Archive for November 15th, 2010

November 15, 2010

Booty Call Wednesdays with Mark Louque AKA Super Bear

by Accidental Bear

Booty Call Wednesdays with Mark Louque AKA Super Bear

What the organizers say:
“Mark Louque, a.k.a. SuperBear, is a DJ/producer from Lutcher, Louisiana. He moved to New York in 2001 to study audio production which led him to work with designers creating runway soundscapes for the citys famed Fashion Week. Mark went on to play clubs and bars in…”

Where
Q Bar

456 Castro Street (Market & 18th Street)
San Francisco, CA 94114
The Castro

November 15, 2010

Bears, Otters, Cubs… Sea horses??

by Accidental Bear

Fun fluffy read…….

http://sexandcupcakes.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/gay-hairy-men/

Have you ever heard someone being referred to as a bear? More specifically, have to ever heard of a large hairy gay man being called a bear? It is a fairly well known term. What isn’t so well know, are the other terms that has stemmed off of bears.

In the gay community there are bears, otters, cubs and wolves. Now if this all sounds silly to you………

 

November 15, 2010

Scandalous Street Artist Jeremy Novy

by Accidental Bear

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http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2010/11/13/DD1P1G5O86.DTL

Ambushing vacant walls and dingy hard to reach areas in your hood. Jeremy’s street art is sexually charge, provocative and as I have witnessed makes the common pedestrian break out in giggles. Whether they are shocked or blushing his art work creates and provokes emotion. A much needed stimulus in this fast paced , gritty streets of SF. Im just hoping some of Jeremy’s pops in my neighborhood soon.

“That’s two men kissing,” he said, pointing to a stencil of two sets of boots facing each other on the sidewalk. – Jeremy Novy

A solo show by Jeremy Novy. Dec. 2-31. San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center, 1800 Market St., S.F. (415) 865-5555.

November 15, 2010

William Fitzsimmons

by Accidental Bear


 

William Fitzsimmons (musician)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Fitzsimmons

Photo by Erin Brown
Background information
Origin PittsburghPennsylvania,United States
Genres Folkfolk rockelectronica
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Years active 2005–current
Labels Mercer Street
Website MySpace
Notable instruments
Guitar, Banjo, Piano

William Fitzsimmons is an Illinois-based, formerly Pennsylvania-based singer-songwriter. Fitzsimmons is perhaps best known for his songs “Passion Play” and “Please Don’t Go,” which aired during pivotal scenes in ABC’s medical drama Grey’s Anatomy.[1] His first two full-length albums, Until When We Are Ghosts (2005) and Goodnight (2006) were completely self-produced and recorded by Fitzsimmons at his former home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His most recent effort, 2008’s The Sparrow And The Crow was his first studio record, and impressively reached #1 on the iTunes Top Folk Albums chart, and #56 on the iTunes Top Albums chart. In addition to the above, his music has also been featured on ABC‘s Brothers & SistersMTV‘s Life of RyanThe CW‘s One Tree HillABC Family‘s Greek, and Lifetime‘s Army Wives, and he has been given reference in BillboardRolling StonePasteSpinMusikexpressUncutQ Magazine, and Performing Songwriter Magazine.

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November 15, 2010

Urban Dictionary : Beard Fever

by Accidental Bear

An epidemic marked by lack of sound judgement and mania when activated in carriers of the illness. Symptoms cause individuals of all genders and sexual persuasions to overlook multiple undesirable qualities in a male partner (lack of fitness, poor hygiene, mundane personality, bad sense of humor, and general unattractiveness), if the man of interest has an impressive beard, which is no small feat. For the purpose of this definition, an “impressive beard” can be operationalized as possessing silky color, soft texture, fullness, and having no ingrowns.

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