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Check out the web series Where The Bears Are on YouTube! Says WhereTheBearsAre: “Where the Bears Are is a comedy web series about three big, hairy, gay men living together in Silverlake California, who find themselves caught up in a murder mystery. It’s the Golden Girls meets Murder She Wrote, with Bears.” They had me at bears.
This looks AMAZING. From the YouTube description: “Until the year 1971, being gay in Finland could land you in jail for years. There was a boy born in 1920. In his childhood, he drew pictures of naked men. While drawing, he wore only leather boots. As a young man, he fought in the war and had sex with his fellow soldiers, both Finnish and German. During his adulthood, he lived a double life. By day, a talented advertising artist and a pianist, by night a genius creator of erotic drawings. We remember him through leather, huge muscles, even larger cocks and humour – empowering the masculine gay man. We know who Tom of Finland is. Now meet Touko.” (via SquareHippies)
Oh, they know about popular. As part of his “intimate” North American tour to support his new album The Origin of Love, Mika played Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village, where he brought Kristin Chenoweth on stage to sing “The Popular Song” (which samples HER song “Popular” from Wicked, of course). And everybody in the joint just went up in foam and thunder, as you might expect. (via Next)
That’s the latest to come out of the never-ending investigation into her 1981 drowning death. The National Enquirer – WHICH IS RIGHT ALMOST 40% OF THE TIME AND BREAKS A LOT OF STORIES, YOU KNOW – claims to have uncovered documentation – an official lifeguard log – which suggests “Robert Wagner and Walken had engaged in a sexual act and that Wood may have walked in on them and set off the chain of events which lead to her untimely and still unexplained death. The Daily Mail says the note, “which is torn and illegible in parts, reads ‘also known Chris Walken and Robert Wagner were engaged in sexual activity in cab of boat… (illegible)…that Ms Woods found both of them together (illegible)…stated they took her away in a (illegible)…was the last time she was seen alive.’ The Los Angeles County lifeguard, who worked with detectives on the case, told The Enquirer he made the notes on the log after detectives told him that it was a scenario that were considering as a possible motive for any crime that might have been committed on the boat.” Wagner’s publicist, Alan Nierob, said that he would not comment on the report, and declined to be interviewed. Read the whole story here.