Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Hearts Aflutter as Adidas Raises Hemline on Men's Shorts


Lucas Pouille

Sometimes it's the little things -- and Adidas really delivered with its latest "kit" being sported by many of its stars. The collarless blouse clings nicely to the guys' bodies -- but it's the blue shorts that have been raised just a tad that have me very excited about the summer tennis season ahead ...


Gilles Simon


Tomas Berdych


Maximilian "Legs" Marterer


Oh, Fernando (Verdasco)


Stefanos Tsitsipas may have lost this match to Richard Gasquet. But he won the sartorial sectionals ...

Tatum O'Neal Remembers Photographer David Seidner

. . “I got the awesome honor to work with photographer #DavidSeidner (February 18, 1957 - June 6, 1999) on @Saks Fifth Avenue Magazine which I still have somewhere. We became fast friends in 1993. We spoke every day and went to fancy events together. I remember David getting depressed about his diagnosis. He was so proud, that I could understand. David moved to Miami and we lost touch. But before that he started a wasting and building series which was really fascinating and scary and sad. He truly was a master photographer. Anyone who does not know David’s work should look him up. I miss this proud amazing friend every day. I remember him” — by Tatum O’neal @tatum__oneal. Photo © Rose Hartman/Globe Photos September 24, 1997 — @therealdvf, @tatum__oneal and David Seidner attending Robert Rauschenbert's Charity at the @Guggenheim. #whatisrememberedlives #theaidsmemorial #aidsmemorial #endaids #neverforget
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The actress's heartfelt note about her fallen friend is just one of the thousands of reasons you should be following The AIDS Memorial on Instagram.

Tennis Tuesday


How am I just coming across this video of Bernie Tomic doing the Ice Bucket Challenge in his undies?


Song of the Day: '(They Long to Be) Close to You' by Olivia Newton-John


Watch Olivia Newton-John pay tribute to her longtime friend Karen Carpenter ...


and then ...


Watch Karen tell a story that makes Edith Bunker seem succinct on "The Mike Douglas Show" with Olivia and John Travolta looking on.

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Page Six: Christie Brinkley's SMOKIN' SON got pissed when someone took pictures of a model straddling him on a sofa in a Montauk hot spot









Morning Wood


Italian tourist spotted on the uptown F train. Gawk more HERE.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Hell Is for Children


No. 3 and 4 are what I call tacit admissions by the administration that if this were happening it would be totally unacceptable. It is -- and it is.



Remains of the Day (06/18)


Instagram: Everything old is new again, baby

Towleroad: "Will & Grace" presents seven minutes of bloopers in hilarious gag reel

The New York Times: Should runner Caster Semenya really be punished because her body produces more testosterone than other women?

Dlisted: Heather Locklear has been hospitalized after threatening to shoot herself

The Randy Report: The riot police had no patience for anti-LGBT protesters at Kiev Pride

BosGuy: I'll take this guy in a kilt ... or out


Instagram: Have recently engaged Russell Tovey and rugby player cum sex-bomb Steve Brockman already called it quits?

Sun-Sentintel: Parkland siblings David and Lauren Hogg will be on "Jimmy Fallon" to promote their #NeverAgain book

Boy Culture: Touring the slutty sidewalks of Folsom Street East

The Hill: A record number of LGBT candidates are seeking office in 2018

Curbed: Report finds Chelsea, Park Slope among NYC's friendliest LGBTQ neighborhoods

Gothamist: A rat tried to exercise on a subway escalator but humanity had other plans


Back2Stonewall: The very gay and interesting history of the almost lost tradition of Sunday Tea Dance

OMG Blog: "Love Island" hunk Mitch Palmer shows off his big pole

Gr8er Days: Georgann Johnson of "Midnight Cowboy, early TV series, dies at 91

Greg in Hollywood: Fathers are half-off today, but here's a roundup of famous gay ones!

NewNowNext: Could Kevin Keller and Archie be the next "Riverdale" gay romance?

Nest Seekers: For a mere $17.5 million, you can meet "Million Dollar Listing" hunk Ryan Serhant and be my neighbor!


It's Either Sadness or Euphoria: A gay review of David Sedaris's new book, "Calypso" (hint: he loved it)


Hot Cat of the Day: Playing possum?

Weekend Tennis Roundup


Roger Federer surprised no one by coming back from a long break to capture the grass-court tournament in Stuttgart, with a 6-4 7-6 (7-3) victory over Milos Raonic. Like Rafael Nadal on clay, he's already the odds-on favorite to pick up a ninth Wimbledon crown. 


"Gee, thanks"

The win put the Swiss legend back on top of the ATP rankings -- he had lost in the first round to now-retired Tommy Haas last year so all of these points were gravy -- but he will need to defend his title at the Halle Open this week to maintain it. (How's that for a geriatric seesaw?) 


Richard Gasquet defeated French compatriot Jeremy Chardy to win the Libema Open at Hertogenbosch. The big-assed coke fiend was in fine form in the final, showing off his grass court prowess on his way to a 6-3, 7-6 (5) win. The victory shot him from No. 30 to No. 15 on the ATP computer, and makes me think he'll lose in the first round at Wimbledon after having made two previous semifinals. (Bernard Tomic continued to impress, reaching the semifinals before losing to the eventual champion.)


The Sporting News reports that Ashleigh Barty beat a "furious" Johanna Konta (what are the odds?!) to claim her second career title on the WTA Tour at the Nottingham Open. Barty had lost her three previous singles finals but the top seed recorded a 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 victory on Sunday to add to her previous triumph at last year's Malaysia Open. Konta vented her fury at the chair umpire on more than one occasion (shocker!), branding one decision "an absolute joke" after a Barty shot appeared to land long in a tense final set. She also refused to shake the official's hand at the end of the match after losing in the final of the tournament for a second successive year. (Gee, I wonder why she's been through 15 coaches in five years.)


And lastly, Serbia's Aleksandra Krunic came back from a set and a break down against Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium to take her first WTA Title at the Libema Open in Hertogenbosch. The world No. 55 came through 6-7 (0), 7-5, 6-1 to seal the deal.

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With everyone going gaga over Cristiano Ronaldo's World Cup performance, it seemed like the right time to post this. 

Also: See some tennis stars fired up about the start of said futbol tournament HERE.

And maybe I spoke too soon about the "hottest couple" in men's tennis ...

Mug Shot Monday


When your ass is this big, it's bound to GET YOU IN TROUBLE one way or another. 

Song of the Day: 'Dance With Me' by Orleans


One of those wacky singles from back in the day that had actually already appeared as an album track on their second release before being released as a single on their third. In truth, the sophomore album wasn't actually released domestically for a reason that seems most ironic now: The executives didn't think it had any hit singles on it! I'm more a "Still the One" man, but have a soft spot for any soft rock hits of the '70s ...


P.S.


Singer/guistarist John Hall would later become a Democratic congressman representing New York's 19th district. And if you haven't seen his appearance on "The Colbert Report," stop what you're doing and watch it now here!

Page 1 Roundup (06/18)

























Morning Wood


See more of the former West Point grad and Army captain HERE.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Happy Father's Day


This one's for all you daddy chasers out there ...


And has there ever been a more polarizing daddy than this one?

Speedo Sunday


Saturday, June 16, 2018

Saturday 'Stache


Awfully handsome. But would you believe this Aussie is best known for HIS LEGS?

Friday, June 15, 2018

Remains of the Day (06/15)


The Daily Mail: Debbie Harry glows as she joins Bette Midler (both 72) at New York Restorations Project picnic (Deb's a midget -- how short must Bette be?!)

HuffPost: Six homeless LGBTQ youth share their stories

Back2Stonewall: Facebook to build $750 million data center in the very anti-LGBTQ state of Alabama

Instagram: I think we just found the hottest couple in men's tennis

Baseline: Li Na to make her return at Wimbledon in invitation doubles

Dlisted: Now nerd poster boy Chris Hardwick has been accused of domestic abuse


UPDATE: One female fan's interesting "take" on the Hardwick/Chloe Dykstra situation


Boy Culture: Things are gay all over: LGBTQIA+ history in each state

Towleroad: Sexy "gay-for-pay" adult film performer Tyler White dies at 27

Out: Ewan McGregor will shien in sequel to "The Shining," playing the grownup version of the "redrum" kid

EW: The story behind some of the best songs by the B-52s

Greg in Hollywood: I mean, seriously, that chest

THR: "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" at 25 -- co-creators on creating a cult classic


The Hill: Trump has a bad case of Kim Jong Un-vy

UnPresidented (podcast): "Trump may be the most corrupt businessman in America," says Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman

The Randy Report: Judge orders former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort jailed before trial, citing new obstruction charges

New York Post: Trump told Shinzo Abe he’d ship 25 million Mexicans to Japan

CNN: Harvard rated Asian-American lower on personality, lawsuit says

NewNowNext: A lesbian journalist pens an open letter to Cynthia Nixon


Sports Illustrated


That the British annoyingly calling it "sun cream" aside, I love this! (And kudos to Tennis TV for adding Dominic Thiem after the fact.) 

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