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Monday Briefs: Greg on OUTspoken radio tonight; A party for “Mr. Wright” and the US Open begins!

Hello all!

Crazy day. There’s Emmy stuff to wrap up, I’ve got all kinds of family visiting and a busy day ahead! Among the things on my agenda is an appearance on OUTspoken radio with Donny Meacham. The show begins at 7 p.m. and I’ll be on at around 7:30 p.m.

This will be my first-ever appearance on the show and I’m looking forward to it. I know we will be chatting about the Emmys a bunch and whatever else Donny has in mind. I’ll just be winging it which is what I usually do pretty much every day of my life!

You can listen live at or go back later and check it out on archives!

After the radio show, I’ll be heading over to Here Lounge in West Hollywood for the Finding Mr. Wright pre-production party benefiting AIDS Walk LA.

The movie stars and is being produced by out actor Matthew Montgomery and also stars David Moretti (The Lair) and Rebekah Kochan (the Eating Out movies). It starts filming on Sept. 22 and is the sixth movie Matthew is producing under his Proteus Pictures banner.

Proceeds will be split between Matthew and David’s personal fundraising efforts for the AIDS walk. There will be a raffle (including a painting by The Young and the Restless star Thom Bierdz, who will paint live at the event), underwear models, jello shots, a red carpet where people can get their pictures taken with Matthew, David, and Rebekah who will emcee.
For more information, here is a LINK to the event’s FACEBOOK page! all of this going on, this rabid tennis fan will not be able to watch a minute of the US Open. Tennis’s last grand slam tournament of the year begins today in New York City.
Among those competing today are America’s top-ranked male Andy Roddick who will be looking to celebrate his 28th birthday today with a first-round win. (It takes seven rounds to win the tournament). Andy has not won the US Open since 2003 so he is long overdue. But his play this summer does not bode well for a long-awaited trip back to the winner’s circle.
Andy, who is seeded ninth, could make it to the quarterfinals or even the semis but I’d wager that Roger Federer or Andy Murray will be holding that big trophy up in two weeks time.

Federer is pictured (left) with Kim Clisters and Rafael Nadal. One thing the three have in common is that they have all been ranked number one in the world. They also have seven US Open singles titles between them. But, shockingly, current number one Nadal, winner of five French Opens, two Wimbledons and an Australian Open, has never won the US Open. Federer has five times and Clisters twice, including last year.

Clisters and Federer are my picks to win again this year!



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