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Re: Todd Tomarrow

Chi Chi ·
In our Nightworld, there are two kinds of artists - those who labor over their own creations, and then those who add their talents to the creation of something larger than themselves. Todd was as brilliant as they come, but his art was in service to the collective, to the creation of club/art/style movements. That is why so many of you won't know his name, but you know his work. I'd like to point out his enormous contributions to the following over two decades - BoyBar (three of his Miss...
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Re: BURNING MAN

Minerva ·
spoke to my burning man sugar daddy yesterday. looks like i'll be arriving to the playa in high style. (30' r.v.!! hel-lo!) will DEFINITELY be on a recogniscence (sp?) mission for 2002. but i don't think there's anything i can do to prepare them for joey. any directives from the MOTHERship??
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
I nabbed this from "Lucky Bitches" It's from Goblin.
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
Jojo's site is now up. You can now see many of his dolls. He learned his dollmaking craft from Greer. You will see a lot of her style reflected in his work, and there are a couple of pictures of her with her dolls on Jojo's bio page. http://jojochicago.com XXXOOO Satori [This message was edited by Zazoo and Satori on 06-07-02 at 11:57 PM.] [This message was edited by Zazoo and Satori on 06-11-02 at 11:01 PM.]
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Re: Mondo Internet

Miss Understood ·
This guy's incredible, my new hero. Daddy, you should invite him to NYC, get him to run for mayor. He can drive his trailer over from New Zealand. What is it about New Zealanders, anyway? They're all totally bonkers. When I used to bounce at this big sports bar in Chicago, we knew whenever we carded on a New Zealand passport that there'd be a fight that night. Every single time. Of course, later, when bouncing at the gay bar up the road, every night a New Zealander came in we knew we'd find...
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Re: Mondo Internet

Miss Understood ·
OMG, the return of rear-pocket hankies, cyber-style. if we're not careful, queer & bourgeois will mean the same thing soon. go to this guy's site , he pisses off everybody - and I LOVED Hustler White.
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

TonyaKnudsen ·
Which is pretty fitting, considering that Jojo's lively demeanor, colorful appearance and eye-catching art make him one of Chicago's most visual – and visible – personalities. Little known fact: as a child, Jojo wanted to be a priest. A stint at Quigley North Prepatorial Seminary deemed him "too theatrical" for the papacy. That's an understatement (although he did hone his hair sculpting skills for the stage – for artists Cinderella, Judas Priest, UB40, Guns and Roses and others). Jojo's...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Chi Chi ·
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: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

D ·
---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: Burlesque Queen MISS KELLY WEBB Loses Everything in Tragic Thanksgiving Fire- PLEASE READ

sweetie ·
Kelly is truly my sister, my greatest ally. She's a tireless performance artist in every sense, and has done so much work for our community. She worked very hard this summer on the Qwe're Musicfest graphics and logo, capturing the spirit with her own special flair. If anyone needs me to come and retrieve clothes or other supplies they would like to donate, please e-mail me (joe@birdsongnyc.com) or call 212.414.4222. One of my dearest friends on the planet, Miss Webb colors the way I look at...
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Re: Adam Ant

Anna Nicole ·
i just saw that adam's recent descent into mental illness is all the attention adam got & feel this must be remedied. (oh right, he's obnoxious & cute too. like i said.) adam took my 11-year-old, boring, suntan-parlors-&-gift-shops suburban world (yes i was raised on LI) & turned it upside down with one viewing of "stand & deliver!" a pretty boy in makeup with pistols & tall leather boots?! GIVE ME MORE!! my teenage self yelled: antmusic for sexpeople, indeed. he's...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
So we were all there and what a great time we had! But, it is all so logical and we all know when you put so many great people in one room you are bound to have a fuckin' great time. So know, my friends, that thanks to technology and creative people (Chich and Johnny) we can send our love cyber-style. I love you guys, had an awesome time. AND, I was a good boy (Jess was just looking too fuckin' hot I couldn't leave her alone).
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Man, I just have to share this really fun experience I had last weekend. I went to Tigard to help a friend with an errand. She stayed there and I decided (before hand) to "meet up" with a couple from there. We had met in a Feet Chat room and they had kept in touch a few times via e-mail. They are an older D/s couple with the the wife as DOMME and the hubby, bill, as sub. They liked our cyber(s) and had sent me pics as well. We agreed to meeting and talking. They are members of Janus(?) and...
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Re: The Palladium

daddy ·
I was pushing my son in his stroller past the Palladium (site) yesterday...and ended up telling him about the club..(poor tyke is only 2 and is probably damaged for life with Mommies tales already).... cos i think it was a great time for me there... 1991, I had JUST arrived in NYC.. my first wk here (sent here by my job) didn't know ONE person here, had never even been here before.. first wk in, i was telephoned by Kelly Cuttrone (remember her! Where is she now) inviting me to a party (i was...
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Re: Diamanda Galas

Pachinko ·
She didn't fail to amaze, of course, performing all of the numbers listed above in true Valentine's Day massacre style. One new addition (i think) to her repertoire was Interlude, a ballad sung most famously by Morrissey and Siouxsie (an ill-advised duet, in my opinion). But Diamanda proved the song's beauty with a far superior rendition, her single voice with its incredible range doing both the low and high female/male parts. "Time, is like a dream..."
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I was checking on costumes and rather than brave the 5PM traffic jam to get to my guesthouse I came to Babylon. Well, they're having a Giuliani-style crackdown and all of the "mazes" are closed. Still, this place is hopping as always. Everyone is in towels, just lounging, eating, drinking, chatting. I love that they don't blast music everwhere. I used the pool and now I'm at the computer where they're playing 1950's easy listening.
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Never got to know this fella but he sounds like my kind of wheeler dealer: (***nytimes pay per view link removed 5/23/03) Colin de Land, a New York art dealer whose ambivalence about commercialism was reflected in an art gallery that sometimes resembled an anti-art gallery, if not a work of Conceptual Art, died on Sunday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He was 47. The cause was cancer, said Dennis Balk, an artist represented by Mr. de Land's gallery, American Fine Arts. With little...
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Re: Las Vegas

Tina Tawdre ·
April 21 - 27, 2003 Week-long t*-girl party in LV Details at www.geekbabe.com/dlv Some girls find this group too tame, but it's a no-cost week-long rolling party structure. Get on the party bus (it's a metaphor, girl) for those events you want to go to and skip the ones you think are boring. There's no fee to register. There's no organization to join, there's no conference to attend (this ain't Southern Comfort, it's a vacation). We plan this every year because we like hanging out together...
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Miss Understood ·
http://soil.earthwormz.net/matt/Message.htm 'in matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity is the vital thing.' -oscar wilde
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Re: Michael Moore

Johnny Gato ·
I have to admit he has iron balls! I love the fact that he can get up there and say anything because he's this fat sloppy guy who has no need for Hollywood and it's system. He's not an actor up there trying to get his next big role. He can be annoyingly confrontational but that is his style. Look at Pedro Almodavar; he basically said the same thing but more poetic, like his art. Michael Moore is to the point and blunt, like his art. But thank god someone is balancing out the scales. We need...
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Re: LE TIGRE

cowgrrl ·
i understand that talking about le tigre can be totally overwhelming because everything about them is just so wonderful... so here's a few starters: 1. integrity 2. positive message 3. intense style, varying undertones in different albums 4. talent 5. tude, they've got the at-ti-tude, but from what i understand, this is very much their performance, not real life- good 6. talent again 7. hot hot hot 8. sometimes they let their fans come on stage and sing with them (im not sure if this is a...
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Miss Understood ·
Poetry by Donald Rumsfeld http://slate.msn.com/id/2081042/ 'in matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity is the vital thing.' -oscar wilde
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Miss Understood ·
http://randella.youaremyfriend.com Insert any name you want for the first part of the URL. 'in matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity is the vital thing.' -oscar wilde
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Sandman Sims, 86, Tap Dancer and Fixture at the Apollo, Dies By DOUGLAS MARTIN (text from The NYtimes accuracy under scrutiny) Sandman Sims, the celebrated tap dancer and Apollo Theater legend, died on May 20 in the Bronx. He was 86, although he long maintained that his age was "a matter of opinion." For decades he was "executioner" at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, chasing unpopular acts off the stage on amateur nights, sometimes with a toy gun. He told disconsolate losers about how he...
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Re: ARCADIA! Opening Night Gala May 30 at CBGB Gallery

TonyaKnudsen ·
I'm so unbelievably bummed not to have been there. But it's so lovely to read that it was a giant success! And I'm burning up with curiousity to find out what Hattie did with The Devil. Descriptions? Kudos to Tonya and Jade for their perserverance and persistence. And a giant shout out to ChiChi and Daddy for making such a thing possible. And now back to rehearsals... p.s. Taylor, we send huge regrets not be able to make your show(s). I'm sure you were fabulous, you were back in the day at...
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Re: BEWITCHED

sweetie ·
The sexual edge sums up the major difference between Jeannie and Bewitched. I Dream of Jeannie had the psychedlic/free love 60s feel running through everything with Jeannie and Major Nelson basically living in sin (that is, until they got married later in the series) and Jeannie playing a thinly veiled sex slave with her cleavage and bimbo persona. She called her man "master", wore more provacative outfits and obediently retreated to her bottle when Major Nelson had had enough. Their...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
-I saw part of the Heatherette show on NY metro looked pretty good, not as wild as usual maybe i missed some stuff, maybe I'm expecting god knows what from them. Anyone go to the show?? party?? -aint it great that ny metro is covering the shows this year again, a whole lot more than style network does. -Not that I don't like the song but was there any designer that didnt play Beyonce knowles song. (crazy in love) -Am I the only one who doesn't give a shit about Sally Jesse -Anna Sui...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Suave and debonair rocker Robert Palmer has died.
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

daddy ·
I agree it is painful to read. But his style is the triumph, don't you think... Apparently the subject matter of Heart/Deceitful is much less stylized. (Now I am definitely not taking it on my trip...!) On a related note, I rec'd the film "The Piano Teacher" for my birthday, and it's enough to put any tourist off S&M... Total candor - that being a 'true sadomasochist' is not actually much fun, OR glamourous. No pop cool there at all, no groovy fashions, or spooky techno equipment. Just...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Helen and I finally made it to Ptown (for Fantasia Fair - which was a trip). What a kick-ass town! We stayed at Fairbanks, had a gorgeous room and a blast. I really do wish more Motherboarders could have seen the Fair Follies (talent contest) - straight people are too funny. 'in matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity is the vital thing.' -oscar wilde
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

daddy ·
After the book ended with a big boring splat of existential vacuity (Sartre did that nausea so much more poetically), I decided to see the film again as it did seduce me into reading the book. Now the movie does extract the best lines from the book... there is no doubt observing those 80s-style fatuous yuppies ruling the universe is weirdly exciting. It's a ruling class, after all, and sadistically joyous. He details them very well. Christian Bale is a great cast and when he cracks up and...
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

daddy ·
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: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
One would hope that these clubs might construct themselves somewhat accordion-style with rooms that could be open or closed depending on the night of the week, which might have a better chance of working. The one that seems to have the most promise IMHO is Crobar which seems to be modeling itself on the legendary Area and may actually have the guts and gumption to pull it off. They have hired both Michael Tron and Gilbert to oversee and that can only be a blessing, as they are both geniuses.
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Anna Nicole ·
I was just reading the posts in this category, and noticed the vast majority speak only of Davids more recent work and ignore his stuff from the early 1970's, which I consider his most inspired work (Space Oddity; The Man Who Sold the World; Hunky Dory; The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars; Aladin Sane). David Bowie has been a major influence on my life. Like many artists, it is difficult for those who weren't around when the artist first began influencing music to...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Anna Nicole ·
But that is what the new military style of business has brought, along with the new constitution of what now has become of architecture, oddly enough, -a decentralization of the urban environment- actually, a de-matrialization as the computer network replaces urban forms of spatial organization. One result has been a refocussing of social violence which has now been tranformed into a contest between an individual's social rank set against their very own highly provisional economic status.
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
Erasing Charas/El Bohio is one of the most overt racist acts by the city in recent years, regarding real estate. No one in the current administration probably is old enough to even remember that E. 9th Street was totally burnt out, a no man's land in the 1970's. It was the people behind El Bohio along with other homesteaders who actually took over the block and began to redevelop it. And it was Charas' commitment to keeping the building as a community center without big money backing that...
 
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