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Real Housewives Crossover Episode Coming Soon…In Court

Filed in Pop Culture, Television by on January 26, 2015 0 Comments
<i>Real Housewives</i> Crossover Episode Coming Soon…In Court

Can you image what an epic battle royal an All Stars edition of Bravo’s Real Housewives would look like? Well, we might get a glimpse into the kind of bloodshed that would take place if Joanna Krupa has her way. The cast member of the Real Housewives of Miami has filed a lawsuit against Real Housewives of […]

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RuPaul Presents CoverGurlz2 Available For Pre-Order On Amazon

Filed in Music, Pop Culture, RuPaul's Drag Race by on January 26, 2015 0 Comments
<i>RuPaul Presents CoverGurlz2</i> Available For Pre-Order On Amazon

Rihanna wasn’t the only one who surprised people with some new music over the weekend. Drag Race fans got a special treat as RuPaul Presents CoverGurlz2 became available for pre-order on Amazon. Feast your eyes on RuPaul on the album’s cover…those legs, that cleavage, those lips — gorgeous! Similar to last year’s RuPaul Presents The CoverGurlz, this album features the […]

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The Power of Positivity and Persistence

Filed in Los Angeles: Take Two by on January 12, 2015 0 Comments

Two weeks into the new year and I realized that it’s been a while since I posted something up on the blog. Sorry babies, but life has been keeping me busy. So much so, that I haven’t been able to find much time to write. But I have no complaints. 2014 was a terrific year! […]

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Paying Attention to the Cues From the Universe

Filed in Los Angeles: Take Two by on October 15, 2014 0 Comments

It’s been three months since I moved back to Los Angeles, and the past 90 days have definitely been interesting. There have been some unexpected developments in my life, but overall, L.A. is treating me well this second go-round. For starters, I’m not doing anything remotely close to what I thought I would be doing […]

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The Blessing and the Curse

Filed in Technology by on September 25, 2014 0 Comments

Next month marks four years since I joined Twitter. Wow, four years…nearly 20,000 tweets posted…what a waste of time. Just kidding. Well, not really. Social media has been an interesting experience and my feelings about it change with each year that passes. I look at Twitter and Facebook from a much different perspective now than […]

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The Truth About Those Britney Spears “Real Voice” Vocal Clips

Filed in Music, Pop Culture by on August 13, 2014 0 Comments
The Truth About Those Britney Spears “Real Voice” Vocal Clips

Last month, Britney Spears wound up in the blogosphere hot seat as a scratch vocal from her recording session for “Alien” leaked. It was an unedited and real glimpse into a recording session with the pop music artist, and it was cringeworthy. While her camp managed to have the video pulled from YouTube, sadly the […]

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Micah McCain Delivers Beaches In 4 Minutes

Filed in Gay Culture, Movies, Pop Culture by on July 31, 2014 0 Comments
Micah McCain Delivers <i>Beaches</i> In 4 Minutes

Last month, my friend, and future Broadway star, Micah McCain posted the following tweet: “I gotta do something creative and I’m gonna need that wig.” — Micah McCain (@MicahMcCain) July 4, 2014 I, in turn, responded with: K… Here ya go. RT @MicahMcCain: “I gotta do something creative and I’m gonna need that wig.” http://t.co/C9VU6peUAu […]

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Revisiting James St. James’s Disco Bloodbath

Filed in Books, Gay Culture, Pop Culture by on July 31, 2014 0 Comments
Revisiting James St. James’s <i>Disco Bloodbath</i>

James St. James made his literary debut in 1999 with the true crime story Disco Bloodbath: A Fabulous But True Tale of Murder in Clubland. It’s a fascinating firsthand account of life in New York City’s club scene during the late 80s/early 90s. The book takes you on a journey deep inside the world of […]

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Never Say Never

Filed in Los Angeles: Take Two by on July 25, 2014 2 Comments
Never Say Never

So if you haven’t figured it out from my recent Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook posts, yes it’s true — I’ve once again returned to Los Angeles and made it my full-time residence. Actually, this is not a jaw dropping surprise to those who know me on a more personal level. I had been speaking about a […]

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Pride… Hope… Gratitude

Pride… Hope… Gratitude

If you would have told me back in 1989 as I watched my first Gay Pride Parade in New York City that the following year I’d be celebrating as well, instead of being a nervous closeted teen, I wouldn’t have believed you. If you would have told me back then that the epidemic that was […]

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