Seeing A Streetcar Named Desire at Lonny Chapman Theatre #lathr

Seeing A Streetcar Named Desire at Lonny Chapman Theatre #lathr

Charity Concert at Whiskey A GoGo… good cause, good music till 11pm. Only $10 cover. Worth it.

Charity Concert at Whiskey A GoGo… good cause, good music till 11pm. Only $10 cover. Worth it.

kovas:

KOVAS Hollywood music motion picture dropping Tues Sept 9 At Midnight ET on IAmKOVAS.com @cancunshawty #kovas #kovashollywood #kovito


New music video I shot, produced and edited forKOVAS dropping 9/9/14

kovas:

KOVAS Hollywood music motion picture dropping Tues Sept 9 At Midnight ET on IAmKOVAS.com @cancunshawty #kovas #kovashollywood #kovito

New music video I shot, produced and edited forKOVAS dropping 9/9/14

(via kovashollywood)

Our view from a roof top birthday party of new friends I made at a karoke joint in Astora. Karaoke brings people together. #nyc

Our view from a roof top birthday party of new friends I made at a karoke joint in Astora. Karaoke brings people together. #nyc

McSorley’s Old Ale House.. having a draft, cheese plate and a steak sandwhich… a must stop while in NYC. Ab Lincoln had a draft here in his day.

McSorley’s Old Ale House.. having a draft, cheese plate and a steak sandwhich… a must stop while in NYC. Ab Lincoln had a draft here in his day.

East Coast Premier of RYAN IS LOST is Tonight at 7:45pm 
Venue #11 The Paradise Factory (next door to La Mama)
64 East 4th St. #FringeNYC my first time in 10 years to be back on the NY stage.

East Coast Premier of RYAN IS LOST is Tonight at 7:45pm
Venue #11 The Paradise Factory (next door to La Mama)
64 East 4th St. #FringeNYC my first time in 10 years to be back on the NY stage.

Papaya King NYC… can’t visit NYC without stopping by to grab some of this goodness.

Papaya King NYC… can’t visit NYC without stopping by to grab some of this goodness.

Washington Square Park annual light Saber Fight. #starwars #lightsaberfight

Remembering Joe and Jadin Bell....

DENVER — As he made his way across the country, Joe Bell walked through rain squalls, slept in ditches and talked to anyone who would listen about how his gay son had killed himself after being taunted and bullied at school.

Mr. Bell’s artificial knees ached and his feet were mapped with blisters, but he told friends and strangers that he was determined to make it on foot from his home in eastern Oregon to New York City, where his son, Jadin, 15, had dreamed of one day working in fashion or photography. “I miss my son Jadin with all my heart and soul,” he wrote on Facebook in late May. “I know you’re with me on this walk.”

But last Wednesday, Mr. Bell’s American journey — one that drew attention from local newspapers and attracted thousands of followers on social media — ended in an instant on a two-lane road in rural eastern Colorado. He was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer whose driver had apparently fallen asleep, the state police said.

For nearly six months, Mr. Bell, 48, had been on the road, sharing his son’s story and trying to salve his own grief. He spoke at motorcycle rallies and college bars, schools, diners and gay-outreach centers, telling people about his sensitive, artistic son who hanged himself from a piece of playground equipment on Jan. 19….

Will Smith shares his secrets of success (by AccelerateMe

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