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  • Who's More Annoying Than Osama bin Laden?

    published December 28, 2004

    How irritating is Justin Timberlake? Very, according to the scads of people who voted in AmIAnnoying.com's... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published December 28, 2004

    Having just recovered from all those mind-rotting 10-best lists, it's time for a four-worst list of the year in parties from a... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published December 21, 2004

    The annual FELIX AWARDS for showbiz excellence and horror pay homage to the year's best in bisexuality, bipolar disorders, bilateral skin... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published December 14, 2004

    The Mr. Gay.com Universe contest at Crobar brought out a queer quintet of dazzling international contestants... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published December 7, 2004

    Court TV's luncheon at Blue Smoke for those thesmokinggun.com muckrakers culminated with mock mug shots... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published November 23, 2004

    Dame Edna: Back With a Vengeance! has the "bi-hemispheric" Aussie icon hilariously taunting audience members, deriding our president's... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published November 16, 2004

    The unthinkable has happened: It's the 20th anniversary of this column and I'm still waiting for the bonus toaster oven. In the meantime, I... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published November 9, 2004

    Movies are coming at us like fastballs from a pitching machine, and it's not clear whether we should try to catch them, duck, or grab a stick and... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published November 2, 2004

    Now that our gay eyes have relaxed back into their sockets, I sense a lot of beaming faces out there, but not necessarily for the right reasons.... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published October 26, 2004

    Looking back on the campaign, it seems as if MARY CHENEY, God, and a dead goose were all used as vote-getting gimmicks, but mostly... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published October 19, 2004

    Fiendish Floridians might be trying to rig the election, but at Miami Fashion Week, things were pure and honest, and there was a really good gift... More >>

  • Flower Power

    published October 19, 2004

    With pride, I bear the mark of a Dame Edna Everage fan—recurring flower burn. Repeatedly, my eyes have almost been poked out by one of the... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published October 12, 2004

    In MIKE LEIGH's period potboiler Vera Drake, IMELDA STAUNTON gives a super-duper performance as a sweet, frumpy little... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published October 5, 2004

    Paper magazine's Odeon dinner for Spanish cinema provocateur PEDRO ALMODOVAR was like a miniature avant-garde film festival, with... More >>

  • Bleep This!

    published October 5, 2004

    "Oh, shit!" sounded the cry of the drivers, the early risers, and the chronicallyunemployed last week. "Now I'm gonna have to spend 12-fucking-95... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published September 28, 2004

    DAVID BARTON is always expanding and so are his gyms, growing and throbbing like washboard abs enlivening a midlife midsection. His new... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published September 21, 2004

    In the overrated Motorcycle Diaries, GAEL GARCIA BERNAL plays the young Che Guevara, who, with his pal, travels around South America... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published September 14, 2004

    Atlantic City is fab again, but for God's sake don't go into the actual town. The streets teem with folks who are either junkies or diabetics with... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published September 7, 2004

    Fashion Week took off in a blaze of journalists interviewing journalists about designers designing clothes based on other designers' designs, and... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published August 31, 2004

    A couple of Hamms, PAUL AND MORGAN HAMM, were scheduled to do a pommel horse presentation at Chelsea Piers, so I was there in the club... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published August 24, 2004

    JOHN WATERS's A Dirty Shame (due September 24) is an educational romp about head-injured Baltimoreans who develop insatiable... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published August 17, 2004

    REESE WITHERSPOON is on the cover of Vanity Fair for three reasons—she's a huge star, her people threatened to sue, and her new... More >>

  • Alien vs. Predator

    published August 10, 2004

    I'm a gay American—applause, applause—so I've been especially mesmerized by McGreevey-gate, the most sweeping allegory about the dangers... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published August 3, 2004

    Bush-bashing has become so understandably common on the Gotham arts scene that midway through Hamlet, you expect an actor to turn to the... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published July 27, 2004

    It takes a village to produce a premiere as dazzlingly detailed as the one for The Village—an evening of calculated mayhem that made... More >>

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