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Monthly Archives: September 2008

Fall for Art (part two)

Fall for Art (part two)

November 7–22 Times Square Angel Playwright, actor, and drag artist extraordinaire Charles Busch—he's the Michelangelo of drag, actually—wrote the hardscrabble character Irish O'F ...

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Fall for Art

Fall for Art

If you can pry yourself away from the 24/7 coverage of the presidential election and get outside the house for some air, you'll find plenty of splendid entertainment to clear away ...

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Many Crowns (part three)

Many Crowns (part three)

My next question was gonna be, “Where do you think you find yourself on the Kinsey scale?” I'm pretty far. [Both laugh] I forget, was the Kinsey scale a seven? ...

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Business News:  September 2008

Business News: September 2008

Dr. Randy Mitchmore has been appointed to the board of trustees of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation. Mitchmore's long-time benevolent passion, the ...

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Calendar: September 2008

Calendar: September 2008

After being misaligned with staged, über-theatrical wrestling matches (what, they're fake?), roller derby is emerging as a viable and entertaining sport for women who don't mind a ...

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The Gay Agenda: September 2008

The Gay Agenda: September 2008

HE SAID/SHE SAID This month, Gendermyn, Houston's premiere drag king troupe, celebrates its second anniversary of gender-bending performance art. Expect to see a preview of some o ...

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ReadOut Shorts: September 2008

ReadOut Shorts: September 2008

Literate lesbians of a certain age remember when Sex Variant Women in Literature was the light in our reading wilderness. There, in one place, was a compilation of centuries of we ...

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What Happens in Vegas…

What Happens in Vegas…

Remember that goofy trick your Uncle Ralph did, where he pulled a nickel from your ear? Or the one where he pulled his thumb apart? ...

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GrooveOut Shorts: September 2008

GrooveOut Shorts: September 2008

Forget about pronoun changes for this amazing, relatively new female voice emerging pure and whole in a field of iPod clones. When she sings about her baby, she means it, and she ...

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(Censored) Brilliant

(Censored) Brilliant

Aimee Mann is back. Following a live CD/DVD set, a concept album, and a holiday disc, fans of her more straightforward collections of pop tunes such as “Bachelor No. 3” and “Lost ...

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