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MANHATTAN —  Nothing says New York like a Jell-O-like model of Manhattan’s famous skyline.

Liz Hickok’s “Jelly NYC,” a 3-D replica of the Financial District and Lady Liberty, is just one of a series of unconventional cartographies on display at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery’s fall exhibit, “You Are Here: Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City.”

The collection, which also includes a chart of Craig’s List “missed connections” sites, a map of Manhattan bodegas, and an active bee honeycomb shaped in the form of the five boroughs, was brought together by Seattle-based guest curator Katharine Harmon.

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This is a great cause and I urge you to please go to this if you can.  Check out the video from last year’s red carpet!

Tickets here: https://www.hmi.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=257

The Emery Awards, held annually, honor those individuals and corporations who exemplify Hetrick-Martin’s mission of providing a safe and supportive environment for all young people – regardless of their sexual orientation or identity as well as those who have demonstrated outstanding leadership within our community.

Hosted by: Wendy Williams

Honorees: Arianna Huffington, Ryan Murphy (Creator of Glee) and Marc Ecko

Auction Host: Bethenny Frankel

Unconfirmed Special Appearances by: Cheyenne Jackson, Mary-Louise Parker, Robert Verdi, Heather Matarazzo, B.D. Wong and Andy Bell

I had the phenomenal opportunity to cover closing night at the 48th Annual New York Film Festival.  The closing night movie was the premiere of actor/director Clint Eastwood’s new movie “Hereafter”.  I got to catch up with him and the rest of the magnificent stars of the movie!


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I had the privilege of speaking to two of the cast members of “Leap of Faith”, which will hopefully be making it’s Broadway debut sometime next year.  Not only did we get to chat about the show, but here’s a backstage look at the show!

Ozzy OsbourneOzzy Osbourne sounds ready to bite somebody’s head off. 

The British rock god released a statement saying he was “disgusted” by a Kansas-based church’s choice to play his music on the steps of the United States Supreme Court today. Continue Reading »


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I was asked to write a little something for http://www.iwillbeokay.com/, so here it is (unedited):

I am sharing my story let anyone out there know –you are not alone. There have been a horrific amount of teenage suicides due to bullying. It just breaks my heart to know what those family members are feeling. No one should ever get to a point where they feel entirely helpless. I want to say to anyone out there feeling that way, take it as a learning experience to educate others. Continue Reading »

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Kathie Lee Gifford hosts the second annual Born for Broadway concert — to benefit the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation — Oct. 4 at 8 PM at New World Stages.

Ragtime Tony nominee Marcia Milgrom Dodge directs the evening, which features musical direction by Larry Yurman.

The evening boasts performances by “Glee” star Jenna Ushkowitz as well as Adrian Bailey, Jim Brochu, Brandi Burkhardt, Ben Cook, Christopher Cox, Quentin Earl Darrington, Malcolm Gets, Josh Grisetti, Leigh Ann Larkin, Lesley Gore, Chad Kimball, Carole Lasser, Jamie Laverdiere, Eliza Hayes Mayer, Jeff McLean, Kathleen Monteleone, Christiane Noll, Orfeh, Robert Petkoff, Chris Pinnella, Sarah Rosenthal, Kaylie Rubinaccio, Bobby Steggert, Ali Stroker, John Tartaglia, Jenna Ushkowitz, Josh Walden, Noah Weisberg,

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is dedicated to “curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis through grants, information and advocacy.” For more information visit website at www.ChristopherReeve.org.


  • Joey Kemmerling says decision to reveal his sexual orientation triggered bullying at school
  • Coming out evoked a firestorm of vicious taunts and life threats, Joey says
  • Teen began a Facebook page for bullying victims to share their stories

Editor’s note: Bullying is in our schools, and it’s online. Why do kids do it? What can be done to put an end to it? Don’t miss an “AC360°” special report in collaboration with People magazine, “Bullying: No Escape,” all this week at 10 p.m. ET on CNN. Continue Reading »