Recent Posts

Morning View – Subway Mess

Construction on the Second Avenue subway line has my neighborhood all torn up. Especially hurting are the restaurants who have lost their sidewalk seating right in time for the warm weather. But hey, we’ve only got, what, about six to nine more years before completion? Follow along on Second Avenue Sagas.

Read More »

This Week In Holy Crimes

Over the last seven days… Connecticut: Pastor Yves Jerome convicted of raping 14 year-old girl.Hawaii: Pastor Manuel Taboada confesses to molesting 11 year-old girl.Maryland: Rabbi Jacob Aaron Max convicted of sexual assault. Bonus: Max is 85.New York: Rabbi Israel Weingarten convicted of sexually abusing his daughter repeatedly over a ten year period.Australia: Father Kevin Phillips charged with multiple counts of …

Read More »

Sunday May 17th: Flashdance SF

From the folks who bring you Remember The Party comes Flashdance SF: Courtesy of DJ Rotten Robbie, everyone who purchases an advance ticket online will receive a one time only download of the entire night! 8 CDs worth of fabulous fun mixed to perfection by Robbie himself and like totally free with the purchase of your ticket. Click here to …

Read More »

HomoQuotable – Peter Tatchell

“The proposed Irish civil partnership legislation is a big mistake and an insult to same-sex couples. It is a rejection of marriage equality. Separate laws for gay people are not equal laws. Civil partnerships will reinforce the ban on same-sex marriage and thereby reinforce discrimination. They will extend discrimination by denying heterosexual couples the right to have a civil partnership. …

Read More »

“Pride House” For Gay Athletes At 2010 Vancouver Olympic Game

Gay athletes at the 2010 Vancouver Games will have have a safe space to socialize together: Canadian athletes at the 2010 Winter Games will have Canada House. Russians will have Russia House. The Dutch, Holland House. And now, gay and lesbian athletes will have Pride House. For the first time in Olympic history, gay and lesbian athletes will have a …

Read More »

The $328,835 Photo

Which any 8th grader with Photoshop could have created. And probably made brighter. Today the White House’s sacrificial lamb fell on his sword. The director of the White House Military Office has resigned, an administration official said Friday, two weeks after he authorized an Air Force One flyover of the Statue of Liberty that terrified thousands of people in New …

Read More »

What Keeps You Awake?

I live in the back of my building, so the only thing that tends to wake me is when the neighbors across the alley put their dogs outside and go to work for the day. The separation anxiety kicks in after about ten minutes. Embiggen Greg Hathaway’s Things That Keep Me Awake In New York City for his list. My …

Read More »