Saturday, August 29, 2015

Five-Hanky Tale


#NoChildLeftBehind

Friday, August 28, 2015

Stephen Colbert Moves Into the Ed Sullivan Theatre


Excited for Stephen Colbert, although it looks weird for David Letterman not to be there anymore. Used to work across the street -- we all ate at Hello Deli every afternoon -- and could never imagine Dave ever going away. Now with him, Jon Stewart, Chelsea Handler and "The Colbert Report" all off the air, my DVR is feeling awfully lonely at night.

Sebastian Bach Joins All-Gay AC/DC Tribute Band GayC/DC for 'TNT'


Heartening to think that sometimes awful people really do change. My friend Matthew sends this report from the Viper Room:
It's been over 30 years since Sebastian Bach infamously wore the "AIDS kills fags dead" T-shirt and wrote lines like "her friend is doing time for kicking ass on a queer" ... and if we need any more proof than a stint on "Gilmore Girls" or a Broadway run that Sebastian Bach of Skid Row is a new man, last night he joined his pals from the all-gay AC/DC tribute band GayC/DC onstage for a rousing rendition of "TNT"!

On the Rag, Vol. 370

A weekly look at what's making news in the free gay mags:



Odyssey New York doesn't want to say goodbye to summer / Online edition HERE.


Next: Meet the most stylish people in gay nightlife HERE.


Frankly, I'm more interested in the rag's new lifestyle section!


Get Out!: Meet producer, DJ and remixer Dave Audé HERE.


Metro Weekly (D.C.): Guided by faith and a powerful voice, the Broadway superstar has long been a darling of the gay community / Read HERE.


Guy (Ft. Lauderdale) tells you everything you need to know about the new organization ComingOutCuba / Online edition HERE.


Grab (Chicago): Meet "Throwing Shade" podcaster Bryan Safi / Online edition HERE.

Let's Talk About Tech


Mesh for Fantasy


It's not really relevant to what happened, but it's interesting to learn that the sick fuck who executed two former TV news colleagues in Roanoke, Va., used to be a hooker of sorts.

UpROARious!


Postcard From Provincetown Carnival 2015


Just now seeing this from BosGuy. Looks like everyone had a great time!

Mesa, Arizona: No. 38 (With a Bullet)


With a population of nearly half a million, my (second) childhood home isn't the quaint place it used to be.

Song of the Day: 'Music That You Can Dance To' by Sparks


Was never a huge fan of the Mael brothers, but I did like this song.

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