New York magazine shows you where your favorite celebrities live. With an amazingly detailed map, you can find the homes of Anderson Cooper, Ricky Martin, Rufus Wainwright, Julia Roberts, Alan Cumming, Kevin Spacey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Karl Lagerfeld, Natalie Portman, Cyndi Lauper, Boy George, Kim Cattrall, Sandra Bernhard, Liza Minelli, and Rosie O’Donnell, among others.
Gay state rep candidate opposes same-sex marriage: “There is no doubt that Aaron Maloy knows how to separate himself from the pack. In the crowded race to succeed retiring Republican state Rep. Shirley Gomes in the Fourth Barnstable District [in the state of Massachusetts, the only state where same-sex unions are currently recognized in the U.S.], the Orleans Republican is the youngest of the six candidates vying for the seat and the only political newcomer in the bunch. But he is also the only candidate who is unequivocally opposed to same-sex marriage. Oh, and he’s openly gay.” [Read more]
Gay men’s chorus performs at professional sports event: The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, D.C., performed the national anthem before Tuesday night’s Washington Nationals baseball game at RFK stadium. According to chorus members, their performance received a standing ovation—although the crowd in the stadium was probably already on its feet because “The Star-Spangled Banner” was being performed. Still, one member described his group’s historic gig as “wildly successful.”
Review: “‘Another Gay Movie’ More Insulting Than Enlightening“: The movie “poofs its way through a parody of teen sex comedies and equally formulaic gay coming-of-age flicks. It is rude, rollicking and exceedingly raunchy. Some gags reach the laughing point through brazen bluntness or sheer histrionic determination. Others, like a repellent cameo by Richard Hatch, are merely desperate. One half star out of four.”