Here’s a Monday-morning pick me up. Ricky Martin’s recently released video for his single “Disparo al Corazòn” (“Shot to the Heart”) from his first single off his latest album A Quien Quiera Escuchar, celebrates same-sex marriage. In the video, Martin is looking in a mirror that projects a love story between a gay military couple.
Watch after the jump…
Michelangelo, Matisse, Monet, and more are the inspiration for the colorful ‘Art In Bloom” show that has taken over Macy’s in NYC. From flower-filled escalators, to mammoth recreations of classical statues atop petal-covered pedestals, Macy’s in Midtown Manhattan has been transformed into a lush, fragrant wonderland.
On the next page, there is a great list of some of the wonderful events Macy’s has lined up to celebrate spring:
Tonight we say goodbye to our beloved Glee. It’s been a wild, strange, unpredictable six years. We’ve decided to take a look back at ten of our favorite performances.
10) Don’t Stop Believing
The whole list is after the jump…
It may be snowing in half of the United States, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the first day of spring. Try out this take on a Moscow Mule called the Q Garden Mule from our friends at Brooklyn-based Q Drinks.
The adorable boys at Buzzfeed took new data showing that the average penis size is 5.17 inches, and decided to conduct a little (or not so little) survey of their own. Many male staff members, after a little encouragement, submitted their measurements, the listicle masters’ self-reported average size may surprise you.
Watch the video after the jump…
A new video has taken statistics from across the world to bring us what the ideal man is in each country. From the American lumbersexual to the tattooed Brits, each country has their own uniquely beautiful men. But who are we kidding? We’d take any of them.
check out the video after the jump…
Lake Jackson, Texas
Gigi takes place in the world of La Belle Epoque Paris—what is your most romantic destination?
Nowhere specific comes to mind, but picture a cabin somewhere surrounded by woods and nature, on top of a mountain and overlooking a beautiful body of water in the warmth of summer. That would be the perfect romantic atmosphere for me.
Favorite French pastry?
I haven’t been fortunate enough to try many authentically French pastries, but I do love an éclair (especially topped with chocolate icing)!
Keep reading over at our sister site, The Broadway Blog.
A new Gallup poll has asked Americans what the US Census doesn’t. What’s your sexual orientation. The new research finds interesting facts about where the largest concentration of LGBT persons are in the US. No surprise, it’s in the West. The highest concentration is in San Francisco. Other cities in the West also made the list like Portland, Oregon and even Salt Lake City.
Check out the full list after the jump…
Madonna has added her name to a growing list of celebrities fired up over Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana’s anti-gay “synthetic” family comments. “The Material Girl” took to Twitter and posted this comment:
All babies contain a soul however they come to this earth and their families. There is nothing synthetic about a soul!! So how can we dismiss IVF and surrogacy? Every soul comes to us to teach us a lesson. God has his hand in everything even technology! We are arrogant to think Man does anything on his own. As above so below! Think before you speak.,,,,,,,,,,,❤️#livingforlove
She posted the message along with a past campaign she did with D&G while holding a baby. [E!]
by Matthew Wexler
Born and raised in Hawaii with an American father and Swedish mother, Sean Naughton studied international relations at the University of Oregon before moving to Sweden. He has now called Stockholm home for over 23 years. After several years of working in restaurants and bars in management, he made the switch to the hotel side of the hospitality industry. Sean has been a member of the Rival Hotel (Mariatorget 3. Tel: +46-0-8-545-789-24.www.rival.se) team since the property opened in 2003. Considered Stockholm’s first boutique hotel, the Rival features an art deco design, 700-seat theater, and popular restaurant and bar. For the past five years, Sean has held the position of concierge, drawing on his love and knowledge of Stockholm to help visitors make the most out of their stay. His blog, The Stockholm Tourist (www.stockholm-tourist.blogspot.com), has received over one million page views since its inception in 2010 and has become a practical online tool for visitors planning their trip to the city. Sean has been a proud member of the prestigious Les Clefs d’Or for three years and is a board member of concierge union’s Swedish chapter.