Monday, May 07, 2007

Cornelius: 2.0 gets more Hot, Live and otherwise !!

It's all Good on the upswing....!!

As I've stated before, "you just can't keep a good guy down, when he's determined to keep on movin ahead..." Yes, I'm back in the saddle, gearing up and ready to come out swinging! I can't thank my Faith community and healthcare team enough for the excellent care and premier job of preparing me for my second act in life. Choosing the right doctors and facilities to take care of your medical needs is paramount, therefore I highly recommend the Ortho gang at St. Vincent's Infirmary, Arkansas Specialty Care Centers and ortho expert, Dr. Gordon Newbern who sheparded me from Alpha to Omgea. In the words of Irene Cara, "Oh what a feeling...!" With all that said let's dive back into the fray of what's really going on in Arkansas and beyond.

Stonewall Rivived: The Stonewall Democrats of Arkansas have recently been on the move with a trio of recent successful events. Next up, a Spring Wine Tasting Party, honoring Amiee Berry, Executive Director, of Arkansas American Academy of Pediatrics, May 17, 2007, 6-8 p.m. The soriee will be hosted by Paul Dodds, 2119 West 17th Donation is $25.00 for more info call 501.944.5837 or need directions: 501.372.4376

Registering Eureka: A proposed Domestic Partnership Registry, which has won unanimous approval from the local city council will be placed on a final reading, Monday, 5.14.07 at 6 p.m.
Eureka Springs City Hall, 44 south Main St. If you can attend call: 479.253.2555
If you can't then reach out and share your thoughts with the local movers and shakers who need to know what visitors feel about their fair haven. According to organizers the GLBTQ community comprises of 20% of the population with 40 business owned or managed by rainbow citizens.
Rae Hahn: Brammer: Buchannan: Kathy Harrison: Zeller: Mayor Dani Wilson at: mailto:mayor@cityofeurekas

Voices in need of Men: The JCCSI program, Many Men, Many Voices, is seeking MSM from the Central Arkansas African American community to participate in it's HIV/ AIDS intrevention program. This workshop is designed for individuals who are HIV-negative facing the same concerns of race vs. sexuality, involving self identity, homophobia, and racism. Upon completion of the program they offer HIV testing and some nifty swag. You've been invited so call, Jeremy at 501.663-7166 Ext. 105 for the hook up. It's about "ever loving Black Men and the "Life of his partner." Tell em you heard about it here first!!!

Oh Jermaine: Gotcha! Yeah you thought we were talking about Arkansas Boxing sensation Jermaine Taylor when we actually want to introduce you to the other JT, from Game Show Network's , I've Got a Secret, hosted by Bill Dwyer. Taylor, a Texan native is a triple threat artist acclaimed for a one-man Off Broadway production, "A Peace of the Game." The ebullient Taylor is a featured panelist on this "lavender" version of the famed game show in which blindfolded panelist try to guess the particpants secret. "I'm just overwhelmed at the response", stated JT, in a recent interview. The show can be seen daily on GSN, (check your local listings) and his website:

Idol Madness: The Idol primaires continue at The Factory, May 25, 8p.m. Bring your "PG" performance piece to the stage and let the audience do the rest. Contact the Pride Idol event coordinator for more info or
call the participating venue. Don't Forget the countdown has started to PRIDE 07, June 3, 2007 in the Rivermarket Pavilions. If you want to get in on it call the PRIDELINE: 501.859.0723 or for on-demand form downloads. If you want to hear music from headliner Eric Himan, go to our newly designed Myspace page at

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