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  • Truman Says Mere Details

    The May issue of the gayest not-officially-gay magazine just went up on the web. Inside next month's Details: Orlando Bloom gets seminaked and moody for the camera.

    Tommy Hilfiger declares:

    April 17 2007 8:22 AM
  • Truman Says Habitat: BioSUB

    Biologist Lloyd Godson passes time in the BioSUB, a studio apartment-sized pod underneath the Wonga Wetlands in Australia. All the oxygen Godson breathes is generated by houseplants and algae. The Age (Melbourne) has more.

    Photo: Getty Images

    April 17 2007 5:12 AM
  • Truman Says Fluorescent Bulbs, Fraudulent Abs

    Home Depot will display "green" label on enviro-friendly products (NY Times)

    Peter Carlson: Men's Health coverlines LIE! You can't get great abs in seven days. (Washington Post)

    April 17 2007 4:24 AM
  • Model Citizen Greg

    April 16 2007 7:00 PM
  • Truman Says Cologne-oscopy

    Men's Flair offers these smart tips on buying a cologne, or, if you like, a fragrance.

    1. Bring friends to judge their reaction. Be sure to test the reaction of your significant other as well. Some colognes smell good in the air, but not on you, while others can even trigger unpleasant memories.

    April 16 2007 12:58 PM
  • Truman Says A Black Belt in Bicycle Repair

    True story: when I lived in Germany, I once had to repair holes in the Schlauch on my bicycle four times in five days. No joke!

    Now that neckties have gone out of fashion as ersatz belts, some clever Kraut has turned the inner tubes of bicycle tires (Schläuche, that's the plural of Schlauch) into belts. Absolutely brilliant. Visit the Schlauch Shop.

    Photo: Getty Images

    April 16 2007 12:40 PM
  • Truman Says Candids: Ash, Chlo, Ag

    Hollywood rubbed shoulders with Spanish royalty at the America's Cup dinner in Valencia, Spain, over the weekend. Sailing fanatics Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, and Chloe Sevigny were there, but the inimitable Agatha Ruiz de la Prada stole the red carpet.

    Ashton, Demi, Chloe

    Beatriz d'Orleans, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
    Photos: Getty Images.

    April 16 2007 8:53 AM
  • Truman Says Hail Haakon!

    You have to love Tyler Brule Brûlé. He always looks as if he just stepped out of a cover shoot for Fantastic Man, yet years before he founded Wallpaper*, the globetrotting homo journo took a bullet in Afghanistan. Maybe it was that experience that made Brûlé resolve to only travel business class, sans flak jacket.

    Haakon of Norway

    April 16 2007 4:19 AM
  • Truman Says Where Are You Now, Elsa?

    That Nor'easter kept us cooped up on Sunday, absentmindedly daydreaming about, of all things, the good old days at CNN. The first Gulf War - winnable and mercifully short, the network's finest hour. No one had yet heard of windex-man Anderson Cooper. And a dowdy Australian named Elsa Klensch had her own style show, "CNN Style with Elsa Klensch"

    April 16 2007 3:46 AM
  • Model Citizen Filipo

    April 15 2007 7:00 PM
  • Entertainment The GLAAD Awards!

    Welcome to the 18th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Presented by Absolut. Taking place at the Kodak Theater, home of the Academy Awards presentation, right in the heart of Hollywood, you too can check the show out Saturday, April 21, if you're lucky enough to get Logo. It's fun, fairly short, and there are no gratuitous dance routines. And check out our red carpet coverage here.

    April 15 2007 7:00 PM
  • Entertainment Everything Girl

    Near the end of Everything But the Girl's propulsive 1999 album, Temperamental, Tracey Thorn pledged her allegiance to London nightlife, suavely announcing, 'I'm not going home again / Tomorrow will never come.' Of course, tomorrow did come, and in a certain sense, Thorn broke her promise when she and EBTG's other half, DJ-producer Ben Watt, stopped making records together and Thorn left clubland behind to raise their three children.

    April 15 2007 7:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Johan

    April 14 2007 7:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Christopher

    April 13 2007 7:00 PM
  • Truman Says A&F Fantasies, Shattered

    When Abercrombie & Fitch opened up their first UK store earlier this year, the Daily Mail (think the New York Post if it were edited by Simon Cowell) sent their hunkiest reporter undercover to work in A&F's Savile Row store. The journalist, Tom Mitchelson, discovered a retail temple far more vacuous than he could have ever dreamed up...

    April 13 2007 12:32 PM
  • Truman Says A Friendlier Flight?

    Eva Air unveils the first-ever hello-kitty aircraft, which will regularly ply the skies above Japan. The website offers this decoder of the fuselage art:

    April 13 2007 10:52 AM
  • Truman Says They Give Us Bond, We Give Them "Die Hard"

    As Daniel Craig recently reminded us, the British somehow manage to seem so much more suave than us, even when they're strangling their enemies.

    April 13 2007 9:03 AM
  • Truman Says Spotlight: Unusual Shredders

    There are enough cautionary tales of ID theft out there. If you don't already shred your mail, perhaps the case of David Dahlstrom, a Utah locksmith whose good name was stolen in 1990, will convince you to do so. The New York Times reports today that the drifter German immigrant who stole Dahlstrom's identity was charged this week with 81 counts of identity fraud, hopefully marking an end to the unfortunate Utahan's 17-year nightmare.

    April 13 2007 8:32 AM
  • Truman Says Cheer Them On!

    The Washington Post tags along with the Soulforce equality riders as they bring their gay-friendly message to Bob Jones University and Patrick Henry College:

    "Soulforce visits often bring gay students and alumni out of hiding, and this was no exception. Three alumni contacted Reynolds during the visit; she said one told her he was gay and that his time at Patrick

    April 13 2007 4:03 AM
  • Model Citizen Jaime

    April 12 2007 7:00 PM
  • Truman Says A Wonderbra for Men?

    You can put that sock back on your foot, chico. The Aussiebum Wonderjock promises to do for the male anatomy what the Wonderbra does for tits, employing "pouch technology" to achieve a "lifting and enhancing" effect on the jewels.

    Either the ghost of metrosexuality has been raised from its grave, or Aussiebum is really counting on the gays to be enthusiastic adopters of this new technology.

    April 12 2007 12:12 PM
  • Truman Says The Devil Wears Ferragamo

    We know we're gonna get all kinds a sh*t for that headline...Flypaper presents this evidence that the Pope has had a serious change of taste on shoes.

    Photo: Getty Images

    April 12 2007 9:05 AM
  • Truman Says Thursday Styles: The Miata is Gay

    So is the Lesbaru. And of course the Mini Cooper. Reminds us of another Cooper...Click here to find out if your wheels spin the other way.

    Photo: Getty Images

    April 12 2007 4:06 AM
  • Truman Says "Shear" Madness

    What to make of Shear Genius, Bravo's attempt to do for hairdressers what it's already done for dressmakers? The first episode aired last night. Some first impressions:

    The stock characters are nearly the same as those on Runway. Bitchy homos, kind homos, outrageously confident homos, closeted homos...and then a bunch of women with varying levels of talent.
    There may be some lezzies among them (the angry Tabatha, perhaps?)

    April 12 2007 3:56 AM
  • Model Citizen Michael

    April 11 2007 7:00 PM