Jenifer Lewis’ The Mother Of Black Hollywood

The thing that Jenifer Lewis and I have most in common (besides being funny, strong, beautiful, African American women) is our undying love of New York City. Lucky for me, New York was one of the stops on Jenifer’s book tour to promote her autobiography The Mother Of Black Hollywood. Sure it meant waking up…

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Gayest Weekend Part Three : Tyne Daly

My Gayest Weekend Ever in New York City was coming to an end after having met Stockard Channing and doing Drag Con but I pushed my luck and attempted to meet one more diva before calling it a weekend. The Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction sells autographed merchandise, show props, and Broadway memorabilia to…

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Cher’s Dancing Queen

I’m not religious so I don’t go to church to confess my sins to the holy dude in the secret closet. However, I will confess my ultimate gay sin here…I don’t like ABBA. Blasphemy, I know! That haunting noise heard across the land was all the gays of the past, present and future gasping in…

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How Much Is My Gay Booty Worth?

In my gay opinion, moving sucks. I’ve moved a couple times in the past few years and with each move I downsize and get rid of stuff I no longer use. However there have been a few items that I just haven’t been able to bare to part with until now. Back in the day,…

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90210 The Musical

As I mentioned in a previous post, in my gay opinion, going to see a show in New York City is one of the best things to do there. Unfortunately, the shows I hear the most about are the ones I wouldn’t want to see. I have zero interest in seeing Hamilton. People wonder who…

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Nikki Pope’s Electric Energy EP

This weekend I went to New York City with my sister, my niece, my great niece, and my nephew’s wife to see the New York Spectacular show at Radio City Music Hall (side note: what a great show and becoming a Rockette is now on my bucket list). My sister had an extra ticket and…

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Top 5 Things To Do In New York City

It was a beautiful sunny spring day in 1988 when I set foot in New York City for the first time. For my birthday my mother took us on a bus tour to see Madonna in the play Speed The Plow on Broadway at The Royale Theatre. I wasn’t out at the time but I’m…

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