In 2007, she went on to join Time Out New York as a columnist, a position held until Summer 2009.
She then became a nationally syndicated technology columnist with Tribune Media Services and Cosmopolitan.
In July 2003, Baugher (according to as of January 2004, supposedly because her sex column (in a Jesuit university's paper) couldn't be graphic enough to suit her tastes.
Not long after, Julia Baugher became Julia Allison, decamped to New York, and began writing another sex column for And she's been riding the grapefruit train ever since.
For someone who's merely a columnist at a free paper, many New York media types know her — and have a few things to say about her.
When we ran a recalls the paper's internal review as concluding that "I did not plagiarize in any way." The haters were just trying to advance a "personal agenda" of some kind.
During college, she wrote a dating column for the campus newspaper, The Hoya.