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Chi Chi ·
What a beautiful post - its is such an honor and joy to live in memories like these. Thank you, it is so inspiring as we do the new work, different yet the same. Welcome to the Motherboards and do keep posting, you have a writer's touch..
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zephyr ·
Chi Chi--thank you so much! Keep it going...
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seven ·
Proving the distance between west 14th Street and T Magazine is just a well earned reputation.............. ________________________________________________________________________ If anyone understands the allure of these garments — and their, if you will pardon the expression, historical underpinnings — it is Chi Chi Valenti, who was running around town in her underwear years before Courtney Love showed up on Oscar night in a vintage white satin slip and a tiara. Valenti was the proprietor...
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Chi Chi ·
Can't believe that YOU read T Magazine, but that is just another reason to adore you I guess.. Yes, it was a total honor to have Lynn Yaeger write about me, and I always think of that couple in Lullaby of Broadway when I think of our flaming youth! If interested, other peeps, here's the context/ link: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes...1/02/24/early-birds/
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bobby Miller ·
Gorgeous! I remember those 5 inch Jourdan heels, I always feared for your safety in those shoes, I don't know why.
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LAD ·
Oh boy, do I remember MOTHER! Being a "working girl", I did not get out much, but Saturday nites in the 90's you would find me at 14th Street, stumbling in & out of LOVE with Falon, Sabrina, Brianna, Randella, Karin Singh (with Grandpa), etc. and the handsome bouncer, who alwaysmade sure I got a cab to take me home safely! Oh, his name was STEVE!
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Remembering "Mother"

zephyr ·
I still have such fond memories of 'Mother' nightclub, and was happy to find this site. I was a 20-something girl from Long Island, living in the East Village in 1998 and enthralled with the creativity and grit. I met a young lad who introduced me to...
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Summer Sounds of '79 : New Wave / Power Pop Explosion

twig the wonderkid ·
Michael T & Cathyland present Summer Sounds of '79 : New Wave / Power Pop Explosion with the live performance of four classic albums released in 1979 including EAT TO THE BEAT by Blondie, REGGATTA DE BLANC by The Police, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT by Pat Benatar, and CANDY-O by The Cars The Glammatix perform EAT TO THE BEAT by Blondie 8:30pm New York's Finest perform REGGATTA DE BLANC by The Police 9:30pm Cathy Cervenka performs IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT by Pat Benatar 10:30pm Car Trouble...
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