The whole world's gone gaga over Aretha's sparkly gray hat. Even lesbian talk show host Ellen DeGeneres wore a crude copy of the $175 dollar creation of Luke Song, the Korean born milliner who's struggling to keep up with requests for the fanciful chapeau.
Is Aretha's Gray Hat some sort of alien mind control device? (Shut up.)
Michael Lehet joins us to discuss Spamalot which is rocking the Auditorium Theater here in Chicago.
We loved Spamalot! The musical is a non stop spectacle filled with laughs and a fabulous gay storyline. We highly recommend going to it even if you aren't familiar with the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail on which the show based.
In the touring production the legendary actor Richard Chamberlain portrays King Arthur and man the guy has a lot of spunk for his age. He's 75 years old and kicks butt. No kidding. Tickets start at $25, it's a guaranteed good time.
Also check out some fabulous Monty Python clips on YouTube if you aren't familiar with Monty Python.
History was made as Barack Hussein Obama became the 44th President of the United States, sworn to defend the U.S. Constitution which, at one time, defined blacks as three-fifths of a person.
As our country's 44th president, does Obama have the Formula 44 to relieve the symptoms that plague this nation?
The very funny Cameron Espositio joins us to reflect on this joyful, momentous occasion as we compare Evangelist Rick Warren's predictable prayer with Gay Episcopalian Bishop Gene Robinson's inclusive invocation.
Celebrities from Bono to Oprah showed up in full force, and divas like Beyonce and Aretha delivered the goods.
Oh that hat! Aretha Franklin, sporting a gray hat with an over the top bedazzled bow sang "My Country 'Tis of Thee."
Besides her striking fashion, what everyone's chatting about on the internet is how Aretha let out a quick "shut up" in the middle of her song, possibly at somebody in the crowd who wouldn't presumably stop talking. If you listen to this several times, you could swear she's getting possessed by Dick Cheney. Fight the evil Aretha!
Plus Jim Bennet joins us on the phone from Washington D.C. to share with us what it was like to be there for this moment in history.
We received our Best GLBT podcast award in the mail today. So all the awards from 2006, 2007 and yes 2008 make a happy little family and they look so good together.
Thank you so much for you support. We also received some lovely gifts from listeners: a sweet donation and a hot calendar of sexy men from Beverly Bacci and a cute Panda Hat from Elsie. Thanks babes!
Mahmut Aygün, the man credited with inventing the doner kebab died at age 87. We will be forever grateful to him for his tasty, meaty treats.
Just because you're attractive doesn't mean you can't be funny.
Writer and comedian Keith Ecker just broke up with his boyfriend six months ago and has worked hard to get in shape and pursue his dreams of becoming a professional comedian. And let me tell you, the guy looks goodand he's funny.
On today's show we dive into fitness and comedy as we examine our fascination with athletic men, exercise magazines and gym culture. Keith joins us in sharing some real-life dating horror stories and his plans on video blogging shirtless. Will he do it? (He did.)
Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO takes a five month leave of absence due to complex medical issues. The charismatic computer pioneer was instrumental re-ignighting the digital media revolution with its ITunes Music Store adoption of podcasts and the portable media players, the iPod.
Obama's Speech may be a virus. Spammers are taking advantage of the President-Elect's popularity by sending out e-mail messages disguising links to computer viruses as newsworthy sites.
Photographer Theirry Bouet is striking a chord with people's fear of children with his new photo gallery of freaky, ugly babies.