Monday, June 16, 2008

Page 1 Consider (06/16)

  • Little Big Darling: Here's Matt Dillon doing what he does best: walking around Manhattan looking hot. (Dlisted)

  • Go Figure: It turns out the gays find marriage to be the same mixed bag that straight people do. (NYT)

  • My Favorite Redhead: Kathy Griffin Just Can't Shut Up, and aren't we grateful? (NYT)

  • Hardly a Pudding Pop: Barack Obama went Bill Cosby on black fathers' asses over the weekend. (NYT)

  • The Wheels Are in Motion: Cheyenne Jackson brought out the guns during rehearsal for the "Xanadu" cast's performance on "The Early Show" on Friday (But no short-shorts?) (Playbill)

  • Cuts Both Ways: Heterosexual couples are rushing to get married in a conservative California county that plans to halt all wedding ceremonies as gay marriage is set to be legalized. (AP)

  • Give It Up: My pal Robbie Daw interviews Cyndi Lauper about her fab new album, "Bring Ya to the Brink." (Instinct)

  • Coming Out in Style: The same week that Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick's 18-year-old daughter, Katherine, publicly came out of the closet, she and her dad marched in Boston's Gay Pride parade. (Boston)

  • Lifetime Bond: I don't care what anyone says, Pierce Brosnan was THE ultimate James Bond -- and will always embody everything that is James Bond to me. (Parade) (And yes, Michael K, I would hit it.)

  • Bingham Cup: Hundreds of sports enthusiasts from around the world headed to Dublin over the weekend for the gay rugby world cup named after Flight 93 hero Mark Bingham. (365Gay)

  • Suddenly the Grass Is Greener: Rafael Nadal took yet another bite into Roger Federer's reign of supremacy by winning his first grass-court event yesterday in England. Not only did he become the first Spanish man to win on the turf in ages, he did so in convincing fashion beating Andy Roddick and Novak Djokovic in straight sets. Not to be outdone, though, Federer won the grass-court event in Germany in straight sets too, beating Philipp Kohlschreiber. (Who?) (AP)

  • Double the Fun: A look at Father's Day, gay-dad style. (MSNBC)

  • Ballsy Fashions: Andy Roddick brings the suspenders-with-shorts look Outside. (Towleroad)


    James C. said...

    Nadal is not the first Spaniard to win on grass. As the article you link to states in the second paragraph, he is the first male since Andres Gimeno in 1972. Manolo Santana also won Wimbledon in 1966 and Conchita Martinez won the ladies title in 1994.

    Anonymous said...

    I would "hit" Pierce Brosnan, too...woof!

    Anonymous said...

    820116th, i think they mean that Nadal is the first Spainard to win at Queen's Club or the Stella Artois Championships.