Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Jodie Foster Ties the Knot With Alexandra Hedison

But she's still not out. Seen HERE.

Louis GQ

I'm a huge fan  of Louis C.K. -- his FX show is pretty much brilliant -- so it's interesting reading about his struggle to get where he is. He might be a good candidate for a memoir. "I've never been suicidal," C.K. told the magazine. "But I've wanted to be." Read HERE.

A Girls' Weekend With Barbra Streisand

Even with Barbra Streisand on hand, Damiana Garcia is still the main event in my heart ...

Yet Another Smoking-Related Death

Camilla Parker Bowles' brother dies in New York hospital after smashing head 

Mark Shand, 62, younger brother of the Duchess of Cornwall and brother-in-law to Prince Charles, reportedly had stepped outside of a charity event at Sotheby’s to have a cigarette, then slipped while lighting it and hit his head on the pavement. 

Tragic. Read HERE.

Headmaster (and Servant)

HEADMASTER, the biannual art magazine for man-lovers, is back with No. 6, featuring nine projects by artists from Providence, New York, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Vienna and Berlin. Novelist (and Amtrak residency inventor) Alexander Chee wrote a story inspired by the porn soundtrack work of Patrick Cowley, New York photographer/DJ Anthony DiCapua visited Brighton Beach with a bottle of Russian vodka, and Brooklyn-based artist Stephen Scott Smith repurposed text messages from a breakup for his project.

Choire Sicha of The Awl calls HEADMASTER "delighfully raunchy" and Fleshbot describes the magazine as "Viagra for the thinking man's libido." HEADMASTER No. 6 is currently available at thirty retailers worldwide, including McNally Jackson, St. Mark's Bookshop and the New Museum.

Get yours HERE.

Boy Meets Wood(s)

"Sock Job" is a screwball comedy about masturbation starring Matthew Camp and directed by Mark Allen:
On a dark and stormy night in a secluded cabin in the woods, a young man faces challenges while trying to relieve his boredom ...

More info HERE.

Song of the Day: 'Honestly OK' by Dido

Heard this in a bar the other night and was reminded just how flawless "No Angel" is, where the album tracks are just as good as the singles. 

A look at the Dido collection my friend Greg and I produced about a decade ago ...

Speaking for Myselfie

Good for him, but I'm really going to miss "The Colbert Report."


Dear Gisele: What did music ever do to you?

Morning Wood

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