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Just days after 16 year old Justin Casquejo was taken into custody for his daring act of free climbing to the top of the Freedom Towers Spire at 1,776 feet, This video has appeared on Youtube showing three men jumping from the top of the newly constructed tower again breaching security at the alleged highly secure building. Awesome Video.
Get to know Bianca Del Rio Star of Rupaul’s Drag Race #ROLODEXOFHATE #BIANCADELRIO
Le1f Performs Wut on David Letterman
Derek Nicoletto and his band have released the latest video for “Hell In Gramercy” from his album “Just Panic And Get it Over With”. Shot on location at the t Gibson Showroom at The Hit Factory. This iconic studio was the location where several landmark albums have been recorded including The Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue Album, Notorious B.I.G.’s Ready to Die, Patti Smith’s Dream of Life, and Beyonce Dangerously in Love and many many more.
The library should not only be open but its walls should also throb from the whip of a deep bass line and the snap of a sassy high-hat. This combination catalogs any worthy “bitch track.” The best of the classic ones from the 1990s by Roxy, Franklin Fuentes and others had you both laughing at their clever lyrical reads and duck walking to the driving house music beat.
A couple of days ago I got together with the fabulous singer, Jason Morris, who I had the pleasure to meet and see his latest solo show “Musically Yogic…” at the Metropolitan Room. Lucky for us he is performing an encore show on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, My favorite day of the year… Green Beer and Corned Beef for MargOH! Anyway…I invited him to one of my favorite little drinkin spots and here’s what happened!
Mike and Matinga school the kids on the Village People movie ‘Can’t Stop The Music’, a camp classic. Learn it!
This podcast discusses a well known figures in AIDS history, Quebecois flight attendant Gaetan Dugas aka “Patient Zero”. Dugas was a very, very promiscuous homosexual who was showing symptoms of what would be later labelled as HIV/AIDS before the virus was discovered and even before they knew it was a virus or even sexually transmitted.
A strategy to genetically modify cells from people infected with HIV could become a way to control the virus that causes AIDS without using antiviral drugs, according to results from an early-stage trial that were published on Wednesday.