Yours truly as The Little Drummer Boy in Ru Paul’s video from way back. It gets discovered every year about this time by one friend or another. Yes, that’s me under that derma blend, proudly keeping time with the rhythm and rhyme. Happy Holidays once again.
This year, we are dedicating our coverage of the 2018 holiday windows in New York City and the Greater New York City Metropolitan Area to Cheryl Mackenzie. Do you know Cheryl? She probably knows you. I haven’t seen Cheryl in quite a while but I hope to see her everyday. Nothing so far. Cheryl? – these windows are for you, babe. Happy Holidays to you and to all of our friends who’s names do not appear on their driver’s licenses.
Let the coverage begin!
A SAD START – Christy Minstrel reports some very sad news to us tonight from the East side of Lexington Avenue and 59th St. regarding one of the Greater Metropolitan Area’s most renown annual displays. And now, the deeply troubling report…
This eew inspiring window display could do with an apology to pedestrians. This Boo-mingdales’ window silently screams, “I used glue!” and looks like nail polish smells. What happened to concepts? Too hard to grasp? Then even an idea would have done more than more is more because in fact, more is more is a bore, especially when we are at war! The Wishnik hairdo and bedazzled ladder are not worthy of comment so don’t go looking for one because you’re not going to find a comment on the Wishnik hairdo and bedazzled ladder anywhere in this post. Save yourself some time and just stop reading this right now because this post is OVAH!
Trust the British on this one.
I never OK’d this. Nobody contacted me for research during pre pro. I never saw the book, I never attended any readings or improvs during the build on this show. I never even got an email about this show, and you know what? That hurts.
I don’t know about the new views.
Question: Is this the only bed side lamp on the street? I like this trend. Inside out. Assorted pillows around the park…I like that. Park Pillows.
(groan) Okay, Let me see if it’s taken on Twitter yet…
Give. Pick up your card and give.
“Millions of Christmas Trees” by Robert Hawkins. So many contenders for best Christmas Card this year…Kabuki and Chuck’s just arrived…
Four and a half stars. (No card has yet to receive our coveted five star rating.)-B.B.COM
They all work for anybody. You don’t even have to see it. You just order it and they send it to “whoever” c/o “now your best friend.” It’s a number over the phone. That’s all it is for you.
Doesn’t really have anything to do with Christmas.
CBT 4 XMAS