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Robert and his former fuck buddy Jay slid into a booth at Co’m Vietnamese Grill. They had run into one another at Ansley LA Fitness. Jay suggested lunch and Robert was happy to introduce him to one of his favorite, cheapest restaurants in the city. “This is a perfect place for a post-workout meal,” Robert explained. “Vietnamese cooking is far healthier than, say, Thai food. It’s all about fresh herbs, veggies, seasoned grilled meats and light sauces. It’s mildly spiced but you can spike it with a shot of hot chili sauce.” “Sounds good,” Jay said… >>
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Closing out the three-play summer season next week for Serenbe Playhouse is the gayest show of the bunch, the musical “Time Between Us,” featuring Serenbe founder and director Brian Clowdus and actress Laura Floyd sharing the stage the entire time. Making its regional theater premiere, “Time Between Us” was written by Tess Barker and openly gay Brett Schrier and is directed here by Justin Anderson. It focuses on Matthew (Clowdus), who is gay, and Morgan (Floyd), who become best friends in art school and vow to move to New York after they graduate and became famous, he as… >>
Tyra Sanchez of Atlanta, winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season two, is hoping you’ll remember her name for reasons beyond her reality TV triumph. She’s teamed up with gay filmmaker Björn Flóki to make a documentary called “Drag Dad” about balancing life as a drag superstar on stage and a single parent off. During the “Drag Race” season that ran February through April 2010, rumors of Sanchez’s life before the show littered the internet, some of which were true: James Ross, his real name, was homeless at 17. During the first week of his senior year of high school, when he “wasn’t… >>