Maybe it's because everyone's sick of fighting over gay marriage. Maybe it's because our rightblogger friends' tactic of Adam-and-Steving the issue hasn't helped their increasingly hopeless cause, even within the Republican Party. In any case some of the brethren are working a new angle.
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On Thursdays your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from thrift stores, estate sales, and flea markets.
The Woman magazine
Date: December, 1941
Publisher: Farrell Publishing, Chicago
Discovered at: A junkshop in Kokomo, Indiana
The Cover Promises: T ... More >>
I recently told you that Kristen Stewart is one of the best interviews out there, because she'll actually spill what she's feeling at the moment, sometimes in rather graphic terms.
And what she's feeling right now--as she told Marieclaire UK--is like a big c word.
After 30 years of marriage and three kids, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman are my final hope that there's a show biz family unit that will be here forever.
I mean somebody's got to stay married amidst all the domestic uncertainty in Hollywood, and lord knows those two are a solid fit from their tiny ... More >>
In her illustrious career, Meryl Streep has played every type of human and accent under the sun, but I've always thought, "And yet she's never tried to go down on a banana! Onscreen anyway!"
But now she's attempted it.
Grace Lee Boggs, the 96-year-old political activist from Detroit, will be speaking at the New School tonight. The Voice had the chance to interview Boggs on Friday and will be posting our interview next week. Though confined to a wheelchair, the nonagenarian activist keeps up a busy work and travel ... More >>
Happy International Women's Day: if you are a married and educated woman in America, you probably make a lot less money than your husband -- a fact which might have prompted ladies to leave the U.S. workforce in droves, economists say.
Reuters reports that the Federal Reserve is set to release a n ... More >>
With advances in same-sex marriage equality on the march in the states of Washington, Maryland and New Jersey, this week could possibly shape up to be as historically gay as last week was for the institution of marriage.
To discuss what all of this state-by-state activity meant for same-sex couple ... More >>
Patrick McMullanMichael and Marina Levitis invited me to their Rasputin restaurant in Sheepshead Bay (2670-Coney Island Avenue; 718-332-8111), so I put on my Cossack hat, grabbed some friends, and raced there with my tongue out to help celebrate the place's 20th anniversary in style.
When we ... More >>
The New York Post has some new numbers on the state of marriage in the city, revealing that approximately one couple out of every 15 will apply for a marriage license, pay the $35 fee, and then not ever go through with getting married (or take a very long time to do it). 32,794 couples applie ... More >>
New York's attorney general is working to prove the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. AG Eric Schneiderman filed a brief today, the New York Times reports, supporting Edith Windsor, who is suing the United States because the federal government would not recognize her Canadian ... More >>
As we countdown excitedly to same-sex marriages in New York State, a small number of detractors are protesting by quitting their jobs. Following the lead of Barker town clerk Laura Fotusky, who last week resigned so as not to have to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, citing "the law of ... More >>
After July 24, no oneThe New York Civil Liberties Union has created an excellent guide to what same-sex couples can expect legally after they've tied the knot. The Marriage Equality Act creates a certain level of legal equality for same-sex couples under New York State law, but in no way does ... More >>
Governor Cuomo formally introduced same-sex marriage legislation today, a key victory for activists pushing for a vote in the state Senate regardless of any assurance of passage. And another Republican senator, Roy McDonald, from the Capital Region, broke ranks and announced support, giving the Marr ... More >>
It's not that we're bitter, it's just that, do engaged people have to appropriate everything for their marital purposes? It seems they're always out trying to get a better deal, trying to save a little cash while also having the truly original, special (and cheap!) weddings they've dreamed of ... More >>
There's lucky, and then there's not so lucky. While unloading his family's minivan after a trip to Great Adventure yesterday, Long Islander Phil Colacioppo ended up the victim of a lighting strike from last night's crazy storm. Which is pretty damn unlucky -- your chance of being struck by li ... More >>
Monolith-helming corporate magnates not withstanding, as far as NYC media types go, Laurel Touby is loaded. She can and will stunt on you. The former freelance writer founded MediaBistro -- that website with the jobs and the pricy seminars for people who don't actually get paid to write and t ... More >>
This is ironic: Studies are now suggesting that Charles Darwin's family suffered from a rash of birth and growth defects. Because of inbreeding. Like, serious inbreeding. Like, he was schtupping his first cousin. Via Yahoo/LiveScience: