The Gay Agenda
By Peter Schaus
Page-turner: Superheroes have always been like that pal of yours who quotes Showgirls constantly but swears he�s straight. Superman�s X-ray vision seems primed for late-night cruising in Chelsea, Spiderman shoots sticky goo at his foes, and Wonder Woman wears chunky bracelets�the evidence is there, but no one cops to it. Thankfully, you can check out Perry Moore�s young-adult novel Hero, which features one of the very first openly gay superheroes.
Scene: To kick off New York City's Fall Fashion Week, Radio City will host the star-studded Second Annual Fashion Rocks concert. Celebrating that ever-important bond between music and couture, the event�s lineup includes Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani, David Bowie, Duran Duran, and Destiny�s Child (gasp!�in their last live performance as a group). The burning question: Will we spot any resentful looks aimed at Beyonc�? For tickets (and you'd better hurry), visit TicketMaster.com.
Game: Whether you�re a seasoned swinger or a clumsy novice, we strongly suggest hitting up Cape Cod, Mass., where you can indulge your inner WASPiness and participate in the Provincetown Open, a tournament that hosts all divisions in men�s singles and doubles. For more information, check out ProvincetownTennis.com.