Mr. 305 comes to the 718
And they already have more than Ikea on Super Bowl Sunday. (Yes, that tired joke again.) See, I went to a Florida LGBT tourism reception the other night at Humphrey's at the Eventi Hotel and was told by Richard Gray of the city's Convention and Visitors Bureau that the number one air route in Ameri ... More >>
The frantic, pre-election, get-out-the-vote push is on everywhere. But aside from President Obama, whose last-minute stumping attracted a crew of stunningly self-defeating AIDS-activist hecklers over the weekend, the biggest star-power has been mustered by the Working Families Party which got ... More >>
In an odd week in the gubernatorial campaign, the oddest moment was Roger Stone's NY1 appearance on Tuesday, when he appeared to be trying to put miles of distance between himself and Carl Paladino, whose September primary victory Stone engineered. This grew even odder when Palad ... More >>
Each Thursday, your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from basements, thrift stores, estate sales and flea markets. I do this for one reason: Knowledge is power. The Unhappy Gays Author: Tim LaHaye Date: 1978 Publisher: Tyndale House The ... More >>
Obama's strategy makes her spurn Bill's Cuban advances and embrace Bush and the GOP's anti-Castro right.
Reverend Al Dumps Jesse's Best for Bush's Buddy
Get Out Your Checkbooks. It's a Bundle of Fun
Slaverys Legacy Shackled the Black VoteAnd Cost Gore Thousands of Ballots
Sharpton Jumps In With Federal Suit
Reports of Florida Voting Irregularities Pour In
Jerry Falwell Breaks Bread With the Gay Faithful. But Will His Hospitality Break the Gay Movement?
The Scoundrels among the NBA owners
Fear & Loathing on the New Jersey Turnpike
When Cowardice Paralyzed a Town