Category Archives: More Tales of the City

Michael’s Letter to Mamma

I can’t believe I am just now posting this, but I guess I assumed I had “Michael’s Letter to Mama”, from “More Tales of the City”,  posted on the site all along!   While working with a local youth LGBTQ … Continue reading

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Pre-order the Unabridged “Tales” series

Visit Harper Collins for information on pre-ordering the unabridged “Tales” books to be released on March 26, 2013. For more than three decades Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City has blazed its own trail through popular culture—from a groundbreaking newspaper … Continue reading

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Hearts and Flowers

I posted this previously, but since today is Valentine’s Day, I thought I would post it again.  Have a happy Valentine’s Day everyone. Excerpt from “More Tales of the City” The valentine was a handmade pastiche of Victorian cherubs, pressed … Continue reading

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“Tales of the City” unabridged audiobooks

Here are a few samples from the upcoming unabridged audiobooks due out March 26, 2013 “Tales of the City” performed by Frances McDormand “More Tales of the City” performed by Cynthia Nixon

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“Eureka” Star Colin Ferguson is Peter’s Boyfriend on “Happily Divorced”

For a show that’s very much in the style of a classic sitcom, Fran Drescher’s Happily Divorced is surprisingly contemporary: A married couple split after the husband comes out of the closet, but keep living together because the house won’t … Continue reading

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Tales of the Tales

This article originally appeared in The Advocate May 22, 2001 An oral history of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City, which marks its 25th anniversary with this month’s debut of the Further Tales of the City miniseries By Michael Giltz … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: Armistead Maupin Confirms New Tales of the City Novel

The author Armistead Maupin has revealed to a So So Gay writer that he has began the process of writing a brand new installment in the beloved Tales of the City series. Through his Twitter account, Maupin announced the novel … Continue reading

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Ziemienski named Sonoma Treasure

BY DAVID BOLLING INDEX-TRIBUNE EDITORSep 26, 2011 – 07:16 PM Dennis Ziemienski, an internationally-known Glen Ellen artist and prominent supporter of Sonoma Valley art events, has been named the 2011 Sonoma Treasure Artist. Ziemienski’s work is collected across the country … Continue reading

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Alastair Reid obituary

Director of television drama, including the ground-breaking Tales of the City and Traffik Peter Ansorgeguardian.co.ukFriday 9 September 2011 18.42 BST Alastair Reid, who has died aged 72, was one of Britain’s finest directors of television drama. In 1989 he directed … Continue reading

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Parker Posey

By Joel Keller August 22, 2011 The actor: Parker Posey excels at playing prickly, condescending snobs as well as free-spirited ingénues. She made her name in the ’90s in a series of cult-hit independent movies like Dazed And Confused, The … Continue reading

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