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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Your Sunday Stud: Justin Chase

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Beefcake Getting You Through the Night

Beefcake Foreplay

Beefcake Buffet

Happy Hour Beefcake: Singlet Men

Get Stuffed a la Beefcake

Peperoni Ripieni alla Piemontese

 This is a recipe for baked peppers stuffed with rice. (Margaret and G. Franco Romagnoli)

 Sweet Peppers, six large
Arborio Rice, one and a half cups
Sea Salt, one and a half teaspoons
Parsley, half cup chopped
Garlic cloves, three
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, half cup
Anchovy fillets, three
Capers, one tablespoon
Olives, three
Unsalted butter, one tablespoon
Oven, preheated 325F

1. Cut the peppers in half lengthwise, remove the seeds and stems
2. Blanch the shells in boiling salted water for 5 minutes
3. Cook the rice in salted boiling water for ten minutes and drain
4. Chop the parsley and garlic together until nearly a paste. Add it with 5 tablespoons of olive oil to the still hot rice and stir well
5. Mash the anchovies into the butter and cook the mixture with the remaining olive oil until the butter has melted and the anchovies have disintegrated
6. Chop the capers and olives finely into a paste and add them to the mixture while the anchovies cook. If you eliminate the anchovies cook the capers and olives until the butter melts.
7. Fill the pepper halves with the rice mixture and place them snugly in a casserole
8. Spoon a bit of the olive oil/butter mixture onto each pepper
9. Put about a quarter cup of water in the bottom of the pan to keep them from sticking

Bake for a half hour.
Serve hot or cold as an antipasto or as a side dish

Saturday Beefcake: Feel that tremor?

A Great Saturday Beefcake Redux for Late Morning Snacking

Something to keep the sugar blues away.

A Rousing Saturday Beefcake Morning to You!

Friday, September 28, 2012

Steve Carell Threatens

Thursday, September 27, 2012

A Father. A Husband. A Wife. He's fractured. He's torn. She's Manufactured. Description
SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY is the story of a fairly average newlywed couple with the some fairly new problems in their marriage. Quickly things do not appear as they seem. She is, in fact, a mechanical human prototype created by her husband and his boss, referred to simply as Dad. Balancing black comedy with social commentary, the play unravels the problems between the three, which, despite cutting-edge futuristic technology, remain savagely primal. Secrets are revealed and their relationships to each other begin to shift as they snowball toward a shattering, tragic, and darkly funny climax. Playing exclusively at The Manhattan Repertory Theatre 303 West 42nd St. (at 8th Ave) 6th Floor. Tickets are $20. Contains mature themes and language. Recommended for ages 16+ A new play by David A. Gregory Go here for more .

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Imperial Court of New York  
in association with
Giovanni Vitacolonna

Daytime Meets Nighttime II
“The Broadway tribute”
Saturday, November 10, 2012
                                                  Jan Hus Presbyterian Church
                                                     & Neighborhood House

The Imperial Court of New York is a 501(c)3 corporation and is the second oldest LGBT fundraising organization in the country and New York's most regal philanthropic organization serving the LGBT Community for the past 26 years.  Part of a proud tradition, the Court has raised millions of dollars for LGBT direct service charitable organizations that include HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ Homeless Youth Services, Youth scholarships and many other direct service groups in the NY/NJ area like the Center, Marriage Equality, The Trevor Project, Bailey House, Friends for Life, NJ Buddies, God’s Love We Deliver, ACRIA (AIDS Community Research Initiative of America) LIFEbeat (Music Industry Fights AID), Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, and Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, among others. We do it all while celebrating diversity and embracing the Royal fun of it all!    www.icny.org

Our Beneficiary:
The Jan Hus Presbyterian Church and Neighborhood house is located on the Upper Eastside of Manhattan and is home to the Jan Hus Playhouse Theater. This church was built in 1877 and gets its name from the great Czech Religious reformer Jan Hus.
Today, Jan Hus Church practices progressive thinking and is committed to encouraging and welcoming the full participation of the LGBT community in its congregation and within the church’s hierarchy. They are also active in social outreach, serving as a place of spiritual inspiration, worship and a beacon of hope to the community it serves. 
Rev. Ray Bagnuolo, the current pastor of Jan Hus is very proud of the church’s community programs which include a senior center, preschool, homeless outreach program, public cafeteria, AA meeting hall and theater. Recently, Pastor Ray participated in the workshop Carl Stillitano facilitates. After witnessing Carl’s unique ability to guide his participants with grace & integrity, he was inspired to familiarize himself with Carl’s writings. He was so impressed with Kenny & The Virgin Mary; he chose this production to bring the stage at Jan Hus back to life in order to co-create an entertainment venue which serves humanity. We fully support the efforts of Rev. Ray and the Jan Hus Church!

Imperial Court of New York, Inc. 
PO Box 613
New York, NY


ICNY is a 
501(c)3 Philanthropic Corporation

Monday, September 24, 2012

The Monday Muse: Colton Ford

Hey everyone. So I have a very special request. I'm launching a Kickstarter Campaign to raise money for the video for my new single, "Let Me Live Again," and to help me complete my 2013 calendar that I've shot with acclaimed photographer, Aaron Cobbett. Please check it out and consider making a contribution. It's really hard out there for artists, and this is a new way for us creative people to generate funds to help us do what we love to do. So please please please check it out, give what you can if you can, post, tweet, email and help me spread the word. I'm going to be on this for the next week and a half, cuz we don't have much time to raise the money, so pardon my relentlessness!! :-) Thanks, as always, for your support and love!! xo


Sunday, September 23, 2012

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Saturday Beefcake Goodnight Redux

Avoid the maddening crowd

Have a party for two

Saturday Beefcake: Wrestling is not Gay

It is homoerotic.

Saturday Afternoon Beefcake Pick Me Up Redux

That will get you through to cocktails