Here is last week’s caption pic winner. This week’s caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is …
“Spartacus: Blood and Song, The Musical begins rehearsals today!!!.”
Thanks to sj1113 for this week’s winning caption!
Neil Patrick Harris attends as U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer announces his campaign to give Broadway and live theater productions a major tax break
Weekend Birthdays! Lisa Stansfield is 48, Ed O’Neill is 68, and Claire Danes is 35.
Jim Halterman talks to Daniel Sunjata about the return of Graceland, and his memories of his Tony-nominated role as a gay baseball player in Take Me Out
Aussie rugby player: ’I’m in love with a gay man’
Stevie Nicks and Jimmy Fallon (as Tom Petty) perform “Stop Dragging My Heart Around.”
Here’s the trailer for Bruce LaBruce’s Gerontophilia, about the relationship between an 18-year-old and an 81-year-old.
Pandora Boxx gives her summer travel tips
Stephen Colbert, animation style
Being gay in a Mississippi fraternity.
Today is Brett Claywell’s 36th birthday, so let’s check in with the former one half of One Life To Lives’s Kish. Here he is from last month competing in a celebrity basketball game. Obviously, he takes it very seriously.
And here he is a few months ago. What do you think of the scruff?
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT to … Michael Arden.
Closing out our week with Michael, he’s currently enduring Charlie Sheen as co-star of Anger Management. He must have the patience of a saint.
We’re shifting the focus of the latest Briefs List back to the greatest aspect of 80’s pop culture … the music, which remains the ultimate pop music decade. For this list, we’re going to focus on the ladies, and countdown the The Top 100 Hits Of The Ladies Of the 80’s. There are only two rules: all the songs had to hit the Billboard Top Ten, and they’re all from women … whether solo or with a group. Ready to jog your memory?
At #47 is … “You Should Hear How She Talks About You” by Melissa Manchester. The faboo Melissa had the biggest hit of her career, which began a slow ascent up the chart, finally peaking at #5 in September 1982 in its 20th week. It won her the Grammy for Female Pop Vocal.
And that Grammy win has irked me for decades, even though I’ve finally made my peace with it. Here’s her winning moment, as she goes up against Linda Ronstadt for “Get Closer,” Olivia for “Heart Attack,” Juice Newton for “Love’s Been A Little Bit Hard On Me,” and who should have won that night … Laura Branigan for “Gloria.” (and watch for Chaka’s unmistakable cameo)
Congrats to Lazycrockett , who was the first to guess that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Aqua Teen Huger Force
Here are characters from a famous TV show. Can you name it?
Here’s your caption pic for this week. Drop your caption ideas in the comments (And please remember to keep the captions PG-13!)
Prince William and friend
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