Thursday, May 16, 2019

Remains of the Day (05/16)


Towleroad: Steve Grand goes from bubbly to brooding in his effervescent pop take on addiction, "Pink Champagne"

Dlisted: Amanda Woodward has been spending too much time at Shooters again

Greg in Hollywood: I see I'm not the only one stalking sexy Serb Dusan Lajovic

Boy Culture: Kamala Harris on running with Joe Biden

Matthew's Island: Underwear models looking pumped

NewNowNext: Watch the first trailer for Josh Thomas's "Everything's Gonna Be Okay," the followup to "Please Like Me"


The New York Times: SAT to add "adversity score" that rates students' hardships -- what could possibly go wrong?

Dazed: Siobhan Fahey of Bananaram and Shakespears Sister fame hits the nail on the head about finding out artists we like have done/said reprehensible things -- in this case, Morrissey

Instagram: Karen Khachanov has the luckiest racket on earth

The Hill: TripAdvisor will now flag reported sexual assaults on travel reviews

NPR: Jeff Koons "Rabbit" sets auction record for most expensive work by living artist -- and it was bought by the father of Trump cabinet member

BosGuy: Get ready to melt when you see a handsome gay couple in side-by-side photos from five decades apart


Washington Post: Trump, frustrated by advisers, is not convinced the time is right to attack Iran

The Randy Report: Brazilian crooks received $62 million in funds earmarked for farmers hurt by Trump's temper tantrum

Gay Star News: 500 Pakistani people test positive for HIV after "rogue doctor" uses contaminated needle

TPM: I don't even bother playing the "Can you imagine if a Democrat did this" game anymore

Newsweek: Installation artist Bruce Munro illuminates California wine country in waves of color

OMG Blog: Gus Kenworthy serves booty in cycling singlet



2 comments:

Stephen said...

I liked the more boyish look on his Gus Kenworthy. He is too much of a big ol' bear now. I guess we all have to grow up at some point. Still would let him eat crackers in my bed.

jaragon said...

There is no such thing as too much Gus

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