10 posts categorized "TRAVEL"
You may know Kit Williamson from Mad Men, or from the Web series EastSiders, the latter of which he produces with his husband John Halbach.
Now, the couple—whom I've met and who simply could not be friendlier or more engaging— is launching a branded YouTube channel that promises a sneak peek into their lives as a same-sex couple in the indie world who love to travel.
Video intro after the jump ...
Mouthwatering Portuguese treats—plus, baked goods, too! (Image via Manteigaria)
If you're thinking of traveling to Lisbon, here's the ultimate gay travel-tips roundup.
Bryan Hawn writes about why men are building their bubble butts: “If I can build mine from scratch, then there’s hope for every guy (and girl) out there.”
Grindr is actually improving the social lives of gay men: “I am especially happy that these apps exist for men who live in often-overlooked parts of the country.”
Andy Samberg's Popstar, complete with “Finest Girl (Bin Laden Song)” and “Equal Rights” (I'm not gay!) anthems, and Samberg's bare butt, bombs at the B.O. in spite of positive reviews.
Novak Djokovic, flat on his back, spread-eagle.
If you've watched any TV of the '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s or '80s, you've watched James Sheldon's work.
From the notes on Film Forum's An Evening with James Sheldon: TV Pioneer (held Monday, March 27, 2005):
Coming from radio to the new medium in 1948, Sheldon directed CBS’s first sponsored television series (We, the
People), the beginning of a 40-year directing career that took him from pioneering live shows like Studio One and Mr. Peepers, to just about every hit series you ever watched, including The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, My Three Sons, The Fugitive, Route 66, The Naked City (filmed on location in NYC), Batman, and The Man From U.N.C.L.E., right up through Knot’s Landing, Dukes of Hazzard, and M*A*S*H.
Tonight, accompanied by some evocative slides and clips, Sheldon will take us on a history of TV through his career, talking about some of the 1,000+ shows he directed and the many stars he worked with, including Bing Crosby, Tony Randall, Rock Hudson, Gloria Swanson, Barbara Stanwyck, and Boris Karloff—and Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Clint Eastwood, and James Dean at the very beginning of their careers
The veteran TV director, who died at 95 on March 12, got his start as a page at NBC during the days of radio. Working his way up through the ranks, he at one point found out a directorial gig was opening and went to RKO secretary Norma Anderson to find out how he could be considered. She told him she had a stack of other men vying for attention, but that one way for him to rise to the top of her pile was to go home with her that night. He did, and he was hired. (Anderson later became Mrs. Burt Lancaster, proving she had a shrewd eye for both talent and talent.)
Gay couple documents trip to 15 countries to show what it's like being gay abroad.
This is me as I made the decision to book a trip to Maui.
I fly out today. Even if my flight vanishes (I suggested it, so there's no way it will happen), I have posted lots of stuff on Boy Culture to keep your brains and at least one of your hands busy until I return.
Feel free to share the HELL out of anything you like, which will help my traffic avoid cratering.
Tell me again how George Zimmerman isn't a racist fuck.
Is Patrick Couderc the biggest cunt in fashion?
Newly out Keegan Hirst, rugby star, gets nude!
Hirst: “Time to be true to myself.”
RIP to Batman.
Davey Wavey's straight/gay kissing challenge.
He's only as funny as the jokes he shamelessly steals.
Mesmerizing Carol trailer. Kiss me, Cate Blanchett!
Obama looking to make travel to Cuba a snap.
Suge Knight cracking wise about AIDS.
The Rock on Zac Efron's Baywatch turn.
Russell Tovey to Broadway.
Hick heroine in KY continues to resist issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Military-rejected flamethrowers being sold to the public, because America.
Hillary meets #BlackLivesMatter. Right answer?
Scott Walker wants to end birthright citizenship.
Biden and Gore analysis.
Is Fiorina the least accomplished R candidate of all?
Tyra Sanchez urges suicidal people to jump.
Kris Jenner tears into Caitlyn Jenner.
Dolce apologizes for IVF comments.
It's like a Best Chest Convention up in here!