tiffany

Another Reason I’m Glad Not To Have Cable

I think we all know by know how I feel about Tiffany, the woman who had a bunch of hits in the late eighties despite a total lack of singing ability, good looks, dance skills, catchy songs, or, well, anything positive, really. So why am I not surprised that she’ll be making her reality TV […]

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Children, Behave!

So, yesterday Beth and I were talking about this weekend’s invasion by Gamera Tiffany, and that led to a discussion of Lene Lovich, who covered “I Think We’re Alone Now” (in both English and Japanese!) eight years before Tiffzilla. Lovich, a Michigander with a voice one might call “kooky,” got a cult following in the

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Could’ve Been So Beautiful, Could’ve Been So Right. Until Somebody Invited Tiffany Along.

As this blog’s resident expert on 80’s teen-pop and homosexuals, I have to say that I’m doubly shocked and appalled–or at least disappointed and confused–that the headliner of this year’s Pride festival is Tiffany. Tiffany, a girl who had three, maybe four hits twenty years ago, two of which were covers of songs that were

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