TV’s Mythical Lesbian Bar


FREEFORM Gay women looking for a cool night out will find better prospects on their screens than their streets. By: Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner/Marie Claire Kat and her chic friends sip cocktails at a packed lesbian hotspot in Manhattan on The Bold Type. In Almost Family’s version of Brooklyn, Tiffany lamps adorn a retro sports bar full of athleticContinue reading “TV’s Mythical Lesbian Bar”

BLOODBATH IN TULSA?


  It’s not a warning its an invitation!   At 6:34 am Friday morning. President Trump in a tweet  warned “anarchists” and other “agitators” not to disrupt his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma “Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you haveContinue reading “BLOODBATH IN TULSA?”

Covid 19 “Exhale”


It’s a lot, the world! Civil Unrest, a pandemic virus without a cure, ecomonic crises, looming unemployment. In the last few weeks, I’ve gone from kay sera sera to a dark place  Its sadness and depression. Too sad to cry.   My new normal is work, supermarket and home. For nearly two weeks, I avoided allContinue reading “Covid 19 “Exhale””

Normal? The Ricki Lake Show


                   For eleven years we waited for the door bell.  The door bell was an indication someone was about the get busted.   The Ricki Lake Show came on during the early nineties when talk shows were in vogue.  Everyone wanting to be the next Donahue or Oprah.Continue reading “Normal? The Ricki Lake Show”

Buy Racial


Have you noticed an increase in interracial commercials? Last night, I saw a commercial featuring a Indian man and a white woman. It not just whites and blacks, its Hispanics and blacks, Hispanics and whites, Asians and whites and it’s goes on. Initially, I thought it was a Sacramento phenom. Sactown is culturally diverse andContinue reading “Buy Racial”

The Enduring Joy of Fran Drescher


  Twenty-one years after the end of The Nanny, we’re still in her thrall. By Matthew Schneier/the cut,com @matthewschneier Photographs by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari What you first need to understand is that I learned joie de vivre from The Nanny. Literally, as in the phrase: It sneaked into the theme song to describeContinue reading “The Enduring Joy of Fran Drescher”

Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less


The story on Super Tuesday, was Joe Biden.  A candidate who’s candidacy was just a  forgone conclusion a week ago .  No wins, no money, no ground game!  As of this post, Joe Biden has won nine states.  He won in states where he didn’t campaign or spend advertising dollars. Bernie Sanders won three states.Continue reading “Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less”

Reclaiming My Smile


Say his name, Say his name and heads spin around, people lean in and then were are off on yet another round of the Presidents crimes and misdemeanors. I love “The View’s”  Joy Behar but I’m turning on her.  Ok she hates Trump,. Yes, yes, yes. She reminds viewers on every single episode.. She worksContinue reading “Reclaiming My Smile”

Big Sexy From South Korea the Genesis GV80


Picture: Google Hyundai’s Luxury Division Genesis has been making noise in the last few years. However their car sales has been slow.  The good/bad news is so has every other car maker except one (T) sadly its an SUV world and Genesis is joining the party with its new GV80. Make no mistake, while GenesisContinue reading “Big Sexy From South Korea the Genesis GV80”

Page six: ‘ABC treated Abby like s–t:’ Inside Abby Huntsman’s exit from ‘The View’


By: Carlos Greer,Sara Nathan and Mara Siegler Abby Huntsman announced on Monday  she’ quitting “The View” to join her father, Jon Huntsman Jr., on his Utah gubernatorial campaign. But Page Six is told that the campaign isn’t the real reason for her exit from the ABC fixture, which has recently been rocked by a breakdownContinue reading “Page six: ‘ABC treated Abby like s–t:’ Inside Abby Huntsman’s exit from ‘The View’”