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Articles Tagged “NYC”

  • The Black Party 2014 DJ Line-Up Has Been Selected…

    With its choice of DJS for RITES XXXV, The Black Party has programmed a decidedly progressive underground sound reflective of current musical trends in dance capitals such as NYC, London and Berlin.

  • Mindblowing Morphing Paper Sculptures Exhibited in NYC Chelsea Gallery

    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.

  • Watch: THE QUEEN: Full version of the Rare 1968 CLASSIC

    The Queen was filmed in NYC in 1967 and released in theaters in 1968. In 1967 it was illegal for men to dress as women. The documentary follows a 1967 Drag pageant judged by Andy Warhol among others. It stars Jack Doroshow aka Flawless Mother Sabrina, Richard Finochio aka Rachel Harlow and Crystal LaBeija. Crystal went on to start The House of LaBeija pageants which was the premise of the 90′s documentary “Paris is Burning.” In 1972 Richard Finochio underwent sex reassignment surgery to become Rachel Harlow, she began dating John B. Kelly, Grace Kelly’s brother. The relationship ended when John’s mother said she would disinherit him if he married Rachel. Rachel opened the Philadelphia night club “Harlow’s” in the 1970′s. The only person to surface since this classic film was made is Jack Doroshow when he was interviewed by James St. James on youtube. International Chrysis (1951-1990) can be seen as a teenage boy rehearsing dance numbers. These are the Queens who opened the doors for RuPaul and RuPaul’s Drag Race of today.

  • Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony Designed at NYC’S 5POINTZ

    Meredith Vieira talks with George Tsypin, the production designer for the Opening Ceremony of the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, Designed at New York City’s now defunct 5POINTZ

  • Happy Birthday Klaus Nomi : The Nomi Song

    Looks like an alien, sings like a diva – Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980’s most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through the underground New York music scene. A counter tenor who sang pop music with opera and brought his unique style mix to the club and alternative audiences. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was.

  • The 7 Must See Holiday Shows of NYC with Joan Rivers, Jinkx, Alaska, Jackie Beat, Pandora, Sherry Vine & more

    When your done decking the halls and Donning your gay apparel why not treat yourself and others to some of the best holiday shows in New York City this season , Here’s our short list of some of the funniest events happening this holiday season .

  • Fierth i-ON Interview with CHRISTEENE – LIVE AT WEBSTER HALL JUNE 7TH 2013

    CHRISTEENE and the Boyz – T Gravel, C Baby & JJ Booya make a much overdue return to NYC for ONE NITE ONLY before crossin that ocean for their first ever European Tourrrr.

  • WIN A TICKET TO THE 2013 BLACK PARTY NYC FROM FIERTH.COM – MARCH 23TH 2012

    The Black Party is one of gay New York’s largest attended, most anticipated and highly promoted events.
    It is known and respected worldwide for its notorious productions and continues to retain its reputation
    for cutting edge innovation and staging, superstar international DJs, world class performances and its
    legendary “strange live acts.”

  • 2012 Fashion’s Night Out – Complete Event Listing

    Join editors, stars, models, fashionistas, and designers on September 6, 2012, as they flood stores in cities across the country and around the world for fashion’s most iconic extravaganza.

  • Scissor Sisters | Official Movie for the “Black XS – Excessive Sessions”

    From July 2012 on a A rooftop somewhere on Manhattan’s West Side -Relive the Scissor Sisters performance for the “Black XS – Excessive Sessions”, by Paco Rabanne.

  • GET INTO: Mykki Blanco “Head is a Stone” New Music Video @mykkiblanco

    From Mykki Blanco & The Mutant Angels on UNO & OHWOW

  • Fierth i-ON Interview with JACKIE BEAT

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – JACKIE BEAT, everyone’s favorite big and bawdy, bold and ballsy, in-your-face funny “lady” returns to Times Square for Memorial Day weekend. Beginning May 25, the self-professed bastard child of “Weird” Al Yankovic and Bette Midler will premiere JACKIE BEAT: ME SO THORNY at The Laurie Beechman Theater

  • Visionaries: Klaus Nomi: The Nomi Song Full Length

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Looks like an alien, sings like a diva – Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980’s most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through the underground New York music scene. A counter tenor who sang pop music with opera and brought his unique style mix to the club and alternative audiences. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was.

  • Happy Mother’s Day

    Happy Mother’s Day from Fierth.com

  • Ian Sklarsky’s Future Zoo at Yotel

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – As an homage to the Frieze Art Fair’s first foray into the New York market this May, and as the launch of what will be a rotating art series, YOTEL New York at Times Square West introduces “NYC Future Zoo”, a temporary exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Ian Sklarsky. Using the Blind Contour drawing method which has become one of his signatures, Sklarsky created a series of colorful animals which will be popping up in various locations throughout YOTEL — including in the elevators, on the glass walls of the Club Cabins and in the YOBOT lounge at Ground Control, right near the front entrance. “NYC Future Zoo” will be on display at YOTEL through May 18. Additional local artists are in the pipeline for future temporary exhibitions at the property throughout the year.
    For more information about the artist check out www.iansklarsky.com

  • WIN A TICKET TO THE 2012 BLACK PARTY NYC FROM FIERTH.COM – MARCH 24TH 2012

    HTTP://FIERTH – WIN A TICKET TO THE 2012 BLACK PARTY FROM FIERTH,COM – RITES XXXIII Saint At Large Presents The Black Party , March 24, 2012 Roseland Ballroom, NYC

  • FIERTHtv : New York Fashion Week The Blonds: Live Fast, Dye Blond!

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Mike Diamond reports from The Blonds’ sizzling Fall Fashion show ‘Live Fast, Dye Blond’! For Fierth TV.

  • Fierth i-ON interview with Actor and Film Maker Joshua Nelson

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth i-ON interview with Actor and Film Maker Joshua Nelson – Joshua Nelson is a NYC based actor, writer and filmmaker, whose projects include the films ‘Pink Eye’, ‘Skinned Alive’ and ‘Baby Fat’; he has also recently appeared on NBC’s ‘Law & Order’ and Comedy Central’s ‘Black Jack’ television series.

  • Fierth i-ON interview with Mark Allen

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth gets to know Mark Allen, who is a contributor to The New York Times, NPR’s All Things Considered, Vice, and DJs at the freeform radio station WFMU. He has performed storytelling & stand-up at Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Dixon Place and 92Y Tribeca, and runs his own NYC show called Pitch! Mark used to get naked on bar tops for a living, and once got jokingly “cured” of my homosexuality by a NYC ex-gay church, live on stage at Upright Citizen’s Brigade.. Get into Mark Allen

  • Fierth iON interview with JACKIE BEAT

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth.com recently had the pleasure of picking the brain of legendary Drag-comedienne Jackie Beat who’s been treating audiences to her shock and awe shows for many years. Jackie has toured with Roseanne Barr, and collaborated on special material for the likes Rosie O’Donnell and Jennifer Coolidge; She’s appeared in countless TV shows (Sex and the City), movies like Grief, Wigstock The Movie, Flawless, Adam & Steve, and shined in Off-Broadway hits “Valley of the Dolls” &”Tell-Tale!” and has written and produced her own shows like “whatever happened to Busty Jane” She has been named Best Drag Queen by New York Press and Best Live Performance by HX Magazine. Jackie is also a columnist, lead singer for the electro-rock band, Dirty Sanchez, and the subject of the documentary film My Name is Jackie Beat including commentary from Joan Rivers, Margaret Cho, and Roseanne.

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