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Kips Bay Designers Announced; 'Versailles' Comes to Bravo

NYC—More intel about the Kips Bay Decorator Show House, slated to open its doors to the public on May 7: the 18 designers participating this year are Andrew Suvalsky, Barbara Ostrom, Christopher Peacock, architects Joan Dineen and Alyson Liss-Pobiner of Dineen Architecture + Design PC, Eve Robinson, Felicia Zwebner, Louis J. Garcia-Maldonado, Mariette Himes Gomez and her daughter, Brooke, of Gomez Associates, James Huniford, Jack Levy, Judy King, Kathryn Ireland, Kristen McGinnis, photographer and home-accessory designer Monica Rich Kosann, Mario Nievera and Keith Williams of Nievera Williams Design, Robert Brown, Sara Story, Stephen Mooney, and architect West Chin. [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—Good news, hopeful college grads looking for work: Josh Altman, Million Dollar Listing LA star and emergent rapper, is looking for an intern. Though he's never had an intern before, the broker, who counts the Barbie Dreamhouse among his listings, will actually be paying this person to do unspecified stuff, although "there's no promise of a job after the internship is over." Obviously. Anyway, the long and grueling application process stays open through April 18 and is detailed in full on Trulia. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

TV—Bravo will air the TV premiere of The Queen of Versailles on April 29 at 9pm EST. The film, which debuted at Sundance last year, chronicles the ill-fated attempt of nutso billionaire timeshare titan David Siegel to build the country's largest private residence. Don't worry, though: the once-stalled 90,000-square-foot pet project is back on track. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]