For you hardcore Penny fans, here is the ultimate edition! Newer, higher resolution plus the subsequent acts!
photo from Donald C.
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It’s all about Brau and his looking into the camera pose.
Here’s an excerpt of my good friend Gordon Bowness’ story about his first job at The Hudson’s Bay Department Store in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I love this because as a fellow Winnipegger… I get it… really brings back “fondish” memories. READ THE REST OF BOWNESS’ STORY (and other stories) HERE!
HUDSON’S BAY BLANKET BINGO
During my last year of high school, I started working in the Bay’s record department on the fifth floor located between toys and books. I was so clueless. I was once asked about The Clash’s latest album. I remember the exact words of my response: “Well, you can’t go wrong with The Clash.” As if I knew anything about punk music. I was more of a Billy Joel, Carole King, Jesus Christ Superstar kind of kid. (But the art of dissembling would serve me well years later as an entertainment writer.)
A couple of years later, after short stints hauling furniture and selling shoes, I ended up in 317, the young people’s jeans and fashion department. Very glamorous. I once sold Alan Sues of Laugh-In fame a pair of cotton pants that converted to shorts (they had zippers at the knee). He was performing at Stage West dinner theatre, starring in the cross-dressing farce Charley’s Aunt. The ’Peg was no cultural backwater.
Every Winnipegger of a certain age has strong memories of that downtown Bay: the smell of wet winter wool and cigarette smoke while waiting for buses inside the doors along the Vaughan Street entrance; malt milkshakes in the basement; or rows and rows of gaily coloured bowls of Jell-O in the Paddlewheel Restaurant on the top floor (immortalized in Guy Maddin’s historical fantasia My Winnipeg as the site of a 1930s male beauty pageant presided over by a lustful mayor).
more Winnipeg/Bay photos & videos after the jump!
random nakedness mixed with felix d’eon, hirschfeld, clark gregg, catherine the great’s dirty furniture, butt beautiful & …
Julie Andrews introduces Katharine Hepburn and Company in COCO on the 1970 Tonys. Totally ridiculous… no french accent and stunningly awful dialogue… but the whole “Bob Mackie/ Carol Burnett Show” style fashion show is what it’s all about!
HOTARIOUS! photos of justin owen & austin wolfe’s audition sex scene from randy blue’s WELCOME TO LA / BURBANK
Some of the acting/posing in Randy Blue’s ‘WELCOME TO LA/ BURBANK’ is all very Judith Kranz ‘Scruples’(which I’m all for). Young Justin Owen reminds me of Christopher Atkins in his Blue Lagoon days. His arched back/ass out Judy Landers type posing is perfection. Mr. Wolfe is a total stud… and I love how he ALWAYS looks at the camera when he’s rimming a dude. It seems to be his thing… and I love him for it. ENJOY!