DC killing of attorney Robert Wone in home of gay rights lawyer is probed after evidence doesn’t add up: “While processing the crime scene inside 1509 Swann St., NW, technicians were able to determine that the crime scene had been tampered with, including that the area where the victim’s body was located had been cleaned.”
Warhol “Beautiful People” exhibition to open in East Hampton.
Vanity Nightmare? From the email newsletter popbitch: “A source from the Vanity Fair shoot of Suri Cruise says the baby looks enough like Cruise and Holmes for their parentage to be plausible, but that it is a bit of a runt, and required 21 days of photography, plus three days of digital touching-up, before the magazine and celebrity parents had a cover image they liked.”
Stipe and Douglas shop together, stroll, nibble gelato on Italian date.
The Parade or Approaching the End of a Summer: Unproduced autobiographical Tennessee Williams play set in Provincetown is to have its world premiere there on October 1st.
Martina Navratilova has urged Lance Bass to become a role model in a letter to People magazine: “Coming out to your family and friends is hard enough; to do so to the world is a lot harder. I know, as I took this step more than 25 years ago…So as our fight for equality continues, I will not be surprised to one day see Lance Bass marching with the rest of us, right there in the front row.” If anyone has a copy of People, feel free to post the full text of the letter in the comments.