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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
Daddy-D: I promise not to dreg up emotions too often. And someday, you and Chi Chi will have to let me write a bit about your early exploits. This is something I look forward to. You know, one of the first conversations I had with Rose, maybe about four years ago, was about whether or not I could come in to Mother early one night just to interview her. She seemed to me to have stories untold of amazing interest (however since there was no place to publish such tales) I did not pursue the...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Miss Understood ·
I first discovered Pyramid in late '87. My very first night happened to be a big benefit show, I think for Dee's teeth. Yeah, I know she didn't quite get them for a while, but that's another story. It was one of those super shows with a zillion acts! I was dazzled! In '87 the pyramid was all painted in crazy black and white trippy swirls, the shows were wild, and I was sold! It broke my heart when they painted it black. I became a regular at Hapi's party. It's what inspired me to do drag. I...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

S'tan ·
Great little article hatchie... Love the bit about the secret reeking that no one wants to dig up. Woder why every time there is a secret coven of some kind, they always have miles of underground tunnels? Is the Motherboards our burrow? This from the New York Press last week ... green alert to Jay McInerney! "A survey of 1,003 New Yorkers between the ages of 25 and 35 revealed that the HOTTEST current pick-up joints in towns are no longer bars, nightclubs, or church groups, but rather chain...
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

Stacy Amber ·
Wow! the Shut-up-a-thon was fierce! I didn't see you Hattie, but it was easy to miss people. I stayed until a little after 5 when it started to disperse. "Fox Lies. People Die" "SHut the Fox up." "Don't tell me what to think. Fox News you really stink!" I wish I could could remember some of the other chants. The cops were really good. They have to be so on edge now, and they're doing a super job of staying cool, and managing the flow of the city amid the Chaos. THey are actually accomadating...
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Re: Craigslist !!!

daddy ·
Oooops! Mr. Joe posted this genius Craigslist ad from last night but I deleted it by mistake. I'll try and re-create it. quote: I want my wallet back - m4m - 22 (East Village) Reply to: pers-339224019@craigslist.org Date: 2007-05-27, 10:29AM EDT I met you on 3rd and avenue D last night. You had a 40 in one hand and a gun in the other. Can I have my wallet back? It has my driver's licsence in it you know where I live.
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Re: Craigslist !!!

daddy ·
Brilliant. But Mr. Joe... But did you catch this answer post an hour later from a certain Messy Bonnie Raitt? quote: You should know better honey - m4m - 64 (East Village) Reply to: pers-53674893087@craigslist.org Date: 2007-05-27, 11:45AM EDT Honey, What the hell was you thinkin' was gonna happen to you on 3rd and avenue D last night... meet up with Lindsay fuckin' Lohan? No you can't have your wallet back. I sold it already for another 40. And yes, I know where you live.
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Re: New and News, Part 6

seven ·
Here's a hilarious editorial from Der Speigel today. If you are wondering what europeans are thinking right now about the end of the Little Bush Idiocracy. The article has a few good bellylaughs and is outspoken in a way US media gave up 6 years ago. When have you ever heard any US journalist rightly deem Little Bush as delusional, or in an emotional fugue, or disasociative? Listen........ Bush's European Disaster By Sidney Blumenthal The president's trip was a pageant of disdain, delusion...
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Re: HOWL! HELP - Emergency and Health Fund for EV Artists

Chi Chi ·
HOWL! HELP will be announced on Monday July 27 at ST MARKS CHURCH, 11:30 AM - 1 PM. Representatives from HOWL! and the ACTORS FUND will speak, light refreshments served, and questions answered. I am one of the speakers and would love to see some of the Mboards community there..
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Re: New and News, Part 6

seven ·
The news is, NYC makes the largest amount of arrests, nearly half a million since '97 !, for marijuana possession of any city in the whole world. Against the intent of New York State Law. Here's the authoritative word on NYC police department's continuing crusade to arrest people for possession of small amounts of marijuana. The interesting focus is on the exact technique the cops use to intimidate and fool individuals into getting themselves arrested: "However, police officers can legally...
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Re: Boy George Part 2

daddy ·
George and Coby Koehl sent this to me. Live at Dose, Camden October 27, 2009 They sound great. George looks good.
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Re: RIP, VIP - Chapter 4 (2/26/09++)

hatches ·
My father, George Butterick (born Georg Wilhelm Butterick, September 16, 1918-September 27, 2010) passed away peacefully in his sleep early this morning. Resquiat In Pacem, Dad. This is a pic of him circa 1930s, posed with his beloved Harley on some Connecticut back road, looking for work during the First Great Depression.
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Say Who ·
Hey everyone, I'm new to this board, for more on me, visit my HOMEPAGE. Just wanted to say thank you for having this New Year's event sounds like fun so I'm definitely there Hope to see each and every one of you Luv, BB [This message was edited by Chi Chi on 12-27-02 at 11:06 PM.] [This message was edited by Bridgette Bad on 12-28-02 at 12:12 PM.]
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Re: 57 Varieties ( Club 57 Remembered)

daddy ·
That was the best Club 57! I did one of my very first "performance art pieces" there. I was in art school (School of Visual Arts) at the time. I hooked up two big BORROWED tv sets to all of this electronic equipment that Laurie Anderson loaned me (God bless her). It was all choreographed to a disco drum beat with this drummer guy that I met in the park. He now has gone on to drum with hundreds of DJs in hundreds of clubs but believe me, that was the first time. He really didn't understand my...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Hey Bobby, Don't know what our summer is like yet. We have so many things up in the air right now but we really want to get there sometime in June. Captain Jack's of course. Gennaro is torturing. He wants more landscaping around his grave. He is no longer satisfied with the flower treatment. He now wants trees & shrubs! So if you see him at "Bar Rush" tell him I'm on it. Legendary birthday by the way. Everyone is still talking about it. AND LOOK OUT! Last night at Cheezwhiz Miss...
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Re: Flloyd the Ripper

Flloyd ·
The trailers are up and running at flloyd.com [This message was edited by daddy on 08-24-02 at 11:27 AM.]
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Re: Mondo Internet

Cherysh, with a "y". ·
..too many diet pills & a vat of coffee, and I can't stop linkng... anyways, this is dreamy & beautiful . I have no idea what it's about. be a dj with this toy. This is a shitty site for Jan Michael Vincent . I used to have the dirtiest dreams about him. Apparently, he isn't dead! Plastic Surgery Disaster Woman - maybe you're one of the 4 people on earth who hasn't seen this site - she's clearly deranged. Or maybe she looks so startled because she just realized what she's done to her...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
Two persepctives on what's going on in Times Square and the sex market. First, from today's NY Daily News: quote: PEEPING ERA ENDS ON 42nd STREET There will be no more peeping on 42nd St. Peep-o-rama, the strip's last sex shop, officially closed at 3 p.m. yesterday. A few passersby watched in bemusement as landlord Shan Covey heralded the end of the smut era by taping a plastic "closed" sign to the storefront and holding aloft the door's key. The shop was a tenant in one of the many...
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Re: Mardi Gras in New Orleans 06: Krewe York

Chi Chi ·
Hi everyone... Fat Tuesday is just 20 short days away.. Can't wait to see everyone and of course BE IN THAT NUMBER ! +++ Have done some informal polling and decided to hold the informal MOTHERBOARDS meet up on Monday 2/27 (Lundi Gras) at "Zulufest" around 5 PM. This is just before the arrival of the Kings of Zulu and Rex by boat - one of my favorite MG traditions - and right after a free set by the Rebirth Brass Band, a truly brilliant local act. I attach a link about zulufest, it is free...
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Re: NOTS 16 - STEVIE IN WONDERLAND - May 19, 2006

Chi Chi ·
Greetings from New York City to our beloved Gypsies and fellow Stevie Nicks worshippers, and all who have joined us here recently. Read down for news of SHOW AND THEME, CONFIRMED PERFORMERS, TICKETS ON SALE NOW and HOW TO APPLY TO PERFORM. Our thanks, as always, for your overwhelming support of this show - We Can't Wait to twirl with you once again on May 19! Chi Chi Valenti NOTS Founder THIS YEAR'S SHOW THE JACKIE FACTORY's sixteenth annual NIGHT OF A THOUSAND STEVIES will be held on...
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Re: Farewell Charming Olde New York, part 4

daddy ·
This was from 2005. Interesting to read it in 2008. NY Post By Maureen Callahan Published January 27, 2005 JASON Gordon, a 27year-old book publicist whose blog, Productshop NYC, covers the downtown music scene, says he knew the Lower East Side was over when "one of my mom's friends had her 50th birthday party at Tenement." "That place" - a tiny restaurant that once catered to hipster spillover from neighboring Ludlow Street institutions like the Pink Pony and Max Fish "has become like a bar...
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Re: Jackie Tube (Video)

daddy ·
From "The Last Jackie" (the Jackie 60 movie) MARTI DOMINATION'S "SHOE DANCE" "A DECADE OF DOMINATION" THE HOUSE OF DOMINATION'S TENTH BIRTHDAY JULY 27, 1999
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
From: uravampire@mindspring.com Subject: [queerleft] Fwd: Harry Hay obituary - New York Times Is there going to be a NYC (or in other cities) memorial for Harry Hay, and more than mourning, as doing what Harry Hay had often done, which way forward for the queer movement? In May 2003 there will be a gathering of queer lefties in NYC at the Brecht Forum, to put the issue of queer liberation back in the heart of the socialist/anarchist/left movments and reconnect the queer community to the...
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Re: RIP, VIP

dreambot ·
Thank You R_R for posting the Hay obit. I was truly hoping someone else would so that I wouldn't, least others think I might be obsessing on death here. I am or do, but I try keeping it under wraps until my own moment arrives. Something I find myself looking forward to the older I get, the more disturbing the world becomes. What I love about reading these accounts is the wonderful golden nuggets of information you discover about people who've managed to make a differnce for the better...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
Gay Activist Harry Hay Dies http://abcnews.go.com/wire/US/ap20021025_9.html From: SrBananaNut@aol.com Subject: radical faerie founder died in San Francisco Our beloved faerie sissy brother Harry Hay left this earth plane at 2 a.m., PDT, this morning, October 24, 2002. The Duchess died peacefully in his sleep at home while attended by his beloved companion John Burnside and a circle of loving friends. Let us join hands in a circle to remember Harry and how he has graced our lives, as he joins...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

dreambot ·
David Bowie's metropolitan 5 borough tour includes a Thursday night at Jimmy's Bronx Cafe, a giant boite on Fordham Rd. at the University bridge connecting to upper Manhattan. Great venue for seeing his latest act and not too far from Arthur Ave, little Italy of the Bronx. If I know you or you think I'd like to know you, you're welcome to stop by the dreambot domain after the show for an apertif. Just email me earlier in the week of your visit. rb//nyc//bronx//bohemia [This message was...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
We've updated our site to include pictures from last weekend in Chicago. We saw Peaches, Chicks on Speed, W.I.T. and Tracy and The Plastics in concert and ran into Peaches, Larry Tee and W.I.T. out at Hollywood Grille. We got great pictures of their perf ormances, and a few from the sidelines. We've also started a "LiveJournal" that we update almost daily. http://www.theclubcreatures.com XXXOOO Satori [This message was edited by Zazoo and Satori on 10-28-02 at 02:27 PM.]
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Re: Las Vegas

Tina Tawdre ·
April 21 - 27, 2003 Week-long t*-girl party in LV Details at www.geekbabe.com/dlv Some girls find this group too tame, but it's a no-cost week-long rolling party structure. Get on the party bus (it's a metaphor, girl) for those events you want to go to and skip the ones you think are boring. There's no fee to register. There's no organization to join, there's no conference to attend (this ain't Southern Comfort, it's a vacation). We plan this every year because we like hanging out together...
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Re: New Old New Wave? 1982-->2002

Zazoo and Satori ·
It's funny, when I started this topic almost a year ago, I didn't even know that there was already a marketing term for these up-and-coming electronic based groups...(Electroclash) Now a lot of magazines are already calling it "Dead." Well it may be old news in NYC, but it's catching on BIG in LA and London, and Chicago is starting to have bi-monthlies... And no one is doing nights at all in the smaller towns in the Midwest...So I'd guess it will hit before the end of the year here. (We're...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
Here's our NYC Trip in Snapshots: 5-23-03 Area 10009 @ Opaline 5-24-03 Nina Hagen @ The Marquee and Berliniamsburg @ Luxx 5-25-03 Motherfucker 3rd Aniversary @ The Roxy 5-27-03 Page Powell's Soiree and Beige @ B Bar 5-28-03 Cabaret Magique @ Chez Es Saada 5-29-03 Granite's "Popcorn" Opening Night and Afterparty 5-30-03 ARCADIA! Opening - Debut show for Artmakernyc.com I think over half the boards are in there somewhere XXXOOO Satori
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Re: Puritan Watch

S'tan ·
Anna that seems to have been for money-laundering restrictions... even for $100. People will send $100. 100 times, etc. Today's horror: Replica of Statue of Liberty adorned with Bible and crucifix... http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/05/us/05liberty.html?th&emc=th On Independence Day, Lady Liberty was born again. At a megachurch in Memphis, the Statue of Liberation Through Christ was consecrated Tuesday. The statue, says the church's pastor, is a way of "letting people know that God is the...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

mr.joe ·
Dean Johnson passed away this week. Details surrounding Dean's death, along with the death of another young man are still uncertain, and an investigation is, as of this writing, still ongoing. I have included details and links about Dean's life below. Dean is survived by his father is Ellis Johnson and his sister is Beth. For several years, Dean cared for and visited his mother Linda, who succumbed to a battle with cancer in 2006. He was a devoted son, brother and friend to scores of people...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

mr.joe ·
Gay men are marrying gay men and lesbians are marrying lesbians in San Francisco. Gay couples in Massachusetts will have the right to marry in a few short months. The mayor of Chicago has spoken out loudly in favor of same-sex marriage. WHERE IS THE MAYOR OF THE CITY WITH THE LARGEST GAY AND LESBIAN COMMUNITY IN THE COUNTRY ON THIS ISSUE? While the mayors of San Francisco and Chicago have courageously stood up for our community's freedom to marry, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has steadfastly...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Luxury Lex ·
And the battle comes at last to our soil. I've always liked politicians like Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein and Barney Frank, but they've been in office for years and we've seen little action. Now they look like tired old buffalos next to the handful of mavericks like Mayor Newsome, Mayor Daley and New Paltz, New York's mayor, Jason West, who boldly go where no one has gone before. Rock on! quote: Gay Couples to Be Wed Today in New Paltz, Mayor Declares By SABRINA TAVERNISE and THOMAS...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Luxury Lex ·
Whew! I've certainly had politics on the brain today. Anyhoo, here's the latest updates in the gay marriage struggle: quote: Developments on Gay - Marriage Issue By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: February 27, 2004 Filed at 9:04 p.m. ET A look at developments Friday on the issue of gay marriage: -- California Attorney General Bill Lockyer asked the state Supreme Court to immediately stop San Francisco from conducting gay weddings and nullify the nearly 3,500 such marriages already performed.
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

S'tan ·
No, the Anvil and the Toilet and trannie hookers were there before Jackie. And the meat packers. And gay guys cruising Wash. Street and adjourning to have sex in the parked & unlocked trucks. "The Trucks" was code for sex outdoors over there. not to mention the abandoned piers that were sex circuses all night every night. Last but not least, there were the go-go luncheonettes where you could dance at high noon on the luncheonette counter to the meat packers packing in their meat...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Anna Nicole ·
Dr LAURA ... what a puritan... This was e-mailed to me, thought it was cute.. Laura Schlessinger is a US radio personality, > who dispenses advice to people who call in to her Radio show. On her > radio show recently, she said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, > homosexuality is an abomination, according to Leviticus 18:22, and > cannot be condoned under any circumstance. The following response is an > open letter to Dr. Laura, penned by a US resident, which was posted >...
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Re: Verbal Abuse / The Poetry Part 2

andreabicsotti ·
WHO AM I? (THE SHORT VERSION) (for the folks the the Motherboards) 27 years old, I live in Syracuse NY queer, bi, on SSD and SSI, dysthymic, attention-deficit-disordered (according to my shrink) a poet, an art junkie, a theatre fan, I've been banned by PC lesbian hosts of closed-minded poetry reading and haunted open mics during the years of the Iraq war, been called a racist, and a faggot, born March 19 1979 highly intelligent highly inquistive raised in affluence mired in the quicksand of...
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Re: Arias With A Twist

btwist ·
OO-LA-LA! We are officially going to France with Arias with a Twist! > if youve seen the show you know that this is totally nuts to do for just one week...but hey..we're nuts...and we'll see where this take us next. sacre bleu! its really soon! > “Arias” will make its European debut at the VIA and EXIT Festivals. > > EXIT FESTIVAL > Maison de la culture Creteil, Paris,France > Wednesday March 25 - Saturday March 28th at 10pm > Friday March 27 - Saturday March 28 at 7pm...
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Re: Provincetown 2

bobby Miller ·
I just remembered that I hadn't been on the Motherboards in so long. Well now I'm another year older and just published my 17th book. Will be in the city Oct 22 - 27 and hope to see familia. xoxo
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Re: Musto names 10 Best Clubs Of All Time

bobby Miller ·
Hat / Thank you so much for sharing that story. I miss Dee and her great humour. I can remember many nights sitting in The Versaille Room with her and hearing her stories. A true original. Here she is at Wigstock with Miss Shannon around 1989
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Re: Pacha NYC @ WMC 2010

dance123 ·
Full Pacha Miami 2010 details & line-ups available at the PACHA MIAMI 2010 MINISITE March 24 Sirius XM Radio Beach Party: Kaskade, Above and Beyond, Markus Schultz + more TBA @ Gansevoort Beach March 24 10 Years in Stereo: Chus & Ceballos + More @ Gansevoort Beach March 24 Be Yourself Miami Marathon: Danny Tenagalia & Paco Osuna @ Park West March 25 Get Physical Beach Party: Damian Lazarus, Thomas Schuhmacher, Italoboyz, Matthew Dear, Jesse Rose + The Physical Rave Pack...
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Re: Queer SOS! and the American Equality Bill (ongoing)

mr.joe ·
October 26, 2010 President Barack H. Obama White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Obama, Thank you for your service to our country these past two years. I recall the night of November 4, 2008 so clearly. Having voted early with my boyfriend in Manhattan, I opted to spend the winter with friends in northwestern New Mexico, and arrived by Amtrak the night before in Gallup, NM. My friends picked me up at the station, and drove me back, an hour by car, to the...
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Re: Fingernails, New Mexico - A Remote Location

S'tan ·
Blood Alley has again earned its illustrious name -- at 10 PM last Monday evening a young State Trooper came round a blind bend without his seat-belt on, and flew through the windshield as his black-and-white plowed into a DEAD COW lying on the roadway -- that some thoughtful previous traveller had left behind. Not that you can call anyone from Blood Alley. It's a cell-phone dead zone. "Though the officer tried to avoid the cow, his State Police car struck it and rolled over several times,...
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Re: The Supermarket of Style: The Danceteria Topic

Papa Kap ·
9-27-04 ..... oh boy ...a popular topic ! What i hate when people mention "Danceteria" ???? Everybody...i meet when there suddenly ! oh.....yea....sure....danceteria.... what a club...bla bla.....well no...i didn't ACTUALLY go....my boyfriend's jock strap went and told me all about it ! ect ,bla & hoe...hum ! The stupi candi cane poles ....the high stage (could see snatch).... the "uptown DOWNTOWNERS" AND "jIM F" IN HIS stylish "suits" (right...the jim f. of the meatmarket eatery...
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Re: Los Angeles--do you hate it?

Luxury Lex ·
Variety Magazine published an excerpt from famed screenwriter Joe Eszterhas's new bombshell tell-all memoirs about Hollywood. Quite a scathing portrait of L.A. and an ugly picture of Malibu too. When I think of Malibu I always see an incoherent Barbara Parkins in a Pucci caftan wallowing in the surf on dolls. Guess it's not really that fab. quote: Skies not always blue in Malibu Tue Jan 27, 7:00 PM ET By JOE ESZTERHAS (Variety) Most people are aware that screenwriter Joe Eszterhas decamped...
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Re: Postcards from New Orleans

Chi Chi ·
...or maybe the balcony of Oz, or St Anne Street... Coming for Carnival again this year Feb 22 till 27 hoping to rendezvous with NOLA Mboarders or MG attendees. We'll be staying in the "quiet" end of the Quarter near Esplanade since my brother's using his house this year.
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Re: 2008 Presidential Elections: Who Will Lead America Next?

seven ·
Here's a wonderful, if massively incomplete, list of vendettas Rudiani carried out throughout his vindictive reign as mayor. I could list more acts of spite, closing CHARAS/El BOHIO, etc., not to mention all the gross police misconduct he stood behind, Amadou, Abner, the list is lengthy. This article is from the times, so I wonder what the has-been 'America's Governor' will aim at the rag now. ___________________________________________ In Matters Big and Small, Crossing Giuliani Had Price...
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Re: 2008 Presidential Elections: Who Will Lead America Next?

Lily of the Valley ·
Frank Rich on why a Hillary Nomination could lead to a Republican win..... http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/27/opinion/27rich.html?hp
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Re: Rent Increases

Lily of the Valley ·
DEMOCRATS WIN SPECIAL STATE SENATE ELECTION.... ONE SEAT AWAY FROM CONTROL OF NEW YORK STATE SENATE!!! http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/27/nyregion/27senate.html?ref=nyregion This means we are one seat away from total Democratic control of New York State Government and the ability to pass new tenant protections, repeal vacancy decontrol (that $2000 threshold where apartments leave rent stabilization) and finally restore some power to tenants in this city.
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Re: Winter Music Conference Miami 2008

daddy ·
Jonathan Peters - @ Pawn Shop | Thurs. March 27 Saturday March 29 A Special Music Conference event... Afterhours at Pawn Shop Miami featuring music by Jonathan Peters http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispat...tId=251058&REFID=m28 Doors open 5am (Thursday Morning) Table Reservations 305-373-3511 Pawn Shop Miami 1222 NE 2nd Ave (between 12th & 13th St on 2nd Ave) Downtown Miami, FL Info: 305-373-3511 http://www.thepawnshoplounge.com/
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