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Re: Susanne Bartsch / David Barton Toy Party?

Chi Chi ·
Hi Judy! David Barton Gym and Susanne are not holding their annual Toy Party this year. "The Toy Party" this Friday is another big annual toy drive at Chelsea Piers that Johnny has spun at for the past few years and will be spinning again on Friday 12/2. It is very popular and I believe already sold out (it sells out every year) here is the invite for reference ...much love to you Judy
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

Guest ·
Although I am a Brown Party fanatic, I have to admit it's the performances that I miss the most and the onstage banter between Chi, Paul, Hattie and assorted guest verbalists. little Annie intoxicating a crowd of non believers, amanda & her poodle balloons, Armen & his whistle, Billy Beyond doing anything always brilliantly, Heather Rabbit serving booty & fierce domidetermination, Clark & David almost getting into a fight over the correct Tallulah hair, Michael O'Brien at...
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Re: Tracks NYC

daddy ·
Traxx in DC was major! What a great club. 5th column was good too (we played there) but Traxx DC was legendary in even in NY. (Along with Zanzibar in Jersey and The Catacombs in Philly). I think originally all the Trax clubs were connected but they never made it as gay shopping mall clubs and were sold. I'm not totally sure about this. I was a DJ there in one of the incarnations. I remember Bruce Willis was the bartender. He was so funny. He was an actor always going on auditions. I NEVER...
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Jean Free Laura McCutchan Ted n Di Destin Coleman Rosen, Robyn Andew Stellman Leonardo from thegothicshoppe.com David Kirkpatrick james galus lisa feuer Darenzia and Charles more to come, I pray Kylie xoxoxoxox
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Natalia Lincon from Unto Ashes a web site has been set up by david kirkpatrick to list people who are ok http://www.slack.net/~critical/ kylie xoxox
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Ted & Di ·
Katy from P-cult is fine Melanie from Justine's is also ok Tim Mullen is ok has anyone heard from: Russ Burns? <= OK John Steelo <=OK Big Bruce <=OK Chris Flam <=OK Baroness & Mark <= OK Randella Todd <=OK Syren <=OK Ashley Anna ken feet <= OK David B. Luna <= OK Goddess Diana Karen Kelly Garo <=OK Tommy and Michael Rachelene Scott Kat [This message was edited by Ted & Di on 09-13-01 at 01:51 PM.]
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

If you have word on anyone from this list or Ted And Di's list above please post. I am so frantic so far away here in Australia, there really is nothing I can do but watch the news. Please let us all know if you hear of anyone, we all need each other now. Love and Healing, Kylie xoxo People who are alive: *David Martin/neptune glory-> paramedic on the scene *Gecko *Ricky Horne and ALL Staff at Avalon Salon People who are missing at time of writing: Flamm, Xris <= OK B, Allon B, Heather...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
For those involved in the movie... We're no less than 3 degrees from Kevin Bacon now in all the ways below: You were in Party Monster (2003) with Macaulay Culkin Macaulay Culkin was in Jacob's Ladder (1990) with Pruitt Taylor Vince Pruitt Taylor Vince was in Trapped (2002) with Kevin Bacon Or, you can pick up the rest of the connections in place of Macaulay Culkin: Seth Green was in Enemy of the State (1998) with Scott Caan Scott Caan was in Novocaine (2001) with Kevin Bacon Wilmer...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
when I saw you last at Jackie 60, but I was too shy to approach ... my boyfriend, ever the art and underground enthusiast, is a great fan of the art and writings of David Wojnarowicz and has been completely blown away by "Seven Miles a Second". In reading Mr. Wojnarowicz's bio to me, the band name 3 Teens Kill 4, kept sticking out in my head. It occurred to me at Jackie where I knew it from, are you not one of the founding members of that band? Perhaps next time we see you out, or somewhere...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

hatches ·
Yes, Tonya, I will share with you a tale or two... thousand, if you like... 3 Teens Kill 4 No Motive was a New York Post headline (naturally), found by artist Ken Tisa, who had drawn up a list of about 100 names for a band we wanted to start in 1979. David and I had lived through the era of both Fillmores so we knew that we wanted our performances to include words, music and visuals. I was also remembering recently that our manager at the time, Iolo Carew, had gotten us all set to be booked...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

bobby ·
Long lonely walks along the Hudson River, the back of the porn theater on 14th St., the St.Marks bath house, doughnuts at 4am. David was an amazing and complicated man. I miss him and the times that we lived through. Thank Goddess that Hatches survived.
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

dreambot ·
In such a short span David W. did more for breakthrough art and Aids politics than most of us could hope for in a lifetime. One of the few art shows I've ever attended and gone away intoxicated with the creativity of the work. There's not much more astounding then seeing work you may have dreamt of or intended to create and then brought to reality by a fanatic obsessed. My initial reaction was, damn he beat me to it and then realized, oh great, now I don't have to do it because much of it...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
---Or, Daddy-D. & Hatches, "We tell ourselves stories to keep ourselves alive," says Joan Didion, as quoted in an intro to a "quasi-fiction" American queer "best of" anthology featuring the work of David Wojnarowicz ... by Brian Bouldrey ---Goblin, for thee I have done mass research and have compiled a "DW" file of information for this topic some 40 pages in length ... It is too much for any one person to take in one night. So I will be adding links to names and places throughout this...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

hatches ·
Gobs, David actually preferred the Eastern European pronunciation of his name, Voy-na-ro-vitch, but gave up on that early on and settled for War-na-ro-vitch. Tonya, interesting the Didion connection, as that "Lady Of The Canyon" and the L. A. connection influenced prominently in the late '70s mostly through my friends and those I had come into contact with such as Tomato Du Plenty, Exene, Chuck E. Weiss etc. and I spent an unusual amount of time there. Understand that Los Angeles was a very...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

dreambot ·
from TonyaKnudsen: I have moved this "episode" of "How Dreambot came to ArtMaker" from David W. to that one. [This message was edited by TonyaKnudsen on 09-21-02 at 06:45 PM.]
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
Daddy-D: I promise not to dreg up emotions too often. And someday, you and Chi Chi will have to let me write a bit about your early exploits. This is something I look forward to. You know, one of the first conversations I had with Rose, maybe about four years ago, was about whether or not I could come in to Mother early one night just to interview her. She seemed to me to have stories untold of amazing interest (however since there was no place to publish such tales) I did not pursue the...
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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: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

hatches ·
It was impressive to meet you as well Tonya, and your listing of DW's film work is very impressive. I wonder what ever became of the film we made together entitled, I think, "Brian Berlin". I was the main character and I OD'd in an alley at the end. David literally painted my face blue for the scene. But he really didn't have to. It was shot one freezing day in January on Charles Lane in the West Village. BTW that is my friend Chris Sharp and his boyfriend dancing in one of the Phil Zwickler...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

TonyaKnudsen ·
Mine, from first mention, with an increasing attraction for the charachter as he has developed throughout the series, would be Marius. Why? All the obvious: artist, intellect, master/keeper, mystery ... But I guess it all boils down to a David Lee Roth lyric: "Hot for teacher"
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

dreambot ·
David Bowie's metropolitan 5 borough tour includes a Thursday night at Jimmy's Bronx Cafe, a giant boite on Fordham Rd. at the University bridge connecting to upper Manhattan. Great venue for seeing his latest act and not too far from Arthur Ave, little Italy of the Bronx. If I know you or you think I'd like to know you, you're welcome to stop by the dreambot domain after the show for an apertif. Just email me earlier in the week of your visit. rb//nyc//bronx//bohemia [This message was...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Betty Crow ·
oh my! breaking the ice on a new year can always be a tricky proposition unless... one has the Mother community to rally around and let your freak flag fly with fellow banner wavers!!! wow - possibly the most fun my lady and i have had in quite a long time. Colleen - just magnificent to meet you and better yet hang out for most of the evening. what a lovely spirit you are, let's do it again, yes? Tonya - beautiful installation and a lovely way to plant the ArtMaker banner firmly in the...
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Re: Beams To Bobby Part 2

daddy ·
I had the craziest dream about you last night Barbara Jean. I just figured out why. I was walking by your doorway yesterday and of course I wanted to bang on the window to see if you would pop your head out. (I didn't though don't worry). But last night I had this dream... I was talking to Sammy Jo. He and I were going camping. (Don't ask, it was a dream) We were of course talking about the latest records and I said, "Wait till you hear Bobby Miller's new record. He did a re-make of "French...
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Re: AB FAB

Glamnerd ·
trebla- just a rumor no fact in it. ya know like when it was rumored that Rosanne was producing the American version. but that never happened. keep your fingers crossed though.ya never know. Betty , trust me I know how you feel. If anyone ever asked me what TV show I would give anything to be on I would have said Absolutely Fabulous in the blink of an eye! now all I need is to have a cameo in a David Lynch movie and I could die happy.
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Re: AB FAB

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by glamnerd: trebla- just a rumor no fact in it. ya know like when it was rumored that Rosanne was producing the American version. but that never happened. keep your fingers crossed though.ya never know. Betty , trust me I know how you feel. If anyone ever asked me what TV show I would give anything to be on I would have said Absolutely Fabulous in the blink of an eye! now all I need is to have a cameo in a David Lynch movie and I could die happy.[/QUOTE It is so...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
This may be a lead for you, but it's in German, so perhaps, someone can interpret for us ... Perhaps see also Transgender-net.com ---------------------------------- For the rest of you I've found some new references and perspectives ... And on the Exhibition front ... check out ... "The Fales Library" at the New York University Library - Downtown Collection - David Wojnarowicz Papers And also a great 1986 mention that should not be omitted from this topic ...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

Gigi Deluxe ·
My education really went as far as 8th grade- I never made passed the first year of high school, got my G.E.D. later and went to a few semesters of college- left that as well, and everyone thought I was crazy when I received a full scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago,and said "fuck it- I don't want to go" and it was not because I think there is nothing more for me learn, they just were not teaching the things that I was/ am interested in- (even if I didn't know what it was I wanted...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

mr.joe ·
I, too, have been motivated, touched, and intrigued by Wojnarowicz. In 1994 ETC Magazine, for whom I was writing back home (in Atlanta) sent me to the Toronto International Film Festival on assignment to cover what was becoming a "smorgasboard of queer cinema." I remember sitting in the theater, around 4 in the afternoon, when Postcards from America was screened. That was one of the most pivotal moments of my 20's. I had never seen anything like it; I had never heard of David, was not...
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Re: Michael Moore

Johnny Gato ·
Slate's film critic, David Edelstein, writes (at http://slate.msn.com/id/2080447/entry/2080601/):
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
1) Matt B. took the Chinatown bus and yes, it's a real bus. And yes, it's really $10.00 to Boston. And yes, it lets you out really close to the Ferry. BUT IT WAS 3 HOURS LATE!!!!!!!! He missed the ferry and took another "real" bus to Hyannis where he missed his connection to P-Town and had to take a cab. Not a real money saver after all. He said the bus was great except they are in no hurry what so ever. He would take it again but leave LOTS of time. 2) P-Town is very dog friendly. We took...
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Re: The Cockettes

Zazoo and Satori ·
I met David Weissman (producer of the film) (Hi David!) And pointed him towards this thread. This is what he had to say: Thought I'd share XXXOOO Satori
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Re: boy george

Luxury Lex ·
Boy George was one of my biggest heroes as a teen. As a child I had already seen Elton John, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, KISS and so on, but Boy George was My Generation and hit the scene as a huge star when I was in high school. I was so captivated, it was like he had beat all the odds and was being celebrated for being a freak. Of course his whole androgyny slant was a huge inspiration to me as an artist. But he was not just an image. He had real talent, and the band had serious musical...
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Re: BEWITCHED

sweetie ·
Although I did enjoy I DREAM OF JEANNIE, it really was a cheap rip off of BEWITCHED. It also worked the sexual angle, that I felt was maybe a little overt for a very small child. BUT IN ITS DEFENSE, it's heyday was very much in the "free love" time of our consciousness. I do feel though Samantha and Darrin had a sexy energy about them. Especially Darrin #1. He had that awkward geekiness that spelled a tiger in the bedroom. I also loved their affection towards each other. And when it was time...
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Re: RIP, VIP

dreambot ·
>thought this needed to be added to the sector<<BR> from the archival crypts @nytimes: Edith Bouvier Beale, 84, 'Little Edie,' Dies By DOUGLAS MARTIN (2002) Edith Bouvier Beale, once a successful model and aspiring actress who later lived a gothic life in Grey Gardens, a dilapidated 28-room house in East Hampton, N.Y., with her mother and dozens of cats, raccoons and opossums, was found dead in her small apartment in Bal Harbour, Fla., on Jan. 14. She was 84. Her nephew, Bouvier...
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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: Jackie 60 FURTHER in London Sept. 20

Anna Nicole ·
This is all the rage in London... http://www.brianmung.com/blainegame.htm They HATE David Blaine!!! LOL (go to the very END of the game to see Sigfried et al)
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
Thanks for posting the link, Randella. For all its hype about the new clubs opening, somehow this article was not very encouraging. The best thing about the article was reading how the local community board was -- for once -- powerless to stop all these clubs from opening. That's refreshing to hear, and more power to the new entrepreneurs who are trying to make a difference, forge ahead and reinvent the nightclubbing experience. David Rabin once again shows everyone what an asshole he is by...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Troylegra ·
yes..."Hours" does it make for perfect sunday catnap music but "Heathen" which was released in 2002 showed both maturity and spirit...not to mention that the CD art was well done... I play it now and then... I wonder what drives David Bowie at this point... doing this for so many years what keeps him going? aside from admiring and respecting his work I keep up to see what is next... David Bowie is a master Chameleon... none can compare... Cactus from Heathen Sitting here Wishing on a cement...
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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: DAVID BOWIE

Lady King ·
I just got back from getting my mani and pedi @ Bloomies and they had the issue of Black Book with Benicio on the cover. Fun interview with David and some cute boy - forgot his name.
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Troylegra ·
yes... great work that many did not get... that is when I started to see David in the present musically rather then in the past... I did not hear the thin white duke phase as much as see it on mute -- http://MetropolisNYC.com feed the fire of your desire...
 
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