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  • Truman Says Buy This T-Shirt

    The "EVERYBODY LIES" charity t

    a) It's only $20.
    b) The design is elegant, the message is, er, true.
    c) It seems clever, even if, like us, you've never watched House.
    c) The money goes to help the mentally ill.
    d) housecharitytees.com.

    Photo: Getty Images

    April 24 2007 5:13 AM
  • Model Citizen Brett

    April 23 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says Seen on the Streets of Soho


    New York, you nutty, smutty, strangely vanilla town! Cute Talk! Soft Chat!! Adults only!...Peg Leg?

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    New York, you nutty, smutty, strangely vanilla town! Cute Talk! Soft Chat!! Adults only!...Peg Leg?

    April 23 2007 1:08 PM
  • Truman Says Big Time Opportunity

    Björk has invited submissions to be the director of the video for her new single, "Innocence". Listen to the song (it is kinda catchy, though it failed the living room dance test), then follow these bewildering instructions:

    April 23 2007 12:41 PM
  • Truman Says The Dao of QVC

    “If units don’t sell at a retailer like Bergdorf Goodman, it’s my business. If they don’t sell on QVC, it’s my ego. For me it’s all about avoiding the risk.”

    -Chloe Dao, quoted in Forbes

    Sometimes nice, quiet, hard-working girls really do win, as Chloe Dao proved when she became the victor of season two of Project Runway. Her unfussed manner and super-elegant designs had us cheering for her all the way.

    April 23 2007 8:45 AM
  • Truman Says Beltway Beauties


    Cory Booker and Gayle King arrive at the
    White House Correspondents' Association Dinner

    April 23 2007 5:21 AM
  • Model Citizen Andy

    April 22 2007 8:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Justin

    April 21 2007 8:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Franky

    April 20 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says Snazzy Dressers: the Adelaide Crows

    Many people are a little shy about wearing a)skimpy garments, b)loud patterns. The Adelaide Crows prove you can do both, and still be super-sexy.

    By the way, the game they play is Australian rules football, something like what we call soccer, but with hands allowed.

    Photos: Getty Images

    April 20 2007 10:18 AM
  • Truman Says Fashion Houses Cliff's Notes

    See Jack Shop has been running a just-the-basics-please fashion glossary on all the big houses, including instructions on how to pronounce their names. Goo-chi...DOL-chay and Gab-BAH-nah...My-kal Ko-ors...Really? Are there two syllables in Kors?

    April 20 2007 9:49 AM
  • Truman Says Mister Rogers' Sin

    In his time, Mister Rogers did a lot of good things - like teach us to deal with angry feelings, and to distinguish between reality and fantasy. And he did at least one very bad thing: by always wearing cardigans, he made these marvelous button-up sweaters something no one would ever want to wear until they were at least as old as Mister Rogers!

    April 20 2007 6:58 AM
  • Model Citizen Andrew

    April 19 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says A Stepladder for Fido

    Slate's Ron Rosenbaum does a close reading of Skymall magazine. Absolutely priceless for anyone who has ever passed time in an airplane by reading this catalog of hand-crank devices, doodads, and inventions you never knew you needed.

    April 19 2007 1:17 PM
  • Truman Says Banned in Blekinge!

    Crocs, those brightly-colored Swiss-cheese clogs that became ubiquitous last year, and which James Cramer recently touted on Mad Money, have been banned in Blekinge hospital in Sweden (via Boing Boing).

    Apparently they were causing static electricity, which made the machinery go haywire.

    April 19 2007 12:05 PM
  • Truman Says Renta Guests: Huffington, Leitch, Davis

    There's something about the name Oscar de la Renta that makes folks dress "sophisticated" - however they interpret that word. Getty's Frazer Harrison conjured these remarkable portraits from yesterday's de la Renta store opening in L.A.


    Arianna Huffington

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    Local LA tv news anchor Lauren Sanchez

    April 19 2007 10:32 AM
  • Truman Says Low Rise Briefs, Botox on Your Lunch Break

    Ooh, Thursday Styles is good this week! We have:

    Ginch Gonch and the men's wacky underwear explosion.

    The Times goes inside auditions to be a QVC host.

    and

    Getting Botox becomes as fast and easy as having a pedicure (almost).

    April 19 2007 4:50 AM
  • Truman Says "Genius" Recap

    Or: Women and the Men Who Love To Style Them, Episode 2

    The week's Boogie-ism (sorry, Dr. Boogie-ism) of the week proves to be prophetic: "Jim, I love Jim. But what the hell was THAT? It was like Carrot Top in drag!"

    Which is pretty much the same reaction Jaclyn and her judges had after reviewing Jim's attempt to make this poor girl look like Gwen Stefani.

    April 19 2007 2:43 AM
  • Model Citizen Blake

    8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Sci-Fi Sexpot

    What kind of reaction did you get from being on the cover of Out last fall? Amazing! I've had to sign so many copies of the issue. I'm not part of the gay community, so I don't read the literature very often. It's funny when you are a part of it, and then it's everywhere! It was a good thing for me and hopefully for people reading it. We did a poll on Popnography and it turned out that our readers felt strongly that you should come to this event dressed in a towel. I feel obligated to ask you why you chose to wear something else.

    8:00 PM
  • Truman Says Black, White, Round, and Hard to Find

    Got $29k to burn? Homos can play games too, you know, and the shopping site 20ltd would like to sell you a "good versus evil" foozball table that bills itself as the world's most exclusive, complete with ultraviolet-etched pitch markings and ergonomic handles.

    9:53 AM
  • Truman Says YouTube Pick: The View from Your Shopping Cart

    Ask A Gay Man hits a major shopping outlet (it looks like Kmart to us) and calls out some very sad, very typical middle American fashion victims. Big baggy carpenter jeans with bad whitewashing around the butt, couples wearing matching pleather bomber jackets, teenage girls sporting those horrible hats even Britney doesn't don anymore. All this captured at crotch-level by a camera hidden in the front of AAGM's shopping cart. Brilliant.

    6:56 AM
  • Truman Says Ghosts of the Bathhouse

    The New Yorker brings us this fascinating dispatch on the Loehmann's that just opened up on Manhattan's Upper West Side. It's on the site of the old Continental Baths, "where Bette Midler got her start (clothed), singing torch songs poolside, accompanied by Barry Manilow, to an audience of men wearing white towels."

    So how does the new discount clothing shop measure up?

    5:02 AM
  • Model Citizen Damon

    April 17 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Five Questions (and Then Some) for John Tartaglia

    The out star of the Disney Channel's Johnny and the Sprites appears in this month's feature documentary ShowBusiness, about the travails of four musicals on the Great White Way. Childhood crush: I had a sick obsession with Martika of Kids Incorporated at 7. I wrote a letter asking her to marry me. And she wrote me back and said she couldn't because I lived in New Jersey and she lived in Los Angeles.

    April 17 2007 8:00 PM

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