TONIGHT! I will be reading journal excerpts from my first year in the US Navy as a gay man during Don’t Ask Don’t Tell - Including a play by play of how I lost my V-card with a fellow sailor. Come enjoy the show!
Making Out with Wes Perry and Friends
Wednesday February 20th at 8pm
The Upstairs Gallery in Andersonville
5219 N Clark St
FREE and BYOB! ($5 suggested donation)
December 22, 2010
Today, more than any other day,
I am proud to be serving in the US Armed Forces.
Camera: Polaroid SX-70
Film: Polaroid SX-70 Time Zero
(3/10 from my next-to-last box of last stock TZ film)
Are YOU that somebody?
It’s back! LOVERS & COVERS is here to let you croon & make you swoon. What do you need to do to get in on the action?
1) Send juicy (anonymous, if desired) emails, letters, texts and the like from your loves & exes for dramatic interpretation by TIEN TRAN & KIERAN KREDELL of Lady/Watch. (Send to email@example.com or message me on FB.)
2) Hit me up if you’d like to sing a song! There’s room for a couple more tunes, but you’ll already be dazzled by the voal talents of KYLE CASEY & SARA KERASTAS, KIAM MARCELO JUNIO and VAJAQUEQUE BROWN!
3) RSVP here for access to the hosted bar from 8-9pm (and ignore the info about the BEACH PARTY, which had to move to another date but is coming soon!):http://do312.com/event/2012/07/09/salonathon
Be there tomorrow (Monday) night, July 9, 2012, 8:00 pm
Beauty Bar is located at 1444 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60622
Facebook event page:http://www.facebook.com/events/201064890021238/
I know it’s still Christmas, and we all should be thinking positive, being happy, and stuffing our faces and stomachs to the brim. But when ready, please read the article linked. And think how we each have made an impact on the world, and how we have been framing our minds around our personal and social environments. Then, begin to think how we can prepare ourselves for the coming year/s, and what changes we need to make in our own lives.
This is a crucial point in American, no - World, history. We can’t continue ignoring the problems as they surmount. And change always begins with the individual.
It is the cult of self that is killing the United States. This cult has within it the classic traits of psychopaths: superficial charm, grandiosity and self-importance; a need for constant stimulation; a penchant for lying, deception and manipulation; and the incapacity for remorse or guilt…
…And this is also the ethic promoted by corporations. It is the ethic of unfettered capitalism. It is the misguided belief that personal style and personal advancement, mistaken for individualism, are the same as democratic equality. It is the nationwide celebration of image over substance, of illusion over truth.