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Hairspray: Biggest Musical Opening Ever

Hairspray opened big this weekend with $27.8M in ticket sales, making it the biggest opening weekend ever for a musical. With ticket prices adjusted for inflation, Hairspray edged out Best Little Whorehouse In Texas and Grease for the record. The original Hairspray only grossed $6.7M over its entire run. Unbelievably, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Lousy was #1 this ...

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Class Photo

Saturday afternoon we herded most of our crew to Brooklyn, braving every pirate’s favorite subway line, the R, to attend the Big Lug party at Cattyshack, our favorite NYC lesbian bar. Only half of the guys in this photo have a blog. The other half are freaks.

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Morning View – Harlem River

This is a northward view of the Harlem River as seen from the Washington Bridge when crossing from Manhattan into the Bronx. Technically a tidal strait, the 8-mile long Harlem River connects the Hudson and East rivers and forms the northern boundary of Manhattan. Interestingly, due to the 1895 redirecting of the Harlem River, the Marble Hill neighborhood, now on ...

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On The Scene At Flush Naugle Rally

Roving JMG reporter Father Tony is in Fort Lauderdale where he dropped in at the Unite Fort Lauderdale-sponsored Flush Naugle rally in the parking lot of the Shoppes of Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale’s all-gay shopping center. Local activists are demanding the Major Jim “Robo-john” Naugle either step down or apologize for his anti-gay statements. At the rally, Tony interviewed Waymon ...

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Insert Joke Here

Tomorrow Dubya will have a colonoscopy (insert joke here) during which he will temporarily transfer power to Vice President Cheney (insert joke here) as Dubya will be under anesthesia while doctors probe him (insert joke here.) Section 3 of the 25th amendment provides for the temporary transer of power in the event of the disability of the president (INSERT JOKE ...

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New Annie Lennox Album
Features HIV Prevention Anthem

Annie Lennox has a new album coming, Songs of Mass Destruction, due on October 2nd. Produced by Glen Ballard, the album includes a feminist/HIV prevention anthem titled, Sing, which features 23 major female solo artists: Madonna, Sarah McLachlan, Celine Dion, Fergie, Faith Hill, Pink, Dido, Gladys Knight, kd lang, Angelique Kidjo, Bonnie Raitt, Shakira, Melissa Etheridge, Anastasia, Joss Stone, KT ...

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Toyota Yaris: Gayer Than The Miata?

Gay consumer site GayWheels.com has posted its latest list of the top ten vehicles searched on their site, where the Toyota Yaris continues to reign at #1. 1. Toyota Yaris2. Saab 9-3 (sedan and convertible)3. Mazda MX-54. Volkswagen Jetta5. VW EOS6. Dodge Caliber7. Toyota Camry8. Audi A39. VW Rabbit10. Infiniti FX The Yaris? Really?

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PhoboQuotable – Isaiah Washington

“Whether or not it serves any particular agenda that he’s nominated now, to make a point, I can’t speak on that. That’s theoretical. I don’t know, but good for him.” – Isaiah Washington, implying that yesterday’s Emmy nomination for Grey’s Anatomy nemesis T.R. Knight was a reward for suffering Washington’s “faggot” taunts. NBC has offered Washington a guest spot on ...

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Bay Area Bounces

The Bay Area experienced its strongest earthquake in several years this morning, a 4.2 temblor centered in the Oakland Hills. Only light damage is reported. My last month living in SF, we had a pretty good jolt one afternoon, causing me to jump into my bedroom doorway, just like the experts tell you to. My roommate, however, ran into the ...

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