Earlier this week, I joined a group of gay journalists in a roundtable interview of Madonna. While awaiting our time with the Queen of Pop, we chatted over wine and snacks about a variety of topics, … [Read more...] about Gay Iconography: Does ‘Sex and the City’ Stand the Test of Time?
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Sarah Jessica Parker's new comedy is called I DON'T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT. The title is so star-flattering and boastful that you can almost visualize the improbable super star handling kindling … [Read more...] about Movies: Run To “Drive”, Keep Ryan Gosling Working
Isaac Katz, son of Jonathan Katz, the Washington University professor whose essay, "In Defense of Homophobia" got him booted from the government's oil spill team, has come out of the … [Read more...] about News: Isaac Katz, Bloomberg Won’t Dignify Paladino’s Remarks, And GOP Tequila Shots
Paychecks, no doubt. It can't be to the screenplay. In a rare quiet and mostly funny moment, which actually gives the two actresses good stuff to play, they're also shoved into a moment of … [Read more...] about Movies: Sex and the City’s “Terrible Twos”
Jay Leno will entertain those lucky enough to attend tonight's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Adam Lambert does YRB magazine. National Enquirer claims Obama had an … [Read more...] about News: Sex & The City, Sarah Palin, Immigration, Obama