15 posts categorized "SANDRA BERNHARD"
WAIT...isn't every issue DNA's "Swimsuit Issue?"
George Zimmerman can't own a gun anymore, is $2.5 million in debt.
Turns out missing gay officer didn't want to be found.
Sandra Bernhard Q&A at Without You I'm Nothing screening.
SPOILER ALERT: Mare Winningham clip from amazing Philomena.
Melba Moore + MORE at this year's NYC Sparkle benefit.
Jay Z spends $4.5 million on a Basquiat.
Sean Penn is still nuts.
Croota Swimwear makes its movie debut in Out to Kill.
Racist insults against teammate results in football season being canceled.
Hetrick-Martin Institute Awards video: Chelsea Clinton & more.
Prettyboy model Jefferson West.
Stevie Nicks on the set of American Horror Story: Coven.
A fresh take on Madonna's "Borderline."
GAYS: The Series is coming in January.
Do British youth see Tories as "aliens"?
Psychic Sylvia Browne passes to the other side.
Comparing Obama to Bush, and Obamacare to Katrina = pure stupidity.
Chick-Fil-A's Cathy still a dumb cluck on gay issues.
ICE COLD: Just like Zimmerman, his lawyer #killed it.
Baldwin denies homophobia behind his latest rant.
NYPD doubles Pride protection.
James Franco's fave diva? "Madonna. She rules."
How to get Madonna's MDNA makeup.
Phil Fusco devastates on Sensitif.
Madonna's Rocco "ready to die" for #secretproject?
Drake Jensen's "Scars" video takes on bullying.
Gay Pride remix of Martha Wash's "It's My Time."
Tricking Bieber fans = shooting fish in a barrel.
Gorgeous "Heart of Glass" remix.
Supersexy, taboo-ish Adore trailer.
New LGBT-targeted I LOVE NEW YORK site.
SKINNYFATTIES: Gay-owned tailoring biz modernizes ties.
Can someone modernize Evangelicals?
Male models frolic in the tropics.
MARK SANCHEZ'S BUTT. That is all.
Gov. Mark Dayton (D-Minnesota) officially signs marriage equality into law.
"Americans angry about Benghazi can't find it on a map."
This is final word on Benghazi: The definitive timeline.
Even the GOP knows Obama wasn't behind IRS scandal.
Tranna Wintour: What I've learned from divas.
Angelina's kids were supportive during her surgeries.
57 cans of whipped cream later....
Grooviest tights ever!
The racist reality of celebrity porn scams.
Is Beyoncé sick and tired, or with child?
Meet Ryan Fogle, our worst spy ever.
Jonathan Groff's gay-themed series picked up by HBO.
Holy roller claims to have Jesus Christ's endorsement.
Get ready for The Goldbergs (different ones from these):
Sandra Bernhard has some objective and interesting comments on Madonna's rise in the '80s in this extended clip from the (spotty, IMHO) series The '80s: The Decade That Made Us on National Geographic.
Callum Blue's best "part" ever.
13-year-old boy stopped, frisked and emasculated.
Gloria Gaynor vs. cancer.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) is "evolving" on marriage.
Are gays really too powerful to protect?
Prominent teabagger plays the NAMBLA card.
Reporter planned to murder this rapist.
SNARKS & PROCREATION: Marriage not only for spawning.
Who was early, who was late on marriage equality.
Denny Fouts: The best-kept boy in the world.
Mitt Romney happy to be "normal."
OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES: Amanda Bynes imparts wisdom.
Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin phone the Ryan Gosling Help Line.
Michelle Visage is "just sayin'" Madonna didn't invent vogueing.
Madonna's latest Instagram = Joan Crawford by Hurrell. LOVES.
The incomparable, incorrigible Sandra Bernhard is performing her show I Love Being Me, Don't You? on Friday, March 8, at 8PM at The Baruch Performing Arts Center as part of Solo in the City: Jewish Women, Jewish Stars.
Enter to win a pair of tickets by commenting this blog with your favorite Sandra Bernhard quote, project or character.
One week from tonight, at 5PM ET, I'll choose one area winner (no travel or lodging is provided) to win not only a pair of free tickets to the show, but also a pair of free tickets to an exclusive, VIP after-party.
Good luck, and if you're not feeling lucky, then at least feel free to buy your tickets here.
Last night, I joined my autograph-hound friend, lovable mailman Rich, at an obscenely crowded reading/signing for the book Lights, Camera...Travel! (Lonely Planet) edited by Andrew McCarthy and Don George. Along with the editors (including Mr. Doe Eyes himself!), contributors scheduled to appear included Alec Baldwin (who's lost weight and looks terrific...mayoral run?), Paulina Porizkova, Anthony Edwards, Bob Balaban and Sandra Bernhard. Not bad!
I showed up after Rich, who'd kindly somehow saved me a spot on a long bench. There were only a few rows of seating in McNally Jackson's lower level, and as the place filled up, I came to appreciate that bench. It was a mob scene, and the signing afterward promised to be a clusterfuck.
I overheard some guys razzing a girl who claimed to be a movie and TV blogger who made the mistake of confessing to them that she'd never seen Star Wars or Star Trek. "And you wonder why nobody visits your blog???" the guy chortled. Star Wars is mentioned a lot in situations where people are gathered to get the autographs of famous people.
The first bummer was finding out McCarthy had taken a last-minute trip to New Zealand so wouldn't be there.
The reading started and was shockingly long. I had figured they'd each say something brief and get to signing, but as it turns out, the lion's share of the people who'd come just wanted to hear them read and gawk at them, not actually buy a book, so it was lucky that each contributor read a healthy hunk of his or her piece.