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road.jpg In the first nationwide law of its kind in Latin America, Colombia grants health benefits to same-sex couples.

Dianabusroad.jpg Jury in Princess Diana inquest gets an uncanny look at her final moments, as they too are chased by the paparazzi in Paris: "The coach carrying the Diana inquest jury has reportedly crashed as it traced the Princess's last movements around Paris. In an eerie parallel with the catastrophic accident which killed the Princess, the bus driver was apparently trying to out-manoeuvre paparazzi outside the Ritz. The jury, coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, and teams of lawyers made British legal history by making a site inspection of the places where the Princess and her lover Dodi Fayed spent their final hours. But within minutes of starting the tour in the Place Vendome, close to the Ritz hotel, their bus knocked a police outrider from his motorcycle. Then seconds later the bus collided with an 18-inch metal bollard."

road.jpg Britney Spears and sister attacked at sushi restaurant: "Nobody wants you in this neighborhood Britney! MOVE! You are making this neighborhood very unsafe!"

road.jpg Bush White House has tried to "silence" MSNBC's Chris Matthews, host claims: "They will not silence me!...They’ve finally been caught in their criminality."

road.jpg Russian gay activist Nikolai Alexeyev gets "solidarity reception" in the Windy City.

Kylieminoguexroad.jpg Kylie channels Patrick Nagel for new album cover...

road.jpg Former OUT magazine editor Brendan Lemon and his friend Jerry Wade have started an entertainment-oriented blog called Lemonwade. Lemon has the scoop on Jake Gyllenhaal's rumored trip to the Broadway stage in Farragut North: "Lemonwade has learned that [Mike] Nichols will not be directing the play. For now, the production — with Gyllenhaal or anyone else — is on hold. And with Gyllenhaal’s film schedule filling up (he has just signed on to star in a love-triangle movie called 'Brothers,' with Tobey Maguire and Natalie Portman), I don’t see him on Broadway anytime soon."

road.jpg 600 people to pose nude for Spencer Tunick at Sagamore Hotel in Miami Beach: "It's about fantasy and leisure. It's a stereotype, but it's true. You're going to have a good time if you come to Miami Beach. I'm going to have 100 to 200 women in pink rafts. We're going to have people on the balcony posing very much like the Tower of Babel meets Logan's Run. We're going to buy some champagne, 500 bottles, and were going to make a giant explosion for the climax of the installation from the balcony."

road.jpg Violent anti-gay crimes in Sydney prompt unusual political visit to Oxford Street: "As partygoers looked on, Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Police Minister David Campbell, Labor candidate for Wentworth George Newhouse and local drag queen Maxi Shield wandered the clubs and back alleys of Oxford Street to gauge the impact of homophobic violence."

road.jpg Gay nightlife "targeted" in Birmingham, England.

road.jpg B'gosh! Gay and lesbian support group forms in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

road.jpg Movie theater lobby contains hidden erotic message.

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  1. I thought Chris Matthews is on MSNBC!!

    Posted by: A | Oct 8, 2007 2:22:35 PM

  2. Chris Matthews works for MSNBC not CNN, FYI.

    On the Diana stuff: 10 years later we still know the same shit. Drunk driver, being chased, speeding, and not wearing a seatbelt why can't that be enough? What relevance is left? Or is the news so slow that we need to toss blood in the water?

    Posted by: NotForYou | Oct 8, 2007 2:25:14 PM

  3. Ahh, that Britney incident is wonderful!

    Posted by: Jason | Oct 8, 2007 2:38:22 PM

  4. Chris Matthews is @ MSNBC not CNN.

    Posted by: lazycrockett | Oct 8, 2007 2:44:12 PM

  5. Kylie certainly champions pastiche...
    ...tho now Madonna can't decide between Lowell Nesbitt and Mel Odom for her album art.

    meanwhile, too bad the sushi restaurant didn't comp Britney and her sibling some tasty fugu livers.

    Posted by: A.J | Oct 8, 2007 2:45:04 PM

  6. The one sheets in the Galaxy theater are hysterical! I love embedded risqué humor by adults for adults!

    Posted by: David B. | Oct 8, 2007 4:46:57 PM

  7. i'd say less patrick nagel and more a warhol 'interview' magazine cover ... well, the old covers anyway before they started using plain old photographs. miss you, andy.

    Posted by: el polacko | Oct 8, 2007 6:13:54 PM

  8. I agree El Polacko. Definitely "Interview" cover style from I think the late 70's through the 80's. Great iconic covers. Who knew then what would become of celebrity culture now.

    Posted by: Jason | Oct 8, 2007 8:45:40 PM

  9. Richard F. Bernstein created more than 120 portraits for Interview; they appeared for 15 years, starting in 1972.

    He died on Oct. 18, 2002 at his home in Manhattan at 62.

    The cause was complications of AIDS.

    Posted by: miaedu | Oct 9, 2007 12:27:15 AM

  10. Richard F. Bernstein created more than 120 portraits for Interview; they appeared for 15 years, starting in 1972.

    He died on Oct. 18, 2002 at his home in Manhattan at 62.

    The cause was complications of AIDS.

    Posted by: miaedu | Oct 9, 2007 12:28:53 AM

  11. Kylie...Oh Yawn......................!!!!

    Over rated warbler of rubbish

    Posted by: Mac | Oct 9, 2007 8:30:12 AM

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