Betty Bang lived in a crumbling brownstone off Bleeker. Her quarters were so cramped, even-the-mice were hunchbacked. Betty had no money and less love. But Betty Bang was content-
Betty worked as a crossing guard for the city. She spent her days shepherding little shits across bustling avenues, and busy side streets. Her nights were spent alone. But Betty Bang was happy-
Betty Bang had a little daughter named Marie. Betty loved Marie with all her heart. Marie attended the uber-chic Dalton School-just a sideswipe away from Central Park, the Guggenheim, mansions, and money. Betty learned to stay away. But she never stopped loving.
One spent-night, exhausted from work, Betty Bang paused on the stoop to fish for her keys. At that precise moment, her roller-skating upstairs neighbor threw a brick out the window. It landed squarely on Betty’s head.
Goddamn, looking at recent videos such as this one and Glenn chérie looks years younger than she did on the last season of Damages and that was years ago!! If that makes sense! She just looks phenomenal, does she have the same doctors as Sharon ? And god bless the short hair again I was just about to give up. I’m kinda wondering if she kicked the hubby out, though. Change of looks, new cycle, you know. Just a hunch. Go get them G!!
Portrait of Miss Elizabeth Linley [Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan] (c.1775). Thomas Gainsborough (British, 1727-1788). Oil on canvas. Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Singer Eliza, age twenty-one, was newly married and at the height of her fame and beauty. Her sophistication is mingled with innocence, and even slightly with insipidity—perhaps unavoidable in a girl so young and so pretty. There is steady, cool light enveloping and revealing Eliza while keeping her slightly removed from contact with the viewer.
Will be traveling to the Iris Film Festival to re-show my short film “The Jesus Picture”-YAY!! Film and Writing are my Life-
While life gets better for millions of gays, the number of homeless LGBT teens - many cast out by their religious families - quietly keeps growing.
This is actually a really, really well done article. long but absolutely worth the read. So glad that a magazine as big as Rolling Stone is publishing content saying, “Hey, people, we may be patting ourselves on the back about marriage equality these days but there are much bigger issues still being swept under the rug.”
this was really hard for me to read because it hit so terribly close to home, but holy shit, it’s really well done. check it out
In writing, you must kill all your darlings.