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Broadway Friday

– Elaine Stritch will do a three week run beginning in January at the Carlyle Hotel in a show called Elaine Stritch At The Liberty….At The Carlyle. Tickets are $125 and you must order dinner – which, of course, is not included. – A revival of Sunday In The Park With George hits Broadway on February 21st. The Pulitzer Prize-winning ...

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Pefectly Cromulent

Spiderpig, Spiderpig Does whatever A Spiderpig doesCan he swingFrom a webNo he can’tHe’s a pigLook ouuuuutHe is a Spiderpig Last night, with Squishees and KrustyO’s in hand, Dr. Jeff and I attended the midnight screening of The Simpsons. On the walk home from the City Cinema on 86th Street (strongly disrecommended by the way) Dr. Jeff threatened me with physical ...

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There’s No Basement In Sparta

I ran into Lady Randomocity while she was performing her court-ordered community service and as she hitched up her alcohol-monitoring anklet she mentioned that this week’s Swag Tuesday winner is Buster from San Antonio. Buster sez: “That’s simply amazing! And my first post on your site, too. The last time I won anything was a weekend in Palm Springs in ...

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Morning View – Maine Monument

The Maine Monument, at the Columbus Circle entrance to Central Park, was created by sculptor Attilio Picarelli and was built in 1913. The monument is dedicated to the memory of the 260 sailors killed when the U.S.S. Maine exploded in the harbor of Havana in 1898, which triggered the Spanish-American War. Several investigations over the last century have given conflicting ...

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954-828-5004

Things have a little heavy on the news from Fort Naugledale in gay blogland, but as a former resident with many friends living there, I am compelled to persist. Therefore, I can’t resist showing you this video from some rinky-dink outfit called Active Christian Media, who ask for support for Nauglepoo. Many are speculating that the Christian right is grooming ...

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Expanded Panel For HRC/LOGO Debate

The HRC/LOGO debate for presidential candidates, now titled “The Visible Vote ’08“, has added two more panelists. Bloomberg.com columnist Margaret Carlson and Washington Post editorial board member Jonathan Capehart will join HRC head Joe Solmonese and lesbian rocker Melissa Etheridge in quizzing the candidates. Perhaps taking its cue from last week’s successful YouTube debate, LOGO is soliciting questions from the ...

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Transit Gets HOT

The transit situation in New York City is getting, uh, interesting. – The Port Authority is polling commuters entering the Lincoln Tunnel, asking if they’d be willing to pay up to $30 per entry in order to use a proposed super-fee lane, which could cut their drive into Manhattan by 20-50 minutes. The HOT, or high-occupancy/toll lane would be creating ...

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Hate Crimes Bill Dead For Months

The Democrats’ ploy of attaching the federal hates crimes bill (the Matthew Shepard Act) as an amendment to a Department of Defense appropriations bill did not work because the Dems also attached an amendment requiring troops to pull out of Iraq by May 1, prompting Republicans to plan a filibuster on the item. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) pulled ...

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Haloscan Issue

Haloscan is having its quarterly meltdown. Comments appear to be posting OK, but the number count is not updating. My apologies. Hopefully this will be resolved soon, but in the meantime y’all will have to manually check each post for added comments.

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Morning View – Nickel Spa

At the corner of 8th Avenue and 14th Street, “where Chelsea meets the West Village”, is the Nickel Men’s Spa, your one-stop mani-pedi-facial-waxing angertwink superstore. The building is said to have been a “historic bank”, but I’ve never found out what it was.

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