Hearsay: November 2009 Archives

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Hearsay chum Dito "Chew Toy" Sevilla recently posted the following on his Facebook account:

Dear Everyone at Cobalt -- except for the guy in the overall / jumpsuit contraption -- you all looked fantastic last night... A beautiful, well groomed pile of boys.

Let it be known that Hearsay is officially entering the phrase "Pile of Boys" into the newly minted (at Twitter anyway) Hearsay Dictionary (feel free to annotate or add your own entries on a whim).

Now, pardon Hearsay while it seeks its own pile of boys to enjoy Thanksgiving with. Anyone up for fisting a turkey?


Hearsay asks it all time. What the fuck? Like just Sunday night, after Adam “Sonic Homo” Lambert’s screechy performance on the AMAs. What the fuck?

But of course, Town has trademarked the term – or at least, the initials WTF – for the anything-goes monthly party it launched in July. And this month promises to be an extra-special edition worth giving lots of thanks for. Tonight, Nov. 25 -- Thanksgiving Eve -- Town will have a feast for the senses, from drag queen Banaka, who will spread ‘em like a Thanksgiving dinner, to Poke-a-hauntis, who will “scalp her man,” to pilgrims and Indians fighting for the continent. Watch out for flying arrows.

And don’t even ask what they’ll pull out of a turkey.

Yeah, it’s that kind of party.

The evening gets going at 10 p.m. and cover is only $5. Music is courtesy DJ Cale, of website/party promoting-team BrightestYoungThings. All that, plus Town’s Ed “Leave ‘Em Guessing” Bailey says customers will have to “navigate the wall” to get into the club. WTF? Exactly.

Follow the Twitter!

Posted by Hearsay
November 22, 2009 1:43 PM |

Hearsay zestily recommends you all take two quick secs and follow Metro Weekly's Twitter feeds:

MetroWeeklyNightlife -- @MWNightlife -- for daily nightlife recommendations, highlights, Coverboy Confidential sneak peeks & question outtakes, contests, Scene and more!

MetroWeekly for news, views, comments, RTs of interest, arts and entertainment recommendations, contests, and more!

Hearsay will have more to say about Twitter soon. Right now it has to go unpickle its liver.

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Lesbian comic Kate Clinton returns with her timely political humor in a show entitled Yes on K8! Friday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The Birchmere, 3701 Mt. Vernon Ave., Alexandria. Tickets are $45. Call 703-549-7500 or visit birchmere.com. Clinton also appears Friday, Nov. 20, at 1 p.m. Lambda Rising Bookstore, 1625 Connecticut Ave. NW. Call 202-462-6969 or visit lambdarising.com.

Hearsay applauds Tom.