Halloween

In my gay opinion, Halloween is for kids. This year I was thinking back to my childhood and only remember my last Halloween trick or treating. Picture it, Sicily 1942 (sorry, I’ve been watching too much The Golden Girls), more like Meriden, 1984. For those unfamiliar with world-renowned Meriden, back then it was a small…

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Shakespears Sister’s Ride Again EP

After a decade of no new Shakespears Sister music, Santa came early this year (poor Mrs. Claus) when they released a greatest hits, Singles Party (1988-2019), back in July and their Ride Again EP this month. Ride Again contains an Instrumental and Video Mix of “All The Queens Horses” and a Perfect Mix of “C…

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Felicia Day’s Embrace Your Weird

Felicia Day’s new book Embrace Your Weird is a self-help book to get one’s creative juices flowing. Thankfully my juices have been flowing just fine here on my blog but I’m such a huge fan of Felicia’s that I went to her book signing for the opportunity to meet her and get my books signed…

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Demi Moore’s Inside Out: A Memoir

I was excited to see tickets being sold for a Demi Moore book signing and discussion in New York for her autobiography Inside Out: A Memoir. Earlier that day Whoopi Goldberg was doing a book signing but it was a wristband event, meaning getting there early to be guaranteed a spot. In my gay opinion,…

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Whoopi Goldberg’s The Unqualified Hostess

In my gay opinion, everybody is a whore for something and for me it’s celebrity book signings. Give me a diva dishing about her career, her drug or alcohol addiction, and her ex-lovers and I am all over it. Hell I was even up for Whoopi Goldberg’s signing for her new book The Unqualified Hostess…

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Millie Jackson

My September started out with a bang. Normally my partner and I aren’t Labor Day travelers, who wants to deal with crowds and traffic. However this year we decided to road trip it through Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania in order to get to Bethesda, Maryland. Why Bethesda? Two words, Millie Jackson. Back in 2012…

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Paula Cole’s Revolution

I’ve done a bunch of Paula Cole posts. When I reviewed her album 7 I talked about how I first discovered her, how good she is live on This Bright Red Feeling, and how she helped propose to my partner when I blogged about Ballads. Now her new album Revolution is out and it’s the…

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My First…And Maybe Last Massage

In a previous post, I mentioned that at the end of June I had a fall while doing yard work that caused me so much pain that I kept going to doctors and physical therapy for two months trying to figure out what was wrong. I was diagnosed with a pulled muscle, pinched nerve, whiplash…

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Marina’s Love & Fear Tour & Acoustic EP

Friday the 13th is superstitiously unlucky but not for me. This month Marina released her Love & Fear Acoustic EP and I had a seat in the 13th row at the Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion in Boston, Massachusetts to see her in concert. This was my second time seeing Marina in concert and this show…

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