Buy Winning: Vogue is winning the 2011 ad race among magazines, having the most ad pages for the first quarter at 621, a 10% increase over the same period last year. (New York Magazine)

Charitable Googling: Google gives $12 million in grants to seven U.S. and British Science Museums. (Google Blog)

Identity Theft: The woman who allegedly attacked a Gauguin painting was once employed by an affiliate of the Smithsonian and has a history of schizophrenia. (Washington Post)

Ladylike Scenes: Miss Manners Judith Martin reflects on posing for Victor Edelstein’s portrait “Judith Martin in Venice” now at the National Portrait Gallery as part of the exhibition “Capital Portraits: Treasures From Washington Private Collections,” opening today. (Washington Post)

Something New: London-based shoe designer Charlotte Dellal debuts a wedding collection for her line Charlotte Olympia just in time for some important nuptials across the pond. (T Magazine)

Fashion in Town: Hearst executives assemble at the White House and the Newseum for the second day of their biannual summit, where they announced the launch of HGTV Magazine coming this fall. (WWD)

Daphne in the Window?: Socialite Daphne Guinness begins a six-week collaboration with Barneys New York that includes performance art, videos of her life and wardrobe changes in the windows of the flagship store. Media blitz begins now. (Barneys)

Because She Said So: Anna Wintour announces that Fashion’s Night Out is expanding to include online retailers. No comment on the contradiction. (New York Magazine)