adventurous sister Jane runs a magical B&B on the South Island of
New Zealand that was my “summer home” for several years in the early
you’re looking for a brand new life in a place that’s supernaturally
beautiful, Kahikatea is listed with a realtor. Check out the video.
friend Jeff Whitty, who’s writing the book to the musical of “Tales of
the City”, has a piquant and deeply hilarious website that will show
you why he’s perfect for the job.
Patrick Gale, one of my favorite writers and a dear friend, runs his booming Cornwall cottage industry at this address.
My buddies Josh Kilmer-Purcell, author of I Am Not Myself These Days,
and his partner Dr. Brent Ridge, raise goats in the country and make
wonderful soap from the milk. Their website is as stunning as their
old chums Darryl and Louise Vance run two admirable enterprises.
Darryl’s sensual paintings of water (of which Chris and I own several)
can be seen here.
labor of love is “Seneca Falls,” a heartfelt documentary about a group
of teenage girls who make a road trip to the birthplace of women’s
liberation in America.
My old friend Ian McKellen’s encyclopedic website is a great destination for anyone who cares about acting or gay rights.
I met Matt Alber in 1999 when he was in
Chanticleer, the choral group that sang Jake Heggie's composition of
"Anna Madigal Remembers" with Frederica von Stade. Now Matt is a
brilliant singer/songwriter whose "End of the World" video never fails
to make weep.
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Trevor Project, which offers support and suicide prevention to LGBT and
questioning youth, was founded by my friend James Lecesne, who wrote
the Oscar-winning short film, “Trevor”. Your donation will make a huge
members of Scissor Sisters, John Garden and Jason Sellards, are writing
the music and lyrics to the “Tales of the City” musical. Check their
website for news of their new album.