Tag: nightlife

Daily Dapper: A Little Cab Company Review

When it comes to taxis in New York City, I have almost seen it all. Rudeness, homophobia, you name it. But, there is one thing that really stands out and just becomes a thorn in my side. So the story goes, after hosting Sunday night I had finally reached my destination at the Manhasset train station off of the Long Island Railroad. I immediately spotted a taxi dropping off two girls. After motioning to the driver if I could get a ride, I was given the go ahead to enter the car.
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Last night with DexStar G / 5.30

Capturing last night one click at a time

Last night with DexStar G / 5.29

Capturing last night one click at a time

Daily Dapper: Happy Tuesday (Events & Goodies)

Calling all fabulous beings. Are you bored with no idea of where to go hang out tonight? Well, tighten your corset, pull up those pantyhose, and straighten that wig and strut your ass down to Westgay at Westway and get yourself featured in Marco Ovando‘s new viral video shoot for Marina & The Diamonds‘ single ‘Primadonna.’ The festivities and shit show begin at 10pm with upstate New York’s insane duo of Isis Vermouth and Shealita Babay. Haven’t seen these two in public? Consider yourself unlucky. What’s not to love about a right wing political nutbag shouting obscenities at you when you’re half in the bag? Go be part of the fun.
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Interview: Scott Wittman on "Jukebox Jackie", 54 Below and "Smash"

Scott Wittman is a busy man. In addition to writing lyrics every week for Smash‘s show-within-a-show Bombshell (and serving as an executive producer for the NBC hit), and working as Creative Consultant for the much-anticipated new cabaret space 54 Below, he has conceived and directed Jukebox Jackie, currently playing at LaMaMa ETC. Jukebox Jackie: Snatches of Jackie Curtis is a collage of scenes, poetry, music and dance culled from the works of Jackie Curtis, who performed as both a man and a woman throughout his career in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, stating, “I’m not a boy, not a girl. I’m just me, Jackie.”

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