The Gay Agenda
By Joseph Hassan
Friday, October 31: There�s nothing scarier than a city full of Sarah Palins and John McCains. You may want to just avoid Halloween altogether and beeline it to the nearest theater to catch Angelina Jolie�s latest flick, The Changeling. A period thriller set in the 1920s and inspired by a true story, it tells the tale of a desperate mother whose son -- after missing for five months -- is returned by the authorities... or is he? If that�s not unsettling enough, go ahead and hit the streets in full-on drag. If you live in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or New York City, link up to the 411 on your local Halloween parade.
Saturday, November 1: Almost any excuse to go to Hammerstein Ballroom is a good one, but this one is really good: You can see the B-52s in a special concert as they live it up on the Day of the Dead (or el D�a de Los Muertos, como decimos en M�xico) with guests Special Disco Version (featuring James Murphy and Pat Mahoney of LCD Soundsystem) and Hercules & Love Affair. The band will be playing tracks off their new album, Funplex, as well as a host of old party favorites (�Love Shack� baby? Yes, please.) Get your tickets here for the show, which starts at 7:00 PM EST.
Sunday, November 2: If the thought of waiting until January for the next season of The L Word gets your lesbian knickers in a twist, pick up http://www.sho.com/site/lword/home.do " target="_blank">The L Word: The Complete Fifth Season, out now on DVD. If you�re not already a fan of the groundbreaking series, catch up on iTunes immediately.
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