She used to appear on TV a lot as an "Editor At Large" for Star Magazine talking about, you know, celebrities, then she was a dating columnist for Time Out New York, now she is some sort of "lifecaster" who runs a blog about herself (natch) and
Basically, she is everywhere in a certain corner of the internet, is generally reviled, and has the habit as referring to herself as a "brand".
Okay, so I'm ducking into a doorway in the East Village this morning to light a cigarette and my eyes wander to this:
Is this that Julia Allison?
If so, this would prove she actually is a real person, not an ad agency composite like Betty Crocker or Aunt Jemima.
Also, true fame can only (but may not) happen when you make yourself ubiquitous. If this is her place of residence, Kudos to Allison for putting her full name, sorry, brand, in her building's buzzer listing.
Julia, don't ever stop.