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Fierth TV’s Mike Diamond reports on Lady Bunny’s one woman show ‘Clowns Syndrome’.Extended every Tuesday June. Get tix online at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/even…
Tuesday nights at 8pm La Escuelita 301 West 39th Street between 8th and 9th Aves
Mango (Chris Kattan) has return in an eight minute and 40 second short for T by Alexander Wang. There is a music video. There is mention of a rainbow. There are no gold, sparkly shorts, sadly, but there is a Wang joke. He throws shade at Derek Blasberg. Derek Blasberg is in it.
New York City’s quintessential Disco Dinner returns with a new venue, new menu, new looks and of course……the legendary cast of nightlife luminaries!
While the LGBT continues to consume itself in infighting and language policing, Real hate is at work on the outside watching the tensions rise with hopes for real weakness and retreat, We have always been stronger, bolder and irrepressible in our resolve. In a recent article posted to the National review, and by far one of the most blatant outbursts of transphobia I have ever read published to a major media outlet, writer Kevin D. Williamson attacks the Trans community and Laverne Cox in particular in his misguided and vicious diatribe. Please comment and share. The hate around us is real and unity is most important.
Let Julianne Moore, Isaac Mizrahi, Diane Von Furstenberg, Michael Musto and other famous (and infamous) faces take you on a fantastic voyage to New York City’s legendary Florent diner.
Hervé, one of the most acclaimed UK dance music producers and DJ’s of the past decade comes together with Mad Decent favorite, Zebra Katz, for this energetic track that is sure to make you want to get up and shake it. Zebra Katz brings us his signature minimalist rap and while Hervé provides uptempo instrumentals for a track that is sure to make way to dance floors everywhere.
Read Barack Obama’s full proclamation here.
Bitch, That Is NOT A Birkin – Vito Fun, Luther Riggs, Roxy Cottontail Featuring Asif Zaidi
Meet the Izikhotane-a subculture among black youths in South Africa’s townships who buy expensive designer clothes they cannot afford and then engage in elaborate dance-offs with rival gangs to demonstrate who is the most extravagant. Often, this involves destroying their clothing and setting fire to money.