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Gap Flagship
Fifth Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets
Limited Edition Tees
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A limited number of complimentary Big Gay Ice Cream sandwiches available Saturdays and Sundays with purchase.

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July 25th @ 3pm
889 Broadway
Book Signing and Q&A with Doug and Bryan

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Thursday
Jun182009

Sighting: Seattle, WA

Thursday
Jun182009

Sighting: Aspen, CO

Thursday
Jun182009

Rain.

Today's stank weather means... well, you can guess. No ice cream. Bummer!

I hope things are nicer tomorrow; I'm anxious to make shakes with these great blueberries I've been buying.
Monday
Jun152009

Good.

Confirmed: I will be on my own truck, doing my own gay thing, as of this Thursday. I had a great meeting tonight to work out logistics. My "usual" spot will right where it should be, I can tell you that much! Late Wednesday I'll be able to tell you where.

Thanks for sticking it out! In addition to what will be my home location, there are a bunch of fun events coming up. Here are a few of them:

June 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26
The Abrams Arts Center, 466 Grand St. (at Pitt)
From 6:30pm until 10pm
I'll be outside the theater, feeding folks on there way to the Tweed TheaterWorks production happening then, and anyone else who wants to come by is certainly welcome. Join me!

June 25
11pm-1am
I'll be outside The Phoenix (13th Street, just west of Avenue A). There will be a party raging inside the bar, and I'll be out on the curb adding to the mayhem.

June 27
4th Street Arts Block will be shutting down their block (East 4th, between 2nd and Bowery) for an afternoon celebration called Pride Goes East. I'll be there, kids!

XO
DOUG
Monday
Jun152009

Saturday wrap-up

I've been a little out of it since Saturday's big blast. What a day! I'm going back out for a little more training, and then starting Thursday I'll be out on my own for the rest of the month.

All of Saturday was quite staggering. We made a lot of people happy. In our weird little way we also opened a few minds, and that was very satisfying.

I've got to run out the door, but I want to share a bit of one of the emails I've gotten over the weekend. I hope the author doesn't mind. This sums up what many of them said, and I can tell you that it's all quite touching. Thanks everyone!
"My name is Kate, I stopped by the truck at Brooklyn Pride and ordered some chocolate with cayenne, and then a bit of extra cayenne. (My friend later ordered the blueberries with saba which was also delightful!) Anyway, I just wanted to say how happy your summer ice cream project has made me--from when I first read about it on Serious Eats, until I finally actualized the dream with friends yesterday--and I hope for more treats to come!"