Monthly Archives: April 2006

Why Is The Window Dirty, Natasha?

Finally, the Strangers With Candy movie trailer is available on You Tube. [This tip from both SWC Superfan Tony and SWC Superfan Katie]  On a related note, Amy’s book cover is on Amazon, which I only just realized now also.  I need to … Continue reading

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The View

For those of you in New York, the “secret” show wasn’t quite such a secret, so now I can tell you about it: Kiki & Herb are playing Joe’s Pub on May 2nd & 3rd at 11:45pm, billed as the … Continue reading

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Every Secret Thing

Last night E and I had dinner with some friends of his.  In what will be a related note, Jill had just called the other day to say she’d be in town for the Strangers With Candy movie premiere, which I … Continue reading

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A Madonna-related Public Service Annnouncement

I have two tickets to Madonna for sale if anyone would like to buy them.  If not, they’re going on Craigslist next week.  I’m selling them for the same as I paid, which is a completely ridiculous $748.30 for the pair: MadonnaMadison Square Garden, … Continue reading

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Kirstie Alley And The Chocolate Starfish

I heard some horrible news this morning – the Scissor Sisters are playing the Bowery Ballroom, and both nights are sold out, and naturally I don’t have a goddamn ticket because I only just heard about it now.  What’s up with that?  It’s so … Continue reading

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I’ve Heard It All Before

I was poking around Craiglist, trying to gauge how hard it will be for E and I to offload our spare sets of Madonna tickets.  Yes, there’s an “s” on the end of the word “set.”  We bought some good … Continue reading

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Him name Hartnett Green Towel

On Saturday afternoon, lookinfortime and I attended a screening of Josh Hartnett And The Lucky Towel, which surprisingly much better than I had expected, which is to say, I expected it to be not very good, and it was okay.  … Continue reading

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