2007 Verve Awards

2006 Verve Awards


Best Arts and Culture Blog 2005 Queer Day Awards

Best Gay Blog Nominee 2004 Weblog Awards

Best Arts and Culture Blog Nominee

Sunday, May 20, 2007

 

Comments Rule!


The armed forces speaking up in the comments last week were:

BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY

Brilliant at Breakfast actually sent me gorgeous FLOWERS for my birthday! I loves you too, Jill! Thanks!...

MULTIPLE COMMENTS: Drill Sargeants

Alexsander big-ups new ANTM Jaslene. We weren't as impressed with her...
The Angry Gay mourns the loss of Melinda Doolittle...
Concept writes a touching open letter about coming out. Hope it goes well...
Cutting Room Reviews isn't sure about Julia Stiles in The Bell Jar. We aren't either...
The Daily Slab is on the hunt for America's best gay resort towns...
Electroqueer has a marvelous update on the doings of a dozen great artists....
The Film Experience runs down the weekend's wide releases and best links...
Fumbling Toward Divinity gives praise to hat-trick tennis pro Raphael Nadal...
Joe's Movie Corner makes sense out of some random MP3s...
Joe To Hell gives it up old-school for Vanity 6...
StinkyLulu follows his big news (congrats babe!) with a hilarious "runner brief"...
Tapeworthy sums up last week's TV upfronts...
3Guys, 2K9s says Lee Iococca's new book is a must-read. Yeah, I'm surprised too...
The Zapping waves goodbye to Veronica Mars and Gilmore Girls...

SINGLE COMMENTS: Sexy Privates

Blanton's and Ashton's reports James Dobson totally doesn't heart Rudy Giuliani...
Ed and Tony round-up the week's TV best...
My Cabinet of Distractions has a case of pyrotechnomania...
My New Plaid Pants is glad to have Roger Ebert back (us too!)...
Nick's Flick Picks says that Vacancy is the most appropriately-titled film of the year...
Pressing The Flesh joins the Radio Allegro team! Huzzah!...
Queering The Apparatus has birthday wishes for Adrienne Rich and Liberace...
Radio Allegro is shaking its podcast-able Bootie...
Smockblog thinks Sawyer is doomed on Lost. Please, say it ain't so!...
This Man's World re-reads the classic And The Band Played On. Great book...

Labels:

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

<< Home