#WeekendInstagram: Madge, Kylie, Miley, Michelle, Sharon, Amanda, Nicole, JLo, JLaw, Rosie, Taraji, Serena…


Here's a sh*t load of snaps from my always-entertaining Instaglam feed over the weekend: Miley was with pals in Vegas, Madonna hit #1, Michelle Visage & Sharon Needles were on the road again, Nicole Richie & Derek Blasberg were all smiles in Sydney to see Kylie, Bradley Cooper & Jlaw were on the red carpet for Serena, E!'s Marc Malkin stalked ... See the Rest

#HowBezar: Bradford Shellhammer’s “Bezar” New Site Launches Today


In 2013, Bradford Shellhammer stepped down as chief design officer of Fab, the design shopping site he founded in 2011 along with Jason Goldberg, the company’s CEO. Fab was a hit early on, scooping up hundreds of millions in venture capital, but it started to experience growing pains. To keep up with the pace, it swelled from a 14-people to over ... See the Rest

#DirtyLaundry: Author Kevin Sessums’ Long, Strange Trip From The Valley To “The Mountain”…


My old friend, Kevin Sessums could be my older brother. We've had similar lives, both being gay, from the south and moving to the big (New York) City at a young age. But he's honestly had a FAR more glamorous life than I (I'm not being falsely modest) and he's had to be MUCH braver than I could ever be... On his 53rd birthday he woke up in the ... See the Rest

#VDay: 14 Artists Give You Dozens of Roses For Valentine’s Day

Annie Liebovitz

"What's in a name? that which we call a rose/ by any other name would smell as sweet." –William Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet Flowery prose and art for you on Valentine's Day. What more do you want in a post? From Picasso's "Rose Period" to Annie Liebovitz's portrait of Bette Midler who is "The Rose" and a dozen others too. Love and art. All ... See the Rest

#Optimism: The Future Was Better – 2015 Edition


“Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, you are unlikely to step up and take responsibility for making it so." –Noam Chomsky I love this quote because it articulates the reasoning behind "being positive" which turns off so many people, likely because they feel accused of ... See the Rest

#CyberMonday: Support Your Local Artists (Like Me!)


I would say this is a shameless self-promotion, except that it's really neither. Well, I AM plugging my own website, as I, like every other viral marketer is using social media to get the word out today. But I'm not ashamed. I'm an artist and my work is really about connecting with people who like art and want to have it as part of their lives, not ... See the Rest

Only In New York: We Are Fam-il-y, Part II


So, Thursday night was the second installment of Nora Burn's New York Stories at the Stonewall Inn. I was lucky enough to be in attendance, as well as tell of my own little slice of Big Apple pie. The lineup (other than yours truly) was pretty legendary, as was the audience, who likely had stories that were just as good. We learned that: Nora ... See the Rest

New York Stories II: 80s / 90s Edition


So, Nora Burns (of the fabulous Unitard) is hosting another night of her New York Stories. (I get nervous even mentioning it as I'm on the list of story tellers this time.) From the announcement: "Do you remember when New York City was a wonderland of fabulous freaks and misfit toys? When there were hookers instead of the Highline and you ... See the Rest