Two legends have died in recent days here in LA — artist Mike Kelley and "Soul Train" creator/host Don Cornelius. Since I came to LA from Chicago two months ago, two legendary people, in their own rights, have died from my hometown. The first was artist Lee Groban. The second is a man named John Pennycuff — a gay rights activist, community builder, and all-around nice person and energy-sender. His … [Read more...] about RIP John Pennycuff, Gay Rights Activist and Great Guy
So I'm in Los Angeles, and my bros Dave Mata and Steven LaGroue are in from Chicago, and they're DJ-ing a slew of nights, including the notorious Funky Sole at the Echo this Saturday, which grows a line so long you'd think there's some "American Idol: Soul Train" in the works. But the show to go to is tonight, Friday, at this place called Los Globos in Silver Lake (3040 W Sunset Blvd, 10pm, … [Read more...] about Legendary Lowrider Soul DJ Night in LA. Tonight! Check It.
I was psyched that the Beverly Center bathrooms had these handy contraptions so that I could safely secure my baby while I used the facilities. If I lost my baby — if she crawled out underneath the door while I was dropping a deuce, and someone scooped her up — I would just die. … [Read more...] about The Pinnacle of Child Safety Contraptions
"I call this look, From Brad Majors' Bedroom to Professional Vroom-Vroom."—Stylist Brad Goreski … [Read more...] about More Pictures: Stylist Brad Goreski VS. Brad Majors From Rocky Horror Picture Show