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Maureeneastvillage104fullresemail article
dailyrecord.com

Photo: Maureen Langan brings laughs back to Morris County

Maureen Langan brings laughs back to Morris County

Westsidestorycover article
Staten Island Advance

Cover & Production Photos: Harbor Lights Theater's 'West Side Story' production has a 'real-life ...

Harbor Lights Theater's 'West Side Story' productio...

Cougarthemusicalwm article
The New York Times

Photo: Cougar the Musical

"Three Singles Seeking Partners for Duets." Review by Anita Gates, Photo by Bob Johnson (a.k.a. "Bitten By A Zebra")

Riverscover article
resident.com

Nearly 20 Questions: Joan Rivers Speaks to New York Resident About Parenting, Home Shopping & Liz

In a recent phone interview, Rivers took the time to answer 19 questions (some are two-parters) from a group of this interviewer’s friends and one lame question from the interviewer.

Florencehenderson article
starmagazine.com

Stars: Are They Normal Or Not?

Photo: Florence Henderson at "Broadway Backwards."

Cyberspace article
washingtonblade.com

Lost in Cyberspace (1995)

I wrote this back in 1995 for The Washington Blade as part of a 4-part series about the internet. How the times have changed... :)

Charlesbuschcover 1 article
resident.com

Nothing’s Sacred: Charles Busch, Who Retooled Boy George’s Taboo, Has Carved a Successful Niche by Being Himself — Cover Story & Cover Photo

Charles Busch has been a fixture in the New York theater scene for almost two decades. As the end of October approaches, Busch has a host of treats on his plate. His musical Taboo will be in previews, and his new movie, Die, Mommie, Die! opens on Halloween.

Brettsomers article
resident.com

Match Maker: Brett Somers Returns to New York City For A One-Woman Show at Danny’s Skylight

Before Elaine Stritch started per- forming in Elaine Stritch at Liberty, which went on to successful Broadway and London runs, Brett Somers began working on her one-woman show about her life, which opened July 7 at Danny’s Skylight Room for a run of a month of Mondays.

Oedspan article
The New York Times

Photo: 'Oedipus Cycle' - Sophocles' Three Theban Plays ...

Theater Review - 'Oedipus Cycle' - Sophocles' Three...

Howiemandelimage article
The Star-Ledger

Howie Mandel offers Jersey a little comic relief

Howie Mandel learned his talk show was cancelled on "Take Your Daughters to Work Day." "At least I had someone to help me pack my boxes," Mandel says by phone from the "Just for Laughs" comedy festival in Montreal. "Next year, I'll have to bring her along with me for 'Take Your Daughters to Look for Work Day.'"

Rita article
The Star-Ledger

Laughter guaranteed as Rudner comes to Morristown

"I have always liked Morris, and I have always liked his town," says Rita Rudner... Image from Wikipedia.

Barbaraandmichael article
edgenewyork.com

Barbara Cook brings new show to Feinsteins :: EDGE New York City, NY

Barbara Cook brings new show to Feinsteins :: EDGE ...

Cyberdating article
washingtonblade.com

Love on the 'net (1995)

This is another installment of a four-part series I wrote about the internet for the Washington Blade — way before OKCupid, Tinder and Scruff!

Hollywood sign 354080327raindog808 article
edgenewyork.com

Gays in Hollywood :: A Status Report :: EDGE New York City, NY

Hollywood sign by raindog808.

Edge Boston

Michael Feinstein decks the halls at Feinstein’s at Loews Regency :: EDGE Boston, MA

Michael Feinstein decks the halls at Feinstein’s at...