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Domestic Abuse Protection For NYC Gays

If your significant other is getting abusive, you may soon have redress in New York City. Legislation will be introduced next week in New York City council to make it easier for same-sex partners in abusive relationships to seek help. The measure is sponsored by Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Mayor Michael Bloomberg. It would allow anyone who is living, ...

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RIAA Accused Of Investigative Abuses

File sharers take note, a woman mistakenly sued for illegal downloading may be about to force the RIAA to disclose their investigative techniques. Things will get very ugly over the next few months for the RIAA, if one disgruntled file sharing lawsuit victim gets her way. Tanya Andersen, the single mother who filed a countersuit against the RIAA after the ...

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Blue In The Lead….For Now

Aggregating 100 separate polls, Survey USA comes to the conclusion that both Clinton and Obama would (at the present) beat John McCain in electoral votes. Some are questioning the sample sizes of the polls, however.(Via – Andrew Sullivan)

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Morning View – Hello Deli

Around the corner from the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway, home to the David Letterman Show, is the Hello Deli, site of many Letterman skits. Owner Rupert G wasn’t around when I took this shot. I think Letterman must keep Rupert in business, there never seems to be a customer inside.

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Daily Grumble

Yesterday I walked down the long line of cabs in the taxi stand outside of a midtown hotel and not one would take me because I didn’t have suitcases and therefore was clearly not going to be a high-revenue airport passenger. I’m pretty sure that’s illegal, isn’t it? There were no hotel patrons waiting for a cab. Grrr.

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Broadway Friday

– After three weeks of previews, the all-black revival of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof officially opens today at the Broadhurst Theater. Stars: Phylicia Rashad, James Earl Jones, Giancarlo Esposito, and Terrence Howard. – Tony nominee Euan Morton (Taboo) is currently playing a solo show titled Here and Now at the Algonquin Hotel’s Oak Room. I saw Morton in ...

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American Family Association: Keep Your Kids At Home On Day Of Silence

From the American Family Association: If your child’s school observes the homosexual sponsored “Day of Silence,” keep your child at home April 25. Friday, April 25, several thousand schools across the nation will be observing “Day of Silence (DOS).” DOS is a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools. AFA is joining other family-oriented groups in urging ...

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Disco Legend Paul Parker Returns

Out gay disco hottie Paul Parker is back! You may remember Parker from his big hits in the 80’s and 90’s, (Right On Target was my favorite). His new single Don’t Stop (What You’re Doing To Me) is now available on iTunes and Amazon. Here’s the audio-only YouTube clip of the new track.

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Five Random One-Liners

Cellphone conversations overheard while walking down St. Marks Place in East Village last night…. 1. “OK, but in that case I’ll need to get a new wig.” 2. “You just can’t argue that bitches is meaner.” 3. “Just put it by the super’s door. If it’s still there in the morning, it’s definitely dead.” 4. “Wait, are you talking about ...

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