Friday, July 3, 2015

DEBUT! (Paper Boys) - Art & Life Part I!

For Cole, every day is a blank page.

Follow Cole as he lands in San Francisco for his straight best friend's engagement party. But when Cole secretly plans to use the trip as an excuse to move to the City, he discovers his best friend, Daren, has a secret of his own, too.

A gay romantic fantasy dramedy about discovering who you are, and with a newly found magical power, becoming who you want to be.

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(SCREEN JUNKIES) America, F*** Yeah!: Patriotic Movie Moments!!

With the 4th of July around the corner, we celebrate the most kick-ass USA moments in cinema history!!

(The Snap Daily) All the Shows Stuck In My DVR!

XFINITY's new remote helps me organize all of my favorite TV shows that are seemingly stuck in my DVR because why not.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

(BREAK the ILLUSION) I'm Running Away With My Boyfriend!

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(Cooking w/ Drag Queens) - Teri Yaki!

For weddings, New Year’s Eve or any special event, Marc and I love to make cream puffs.

Whenever we bring them to parties, people can't accept that we made them ourselves. Maybe it’s because they appear created by the gods, when in reality they are so easy, any mortal can make them with the simplest ingredients.

Inspired by dreamsicles, Our favorite way to make them fills these light, eggy puffs with vanilla orange pastry cream.

Calling someone a cream puff can be slang for saying they are weak, but if you knew what cream puffs have to go through to become cream puffs, you wouldn’t call them weak at all.

These little gems go through the fire not just once, but twice: First the dough is cooked on the stovetop then it’s baked in the oven before getting stuffed with a creamy filling.

Joining us today is a drag queen who is no cream puff herself--Teri Yaki. Born the son of a preacher man in Detroit Michigan, Teri Yaki is now one of Chicago’s most loved and raunchiest comedy queens.

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(The Snap Daily) Why Oprah Should Host the Apprentice!

Why Oprah should replace the Donald!

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

(JESSE on the BRINK) Gross Out Grows Up This!

by Jesse Archer

This just totally made my day. Garbage Pail Kids -- WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

I love this concept of updating my favorite 80s card collectibles -- themslves a twisted take on those cloying, creepy adoptable Cabbage Patch Kids. Check out the creator's blog for behind-the-scenes of the sick and twisted nostalgia.

(92nd Street Y) Barney Frank with Jeff Greenfield!

Barney Frank discusses his journey from Bayonne, New Jersey to the U.S. Congress, where he played a vital role in the struggle for personal freedom and economic fairness.

He'll talk about his fight for gay rights and his lifelong struggle against inequality—from his early civil rights advocacy in the Massachusetts State Legislature to his instrumental role as Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. From the Clinton impeachment to the economic meltdown of 2008 to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Frank’s words and deeds mattered. He's the author of a new memoir, Frank.

(The Snap Daily) The Reasons for the Ben & Jen Divorce!

One of the fixtures of the elite Hollywood couples announced their disassembly today. Here's why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are getting a divorce.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

(Blank on Blank) Jim Morrison on Why Fat is Beautiful!

"What's wrong with being fat? That's what I want to know." - Jim Morrison

Interview by Howard Smith /
Los Angeles, 1969

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(It's EVERYTHING w/ Bebe Sweetbriar) The Roger Erickson Interview!

Roger Erickson, a Bay Area native, is considered one of the world's foremost music, fashion and celebrity photographers with his work featured in publications such as Vogue (Mexico & Latin America), Entertainment Weekly, Ebony, Esquire Magazine, GQ, Rolling Stone, The Source Magazine, The Advocate and Out Magazine. Over the past six years Erickson has created a substantial portfolio of prominent LGBTQ public figures including actors, dancers, writers, musicians, artists, athletes, activists and clergy. In time for the annual PRIDE celebration, the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries' will present the first-ever major exhibition of Erickson's work, featuring newly-commissioned portraits of local LGBTQ luminaries, OUTspoken: Portraits of LGBTQ Lumanaries.

(the SNAP Daily) All the Things That Look Like Donald Trump!

America's favorite least-favorite robot is the focus of this week's Snap--Donald Trump. Spray tan residue may be rapidly entering the stands, porceed with caution.

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