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10/07/2009

'Green Acres: The Queer Generation'

by Jeremy Hooper

Brent-JoshCongrats to gay couple (and friends of G-A-Y) Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell. The two are getting their own reality series:

Beekman Farm is a funny and irreverent peek into the world of Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge, a fish-out-of-water couple who are reviving a farm in upstate NY in order to create a new organic lifestyle brand, 'Beekman 1802'. The series, produced by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato's World of Wonder, uncovers how the couple's city slicker skill-set doesn't mean much when it comes to wrangling pigs and making goat's milk cheese.
Planet Green Greenlights Beekman Farm (wt), a Fresh and Fabulous Docu-Series That Puts a Spotlight on Two City Dwellers who Leave Everything Behind To Go Country [PR Newswire]

The Real Househusbands of Sharon Springs, NY. Fantastic, boys! May your relational fates be less Jon & Kate and more Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar (except with dairy cows rather than kids and progressive views rather than the homo-hostile teachings of Bill Gothard)

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I can't help but wonder how Josh's buddy Shirley is reacting to this news... But seriously, congrats to them both.

Posted by: Rachel Snyder | Oct 7, 2009 7:48:13 PM

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