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“Michael picked up a tray of brownies in the kitchen. “Are these loaded?” he asked. Mrs. Madrigal merely smiled at him. “I thought so,” said Michael. “Has Mary Ann come down yet?” “Not yet.” “What on earth could have…?” “I … Continue reading
Mark you calendars and kick off 2018 with The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin on PBS! The award winning documentary premiers on PBS 1/1/2018. Click here for a preview, and check you local listings for air-times.
The Guardian December 3, 2017 “Chroniclers of other people’s lives do not always make the best memoirists, but there are exceptions to that rule. Armistead Maupin made his name with the episodic revelations of San Francisco’s gay culture before and after Aids in … Continue reading
August 11, 2017 at 9:21 pm PDT by John Paul King For a certain generation of gay men and women, the name Armistead Maupin will always strike a deep and richly satisfying chord in the soul. His serialized “Tales of the … Continue reading
June 28, 2017 Cynthia Littleton Managing Editor: Television Netflix is developing a new installment of “Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City” with Working Title Television U.S. Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis are on board to revive the characters they played … Continue reading
Happy Pride Barbaryphiles! All 4, Channel 4’s on-demand streaming service, is airing “Tales of the City” and “More Tales of the City” to their programming service and as a bonus, ALL episodes are free this month in the UK. Pride would … Continue reading
By HANA BABA JUN 14, 2017 Armistead Maupin is the veteran San Francisco writer known for his iconic series Tales of the City. In his famous series, which started off in the San Francisco Chronicle, Maupin wove titillating fiction about … Continue reading