Ruth Pointer of The Pointer Sisters is coming to Club Cafe Sunday, March 20th at 5PM for a Q&A and to sign of her new memoir “Still So Excited!: My Life As A Pointer Sister“.
Ruth Pointer has been living drug- and alcohol-free for the past 30 years and she shares how she did it in her first autobiography, detailing the Pointer Sisters’ humble beginning, musical apprenticeship, stratospheric success, and the melodic sound that captured the hearts of millions of music fans.
Grab your friends and get your tickets to The Realish Housewives of Boston. Even if you are not s reality TV fan, this parody of the demented series looks like it is going to be hilarious.
Get Your Tickets to See the Realish Housewives of Boston
Get ready for oodles of hometown reality in this parody performance, where you’ll meet Rovanka, the baroness of an uncertain ethnicity; Claudia Louise, glamorous and conniving in equal measure; Desiree, neck supermodel; Brooke, self-made business tycoon; and Gwen, the only one in the bunch with half a brain. “The Realish Housewives of Boston” is an original play created by comics, Kate James and Tim Sniffen. It roles into Boston for a limited engagement starting Tuesday, March 29th through Sunday, April 3rd.
Suffering from a holiday hangover and have a serious case of the winter blues? Cheer up because next week MADtv will host a one hour 20th anniversary reunion special on the CW on Tuesday, January 12th. I wonder if Granite State native, Josh Meyers (Seth Meyers’ younger brother), will also make an appearance? Either way this is guaranteed to be fun to watch so set your DVRs.
Fans of Kylie Minogue will want to set their DVRs tonight to see the season 2 premiere of the campy musical, Galavant, at 8PM ET. Galavant, played by Josh Sasse, is punished by the Queen (a.k.a. Kylie Minogue). You’ll love the catchy ditty she sings in the video I’ve included below, “Off With His Shirt!”.
The video has so many gay references it will make your head spin, including a shirtless Galavant tending bar to a clamoring mass of men and Kylie singing playful lyrics you’d expect to hear in a Ryan Landry or Varla Jean Merman song.
Don’t be shy boys
Go to town
I’ll bet that chest
Is heaven blessed
So it is official – 2015 is now history. As you may have guessed, I have a few lighthearted predictions for 2016 that I’ve included below in no particular order.
Caitlyn Jenner will reconcile with Kris Jenner because while they may not love each other, their love of television ratings will bring them back together. To prove their reconciliation is complete, Caitlyn will legally change her name to Kaitlyn, and Kim, Khloe and Kourtney will use the reconciliation to annoy all of America by talking about it non-stop on every talk show on television.
Kim Davis – the infamous Kentucky clerk who refused to sign same-sex marriage licenses – will come out as a lesbian and divorce for a fourth time before finding love with an equally ill-tempered hillbilly lesbian who has a stray cat farm in the Appalachian Mountains. Thanks to Kentucky state law they can and will apply for a same-sex marriage license and live happily ever after.
FOX NEWS and The Republican Establishment will suffer simultaneous aneurysms as they realize the hate they have propagated over the past 25 years has yielded them their weakest crop of candidates in 2016; paving the road for Donald Trump to secure the Republican Party’s nomination for President. Trump’s ego will soar and his rhetoric will follow, alienating the party from crucial groups in the US electorate. November elections will result in Democrats taking back both Houses of Congress and Hillary Clinton being elected the first female president – thereby making America great again.
Do you have any predictions for 2016? Feel free to share.
The Welcoming Committee has teamed up with Club Cafe and will be binge-watching three episodes of Will & Grace (including one double-episode). In addition to the episodes, a $15 admission includes complimentary light bites. All are welcome starting at 6PM; shows starts at 7PM in the back room at Club Cafe.
For more information or to reserve tickets link here!
Sergio and I have been watching The Voice this season, and ever since the blind auditions I’ve been a bit obsessed with one contestant in particular, Jordan Smith. The unlikely singer from coal country in Kentucky has an amazing voice, but it is his comments after singing that touch my heart the most; unfortunately neither clip capture what I’m talking about but check out his rendition of Chandelier in the video above and his performance from last night when he sang Halo by Beyoncé.
Anyone else watching The Voice? I’m curious if you also think this guy is special.