Day one was a running start. Shortly after landing at Laguardia I checked into my hotel, and met Johnathan in downtown Brooklyn for a little lunch at Junior's, and to record an episode of his podcast. We've known each other for many years now, and it was great to sit and "kee-kee" with him about all sorts of issues surrounding queer culture. After we taped his show, I interviewed him for Trilloquy. Johnathan brought some perspectives to the idea of Gay Mens' Choruses, as an institution, that I had never thought of before. I'm looking forward to sharing his thoughts with you, via podcast, in early June. Here are a few photos of our comings and goings:
On my way back to my hotel, I decided that I needed to pee a little more than I needed to prove to myself that I could traverse the MTA at 2 AM, so I hailed a cab. That's still pretty New York, right?