Monthly Archives: June 2012

Eastland : Full Steam Ahead

With an audience of some of America’s foremost theatre critics, Lookingglass Theatre premiered their newest offering “Eastland , an original musical”  Written by Artistic Director , Andrew White, the show tells the story of the nautical disaster. In 1915, the … Continue reading

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Pandora Opens Her Boxx at SPIN

Saturday night those “Dolls of Drag” came to Boystown once again in celebration of Pride month.  “Girl Glamazon, Pandora Boxx ,  was the headliner at SPIN.  Warming up the crowd was fellow Drag Race sister and SPIN fave, “the Princess.”  … Continue reading

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Salute to Television Dads

Daddies are wonderful . They love you and teach you .  There have been quite a few daddies on television from the early years to now.  Here is my loving tribute to fathers everywhere, including one to my own daddy … Continue reading

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Let’s Celebrate a Beautiful Friend

Today we celebrate a woman who embodies beauty, talent , and the school  of hard knocks. She is an actress, has her own production company  , and a mom to boot.  Today we celebrate Courteney Cox on her birthday by … Continue reading

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Latrice Gets the “Royale” Treatment at Hydrate

Hydrate got a double treat last Saturday. Besides doll, Dida Ritz, Dida was joined by her fellow RuPaul sister, Latrice Royale. Latrice was voted unanimously Miss Congeniality by her fellow contestants and the viewing audience.  Latrice will also be one … Continue reading

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It’s A Boy! Shedd Announces New Member of the Family!

On Memorial Day, the Shedd Aquarium had a birth in the family. Piquet , a Pacific white sided dolphin gave birth to a boy dolphin. Shedd is one of four coops that are involved in breeding these special creatures. The … Continue reading

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TV Ends Season with a Bang!

May has traditionally meant the end of the television year. This is when the writers and creators churn out plots that make the viewers want to return in the fall to find out what happened.  It can also mean the … Continue reading

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