Events Archive

Pride in Long Beach: The Calm before the LA Storm

Since 1984, Long Beach has kicked off pride season with its historically early scheduling in late May....

Idina Menzel’s Odessey Continues at the Greek Theater

April 14 When you think of big voices, you once thought of Aretha Franklin and Beverly Sills. These days, that rarified territory belongs to Adele and Idina Menzel — and...

All Will Be Revealed in a Tour of Gay Art at the Met

April 21–22 What was once called “the love that dare not speak its name” is being given a red carpet treatment by the Metropolitan Museum with a showing that both...

Raconteur Penny Arcade: A Penny for Your Thoughts

April 8 and 9 Queen of the Manhattan underground (and collaborator with the likes of Andy Warhol and John Waters), Penny Arcade is still a poetic voice for outcasts and others....

Fans and Fantasy Converge at the NYC Queer Comic Fair

April 8 Carmine Street Comics and zine purveyors Wabi-Sabi Zinez have joined forces to bring something super to the city’s LGBT community with their first annual NYC Queer Comic...

All Night Long: Nothing but Hits with Richie and Carey

April 1 From the launch of his career as the balladeer contributor to ‘70s funk hitmakers The Commodores to his lengthy run of chart-topping solo singles, sugary soul crooner...

Ariana Grande: A Dangerous Tour and New Jams

March 30 and 31 Singer/actress/performer Ariana Grande is back to doing what she does best — and to prove that she’s more than a serious vocalist: She’s got staying...

Back in Black: NYC’s Fabled Black Party Returns

April 1 Dust off your leather and prepare to endure: the 38th annual edition of The Black Party is returning to NYC....

Back in Black: NYC's Fabled Black Party Returns

April 1 Dust off your leather and prepare to endure: the 38th annual edition of The Black Party is returning to NYC....

Jerry Seinfeld’s Back to the Beacon with The Homestand

March 16 Two New York institutions unite as funnyman Jerry Seinfeld resumes his monthly residency at The Beacon Theatre on Manhattan’s Upper West Side....

Jerry Seinfeld's Back to the Beacon with The Homestand

March 16 Two New York institutions unite as funnyman Jerry Seinfeld resumes his monthly residency at The Beacon Theatre on Manhattan’s Upper West Side....

Kerry James Marshall: One Artist’s View of Black History

March 12–July 3 In the 600-year history of the African American experience, there are tragically few known and collected artists and even fewer representations of black people...