July 29, 2007
By Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
Sunday, 7/29/2007 12:00 AM
My absence from this page can best be summed up by quoting Geraldine Page as Miss Alma, in the film version of Tennessee William’s “Summer and Smoke.” When her exasperated preacher father asks her what he’s to tell the town as to why she refuses to get dressed or leave the parsonage, she answers profoundly (as only Ms. Page could) - “Tell them I have changed, and I am waiting to see in what way...”
While I wait, my friend Paul, aka the legendary Mrs. Mouth (Thursdays at Midnight, CH.67), brought to my attention a letter published in something called The Villager, that claimed in 1969 I was running around in dresses while living on Horatio Street. Since even in my willowy youth I looked crappy in couture, much less ready-to-wear (which I’m STILL not ready for), I read on to ... Read More
SEPARATED AT BIRTH?
By Lady Bunny
Wednesday, 7/18/2007 12:00 AM
SEE THIS MOVIE NOW! I LOVED IT! 3 SNAPS UP! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
By Lady Bunny
Friday, 7/6/2007 12:00 AM
It was #2 at the box office last weekend and I pray it's #1 this weekend. Forget buzz, I hear an Oscar ROAR in the distance! Unlike his Bush-bashing Farenheit 9/11, the national frustration with health care crosses party lines and Moore's treatment of what could be a dull list of facts is transormed into an entertaining expose with humor, a few tears, a ton of information and valuable comparisons between our health "care" system vs those of other countries, including even Cuba. We lose in comparison to each country, and we've dropped on the list of health care quality to 37, right above Slovenia. (A cameo from Sascha Baron Cohen as a Slovenian quack would have been heaven!) And as wronged as one feels hearing the horror stories of doctors who are given bonuses by denying insurance valid claims, Moore doesn't just gripe. He clearly demonstrates that ... Read More