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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Chi Chi ·
From Ted + Di in RIP VIP: Good Bye Ms Terence - Heard the sad news tonight - Di and I will remember you fondly - go forth fierce henceforth know no pain - This plain is less that you are gone. T n D
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

bobby Miller ·
She was a woman who understood the ways of men. She knew the proper way to light a cigar. She ruled with a firm leather gloved hand. She cried at true beauty. She wrote words on paper that could make you shiver. She knew when enough was enough. She was fearless in the face of intellect. She had a tender heart behind her harshest barb. She was loved by everyone who waited patiently to see behind the veil. She knew she was part illuminati and part pagan. I will love and miss her forever. Rest...
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

west of the West ·
our dialogues and our lives held such momentum.. terence glorified the grandiose like no one else.. we shared erosion and wind and water devas.. we shared our hearts.. and our contempt she had an appreciate for the macabre.. like ageing and all the grisly stuff that goes with.. i was so looking forward to growing old with this woman.. but no i'm on that journey alone now as there will never be another like her.. i love you terence.. robert
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Chi Chi ·
Terence Sellers Celebration of Life On The Mesa she adored.. Wednesday 2/3/16 2-4 PM at 148A County Rd 156 Abiquiu, NM 87510 For more information contact Alex blackmesa@cybermesa.com
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Muffy Domination ·
Robert & Bobby, both of your words so beautiful, poetic & most of all true. There will never be another. Sending love today & forever on the mesa. Sincerely, Diva Haase aka Muffy
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

seven ·
Open me up and find the perfect place to get lost. I offer you vicious beauty of my voice before the humans wanted it to make sense. Your voice, lit cigarette against pyramid on the dollar bill of my coronary muscle. My spirit runs along the ridges above the Gila River threading lightening strikes, laughing like cum you sweetly frightened. I blessblame that Miller girl for introducing us the way scar is seduced back beneath skin. A blame made of the scent of leather and pale pink roots of...
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Delian ·
Terence left this Earth this past month, I am deeply saddened that she is now gone from it. When I met Terence she was a very serious, striking and commanding person so I was certainly intimidated, it was obvious I was dealing with an intellectual so I needed to be at my best behavior and my most attentive in her presence. She was an accomplished writer, a luminary in the New York underground, and a maestra of an art I'd only read about; she could make the most debauched intellectual blush...
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Danger.ƒellini ·
α Ω Terence Sellers : Madrid, New Mexico 1988 foto : ƒ®ed.Giannelli / x-Psychic Tv
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Chi Chi ·
A new remembrance out today on the HOWL HAPPENING blog.... http://www.howlarts.org/howler...e-sellers-1952-2016/
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Chi Chi ·
Terence's NYC memorial ONE DECADENT LIFE announced for October 9, 2916 at Howl Happening Gallery http://mothernyc.com/terence Details to come...
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Re: I lost a tiny baggie in the bathroom about three years ago...

Guest ·
Don't feel so bad. Back in 1996, I thought I was buying coke from the now dearly departed drug troll Angel. Turned out to be K and after me and about six other people proceeded to hoover it up we had to be escorted from the bathroom and through the crowd by Kitty because we were so fucked up. For some reason, even though I felt fucked up at the time, I still look back on that night and smile. Ah, club life!
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

hatches ·
Yes Evie, the blue-painted mohawked stripper still emails me from Florida at odd intervals (thanks to Hapi Phace.) But did you know who his boyfriend was around that time? None other than Angel, who was to later end up dismembered in the Hudson River thanks to Michael Alig & Co. Just a little bit of lunchpail trivia for you!
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Chi Chi ·
Kitty made it home recently - they are letting people walk over the Williamsburg bridge it seems. Thanks for those who emailed to offer shelter for her. Rob, who also works way downtown, is fine. Johnny's ex DJ assistant Angel who works in WTC made it out from the 28th floor- he is totally shellshocked of course. 7 World Trade has just collapsed...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

daddy ·
I remember at Jackie everyone kept looking for Angel. He was one of the more well-loved drug dealers. Then the rumors started that Michael killed him. I never really believed it but just to be sure I asked Michael, "Did you kill Angel?" He looked me right in the eye and said "No, I didn't." I can't believe it. HE LIED TO ME!
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
This subject is always so polarizing, and we've tried to steer clear of it ... While all of it was going on, we were being good little students and getting our education at Ohio University in the middle of nowhere. Zazoo did go to Limelight and Club USA in '92 (or ˜93) and had a blast. The Little Professor bookstore on campus carried "Project X" but that was the extent of our knowledge of the scene in NYC. When Chi Chi posted Michael Wilkinson's note above, we debated for over a week. When...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

hatches ·
Oh Satori, I am glad you are contributing to the project. I just tend to see red when some one I don't even know tries to borrow things I have horded over the years and then receives "Costume Designer" credit. Maybe I am just paranoid. Not that I have a single lunchbox :-) And I am looking forward to meeting you on your visit. I can remember when Angel had vanished and the rumors were flying. The NYPD was desperately trying to produce a body so they would have a case (after all, that's one...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Luxury Lex ·
"Party Monster" seems to hold promise as an interesting film. As someone who witnessed the rise and fall of the club kid movement, I'm very curious to see how they treat the subject matter - how realistic or how white washed? Also given that it's from the same company that brought us Poison, Hedwig & the Angry Inch and Velvet Goldmine, I'm sure it will be dazzling on some level. It's worth seeing for me just because Wilson Cruz (Ricky Vasquez on My So-Called Life - - one of my favorite...
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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: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Agent Blue ·
I am truly sad and alarmed that this film is being made. A horrible criminal act is being made into entertainment for profits. Michael Alig is in prison because in a selfish fit of rage he took someone's life. The fact that Angel sold drugs did not mean he deserved a instant death sentence. Michael will surly profit from this and it will act as a step towards his public resurrection. I think that it was parasitic for all involved to even make the documentary. The narrative film is just plain...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

torin ·
at least i got to be Angel in a REAL production... the Jackie 60 version... (Tina Paul documented the night, and a photo ended up in the "Last Days of Disco" book, ... but no one knows it's me!!! LOL) (hmmm... maybe i should get a publicist now? LOL)
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Re: Pittsburgh

TonyaKnudsen ·
I agree it really is one impressive avatar. It amazed me when I first saw it. I was so glad to see it. It's far more appropriate than stock art. Quite begiling, a shout out to it's creator! Is it you Betty? I have to admit, I don't know you very well. We'll have to work on that. If so, you should really be proud. Look at the hour! Tick Tock, I've got a ball to get too ... Oh and those mint/chocolate chip cupcakes 2 Die 4! Love the Picasso on Google today, the Fly on MSN, and the Clive Barker...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Miss Understood ·
Bridgette, I can totally understand why you'd be interested in the 80's/90's NY club scene. There was a lot of excitement, color, and creativity. What I find unfortunate is how much credit for this is being given to Michael Alig. The whole "Club Kid" thing was really an extension of what was first being done in small East Village Venues such as the Pyramid. Flloyd, Sister Dimension, Lahoma, Olympia, and many other freaks were doing their thing way before Disco 2000. When the small venues...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

daddy ·
When I was in 4th grade I used to draw swastikas on my books. I didn't really even know what they meant. It just felt "bad" and cool. I was so far removed from gas chambers and people suffering that it didn't really mean anything. (But it did get a reaction). It's like when people (like my wife) are obsessed with Jack The Ripper... I mean if you really knew Mary Kelly it would be different. (sorry Hattie, I know you knew her.) I think this Alig thing is a bit like that. I knew Angel. He was...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Miss Understood ·
Wow it's such a relief to know that Angel, the 3000 WTC victims, all the millions stricken with AIDS and starvation in Africa, all of the abused children of the world, and the 6 million killed in the Holocaust, all did something wrong in a past life to deserve their predestined fate. I used to feel bad about it. No sense in trying to change things.
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
I've never really understood how someone can watch "Party Monster" or have seen any of the other shows done about the murder and walk away thinking that Michael Alig is worthy of idolization or going to the extent of even almost worshiping him... I mean at the end of the documentary, James St. James even says that he's awful and has always been awful. Your dream sequences sound like how Nina Hagen speaks about her spirit inspiration Babaji. It kinda freaked me out when I read it. I don't...
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Re: Diamanda Galas

Michael Madison ·
Saturday night 2/15. I've got my tix. Anyone here going? From the knitting factory site: Hell's favorite angel will rip your heart out as she wails songs of shattered love, blinding obsession and howling melancholy. With the power of a mac truck and delicacy of a broken martini glass, the ever-loving Diamanda Galas will shred classic Valentine's fare with her own Baby's Insane, Tony and Your'e Mine, Hank Williams' I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Tracy Nelson's Down So Low, Ornette Coleman's...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Anna Nicole ·
Alex, we are all LOVING these journals... it sort of will be sad for us when you get home (in the nicest possible way!)... its so frustrating that you can't ship all of this stuff home...don't suppose my goofy mate ALex was any help on that front eh.... I remember being in San Angel outside of Mexico City for a while and theres all these really fantastic furniture stores... huge hand crafted armoire for about $20 US!! But the shipping was a MAJOR issue... so much black market for shipping...
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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: Nina Simone

Joel ·
I am not too familiar with Nina Simone. Isn't she the one who played Tess on the shmaltzy TV show "Touched By An Angel"?
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

xnowhereboyx ·
I saw it today. I don't know what to think. It definitely wasn't bad, but I can't say it was good either. I thought MacAuley Culkin was irritating, if it was just Seth Green it would've been a much better movie. For those who know the story (or lived it), the only reason to see the movie was for the recreations of the club scene "back in the day", but as Z&S pointed out above those scenes are pretty much quick camera pans across a dark room with an indistinguishable glimpse at a few...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Anna Nicole ·
I caught the movie and found it depressing.... in the sense that it was all too camp an panto when its really a dark sad tale. Like most of Fenton and Randys stuff its on the edge of 'could be fab' but never quite makes it. They always pick the best topic but never quite fully pull it off. I think they would have been much better at making a fab movie had they cast more unknowns in the main role (but then the majors would not have been as interested), as Seth Green and macauly are just too...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Miss Understood ·
Michael Alig: Macauley Culkin Angel: Wilson Cruz Tobell Von Cartier: Todd Bridges Codie Ravioli: Leonardo DiCaprio Olympia: John Malkovich Richie Rich: Jonathan Taylor Thomas Amanda Lepore: Melanie Griffith Astro Earl: Joaquin Phoenix Michael Musto: Carrot Top Lahoma Van Zandt: Danny Bonaduce Larry Tee: Crispin Glover Princess Diandra: Chris Rock Queerdonna: Drew Carey Chuckie: Amy Sedaris Patricia Field: Elaine Stritch Kabuki Starshine: Winona Ryder Kenny Kenny: Alan Cumming
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

Luxury Lex ·
.... was like running through a crumbling haunted house, each room more horrifying than the last. And you never know when one of the wood floor planks would give way, dropping you into a bottomless abyss from which you'd NEVER, EVER ESCAPE!!!!!!!!!!! Surely that bitch mother of his should be in jail, and I so badly wanted to and would slap the shit out of her (and I don't care if she's a woman). Who could guess with a casual glance at the trailer from outside what wretchedness burns inside.
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Re: DV by Diana Vreeland

sweetie ·
As much as I would love to say a fragrance topic would totally turn me out. I dare say many folks here are more the essential oil and "natural musk" types. I am amazed at how much body funk I encounter on any given night out on the town in NYC. Especially the gay boys. I think B.O. is the patchouli of the '04. BTW I do adore patchouli in summer time clinging to a hairy chested man. It makes me swoon. I posted eons ago about an isolated experience I had as a young teen with a friend of my...
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Re: DV by Diana Vreeland

Night Nurse ·
How very DV, that discussion of her book led into much ado about fragrances. Sweetie, you and I have had many a discussion about the fabulousness that she was, and of course, credit to where credit is due, but I would have never heard of that book were it not for the esoteric musings of Matthew Kasten. I too have never been a fan of Angel or any of those "harder" pungent smelling ones, but I am now a Jo Malone convert, and her yummy light fragrances are now available to us downtown residents...
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Re: DV by Diana Vreeland

daddy ·
Oh Sweetie... It's funny how a smell can instantly take you back. Your description of my sister Joey brought a tear to me eye. I miss her. And... You've always loved me in my "Green Irish Tweed". Thanks. It drives trannys crazy, I don't know why. Girlina drools whenever I get close to her. (At least I think its when I get close to her). It's not for everyone though. Marti Domination recently asked me NOT to hug her hello because she didn't want to smell like "Green Irish Tweed". So that...
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

daisy mae ·
It was my favorit NOTS too!! my 6 or 7 time + loved the new club space and the balcony for my friend her heel broke an she was glad to sit down. my favorits were the puppetshow and nicole nix and the one who did stand back in the 1st set with the new ribbon look of mikestan and boy georgew I wore white angel dress from bear with silver boottops. IT WAS VERY BELLADONNA cover too and i even got a tamborine wich im looking at now thank you everyone + see you next year pleaz keep it at knitting...
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Re: Puritan Watch

S'tan ·
It Was the Porn That Made Them Do It http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/30/arts/30RICH.html?ex=1086940326&ei=1&en=328eae959a71a1ef "...Some of our self-appointed moral leaders are defending the morally indefensible by annexing Abu Ghraib as another front in America's election-year culture war. Charles Colson, the Watergate felon turned celebrity preacher, told a group of pastors convened by the Family Research Council that the prison guards had been corrupted by 'a steady diet of MTV and...
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Re: Swept Away part 2

daddy ·
Esther Schmester All the Kabbalah in world won't save that one. She sold her soul in 1983 and that's that.
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Re: Puritan Watch

seven ·
How about a section on makeup for church. Consultant at large: Tammy Faye Baker! In addition: Monday Night Football is now under investigation for their opening sequence in which a Hollywood starlet drops her towel in the team locker room and falls naked in to the arms of one of the team (all shot from behind and from the waist up). And the NFL opines in the news that it is innapropriate for their audience!!! That's like saying Howard Stern would be out of place at Wrestlemania. The NFL must...
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Re: RIP, VIP - Chapter 2 (3/5/04++)

daddy ·
I loved that dog. I'll never forget Monday nights setting up for Jackie 60 when all of a sudden the door would open and this tornado of love would jump on top of me and visciously attack me with frantic kisses. She was an angel. I'm so glad she got to spend her retirement at her country estate in Maine. She loved it there. RIP VIP
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Guest ·
Someone emailed this to me, so Not sure what rag its from. Interesting, no?
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Missy ·
Okay, I have to drive to the office now. It is 7:29 in the morning now here in Germany. But later, I will give a detailled statement, why I love this movie, and what in my opinion is well done in this film. But, consider, I live in Germany. Michael Alig was not international famous and popular. So almost nobody here knows about him or about his life and story. So, when we watch the movie, we don´t have a comparison to the "real" Michael Alig. The most of you have this comparison, because...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

daddy ·
Satori, You are wise beyond your years, perfect answer. I understand the Club Kid appeal. It's the glittery lure of the "alternative". I'm still dazzled by it. I even understand the dark appeal of murder. I mean, 2 years ago we did "A Very Jack The Ripper Christmas" as our annual Jackie 60 Christmas Paegent. I'm sure that if you actually knew Mary Kelly (as Hattie did) it wouldn't be so funny. But as Satori pointed out, Angel was a friend of mine. He was such a cute kid. Thinking of him...
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Re: Adorable Marlene

hatches ·
One steamy August afternoon when I was 6 or 7, my older brother took me to a run-down movie theatre just off the Grand Concourse in The Bronx to see a showing of The Blue Angel. Little wonder that I turned out the way I did! I have read the Riva book. I don't think it portrays Marlene in a bad light at all. One thing it makes you realize is that Dietrich was a very smart cookie indeed. There is a bit about her hunting for the perfect veil for a hat that is amazing-- this woman was totally in...
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Re: Kenneth Anger

Amber Ray ·
Lucifer, Arisen A quintessential San Francisco story, starring charismatic musician/murderer Bobby BeauSoleil* *with underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger, cult leader Charles Manson, Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey, and the Straight Satans motorcycle gang in supporting roles SF Weekly November 17, 2004 By Lessley Anderson Bobby BeauSoleil bounds into the visiting room at Eastern Oregon Correctional Institute in Pendleton, Ore. His 5-foot-10-inch frame is thin, but he moves with a...
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Re: My own private East Village

seven ·
When I lived on 11 and B I was in the park a lot more often than now when I'm on 2nd. I used to see the young boys baiting their pbulls in the park by putting a rag up in a tree branch just out of jump range and just commanding the dog to go for it for, like, an hour. Those maulers would never even get winded even though the task was futile. But one trick if a pit gets your dog in their jaws is to throw your cup of coffee or your soda right on their face. It shocks them and they freak out...
 
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