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Fox’s Good Day Chicago

Fox’s Good Day Chicago
June 4, 2012

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Dating Experts Admit Their Own Matches Strike Out

Dating Experts Admit Their Own Matches Strike Out
New York Daily News
By Gina Salamone
May 31, 2012

When even dating “experts” have no luck with relationships, is there hope for anyone?

The three stars in Bravo’s new docu-series, “Miss Advised,” premiering June 18 at 10 p.m., admit they have just as much trouble as their clients.

“I actually was under this misguided impression that I was exceptionally talented at dating, and this show proved otherwise,” dating columnist Julia Allison said in a [read more...]

Maxim: Today’s Girl – Julia Allison

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Today’s Girl – Julia Allison
Maxim
May 30, 2012

Talking Shop with Julia Allison

Talking Shop with Julia Allison
AOL City’s Best
By Rachel Raczka
Oct 10, 2010

Mediaite Julia Allison might be hard to slow down – we caught her somewhere between a train from Boston and a Chicago production of “Candide” – but thanks to Twitter and her tell-all blog, she’s not too hard to track. After getting her advice on the best veggie burger in town and shopping tips for tutu lovers, she left us weirdly pining for the glamorous, slightly know-it-all older sister we never had.

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No more sex in the city

No More Sex in the City
The New York Post
By Mandy Stadtmiller
May 11, 2010

Two weeks ago, Katie Jean Arnold had her celibacy wake-up call. After hooking up with a stranger on the L train platform and going back to his place, she woke up at his apartment and decided to leave. On her way out the door, he came up to her, naked, and said the words she’ll never forget: “What’s your name?”

It was then that she made her Big Decision.

No. More. Sex.

She’s led a sex-free [read more...]

Julia Allison explains how she crashed the White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Julia Allison explains how she crashed the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
Washington Post
By Roxanne Roberts & Amy Argetsinger
April 26, 2010

Julia Allison got her photo taken with Colin Powell at the 2009 White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. That year, a friend took her as a date, and she didn’t have to crash it. 

It was a simpler time, the [read more...]



Who is Julia Allison?
Mainstreet.com
By David Seaman
February 2, 2010

You’ve probably seen Julia Allison before. The 28-year-old TV commentator and media personality has been featured on MSNBC dissecting the latest viral video… or you may have caught her hawking the Sony VAIO in TV commercials alongside Peyton Manning and Justin Timberlake. And if you’re into media gossip, you’ll definitely know her as the girl Gawker.com loves to hate. She has achieved a certain kind of micro-fame in the world of Web 2.0 that may be crossing over into the mainstream, but when we sat down [read more...]

NOTHING IS OFF LIMITS IN A TMI CULTURE



NOTHING IS OFF LIMITS IN A TMI CULTURE
By Francine Kopurn
November 27, 2009

Keep it to yourself. The life and death of your latest zit, whether you have pinworms, anything that happens in your bathroom or bedroom or emanates from your nose. Could you just, please, keep it to yourself?

Apparently not. The Internet may have permanently changed the boundaries of what is considered too much information, or TMI. That’s not a bad thing, say those who helped create a culture of oversharing.

“It’s absolutely a moving target,” says Julia Allison, 28, one of three similarly aged [read more...]

Time Out New York



Time Out New York
The Hot Seat: Julia Allison
June 25 – July 1, 2009
By Michael
Freidson

Our relationship with dating columnist Julia Allison is over. It has been for months, if you haven’t noticed. In fact, we’ve already moved on: Next week, we’re launching a Julia-free Sex & Dating section in the back of the magazine, featuring real-life datable singles, naked readers and Jamie Bufalino.

Turns out, she’s happier without us. In the two years since Allison, 28, started here, plucked from the dung heap of amNewYork, she went from Star magazine talking head to Wired cover girl, [read more...]



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