The Gay Agenda
By Joseph Hassan
Saturday, November 15: For the first time since the original movie was released in 1970, The Boys in the Band (above) is officially out on DVD. The gay comedy, set on New York�s Upper East Side in the 1960s, centers around a soiree thrown by Michael, a �recovering� Roman Catholic and soon-to-relapse alcoholic. Included among the party guests are a suspected closet case and a hustler. We all know the opening number, �Anything Goes� (performed by Cole Porter and Harpers Bizarre). And, in this campy classic, it certainly does.
Sunday, November 16: Tonight bisexual singer-pianist Amanda Palmer, who makes up one half of the Dresden Dolls, plays Variety Playhouse in Atlanta. Palmer�s latest album, the fiery, alt-cabaret�soaked Who Killed Amanda Palmer, dropped in September and was co-produced by Ben Folds. Check out her video �Runs in the Family� and get tickets early for the Atlanta show, which starts at 8:00 PM EST.
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