It’s My Party
One of the first films to address AIDS spotlights a gay man who throws himself a final bash.
It’s 40 years after Stonewall, a significant milestone in the long quest for LGBT civil rights.
“Everyone can afford an interior designer.” So says Joseph M. Matthews 3d, model, business owner and all-around good guy. “Most people have the idea that you have to be rich to use an interior designer. They think that unless you make over $200,000 a year, you have to do it all yourself.” But according to the owner of Matthews Interior Design, working with a designer might actually save you money, as he can get items for cost, not to mention the benefit of working with a design professional. A board member of the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund, Matthews is also the chair for “Toy,” the annual holiday toy drive that raises funds for DVLF and collects toys for kids living with HIV. Mark your calendars early for this event, Dec. 4 at the Marketplace Design Center.
“I never thought in a million years I’d be chosen,” Sandy Young said about being one of 10 finalists competing on the second season of TV Land’s reality show “She’s Got The Look.
If you watch television at all, no matter how infrequently, chances are you’ve seen Alec Mapa in something.
One of the many definitions of “noble” is “admirable in dignity of conception, manner of expression, execution or composition.
It’s a rare feat when a young up-and-coming band can follow up an impressive debut album with a superior second album, but Girl in a Coma has done just that with sophomore effort “Trio B.
Now available on DVD is “Lesbian Nation,” an excellent compilation of short films celebrating lesbian talent in front of and behind the camera.
In the fickle and competitive world of DJing, anyone closing in on 30 years in business and who has worked with artists like Madonna, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Prince, Cyndi Lauper and The Pet Shop Boys has to be some kind of a legend, right?
“They say that,” DJ Junior Vasquez said about his reputation.