A group called Freedom2Dance is circulating a petition to legalize dancing in NYC without requiring business owners to obtain a cabaret license.
Mary J. Blige took the stage on Saturday night as the headline act at the 2012 White Party in Palm Springs, California.
Let’s kick off Music Monday this week with a triple play. Check out these amateur videos show on Saturday night as Mary J. Blige performs “Just Fine”, “Ain’t Nobody” and “No Drama” in that order below:
If you are or were a young gay man coming of age in New York over the past decade or so, then you’re familiar with a nightclub known mostly as Heaven that went by the name Rush for a few years in the midst of its run.
Heaven, as we will refer to it for the purposes of this discussion, started in 1999 and since 2009 or so has been dying a slow death. Following recent events in the last minutes of 2011, it looks like the grave is dug and it is time to say goodbye. However, one man and his newly formed team seem to want it to stay open really badly, but why?
In this two part series, we’ll take a walk down memory lane and look at Heaven then and now. We’ll also pose the question, why would someone want to own a failing business so badly. Maybe being popular among teen boys tops some people’s bucket lists. We’ll tackle that topic in part of this series which will be released Friday afternoon. But first, let’s look back at Heaven, Hell and Rush…