I haven’t written here as much as I’d like in the last few days, but now that I have a few minutes to sit still, I’d like to shout out some big thanks to the folks at HALSA (the HIV & AIDS Legal Services Alliance) for again allowing me the opportunity to be the master of ceremonies at this year’s Oscar Night event at Paramount Studios. Thanks to Matt, Trip and everyone at HALSA. And big props to Scorsese for winning a well-deserved award.
It’s moving day — well, tomorrow too. Things get packed in tonight and the movers come tomorrow. It’s been a harrowing experience for more reasons than I care to recount here.
At any rate Internet access will be spotty at best until I get situated and figure out whether Time Warner or ATT Yahoo will get their acts together. I’ll have some radio news for you by then so stay close and I’ll post as soon as I can.
By the way, at HALSA’s silent auction on Oscar Night, no one bid on Britney Spears’ hair or the Larry Birkhead and Howard K. Stern DNA samples.