A week has gone by and I’m still in complete shock and total disbelief by the sudden death of Will Rosenbalm. And I’m still at a loss for words. I’ve been trying to post this since I got the bad news, but I keep pressing the delete button. I also tried to post something on
Growing up in Los Angeles, one can sort of forget about the small wonders that this city has to offer. It’s so easy to go on and act jaded and OVER it, when in fact one has never actually DONE it. Take the Hollywood Sign for example; I tend to forget that it’s there. I
Everyone think’s they’re funny, but very few people are–and the ones who INSIST they are funny, tend to be THAT much less. The Hollywood StarLine Tour mini buses are a very common sight on Santa Monica Blvd with those cutout rooftops that remind me of an open can of tuna, or like a mini van
I went to see Dita Von Teese last night at the world Famous House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard for her “Strip Strip Hooray” burlesque extravaganza. This was the last show in Los Angeles before she makes her next stop in New York. “My name is Paulo Murillo,” I told the man holding the clipboard.
“Wake up Los Angeles!” Madonna shouted into the crowd at the Staples Center arena this past Wednesday, Oct 10th. And I was like, “Bitch! Your ass is two and half hours late! You got a lot of fuckin’ nerve!” Yup, the MDNA concert ticket stub read 8pm, but the lights dimmed at around 10:35 and
Recovery website The Fix (www.thefix.com) posted an article written by some asshole named Duncan Roy last week which delves into an exploration of sexual hangups, hypocrisy, internalized homophobia and resentments with the tabloid headliner that reads: “The Problem with Gay AA.” Of course, every sober WeHo and WeHo adjacent queen is all up in a…”hiss
I recently took my new Cannon Rebel TSi for a test run to a Point Foundation fundraiser dinner and concert at the gorgeous Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. The Point Foundation awards scholarships to LGBTQ students who are pursuit of higher education, but lack the funds to do so because they don’t have familial or