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Posts Tagged ‘Matthew Poe’

FBLA Trolls WeHo – Finds Ho’ People

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This is another photo of the Patrick Range McDonald shindig.

From the left is Matthew Poe who’s at UCLA Live and said he’s looking forward to working with former LAT editor turned flack Robin Rauzi.

In the middle is Michael O. Gallant producer of the current film Humboldt County. And to the right is actor Vincent De Paul, who’s had a small roll in just about everything – including Humboldt County. And uhm, this picture doesn’t really do him justice. He’s smoking.

You know, if you’re into actors…which we are not…not really anyway.

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FBLA Trolls WeHo – Finds Journos

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We went to Patrick Range McDonald‘s birthday party in West Hollywood on Saturday. Here we are pictured with McDonald (in the middle) and Variety’s Ted Johnson.

Other notables at the party include Michael Weinstein, founder of AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Mike Gatto, attorney and politico at Mayer Brown, Miki Jackson and John Walsh, who host Neighborhood Point of View (the cable access show), Japhy Grant, editor of Queerty.com, Rick Jacobs, founder of Courage Campaign, Christine Pelisek, staff writer at LA Weekly, Daniel Heimpel and Max Taves, freelancers at the Weekly Jill Stewart, deputy news editor at LA Weekly David Hernandez, longtime gadfly and public access producer Sabrina Venskus, environmental attorney, B. Daniel Blatt, blogger at GayPatriot.net, Tom Whitman, nightlife promoter, Nick Velasquez, Rocky Delgadillo‘s spokesman, writer Luke Thompson and Jim Hoffmaster, character actor.

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was, of course, invited but didn’t show. Which was both disappointing and expected…just like his stint as mayor.