ABOVE: Not exactly what we have in mind, but a shot's a shot's a shot.
INSTAGRAM: Pose will end after its upcoming Season 3. Creator Steven Canals posts on IG:
ALL GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END. @poseonfx the 3rd and final season debuts May 2 on FX. Thank you to my Pose fam - our incredible audience - for watching. I never took your commitment for granted. 🙏🏽❤️ #PoseFX
AMFAR: amfAR's A Gala for Our Time is now viewable. It includes honors for both Dr. Anthony Fauci and Glenn Close, and appearances by the likes of Billy Porter, Julia Roberts, Heidi Klum, Morgan Freeman, Jonathan Pryce, Olly Alexander and Bette Midler. Performers are Rita Ora, Kelly Clarkson and Ava Max.
KENNETH IN THE (212): The weekly gay rags.
INSTAGRAM: Remembering sexy teen idol Andy Gibb — a rare hairy-chested example! — on the anniversary of his birth. Though he died over 30 years ago, he would only just be turning 63.
POLITICO: A majority of New Yorkers, and an overwhelming majority of Democratic New Yorkers, do not believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign over sexual harassment allegations. Waiting to see what the report says — what a concept!
SOCIALITE LIFE: Now two of Mariah Carey's siblings are suing her for defamation over her memoir.
SF CHRONICLE: Oasis club owner D'Arcy Drollinger is putting on an old-fashioned telethon to save her old-fashioned gay bar, which needs $30,000 each month just to exist. Noon-midnight March 6. Free! (But don't be an A-hole — donate if you're gonna watch!) Watch it at watch.sfoasis.com or givebutter.com/saveoasis. To give by phone, call (415) 742-1044.
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Thimotée Robart is giving Timothée Chalamet a run for his monéy.
METRO WEEKLY: Food Network's Easter Basket Challenge has one (ONE?) gay competitor — meet him here.
INSTAGRAM: Dean Stockwell is 85 today. The former child actor, probably best known today from his stint on Quantum Leap, is one of the few living actors to have had a career that stretches back to the '40s.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Major new lawsuit targets Trump, Trump Jr., Giuliani and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Missouri) over the January 6 riot.
TWITTER: Comic Tim Heidecker and others are confirming a man the FBI had been unable to I.D. from the January 6 insurrection is none other than comedian Jay Johnston — who probably needs a better agent.
The #FBI is still seeking information on people who took part in the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. If you know this individual, visit https://t.co/iL7sD5efWD. Refer to photo 247 in your tip. pic.twitter.com/CetMHzU190— FBI (@FBI) March 4, 2021
Meanwhile, the first Trump Administration official has been arrested for the attack.