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By Nick Delmacy | Apr 11 2012 | 18 Comments

  {rating}   Critiquing the work of independent artists is tricky business. It’s unfair to compare these Indies to big budget, multiple resourced endeavers. On the other hand, too many people dishonestly praise horrible indie projects, which does the artist a disservice in effectively honing their craft. This brings me to my dilemma in critiquing […]

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Apr 2 2012 | 6 Comments

  {rating} I don’t really know where to begin with my thoughts on this debut novel, “Sons” by Alphonso Morgan. It is a muddled,...

By Ockydub | Posted Apr 1 2012 | 5 Comments

Forgive me for what I am about to do.  I will be discussing multiple topics in one post…but for me there is a method in the chaos which was...

By Ockydub | Posted Mar 29 2012 | 10 Comments

  Celebrating Long Term Gay Relationships – Yes They are Possible! Here at Discreet City, we have written a couple of posts with subject matter...

By Ockydub | Posted Mar 29 2012 | 7 Comments

    The Lesser Discussed Abominations of the Bible We all know the usual scripture quoted and drilled into our minds and consciousness;   Leviticus...

By Ockydub | Posted Dec 22 2011 | 12 Comments

So I am looking at this article titled “The 8 Gay Men that Straight Women Love” from black women’s blog-site MadameNoire.com.  In the opening...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Dec 21 2011 | 5 Comments

  Based on my numerous posts on the subject, I think its safe to say that I have love for Hip Hop culture and music. How could I not? I came up...

By Ockydub | Posted Sep 19 2011 | No Comments

FROM THE DISCREET CITY ARCHIVES:   Well I am sure my thoughts will be all over the place with this post but I will try to keep them together.  So lets begin…I am a believer there is good and bad in everything.  There are good and bad folk out there regardless if they are gay […]

By Ockydub | Posted Sep 8 2011 | 6 Comments

I have resided in my subdivision for about five to six years.  I live towards the entrance of my subdivision so by position and location; I see...

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