Happy 35th birthday Jonathan

Jonathan Taylor Thomas 35th Birthday

Today, Thursday September 8th, 2016, it's 35 years since Jonathan Taylor Thomas was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. At the age of 6 he started acting in commercials, and at the age of 9 he landed the role that should change his life forever - the role as Randy Taylor on the

Common Ground on Video

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According to Blackstar Common Ground id to be released on video on 6th May 2002. It is currently ready for Pre-Order, so if you want it, it might be time to add yourself to the list. This is the Eoropean PAL version, a NTSC version is currently available from Amazon Source: Blackstar

Common Ground on Video

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Commond Ground has been released on Video in the US. Available from Amazon and other online stores. Still vaiting for an European release. Source: Amazon

Video Release of Common Ground

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According to Amazon.com, Common Ground will be released on Video on January 29, 2002. The Title is currently on Pre-Order, so if you want it, it might be a good idea, to jump to Amazon. Also cduniverse.com is advertising with a release. So we have something to look forward to. Source: Amazon.Com

Common Ground Premieres

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Showtime debuts Common Ground - which traces the experiences of gays in America from the 1950s to the present - Saturday night. Helmed by lesbian director Donna Dietch, the three-part movie begins with Paula Vogel’s play, "A Friend of Dorothy’s," about a young woman who returns to Homer, Conn., after

Harvey Fierstein heads to Akron – and to cable TV

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As part of Akron, Ohio’s Out in Akron Queer Festival, playwright and actor Harvey Fierstein will be performing his one-person show, This Is Not Going to Be Pretty on Saturday night (October 9), reports the Akron Beacon Journal. In a telephone interview with the paper, Fierstein also discussed Common Ground,

Showtime announces gay-themed movie

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The cable network Showtime announced a slew of new planned productions September 5, and one of the projects should greatly appeal to gays and lesbians: Common Ground, a trilogy that follows gay life in small-town America through the 20th century. The movie, starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas (who plays a bisexual