A Day in Gay America, 2010
BY Advocate Contributors
July 12 2010 4:00 AM ET
10:59 a.m., New York City. Jon Paul Buchmeyer, author of the memoir Alphabet City, on Fifth Street and Avenue A in the East Village. “This sums up what I think of my gay life,” he says. “It’s me with an optimistic attitude, like Mary Tyler Moore, thowing my hat in the air.”
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