Articles Tagged “Brooklyn”

  • Forget “LOOKING”: The Outs is the best gay web miniseries out there.

    The Outs is a 2012 miniseries produced exclusively for Internet distribution. Filmed and set in Brooklyn, New York, the show tells the story of Mitchell , his best friend Oona, and his ex-boyfriend Jack and the trials and tribulations of relationships in New York City. It’s relatable, darkly funny and very well produced. I am surprised Netflix hasn’t picked this up. All 7 episodes are avialable for mass viewing on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/theouts

  • Giorgio Moroder and Chic to play the Hollywood Bowl in May

    Nile Rodgers’ Chic and Giorgio Moroder are teaming up for a bill showcasing the ongoing love affair between contemporary producers and the vibes of vintage dance music. Younger electronic acts including Oliver, Tensnake and Hard’s Gary Richards (in his Destructo alias) will open the night.

  • Gentrification Has Changed Urban Gay Culture

    A lot has been talked about gentrification over the years on how it’s
    changed cities. Poor residents got priced out, nice new amenities
    come in, crime goes down, and real estate goes up. Gentrification is
    really the result of various economic forces that occur at global
    levels. Major cities like New York are simply not the working class
    cities that they used to be.

  • Lady Gaga interviews Jean Paul Gaultier – Gaultier Exhibit at Brooklyn Museum through February 2014

    Gaga by Gaultier is an interview between Lady Gaga and fashion designer, Jean Paul Gaultier, that was filmed at the House of Gaultier in Paris, France

  • Narcissister opens Dirty Looks July 1 – Brooklyn NY

    Narcissisterʼs videos have been screened in festivals world-wide and she has amassed a diverse roster of performance venues (MoMA, The Kitchen, Americaʼs Got Talent), all this, after having only created the Narcissister character 6 years ago. This screening will be the first to survey the artistʼs video works and will be immediately followed by a performance.

  • PS1 Warm Up 2012 Line Up

    HTTP://FIERTH,COM – MoMA PS1 presents Warm Up 2012, beginning July 7 and taking place every Saturday this summer through September 8. Now celebrating its 15th year, the museum’s highly anticipated outdoor series will continue its tradition of introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, performance, and DJs. The annual series is held in MoMA PS1’s courtyard, which this year will feature a temporary urban landscape by HWKN called Wendy, the winning design of MoMA PS1’s 13th annual Young Architects Program.


    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Krystal Something -Something has got talent, From his work in the ground breaking performance group Backspace, and his larger than life avante-garde camp fashion sense he brings cartoon dreams to life. His recent endeavor, vying for a spot on Season 5 of RuPaul’s drag race has inspired a fan driven campaign to support a deserved place on the cast. Get to know (and vote for) Krystal Something-Something.

  • The B-List: Brooklyn – The A-List’s better half

    http://www.fierth.com – The much anticipated and critically acclaimed story of three B-List guys loving life and living the dream deep in the BK. Starring Mike Albo, Joseph Huff-Hannon and up-and-coming savant Alan Schwartzenbaum, the B-List was shot and edited by veteran B-Lister and producer extraordinaire Run Shayo

  • Rembering My Friend , Michael Sandy 1977- 2006 – Gay Bash Victim in Brooklyn

    http://www.fierth.com -By Brian Mills -The recent rash of Gang related gay bashing in the bronx has brought back painful memories that land on the same day I lost a friend of mine in 2006 . His Name Was Michael Sandy , a 28 Year old Interior Designer, One of the kindest and nicet guys you could hope to meet – No, Really

  • Antitwink gives you FRISKY DISCO at Blackout, Brooklyn FRIDAYS

    Antitwink gives you FRISKY DISCO at Blackout, Brooklyn FRIDAYS


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