Another memorable photo from last year.

Another memorable photo from last year.

I’m trying to get my inbox down to zero—it was over 3000 a few weeks ago—and now I’m down to things like this. This is a photo I took on Jason’s phone and then emailed myself. We were getting to New York. If I remember right it was when we were going to see Zena el Khalil at the Powerhouse Arena.

I’m trying to get my inbox down to zero—it was over 3000 a few weeks ago—and now I’m down to things like this. This is a photo I took on Jason’s phone and then emailed myself. We were getting to New York. If I remember right it was when we were going to see Zena el Khalil at the Powerhouse Arena.

Two big Headmaster events coming up: 5/3: The 2nd Annual Pawtucky Derby Machines With Magnets 400 Main Street, Pawtucky, RI 9pm Big hats! Fancy attire! Prizes! Giveaways! Pony ride dance contest! More! 5/8: Headmaster No. 6 NYC Release Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay & Lesbian Art 26 Wooster Street 6-8pm Both events are free and open to the public and stuff like that.

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The 2nd Best Thing About Rhode Island: Federal Hill — Cox Sports Online

I like to think that my neighborhood—the second best thing about Rhode Island!—is less of a one-dimensional mob-themed tourist trap than this video implies. At the same time, though, it’s very, uh… touristy. And Mafia-themed.

Actually I could get into how infuriating it is that people in/around Broadway act like they live in a different neighborhood when clearly they don’t. But I’ll save that for another day.

Facebook just suggested that I might know my high school band director—I wasn’t actually in the band but he was also the organist at my godparents’ church—and apparently he looks like this now.

Facebook just suggested that I might know my high school band director—I wasn’t actually in the band but he was also the organist at my godparents’ church—and apparently he looks like this now.

Campo, “Cumbio”

I’ve mentioned this before but I’m managing Uruguay in the Pop World Cup. I’m currently beating England and Costa Rica in my group but the commenters are favoring Costa Rica and if they win there’s a chance I might get knocked out. So if you’re bored, listen to the four songs and then vote for the best two. [I understand if you vote for “Flatline,” because it’s awesome. But vote for me, too!

My Fifteen Favorite Songs of the First Quarter of the Year, Roughly:

1. Sara Alina, Die With This Life
2. Hospitaliy, I Miss Your Bones
3. Yolanda B Cool, All That She Wants (fear. SYF & Fritz Helder)
4. Tube & Berger feat. Juliet Sikora, Come On Now (Set It Off)
5. Hidden Cameras, Gay Goth Scene
6. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Runaway Daydreamer
7. Tove Lo, Not On Drugs
8. Peter Morén, Say My Name
9. K Michelle, Can’t Raise A Man
10. Toni Braxton & Babyface, Hurt You
11. Cibo Matto, MFN
12. Cymbals, Winter ‘98
13. Javiera Mena, Espada
14. Junior Prom, Sheila Put The Knife Down
15. Major Lazer feat. Pharrell, Aerosol Can

Genuinely distraught that our mayor’s favorite karaoke song list doesn’t include “Because I Love You (The Postman Song)”.
Also “Shoop” is the worst karaoke song because what do you do when you get to the R-word besides make everyone in the room uncomfortable.

Genuinely distraught that our mayor’s favorite karaoke song list doesn’t include “Because I Love You (The Postman Song)”.

Also “Shoop” is the worst karaoke song because what do you do when you get to the R-word besides make everyone in the room uncomfortable.

Not that I’ve been checking in here much lately, but we’re off on a five day-ish Headmaster road trip to launch the new issue in Washington and Baltimore. If you’re there, by any chance, come see us! I won’t be checking email much, Lord willing.

atomicbooks:

It’s a Baltimore Headmaster meet up in Eightbar, March 29th.

 
Headmaster, the biannual art magazine for man-lovers, began in 2010 in Providence, Rhode Island. Each issue features original projects by artists and writers from around the world, all of which are inspired by assignments that are custom-written for each artist.
 
Headmaster No. 6 features work by Alexander Chee, Ian Cozzens, Anthony DiCapua, Luka Fisher, Ted Gideonse, Matthias Herrmann, Matt Lambert, Barry Marré and Stephen Scott Smith. Subjects covered include porn soundtracks, John Cage, Russian vodka, underwear preferences, Rorschach tests and more.



I’m excited to see Baltimore for the first time! Very excited.

atomicbooks:

It’s a Baltimore Headmaster meet up in Eightbar, March 29th.
 
Headmaster, the biannual art magazine for man-lovers, began in 2010 in Providence, Rhode Island. Each issue features original projects by artists and writers from around the world, all of which are inspired by assignments that are custom-written for each artist.
 
Headmaster No. 6 features work by Alexander Chee, Ian Cozzens, Anthony DiCapua, Luka Fisher, Ted Gideonse, Matthias Herrmann, Matt Lambert, Barry Marré and Stephen Scott Smith. Subjects covered include porn soundtracks, John Cage, Russian vodka, underwear preferences, Rorschach tests and more.
I’m excited to see Baltimore for the first time! Very excited.