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Neal B covering the GLAAD Media Awards LIVE with Elisa S. & ArtofTalk.tv – Spread the Word!

Get Glaad! - GLAAD Media Awards 2010

Get Glaad! - GLAAD Media Awards 2010

Amazing ArtofTalk.tv has asked Elisa S. and I to cover  for the 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards in  New York City on March 13, 2010! The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.



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Slated to appear at this year’s ceremonies are Joy Behar (recipient of the Excellence in Media Award), Sex and The City’s Cynthia Nixon, the cast of Broadway’s Hair,Sigourney Weaver and Jay Manuel (America’s Top Model) to name a few.

Well be doing video interviews and live tweeting the carpet (@artoftalk,#GlaadMediaAwards).  Let us know the questions you’d like us to ask your favorite celebs!

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from http://www.eonline.com:

J.D. Salinger probably wouldn’t want you to read this.

The devoutly private author of The Catcher in the Rye, who denounced publishing, refused interviews and declined Hollywood’s advances to turn his seminal novel of alienation, hunting caps and phonies into a movie, died Wednesday at his longtime New Hampshire hideaway, it was revealed today. He was 91. (more…)

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from: http://www.tmz.com/#ixzz0db5RtY8d
Brad PittBrad Pitt and Angeline Jolie are not pulling the plug on their relationship, multiple people directly connected with the couple tell TMZ.

There’s a report out that Brad and Angie are calling it quits. One source — who should know — says, “It’s B.S.”

It is now safe to step back from the ledge.

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Word is that the famous couple of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who are often called “Brangelina” has split. After visiting a famous Beverly Hills attorney the couple has come to an agreement to split their massive fortune and to share custody of their children, though the kids will physically reside with Jolie. The couple has been together for five years and has six children. Three adopted kids (Maddox, eight, Pax, six, and Zahara, five), and three biological kids (Shiloh, three, and 17- month-old twins Knox and Vivienne). The official announcement of the couples split is expected soon, ending months of speculation that the union was on the rocks.

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from http://mygloss.com/buzz/2010/01/06/casey-johnson-funeral-sandra-bullock-makes-history-200-million-film-kathy-griffin-banned-cnn:

Sandra Bullock makes history!  Bullock’s hit movie  The Blind Side became the first movie in history to pass the$200 million mark with only one top-billed female star, according to PEOPLE.  The Blind Side earned $208.5 million in box office sales.

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From Eonline.com:


Usually when Sandra Bullock gets a makeover, it’s to become a beauty queen or some sassy Southern mom saving lives. But on Lopez TonightGeorge Lopez transformed America’s Sweetheart into a chola, which is kinda weird, we know. Now we gotta watch more often. Does he do this to all his guests?

Naturally, Sandy B. rocked the Sharpie brows and lip liner because, lets face it, she can do anything.

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I had the opportunity to addend the movie premiere and red carpet  for the new movie, “Truth Unspoken”.


Truth Unspoken - Click to watch the video!

Truth Unspoken - Click to watch the video!


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from www.sindhtoday.net:

October, 5, 2009

London Oct 5 (IANS) “Sex and the City” actress Kristin Davis’ photographer boyfriend Russell James treats her like a princess.

“He has put a lot into making this work. He’s made Kristin a princess and she loves every minute. It’s been terribly passionate and romantic. He showers Kristin with gifts and love notes, like a teenage boy in love,” femalefirst.co.uk quoted a source as saying.

The two began dating earlier this year and James wants to make her feel as special as possible and has been lavishing her with presents.

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Throughout the month of October we will be saluting people(s) who have made a positive contribution to the LGBT community.

Already, had have looked at Marti Cummings from BroadwaySpeaksOut.com, Harvey Milk and Matthew Shepard and his family.

OCTOBER 4, 2009


Website: http://www.clevejones.com/

Click to Watch Cleve

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Cleve Jones in 1978 - Click to Watch

(c) Jerry Pritikin-1978 = Cleve Jones in 1978 - Click to Watch

Click to watch Cleve

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I was fortunate to hear Cleve Jones speak a few weeks ago.  Click the pictures above to hear his touching and passionate words.

From Wikipedia.com:

Cleve Jones (born October 10, 1954) is an American AIDS and LGBT rights activist. He conceived of theNAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt which has become, at 54 tons, the world’s largest piece of community folk art as of 2009. In 1983, at the onset of the AIDS pandemic Jones co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation which has grown into one of the largest and most influential People with AIDSadvocacy organizations in the United States.

Jones was born in West LafayetteIndiana. His career as an activist began in San Francisco during the turbulent 1970s when he was befriended by pioneer gay rights leader Harvey Milk. He worked as a student intern in Milk’s office while studying political science at San Francisco State University. In 1978, Milk was assassinated along with San Francisco’s Mayor George Moscone. Jones went to work in the district office of State Assemblyman Art Agnos.

In 1983, when AIDS was still a new and poorly understood threat, Jones co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Jones conceived the idea of the AIDS Memorial Quilt at a candlelight memorial for Harvey Milk in 1985 and in 1987 created the first quilt panel in honor of his friend Marvin Feldman. The AIDS Memorial Quilt has grown to become the world’s largest community arts project, memorializing the lives of over 85,000 Americans killed by AIDS.

While in San Francisco, Jones took part in a documentary about the HIV/AIDS epidemic, speaking during World AIDS Day in 2005. In the documentary he talks about the idea behind the AIDS Memorial Quilt, as well as the activism of San Francisco citizens in the 1970s and 80s to help people affected by AIDS and to figure out what the disease was. The film also looks at the impact HIV/AIDS is having in communities of color, and the young. The title of the film is Echoes of Yourself in The Mirror.

Jones has been working with UNITE HERE, the hotel, restaurant, and garment workers union on homophobia issues. He is a driving force behind the Sleep With The Right People campaign, which aims to convince GLBT tourists to stay only in hotels that respect the rights of their workers. Another part of Jones’ work with UNITE HERE is making the labor movement more open to GLBT members.


Jones is portrayed by actor Emile Hirsch in Milk, director Gus Van Sant‘s 2008 biopic of Harvey Milk.

Jones is prominently featured in And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS EpidemicRandy Shilts‘ best-selling 1987 work of nonfiction about the AIDS epidemic in the United States. Jones was also featured in the 1995 documentary The Castro.

Jones was one of the Official Grand Marshals of the 2009 NYC LGBT Pride March, produced by Heritage of Pride joining Dustin Lance Blackand Anne Kronenberg on June 28th, 2009.[1] In August 2009, Jones was an official Grand Marshal of the Vancouver Pride Parade.

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