Friday, November 16, 2018

The Daily Grindr

Not mine, but too good not to be shared!

On the Rag, Vol. 533

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

HotSpots (Florida): A Q&A with Mr. Gay USofA

Dallas Voice: Happy Thanksgiving!

Song of the Day: 'The Big Unknown' by Sade

The good thing about Ms. Adu is that she's nothing if not consistent: If you liked her when she released her first single in 1984, then you're gonna like her latest, too! 

Page 1 Roundup (11/16)

Morning Wood

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Remains of the Day (11/15)

Matthew Rettenmund: Just in time for the holidays, a new book documents more than 1,000 of Madonna's most incredible magazine covers

The New York Times: Nancy Pelosi says she has the votes to become House speaker (I understand the argument against her, but feel she is just the polarizing figure we need for the next two years of Trump -- and she needs no learning curve)

Towleroad: Michelle Obama and Ellen DeGeneres cause a spectacle at Costco

The Randy Report: Did an Uber driver offer to blow a customer in exchange for a free ride?

Baltimore Sun: Audience feared shooting as man yelled "Heil Hitler, Heil Trump" during performance of "Fiddler on the Roof"

Out Magazine: Check here to see if you made the Out 100

Back2Stonewall: "Crying Nazi" Christopher Cantwell creates video game of shooters killing LGBT people

The WoW Report: Michael Avenatti denies domestic-abuse allegations: "I look forward to being exonerated"

Vareity: Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin to depart in 2019

Dlisted: I'm kind of embarrassed to admit that young and beardy Sam Waterston was kinda hot

Gothamist: I had never seen or read anything related to Anthony Bourdain before his suicide, so it was weird being "introduced" to him thanks to his final episode of "Parts Unknown," which I only watched because Debbie Harry and Chris Stein were on. Show was nauseating to look at -- we get it, you have a kooky cinematographer with ADHD on staff -- and the late host's heroin reminiscing was a bit off-putting. But I did enjoy also seeing Lydia Lunch, Amos Poe, Jim Jarmusch and John Lurie

TV Line: I'm not watching "The Conners," are you?

CNN: Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty for Khashoggi murder, says journalist was killed by sedative overdose

Instagram: Billie Jean King celebrates 75 incredible years with a plethora of LGBTQ stars!

Gr8er Days: Roy Clark, country guitarist (remember his "Songbook" ads?) and "Hee Haw" star, dies at 85

Hot Cat of the Day: I say go for Pantene Pro V for Oily Fur

Need Cash (for a Rentboy) Now?

A friend writes:
Hey dude. How am I supposed to focus on my finances when HE is on my bank's login page?
Damian and I have definitely taken note of Madison Avenue's, um, casting prowess of late!

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