- November 2021
Yesterday at the 2021 Country Music Association Awards, when the Brothers Osborne won vocal duo of the year, TJ Osborne, who came out in February, kissed his boyfriend.
If this were back in the day, I'm pretty sure Osborne would be banned from "Hee Haw."
I would like to see what the next iteration of show business is. I think we’re in a transition period where people aren’t going to be going to movies on Friday night anymore. And depending on how this Covid thing goes, gathering in groups might not be a good idea for a while. So what’s the new thing? I think there are so many possibilities. I wish I was a 22-year-old starting again. There seems to be so many possibilities now. And I’d be getting a lot more sex with women.
Source: Between the Lines
I realize Halloween was a week ago, but I don't want you to miss this. The Barnard General Store in Barnard, Vt., ran these photos on its Facebook page the day after Halloween, along with a plea for information: "Does anyone know who little Freddie Mercury was yesterday? His picture MAY make it into the VT Standard this week, but we need his name, please!"
Elvis might be living on a desert island or in Kalamazoo, but Freddie Mercury is alive and well and living in central Vermont.
- October 2021
They say that bears have love affairs
And even camels
We're merely mammals
- September 2021
In her new memoir, Cassandra Peterson, aka Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, reveals she's been in a relationship with a woman for almost 20 years.
The time it'll take for Pat Robertson to draw a direct line between homosexuality and all things satanic, ghoulish and spooky? About the time it takes to devour a Reese's peanut butter pumpkin.
- August 2021
Josephine Baker, the St. Louis-born performer, spy and activist, will be reinterred on Nov. 30 in the Panthéon monument in Paris, the first Black woman to receive one of the highest honors France bestows on its citizens.
Baker moved to France in 1925, where her career as a singer and dancer exploded. During World War II, she joined the French resistance. She was the only female speaker at the 1963 March on Washington.
Baker was also famously bisexual. I assume she is not being honored for that . . . although we are talking about France here.
- April 2021
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