I have never shared another’s writing on this blog. There’s a first time for everything. The very mention of “biphobia” caused me to smile #finally Exploring the role of homophobia and biphobia in the lives of two troubled legends. — Read on http://www.advocate.com/commentary/2020/1/22/whitney-houston-and-aaron-hernandez-costly-trauma-closet
This one’s for the guys. Yes, ladies can purchase tickets to either of the incomparable Johnny Mathis’ upcomin concerts —on Valentine’s Day in Reno, or two days later, on February 16 in San Rafael, California — but this one’s for the gentlemen. If you want to get to second base…or beyond…pick up a pair of […]
MLK Day should be celebrated with a day of service, not with a day at the shopping mall.
The show’s for anyone who’s ever felt isolated or alone…or who’s ever felt a second trying to figure things out. I wrote to my best friend about it.
It’s hard for me each year to let go of Christmas. But as Mom taught me decades ago, seasons change.
Blackout Weekend is one of the West Coast’s premiere annual events!
Believe it or not, these suckers are walking around in broad daylight these days!
In the fall of 1978, when I was just a kid, I contemplated suicide before Diana Ross’ Dorothy in The Wiz convinced me that I could be a lion. She handed me off to Christopher Reeve’s Superman, who didn’t just convince me that a man could fly. He convinced me that a boy could live.
The multi-talented David Foster has been the force behind scores of hit records dating back to the late 1970s. The songwriter / arranger / producer has presided over the recording of some of history’s most phenomenal vocal performances, including Jennifer Holiday’s “And I Am Telling You.” Barbra Streisand’s “Somewhere,” Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love […]
If there was a bad note played during the 63 year old legend’s NYE performance, I didn’t hear it. And the show started 11 minutes early. I guess that’s what happens when white folks play jazz.