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Re: Tracks NYC

Luxury Lex ·
I'm almost certain that in the beginning the three Traxx (NYC, DC and Denver) were owned by the same people and it was a chain, but later the original owners sold off the franchise one by one. Arguably Traxx DC could have been the best of the three. I only went there a few times in the early -mid 90s but was impressed with how it blended the music of the NYC version with the indoor/outdoor ambiance of the Denver version, which also featured a large outdoor patio and sandpit. But the NYC...
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
The Mattress Factory does have a few images from her "It's all about ME, Not You": http://www.mattress.org/catalogue/96/king/96.lankton.html
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
Two persepctives on what's going on in Times Square and the sex market. First, from today's NY Daily News: And a more lenghty analysis from the NY Times:
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
Hatches -- It was impressive to meet you, such a stately figure of consequence with a wise, yet subdued kindness. I hope you like the Jackie 60 Fashion Forward shwag, I apologize for the interruption in your stage performance last night (that was not my doing, ahem, Daddy - I much prefer being on the dance floor!) ------------- As I continue to delve into NYC in the 80s, I find more and more information about DWs work and the artists he collaborated with. Just when I thought I had a...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Miss Understood ·
I first discovered Pyramid in late '87. My very first night happened to be a big benefit show, I think for Dee's teeth. Yeah, I know she didn't quite get them for a while, but that's another story. It was one of those super shows with a zillion acts! I was dazzled! In '87 the pyramid was all painted in crazy black and white trippy swirls, the shows were wild, and I was sold! It broke my heart when they painted it black. I became a regular at Hapi's party. It's what inspired me to do drag. I...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Rose Royalle ·
With his sometimes crackpot notions and radiant, ecstatic, vision of the holiness of being queer, Harry Hay refused to play the model homosexual EVEN IN THE GLOW of its conservatism, America "” which was formed via revolution, after all has always taken a certain pride in its radicals. Even so, America prefers to remember its history-makers in sanitized versions with none of the messy, often embarrassing flaws that are usually inscribed on the souls who take it upon themselves to change the...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Anna Nicole ·
Fantastic! This is totally what I keep saying... but as a Brit in the US... I keep getting told by Americans to shut up or go home... and again ..here we are in the land of the free... In some Bizarre way Sept 11th (and no doubt other terrorist acts after) have and will sadly show that America is not the King of the World and every other country does not want to be like America... People only learn this fully when they travel...MOST Americans DON"T travel! And, if they do they visit Club Med...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
Saw it. Everyone needs to. Really. Anyone reading this, if you haven't seen it, please go soon. People seem to think international travel is expensive. It's only expensive if you follow packages and agents. Get a Rough Guide or a Lonely Planet and you'll see how cheap it can be. I gag when I see the prices people pay for resorts like club Med. You can come here for a month with what they charge for a few days. Here's a trick for you: I met a woman on Koh Samui who had been living in a beach...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Luxury Lex ·
Recently I started reading a book called "Clubland: the Fabulous Rise & Murderous Fall of Club Culture" by Frank Owen, a freelance writer. The book goes into a lot about the Michael Alig/Angel murder case and the events leading up to it, but also gives extensive profiles of Peter Gatien himself as well as two other club impresarios, "Lord" Michael Caruso and South Beach club king Chris Paciello. Caruso and Paciello were both street thugs/gangsters who basically rose to the top as drug...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

seven ·
I stopped going to clubs around 1979. In fact I stopped going most anywhere outside,( for the next six years I hardly had any contact with other humans at all ) except maybe twice a month to buy food, -that and to shoot photos under the elevated at 2AM or in the burnt out apartment buildings that lined the block behind my apartment- soooo the last things I saw at clubs were punk bands, The Damned, The Slits, The Specials, P.I.L. etc. -Oh yes, I started going to clubs again around '92/'93- a...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Pops Steiner ·
I don't remember who came up with the name, probably Dug Wah, but it's a line from Bewitched. Endora says she's going to King Tut's Wah Wah Hut.
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

hatches ·
I don't remember who actually came up with the name. It might even have been Jesse Hultberg, but... Dug and Maggie had drawn up a list of about 5 or 6 possible names for the new bar, which included King Tut's and Dug read them to me. The bar was still under construction and they hadn't yet decided on a name. Later in the day, Haoui Montaug called me up and was writing an article about clubs and bars in the East Village for some major press like the Times. "What's the name of that new bar...
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Re: Swept Away part 2

daddy ·
Nothing like a good juxtaposition to clear the fog! The other night I was watching Larry King Live because he was doing a full hour with Johnny Cash. Durring the commercials I would channel surf. Madonna and her fake lesbian kiss was everywhere. That's all people were talking about. Madonna. Britney. Christina. Justin Timberlake's raised eyebrows. Then back to Johnny Cash. REALity. Johnny Cash is REAL. A REAL song writer. A REAL musician, a REAL drug addict, a REAL convict, a REAL outlaw, a...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

S'tan ·
and read "Heart/Deceitful" on the way to Paris, and then the second time all the way back... 'COAL' assuredly is one of the most heinous things ever put to paper! How is the kid still living after that? And not a scrap of self-pity, moralizing, or whining through any of it. Too great. And the cigarette lighter torture? The mother should be in jail (if it's true)... but (as my father said as he lit another cigarette) "all great writers have terrible childhoods." So don't ask me to be good,...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

Luxury Lex ·
Alas I have not seen the film version of American Psycho and so I can't comment on it. However your political take on it is very interesting, and an example of how time does things to movies and the way we interpret them and feel about them. Films that were flopped or received tepid enthusiasm from viewers initially can be hailed as classics twenty years later, etc. Sept 11th certainly cast much of the 90s in a different light than was possible for us to see before. And films are a whole...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Troylegra ·
nooooo... I knew that he didn't write it but I didn't know it was a cover...oh David... but wait... I smell redemption Bring Me the Disco King (written by David Bowie 2003, performed by David Bowie, Maynard James Keenan & John Frusciante) You promised me the ending would be clear You'd let me know when the time was now Don't let me know when you're opening the door Stab me in the dark, let me disappear Memories that flutter like bats out of hell Stab you from the city spires Life wasn't...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Guest ·
david bowie is the disco king.
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Lady King ·
Wow! I have not heard of amending the constitution in recent history.I have large gaps of memory missing regarding that sort of thing. Does the straight and narrow minded fear us that much? If Mike B. is not down with us then I would be the first one to throw a pink brick through the punks window. And then a bunch of band-aids but you get my point! xoxo Lady King It takes a Lady to know a Lady. [This message was edited by Lady King on 02-16-04 at 06:49 PM.]
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Yumako Yamagata ·
Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Minerva ·
It almost belongs under "okay, this is just fucked up", but Burger King actually did something interesting: The Subservient Chicken site. http://www.subservientchicken.com/ Go ahead, tell it to do anything. some of the responses are just great... try telling it that you want a chicken sandwich. Or that you love him. Or to give you fellatio.
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

daddy ·
Sorry I was a little rough on you Jenny but we work very hard on this night. And by most accounts it was one of, if not THE best NOTS ever. It's hard to hear complaints like, "there was no sound to the video" and "the show didn't start till 10:15". I know clubbing is not your thing and to be fair the Jackie 60 experience is pretty advanced even for jaded New Yorkers. So I'll lighten up if you'll just keep an open mind. Don't be like one of those "Ugly Americans" who go to another country and...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Stacy Amber ·
I knew I would be happily entertained when I went to the Bowie concert at Jones Beach on Friday night, but I didn't expect the Show of Shows that I experienced. He was so relaxed, suave and poised. Full of humor, joking and talking with the audience between every song, and totally giving of himself thoughout the evening. He was the epitome of the King of Cups in Tarot. He went everywhere with his song choices for the night, and wherever he went, he was completely into it. He had great...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Michael Madison ·
Par for the course... And I think we owe them a very deviant reception. Whaddaya say to resurrecting the BROWN PARTY??? And I wonder, who pays for these Broadway show tickets anyway? June 8, 2004 Broadway's Best Shows Too Risque for Republicans By REUTERS Filed at 9:43 a.m. ET NEW YORK - Gay puppets, transvestites, assassins and a pedophile child killer piled up Tony honors on Sunday but those shows will be shunned by Republican delegates at the political party's convention in New York this...
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Re: Puritan Watch

hatches ·
On second thought, they better not bother with Broadway at all. Aida is set in a country run by those damn Arabs, the Lion King is full of darkies, Bombay Dreams, a bunch of cow-worshipers and Fiddler about a pushy Jew.
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Re: RIP, VIP - Chapter 2 (3/5/04++)

Stacy Amber ·
How choked up I got when I heard that Marlon Brando had died today. I felt an era coming to a close. He became such an eccentric and fodder for the tabloid mills, but he helped revolutionize screen acting in his time, marched with Martin Luther King at the March on Washington in 1963 (along with Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and others), protested the screen misrepresentation of Native Americans, and was a pure counterculturist. And Lex, I'll second that sentiment about him having been a...
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

Stacy Amber ·
My boss is closing the store during the convention so that we can go protest. She says that she expects to be thrown in jail. I'll be right with her, but alas they will seperate us and either throw me in with the men, or put me in a "special" holding tank. I feel so strongly about what Tolstoy referred to as "Non-resistance" which so greatly inspired Ghandi and Martin Luther King, but with Bush and his cronies and all that are with him coming to our city, my heart and soul are full of desire...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

Luxury Lex ·
A small ray of hope. Refreshing. And a snappy judge!
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

Luxury Lex ·
ANNE GETS HER BITCH ON FOR THE MEDDLING RICE PICKERS !!! Those Amazon.com critics trashing her latest book best be careful .... she might hex 'em! Check out the photo -- Love her quietly seething rage.
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

S'tan ·
Hatches I went into Amazon.com too, to try to read that stuff and couldn't locate it. Can you tell me where to go, hons? Love your comments... Anne's "Dickensian" principles in truth put her on the side of the bad guys in those novels - the rich folk, who run industries that trample the little guys! Lexx your edit works 'cause you made it all one sentence; concision is her #1 problem. Putting 'slander' at the end of the sentence is better too, as I agree her use of "urinal" is a dangling...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Anna Nicole ·
This country has been puritan for ages!! AGES! The moral majority has ruled for SO long... don't forget ... it wasn't THAT long ago here that folks were segregated cos of color... that people were PUT ON TRIAL under mcCarthy... that Lenny Bruce was arrested... that Bill Hicks was removed from network tv... that Taye Diggs gets death threats cos hes married a white chick... that Roe V Wade is STILL an issue... in the words of Yul in the King and I "excetterrrah excettera...excetterahhhH!"...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

Michael Madison ·
Farewell charming old lines outside of nightclubs! Finally, no more waiting around to get into all my favorites: Cielo, Spirit, et al. It's PartyBuddys! Yesterday's NYT had a fascinating story about a couple of alleged former Limelight habitues, who are putting their club-smarts to good use: PartyBuddys helps Joe and Jane Schmos bypass lines and gain instant access to VIP lounges at all of the city's top clubs -- for a fee. I am so down with the hire-a-paparazzo, too. A steal at $250/night.
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Re: Conspiracy Theory....

Merlinator ·
what a healing jesture. this is an amazing sign of public affection and recognition for the queen to give them her car. am surprised and feel forgiving of the past so they may find some-sort of happiness together. can you imagine what being royal means to one whose greatgrandmama was an Empress with only a consort king.
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Re: SEX in Jackie 60

S'tan ·
hatches, I knew you never had a tryst with Gnome but Chi and I liked to imagine Gnome would one day get lucky. You made such an cute couple. Particularly when you were in Victorian and he wore his bloody meat market apron. Not for most, but for me this was totally sexy: One night Genesis and I were at Click for a Jayne County show (standing at the edge of the stage, looking straight up her dress the whole time.) We left and were wandering about the neighborhood, then so great! deserted and...
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
Blehpunk, Please email us at mail@theclubcreatures.com I'm calling Jojo, Greer's apprentice tonight to give him the heads up. He's got a couple pieces, and he's also been in touch with Paul Monroe (Greer's Husband) as recent as a year ago. At that time they were throwing around the idea of a book... I'd like to put you in touch with him. Also, I don't know what kind of connections you have, but if you can, you might want to consider talking to Nan Goldin. Some of her work features Greer. How...
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Re: Beams to New Orleans

hatches ·
It Took Bush Five Days To Make It To New Orleans. Finally. On CNN's Larry King Show tonight, someone (whose name I unfortunately did not catch) said via telephone, "It's obvious, President Bush does not care about Black people." The Rev Jesse Jackson, when queried by Larry King as to whether he thought if he felt that Bush really doesn't care about Blacks, said, "Well he sure isn't showing it." How true. These leaders must be held accountable for what is happening there. And all Gov.
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Re: Madonna: Swept Away, part IV

Michael Madison ·
Ooo ooo ooo! I wanna be Rosie O'Donell! Meanwhile, Madge cries: Liz Smith -- November 30, 2005 -- 'ME AND ELVIS? Are you kidding?! I'm gonna tell my dad. Maybe that will impress him." That was Madonna's reaction when we told the Queen of Pop that she has now tied the King of Rock 'n' Roll with the most top-10 singles ever "” 36 each. (Her latest being the crazily infectious "Hung Up.") M had not heard the news yet. I guess she really does stay away from media! And at 47, touchingly, she...
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Re: Mardi Gras in New Orleans 06: Krewe York

daddy ·
I second that emotion seven, what a trip! I guess we should start at the beginning... Here we are, right after greeting King Zulu and torturing the tortured mayor, at the famous Cafe Du Monde having beignets. seven, The Empress & Basil Twist seven, Daddy & Basil Twist
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Re: Mardi Gras in New Orleans 06: Krewe York

S'tan ·
Read this from "The New Yorker" about what France has done for New Orleans -- This is hot too: "The French are offering six-week residencies in France for artists displaced by the flood." NEW ORLEANS POSTCARD CONSULAT D'INFLUENCE by Dan Baum Issue of 2006-03-06 At the corner of Prytania and First Street, in New Orleans, stands a brick mansion with a French tricolor drooping from the gable. Eleven days after the levees failed, last August, heavily armed federal agents were banging on doors...
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
A wonderful recent Memoir with some fantastic photos that I've never seen XXXOOO Satori ----------------------------- GREER LANKTON, A MEMOIR by Julia Morton At the funeral of East Village artist Greer Lankton, held just over ten years ago in November 1996, her grieving parents displayed a family picture showing an ordinary middle-class mother and father, brother and sister all standing on a beach in khaki shorts, tees and walking shoes. Their hair was blowing and their suntanned faces were...
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Re: Amy Winehouse

arabella strange ·
Yes, I liked that line too and thought of our own Ms. Hathaway. I also really love 'Back to Black' which is very Phil Spector. Her beehive and eyeliner are very Ronnie Spector, aren't they? I have to confess I don't know a lot about Spector and his 'wall of sound' other than his work with the Ramones and as the crazy guy on trial with the crazy hair. Watching some of those Youtube interviews with Amy Winehouse, though, she references the Crystals song "He Hit Me and It Felt Like A Kiss"...
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Re: New and News, Part 6

seven ·
Here's a hilarious editorial from Der Speigel today. If you are wondering what europeans are thinking right now about the end of the Little Bush Idiocracy. The article has a few good bellylaughs and is outspoken in a way US media gave up 6 years ago. When have you ever heard any US journalist rightly deem Little Bush as delusional, or in an emotional fugue, or disasociative? Listen........ Bush's European Disaster By Sidney Blumenthal The president's trip was a pageant of disdain, delusion...
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Re: GWB and Catch 22

S'tan ·
THE FETUS WHO WOULD BE KING The New York Times July 23, 2007 Just What the Founders Feared: An Imperial President Goes to War By ADAM COHEN The nation is heading toward a constitutional showdown over the Iraq war. Congress is moving closer to passing a bill to limit or end the war, but President Bush insists Congress doesn't have the power to do it. "I don't think Congress ought to be running the war," he said at a recent press conference. "I think they ought to be funding the troops." He...
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Re: Francois K. King Britt ~ Deep Space Special Event ~ July 4th Dekalb Market

cgmusicnyc ·
Check out Time Out NY for DJ mixes: François K and King Britt The pair play at Deep Space: Mission #1 on July 4. http://www.timeout.com/newyork...ois-k-and-king-britt Advance Tickets http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?371510
 
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