Thursday, December 29, 2011
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
In Sderot, an Israeli town a 2 kilometers away from Gaza is lighting a menorah made of Qassam rockets fired at the town. Located on the rooftop of the local Hesder yeshiva which combines Torah learning with army service for high school graduates from all over Israel, the rocket menorah has come to symbolize the city's own Hanukkah miracle -- one where the resilience and faith of a community can overcome difficult times.
Friday, December 23, 2011
Thursday, December 22, 2011
In today's article written by Shamika Sanders: There's a butter crisis in Norway!"
As the stockings are “hung by the chimney with care,” we at TheUrbanDaily are basking in Internet glory over the pure ratchetness that has surfaced over the year. We are taking a look back at these humorous, sometimes shocking instances over the next 12 days of Christmas so stay tuned!
Did you know that there’s a butter crisis in Norway? No, not “Boy Butter” ( I know what you’re thinking)!
BTW: I looked up the word ratchetness and it is defined as loud and obnoxious : )
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
My incredibly gorgeous and wildy successful super-model sister, Donna Feldman, has just been ranked as number 28 of the hottest 50 Jewish women in the world. According to men's style mag, Complex Magazine includes celebrity hotties like Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Scarlett Johansen and of course Donna Feldman in this Complex.com kosher collection of the most beautiful ladies celebrating Hannukah this year.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Orthodox Jewish a-cappella group covers Matisyahu's 'Miracle' ahead of Festival of Lights, for fans of "Big Bang Theory" and "Blossom", keep an eye open for Mayim Bialik (a.k.a. Amy Farrah Fowler) who is featured with her sons in the video.
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Lettuce Rejoice is the perfect present to give your self for the holidays. Out right belly laughs are the free gifts with purchase with each ticket sold. Every night, Hedda will be giving away a basket filled with Boy Butter Lubricant to one lucky patron. I am moist like a little Debbie snack treat just thinking about it! The very talented Paul Leschen will be accompanying Hedda on piano (he played on the Scissor Sisters first album). Tickets sell out fast so make your reservations today. Hedda’s crisp comedy and delicious song parodies have made this festive celebration a hit for the past ten years. Look forward to hearing such songs as, ‘Here Comes Tranny Clause’, the classic song, ‘Sleigh Ride’, in Hedda’s hands turns into a gay mans quest for sex on Grinder, and ‘Do You Hear What I Hear’ is now, ‘Do You Think That He’s Queer,’ about a fag hag desperately seeking a sexual relationship with a gay man. Plus, a holiday homage to the recently departed Amy Winehouse. Too soon perhaps? Not for the sardonic Miss Lettuce. The Holidays are upon us, now that Lettuce Rejoice 2011 is around the corner. Playing at the famed cabaret club, The Metropolitan Room, in Chelsea I ask you, “how can a girl go wrong?”
Monday, December 12, 2011
The famous New York city Museum of Sex has Boy Butter 9 oz Squeeze bottles on display and on sale on the street facing windows of 5th ave and 27th Street. You can imagine my swelling pride as my products continue to gain further visibility and respectibility in the sexual industry througout the country and abroad.
Museum of Sex
233 5th Ave,
New York, NY 10001
Incidentally, it is located directly across from the main Boy Butter headquarters.
Museum of Sex on 5th Ave.
What a joyous holiday treat this site is for me.
Boy Butter Original and Boy Butter H20 9 oz Squeeze Bottles
on display for the world to see
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Scientists have discovered a planet not too much bigger than Earth that's circling a distant star that's much like our own sun. What's more, this planet is in the "Goldilocks zone" around that star — a region that's not too hot and not too cold. That's the kind of place that could be home to liquid water and maybe even life. The planet, known as Kepler-22b, is the first near-Earth-sized planet to be found smack dab in the middle of the habitable zone of a twin to our Sun.
The planet is about 2 1/2 times the size of the Earth. It orbits a little closer to its star than our planet does to our sun, and goes around once every 290 days compared with our 365. But its star is a bit cooler than our sun, says William Borucki of NASA Ames Research Center, who heads NASA's Kepler space telescope mission, which detected this planet. "That means that that planet, Kepler-22b, has a rather similar temperature to that of the Earth," Borucki says. "Its surface temperature would be something like 72 Fahrenheit."
It's not yet clear what kind of surface the planet might have — researchers don't know if the planet is made mostly of rock or water or something else. And don't expect astronauts to climb on a rocket and go there anytime soon. "The star is some 600 light-years away," says Borucki, "so it's not terribly far away, but not terribly close either."
Monday, December 5, 2011
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Last night the 26th year of the extremely popular gay party was thrown by SAGE and was held at the Chelsea Piers. Twenty-five hundred of New York's A-list were rubbing elbows and enjoying the good music, open bars and photo booths. This is one of the largest money making events for Sage and they are always kind enough to prominently display Boy Butter as a raffle prize near the entrance. You know I love charitable events and this is the kind you can get dressed up for and enjoy doing good for the needy, meet up with friends and meet new people. If you did not go this year, make sure you don't miss next year's Toys Party.
You'll Never Know it isn't Boy Butter pyramid raffle prize
Rob Jackson and I
A view of the crowd
Michael and I
Brendan, Camille, Ray, and Michael
A mountain of gifts for kids and seniors
Friday, December 2, 2011
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Wahls has two mothers, and came to oppose House Joint Resolution 6 which would end civil unions in Iowa.