Tattoos, piercings, bustiers and — storm trooper helmets? You never know quite what to expect when the SuicideGirls are involved. These self-proclaimed “alternative pin-up girls” — many of whom identify as lesbian or bisexual — are bringing their critically acclaimed Blackheart Burlesque to the one-of-a-kind art gallery and concert hall Le Poisson Rouge. Their tantalizing performances have been reviewed as: “Comicon meets burlesque nerd orgy.” Those who want to get up close and personal with the bad-ass beauties can opt…Find out more »
Two New York institutions unite as funnyman Jerry Seinfeld resumes his monthly residency at The Beacon Theatre on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Following last year’s sold-out run, “The Homestand” brings Seinfeld’s city-centric humor to one of Manhattan’s most historic venues. With 20 performances added for 2017, these Thursday night sets will continue to entertain fans of the comedian and the hit television show that bears his name. “I had a feeling this was going to happen,” Seinfeld says of his…Find out more »
Two great reasons to visit Florida and more amazing parties: Miami Beach Gay Pride April 7-9 Miami Beach Gay Pride draws over 130,000 people to celebrate on the beach each year. Over time, this massive celebration has grown from a neighborhood party into a world-class event featuring stars like Gloria Estefan and Adam Lambert. miamibeachgaypride.com Matinée Easter Weekend April 13-16 The third edition of europe’s hot spring festival returns to Barcelona for four days of internationally known DJs and events…Find out more »
It’s an age-old dilemma: serve your valentine a dish as rich as romance, or something to avoid feeling stuffed after dinner?
This World AIDS Day, we recall the words of those who’ve continued to advance the public conversation about HIV: outspoken performers, stalwart survivors and icons we won’t forget.
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Musicals are so often thought of as “gay,” it can be easy to forget that every once in a while one of of them actually addresses the LGBT experience, like La Cage Aux Folles, Falsettos, or Kiss of the Spider Woman.
May 14 Tattoos, piercings, bustiers and — storm trooper helmets? You never know quite what to expect when the SuicideGirls are involved.
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In the calm after the cruel storm of the first world war, a mysterious Frenchman visits a German town to put flowers on the grave of A soldier named Frantz.