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The Channel 4 documentary “Pump Up The Volume” tells the story of the social and cultural explosion that is House. From its roots in Chicago, where it grew out of the ashes of Disco. House music has risen to become the soundtrack to every fashion show, after-show party, premiere and club opening around the world.
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And it is really happening! In St. Petersburg in particular, activists and performers, including international superstars like Madonna and Lady Gaga, have faced fines and legal proceedings for expressing support for the local LGBT community. One individual was arrested and fined in St. Petersburg for holding a sign supporting LGBT rights that sated simply “Gay is Normal.” Six LGBT activists were also detained in front of the State Children’s Library in Moscow in July with another “Gay is Normal” banner. And at the end of July, four Dutch videographers filming a documentary on LGBT rights in Russia were briefly detained under the federal law, supposedly for interviewing LGBT youth, and then released and deported on a technicality.
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Buddy Cole infiltrates Sochi’s only gay bar to learn about the Russian homosexual lifestyle.
House of “O” Monday Night Supper Club – NYC – Weekly Dinner & Dance Party Brings it EVERY TIME. This week Flotilla, Adam Joseph, Dj Peter Pony & Tobell Von Cartier, Amanda Lepore & Paul Alexander
Called “Gay Mountain,” the 90-second promotion features a shirtless male performer wearing a bear tail and surrounded by backup dancers in sequined bodysuits and sunglasses. On its corporate homepage, Channel 4 posted a photograph of the dancer with the caption: “Good luck to those out in Sochi.”
At first glance, the sculptures sitting in New York’s Klein Sun Gallery appear to be impeccable recreations of Greco-Roman porcelain masterpieces. Seconds later, the gallery’s assistant is stretching and twisting what looks like the solid, chiseled cheekbones of Michelangelo’s David into a giant slinky.
Seven years in the making, five and a half hours long, shot with a cast of hundreds in an abandoned RV dealership in Los Angeles, a cathedral and defunct steel mill in Detroit, and a flooding replica of Norman Mailer’s house floating on a barge down the East River – Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler’s River of Fundament finally debuts with a world premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music tomorrow night, playing through Sunday. It’s “a story of Egyptian gods and the seven stages of reincarnation, alongside the rise and fall of the American car industry.”
The second annual Brooklyn Nightlife Awards were held Sunday night at Radio Bushwick hosted by Merrie Cherry and Isis Vermouth the event brought out some of the most colorful queens and nightlife personalities in the NY Scene. Brooklyn Nightlife Awards Organizer Merrie Cherry had this to say about this event: ” This is the beginning. Brooklyn is a strong contender for being a destination place for nightlife. goers. We are out here and so will the rest of you very very soon.”