56 posts categorized "DRUGS"
Someone told Jon Hamm how to get, how to get to Sesame Street.
GET OUT!: E.J. Johnson always dreamed of being in the spotlight.
Big Daddy Kane remembers posing nude for Madonna's Sex.
Joe Manganiello is As Good as Gold.
GIFT HORSE, MEET MOUTH: Helping Africa is hurting Africa.
Porn stars get goofy in a car.
Glee covers Gay Men's Chorus of L.A.
Face 2 Face: A documentary about reconnecting.
The immigration bills sucks for gays.
"Amanda Bynes is going to die soon."
Lauder's BILLION-dollar art gift.
South Africa announces $10 anti-retroviral drug.
Sharon Needles quizzed at The Hookies.
14 foods you should never eat.
PDF: Amazing toy & pop culture auction.
Cary Grant Film Collection hits DVD.
Madonna as a "cure" for AIDS.
Madonna fires Kabbalah from Raising Malawi.
Andy Cohen's cowgirl-position face.
Men married in traditional African wedding ceremony.
Even McCain is against the filibuster for gun control.
The dark history & bright future of the marriage-equality debate.
Ayanbadejo backpedals on "four players coming out" claim.
In bed with Harry Styles.
Snoop Lion thinks rap is too "masculine" for gays.
Gay rapper's existence disagrees with Snoop.
Do NOT click here if you're allergic to hot jocks.
GOP wants Beyoncé & Jay-Z to provide Cuba details.
Bill Maher vs. Libertarianism.
Vasa Nestorovic in barely-there underwear.
Miley Cyrus, pothead.
Todd Sanfield = "disturbingly hot."
David Bowie as Tilda Swinton as David Bowie. Questions?
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: World's funniest, most down-to-earth billionairess.
Via HuffingtonPost: The literary birth of a chorus boy.
Where in the world is Matt Lauer's fan club?
1/4 of men sit to pee in order to keep texting.
The ultimate Kyliedonna megamix.
Which Madonna era are you?
LIKE A PROGRESSIVE: Ask yourself what Madonna would do.
Over 60% of Americans think marriage equality is inevitable.
Smash moves to Saturdays.
A "fierce Latina superhero Web series."
Little League raffle's top prize is an AR-15 assault rifle.
"Gus Mattox" (aka Tom Judson) defends the honor of gay porn.
Jesse McCartney's all grown up and releasing a new album.
TN Senate opts to "pray away the gay."
World's largest gay nightclub, Krave Massive, opens in Vegas June 15.
World's oldest cat turns 27.
Stephen Fry &. anti-gay Russian politician go at it "hammer & tongs."
HAPPILY NEVER AFTER: Best Disney parody of all time.
Joy Behar quits The View after 16 years.
FBI "monitoring" Marco McMillian murder.
Ten-year-old eco-blogger interviews Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls.
THE DEVIL YOU KNOW: Justin Bieber: "Only God can judge me."
Synergy does not pay the fucking rent.
Lindsay Lohan saying "no, no, no" to rehab.
"[Madonna] never had to...tell me that it was OK that I was 'born this way.'"
Desperately seeking Denise Van Outen.
Anal sex scene in Beyond the Candelabra done in one...take.
"Every Sunday night, this girl wo uld come to my house and I would stand in my garage and I would hike my boxer briefs up into the crack of my ass and she would give me a spray tan."—Matt Damon, on playing Scott Thorson
Last night, we attended Michael Musto's Disco Extravaganza at 54 Below, a heart-filled effort to revive the disco era decades after its death under mysterious circumstances. (Did it die out naturally like the dinosaurs, or did those "disco sucks" schmucks commit foul play?) It was a lot of fun, even if the prominent stage in such an intimate space confused some attendees about whether they should be dannnncing, yeah!, or watching the performers. Holding it on the site of the original studio 54 was as good a way as any to conjure up the ghost of Disco Sally.
The evening began on point, with the bow-tied doorman bluntly but amusingly informing those who'd arrived with extra plus ones—even the esteemed photographer Patrick McMullan—that there was no way they were getting in. He was a one-man velvet rope!
Inside, McMullan and others were snapping photos of those attendees who'd arrived in '70s wear. For anyone keeping score, the main drawback to polyester boogie shirts that haven't been worn since 1978 would be the smell.
Nobody was giving blowjobs in the corner, coke dust wasn't raining from the roof and we didn't find any money hidden in the walls, but the 90-minute set list was satisfying, featuring the cruise-ship-ready stylings of Elektrik Company (great singers, great at shaming us for not dancing), the incomparable Orfeh (who blew us all away with her "Come to Me" and "Don't Leave Me This Way") and a rockin' and ramblin' "Y.M.C.A." by original Village People person Randy Jones.
Musto himself, did a carbs-in-cheek, fatphobic (wait, that's an anachronism if we're back in the '70s) send-up of "I Will Survive" but was singing, seriously singing, on "Macho Man" and "Last Dance" (he noted he'd be a disco queen like Donna Summer, except gay-friendly, then asked, "Too soon?"). I'm not saying his vocals were a revelation, but he sounded better than Ethel Merman on her disco album.
It was cool enough hearing those songs performed live, and then Tish & Snooky—original backing singers from Blondie and Downtown legends who were in the Drop-Outs and the Sic F*cks before opening Manic Panic—really lit a fire under us with their "Freak Out."
Steve Rubell would've been proud. And horny. And in need of some blow. After the fold, check out some of the musical highlights...
One-time beauty Jason London was arrested after a barfight in Arizona, screamed about his status as a famous actor while in the squad car and then...pooped.
I have to agree with my pal Christopher: Cissy Houston is a huge part of why Whitney Houston isn't here today. In this interview with Oprah, Houston unflinchingly states she would NOT have liked it if Whitney were a lesbian and would not have condoned it. With that kind of parental pressure on top of her career demands, it's no surprise that Whitney self-destructed (even though many people endure the same without folding). Pathetic.