom hosted a shindig at MatrixFillmore celebrating “Sammy’s Hill,” the debut novel by Kristin Gore. The Emmy-nominated comedy writer arrived with her parents, Tipper Gore and former Vice President Al Gore, after a reading at Kepler’s. The Gores mixed graciously among the hipoisie (clutching colorful cocktails in the crush) and mingled with such Poli-wonksters as Supervisors Michaela Alioto-Pier and Sean Elsbernd, mayoral aide Mike Farrah, Tony Guilfoyle Jr., the Mayor’s Office of Protocol’s Emma Green, MF manager Adam Jed and mayoral spokesman Peter Ragone, a vet of Gore’s presidential campaign and pal from Kristin’s T.V.-writing days in L.A.Craig Newmark, our online local hero and cyber crime-fighter, looked forward to meeting Gore. “But I have to give credit to Elizabeth Echols,” he said, regarding the “invention” of the Internet. “Gore was instrumental, but Liz deserves credit, too.” Tete-a-teteing within the madding crowd, Gore lauded the integrity of Newmark’s Craigslist community. In July, Swells Inc. reported rumblings (OK, a rumble) that Ma and Pa Gore were pied shopping here. Gore is chairman of a new independent media company based in the city. INdTV, the company’s 24-hour cable news network aimed at the ever-attractive, always-elusive 18-34…