Hot and theme-y
This week's column is a romp through that other gay resort--Provincetown, Massachusetts--which is sexy, seafoody, racy, and endlessly entertaining. Here are Patrick McMullan's glorious photos from the trip, which capture the magic, the sass, and the fresh air.
Zombies, jerk-offs, and transcendence
Baltimore kitchen, Saturday morning
Sample from a cornucopia of nastiness
A new book called Low Budget Hell: Making Underground Movies With John Waters by writer/producer/production manager Robert Maier offers proof of that. Maier remembers when Bill Murray came aboard as the person to sing the "love theme" of John Waters's 1981 Odorama epic Polyester. "John was livid," ... More >>
Good news: Lil Wayne's traveling it-rapper circus is tacking on another night in March at the Nassau Coliseum, adding March 28th to March 27's long since sold-out show and adding all sorts of "who will guest on which night?" wrinkles to each evening's slate. Tickets are on sale even as we spe ... More >>
John Waters and Ann-Margret whip you into shape
Pic by Sebastian MlynarskiYes in My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent. Brooklyn's Golden Triangle are an art-dance wet-dream-turned-night-terror. They're less a band and more like what John Waters would imagine a band to be--shimmy and grind, ... More >>
On the Sons of the Bronx, George and Mike
Academy Awards heads-up: Basterds and biopsies.
Plus, which Tiger Woods mistress is trailer-ier?
In the week we talked Charlie Gibson into saying our name, twice, we apparently made fun of the Hold Steady for being middle-aged, although that wasn't really exactly what we meant to say. Right wingers still really hate Janeane Garofalo, huh? Other interviews: Smog's Bill Callahan on his new Somet ... More >>
via Milstead's MySpaceFrances Milstead and Divine at the Hairspray Premier in 1988 Sadly, Frances Milstead, beloved mother of the great screen comedian Divine, died this morning after a bout with cancer and some other health setbacks. The author of the memoir My Son Divine and the subject of the re ... More >>
I can stake a tiny little claim to pop culture history, which is that when John Waters was looking for '60s singer-dancer-actress Joey Heatherton to put in his movie Cry-Baby in 1990, I was able to provide him with her contact information. I know people in high places! And looking at this YouTube cl ... More >>
While his son basks in the spotlight, a senior moment for dad
Featuring the Voice's very own Michael Musto—and Karl Rove!
Arm yourself for the seasons biggest shows
Run for your life if you can, little girl: Julie Taymor's '60s-set musical is a bust
It might be fun, but isn't the Web more than a market?
From Hollywood to the Ballet, the Year In Sex Gets Mixed Reviews
Too late for the election, a politically relevant biopic makes the case for sexual tolerance
This Is Hardcore
Sundance's Real Deals
Beginning to See the Northern Lights
The Year in Princely Cock-Ups