Brian Keith Jackson, Neal Brennan, Lady Gaga, Yvonne Orji, Timothy DuWhite, Kit Williamson, Tom Daley, Dustin Lance Black, Taylor Swift, and More: #GAYNRD DAILY

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#GAYNRD DAILY Our news, art, and ephemera round-up from around the web, social media, and around the world for Wednesday November 17, 2021.

Suddenly it’s the holiday season and did you know the largest family owned Christmas tree business has locations nationwide? It’s called Mr. Jingles. Mr. Jingles Christmas Trees will open this 2021 holiday season with in person shopping, online ordering, delivery, drop-off, installation and tree-removal services. Established in 2012, Mr. Jingles is a second generation family-owned Christmas Tree business. There are 13 locations nationwide throughout Los Angeles, San Diego and West Palm Beach, Palm Beach and Colorado. Their trees are freshly cut, loaded onto trucks, and are immediately shipped to each of their locations from Oregon, Washington, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Canada each season. Beginning on November 23rd  (select locations) customers can visit their local tree shop. Online shopping is currently available for customers to purchase their tree today.

TWEET OF THE DAY Brian Keith Jackson says, “Women should outlive men, just so they can have some peace.”

Jackson is the author of The View From Here just reissued by

 

Jackson recently returned to the United States after living in Dakaar in Africa for a number of years.

#IJS I’m putting this out there now: if Marvel has the unmitigated gall to pull a Pietro with No Way Home and make them all Skrulls or some isht— I will burn the theater down. 

HOLY SHIT this scene from the 60s Batman show is freakier than I remember.

 

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KRISTIAN’S use of film proves digital cannot capture a certain lushness.

 

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SWELLS

 

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KITT WILLIAMSON

VISTA

 

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What a great cover and concept! “His detractors thought he was going to fade away after ‘Old Town Road.’ And yet Lil Nas X has been, for both hip-hop and pop culture, a destabilizing force—a ‘trickster,’ if you will—who has changed how we do what we do, and who gets to do it, forever. Never before has a pop artist who is so far from the ‘powers that be’ placed themself so squarely in the center of those powers. Lil Nas X is reminiscent of Bugs Bunny, of Brer Rabbit, of Papa Legba, of Anansi—someone who conjures chaos and uses it to command our attention. And few things have commanded as much attention as Montero, his first studio album and arguably the most important piece of art produced this year.” GQ

 

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