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Well PPTown looks to be a fun time this summer. So far we have Dina Martina returning for a full seasons run at ther Vixon, Richard Move and his Martha at the Art House and Jeff Stryker in his one man show at The Post Office. All we need now is Messy Bonnie Raitt at the dick dock and what a summer we'll be having.
It is starting to shape up to be a fun season here. Justin Bond stopped by for a visit as well as Mike Albo. And kathlene Turner turned it out for the Film festival this week too. And Alan Cumming was in town to recieve an award from the festival as well. Now if we could just get rid of some of these damn tourists.
The Annual Bear Week is upon us here in Ptown, and it is actually one of the best weeks of the summer. The bears, their ilk and admirers completely take over the town - which is a welcome change in energy compared to the 4th of July "Circut Week" cavalcade of arrogance.
Growls can be heard through the streets during the day and last night at 2am I witnessed a GrampaBear dressed up like Santa Clause having the time of his life. It's beyond....
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For your viewing pleasure.....

This is Mike, a "straight" street performer who plays Rock guitar here in Ptown. After much resistance, he caved in and showed the goods at Showgirls for some prize money. The queen in the picture is my friend Felicity Lane. Unfortunately, when Mike revealed his manhood he shook it around pretty fast and even shooting at high speed I could not capture it.
Just use your imagination.


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Joining Rue on stage,(left to right)are Bruce Vilanch, Jeff Stryker and Dina Martina.
A stellar line up indeed.
Jeff is here doing a show written by Bruce, during which he appears fully nude, erect and gyrates over the crowd nearly tapping their heads with his famous penis.
That's entertainment! Front section seating costs $50 a ticket!!
Dina Martina is a seasonal fixture and does one of the best shows in town.
Sorry about the blur.


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Carnival Week is here, which signifies the near end of summer and the conclusion of Family Week (thank God!). Crying kids and double strollers will be replaced with costumed freaks of all sorts.
Also, my show of photographs will be on Saturday, August 18th following Carnival.
To all here in Provincetown, please stop in and check it out.


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I love Carnival Week, it's so retarded.

That pic of Marti is so genius, I remember when you took it. People were standing around wondering "Why is that poor girl on the floor? Is she alright? Should we help her? Why is that man just taking her picture?"

I wish I could see the show but I probably know most of the photgraphs. Or maybe not. Do you have lots of new ones?
Any hot lesbian photos?
I think that you are weakest in the "Girl-On-Girl Hot & Horny Action" category of photography but other than that you are a brilliant photographer.
Just got home from Mr.Casertano's photo exhibit.
Beautiful. Lots of handsome men and a gorgeous sunset as a back drop. He is on his way to the success he deserves. They were gagging over the shot of Marti Domination but everything looked fabulous framed in white wooden frames and a recurring slide show on a large computer screen as well. Here he is side stage beaming with joy.


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Please send some beams of protection to Provincetown. Aside from the hurricaine that is about to hit in a matter of hours there is an arsonist who has set about 16 fires in 4 days. He started out lighting trash cans and dumpsters and moved to empty construction sights and now has hit several homes and buildings all over town. The police don't have a clue as to what they might be dealing with. At least with the heavy rain from the hurricaine we might be safe for the next 24 hours from this maniac. Notify your friends who have houses here or who live here year round to keep their eyes open and call the fire department right away if they see any fires. Goddess Bless us.
November 03, 2007
PROVINCETOWN "” With the town on edge after 10 suspicious fires in recent weeks, an arson occurred again last night, this time with serious consequences.

The earliest suspicious fires were found in trash cans, then progressed to unoccupied houses or homes under construction, Provincetown Fire Chief Michael Trovato said. Until last night, the damage had not been extensive.

Last night, one or more arsonists pushed leaves and other debris against the rear wall of an unoccupied home at the top of Oppen Lane, a steep road rising high above Bradford Street, lined with mostly seasonal, expensive homes. The debris was lit on fire, and the blaze spread to the home's outside wall, Trovato said.

The flames had been burning for an estimated two hours before a neighbor noticed and dialed 911, according to Trovato. The house, owned by Jeffrey Libert of Cambridge, is probably a complete loss, the fire chief said.

In a town filled with seasonal homes, many neighborhoods don't have occupants, making an arsonist's job a lot easier, Trovato added.

Residents should keep their lights on, and their eyes open, he said. "We should be forming neighborhood watches, but in a sparsely populated neighborhood like this, that will be hard."

In this case, firefighters had trouble locating the source of smoke, Trovato said. At first, they checked neighboring Harbor Hill Road, the street identified by the 911 caller. But then they stumbled upon the two-story ranch with smoke seeping from its windows and doors, the fire chief said.

Two firefighters made their entry by breaking through a wall next to sliding glass doors on the ground floor, Trovato said. As they entered the burning building, they heard a cracking sound, and a piano, about eight-feet long and very heavy, crashed through the second floor, grazing firefighter Justin White's helmet.

White was not injured but it was a close call, the firefighter said.

"This was very close to being a murder scene," Trovato said last night. "This is what I'm afraid of, that a firefighter is going to get killed."

In the 1980s, Deputy Chief Franklin Oliver died fighting an arson fire at the Lobster Pot Restaurant, the fire chief said.

Arson is suspected in 10 other Provincetown fires that have occurred in recent weeks.

The most recent three blazes occurred on Halloween. The most serious of the holiday fires, at 473 Commercial St., was started by someone igniting a plumber's blow torch and leaving it to burn full blast inside an antique waterfront home once owned by the arctic explorer Donald MacMillan, Trovato said. The fire burned a second-floor alcove of the house, which was under renovation at the time. The same day, there were suspicious fires at 2 Commercial St. and 10 Bradford St.

On Oct. 26, firefighters extinguished a fire at a half-built home at 98 Bayberry Ave.

While residents are naturally concerned, for firefighters the danger is more immediate and tangible.

"You can get killed every time you go to a fire," firefighter Vaughn Cabral said.

The strain is taking its toll on fire crews' nerves.

"I've been nervous for a week," firefighter Aubrey Gordon said.

The state Fire Marshal's Office has had a state police trooper investigating the Provincetown fires since Wednesday, said Jennifer Mieth, a spokeswoman for the fire marshal's office.

As of yesterday afternoon, there were no major leads, Mieth said.

But that was before last night's blaze, which was discovered around 6:30, when a emergency dispatcher began sending fire crews to the scene.

"We really think the public is going to be the key to solving this case," Mieth said. "If anyone has information, call the arson hot line. It's confidential. If anyone saw anything suspicious, just call. Don't second guess yourself. Let us decide what's relevant."

The arson hot line is 800-682-9229.
Last night during dinner at Bobby's we heard the sirens again and that expression fell upon our faces, like not AGAIN! Luckily, it was a false alarm, however this is really wearing on everyone here. I fear leaving the dog by himself to go to work and everyone has turned on every light possible at night. When I walk the dog late in the evening I feel suspicious of those distant figures in the night and their shadows. It's just weird. Usually when I see someone in the distance I just wonder if it might be an attractive man.

Friday night I was working at the gym and 5 fire engines went speeding by to the fire up on the hill. And you know here EVERYONE is playing Nancy Drew detective. It has made for some colorful conversation. Still, I wish it was over. The cab lady told me they have a suspect, but wouldn't say who.....
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Just returned from walking the dog. The lady on the beach walking her dog told me that someone "very reliable" told her that "the arsonist has turned himself in but they are not saying it yet, I don't know who it is". So the mystery remains as to the identity of the creep but let's hope this is true. If it's not you didn't hear it from me!

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