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Re: BoyBar

torin ·
Oh, the footage of [[[Boy Bar night at Mother]at PTM]at Daddy] last night was such a treat. Especially cool was the voyeur's delight I enjoyed, watching Sweetie watch herself from years gone by...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
Ulysses darling, you do amaze me. You are so quiet but the minute someone actually needs you, you appear. I wish I could teach a few others that trick, LOL. And yes, you would totally get and love the RFs, specially the techno-pagans in their midst. And glammie, I finally got to catch up in this topic today and was howling over the story of Pinky and Belzie. Are you absolutely sure we're not the same person?
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
mmmm Debbie heaven! what a treat it must be to be a fishstick and pal around with the true queen of pop! "I want that man" is one of my favorite 90s hits . glamnerd - are you touring with a live band as well?
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
So how about this. I see these two girls almost everyday on my St. we live on the same St. I know that they are 24/7 trannies and they know that I am a crossdresser, but we never speak. I feel that if I speak to them as Steve they might think that I want a trick(they are working girls) and if I speak to them as Lisa I will blow thier cover. My point is how can I open that door with them that is about freinship and common ground without all the other shit getting in the way,are am I just...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Chi Chi ·
"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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
How I LOVE this topic - let me get sum! I love being a boy. I am a gay boy. I love gettin' awl up in drags and I looove performing - although my thing has never been 24/7...although I've been wearing makeup and dressing in "boy glam" since the 8th grade. Do I feel like part of the transgendered communuity? I love my trannies - i reallly do. While I am not transgendered or trans-identified - I guess I consider us all family on one spectrum because we are all lumped together...and it...
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Re: Page

kelly ·
Truely a celebration of all things Page. The slide show, Josef Astor's words, Page's mother's references to her as "my little girl," and Antony's version of "In My Little Cubicle" moved me enormously. Of course it is always a treat to see Linda Simpson in full drag in the afternoon. She did a great job in organizing the memorial. It struck me that most transsexuals strive for anonymity, and normality (and who can blame them), but Page was cut from a different cloth. She was, in her own...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
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: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
I had such a great New Years at the Hooker Ball. Thanks so much Chi Chi and Daddy!!!! It was a treat being with Betty and Mrs. Betty. And it was great meeting CollenTV. I can't wait til the next event.
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
there's a trick to getting me! BTW -- The pics you sent of Betty Crow and I are lovely, have been tinkering with them, . The one of me pointing at the camera with my beer, is so drunk-bar-floozy! I love it ... And don't worry about the installation, I'm pretty sure you got it
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
Ok' Let me find out the trick to getting you I like the way you edited the pic ! By Drunken Paparacchi (correct spell? :rolleyes)
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
A message to all the New Yorkers working hard to resurrect live perfromance, Vaudeville, and Burlesque: it is alive and thriving here in the Viet Nam! I went to a club the other night. It was like some of the ones in Bangkok, it looks like a disco but people sit at cocktail tables and watch a show. We entered as a sexy girl pop singer was finishing her set. The next act was a slapstick comedy team that looked like they just stepped out of 1935. One guy was like a hobo W.C. Field. Every time...
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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: Michael Moore

Johnny Gato ·
'Like the terrorists he fantasizes about, he's going to find out just how vulnerable one can be when brought out into the open.' this is a threat, honey. and kinda mean. it just don't seem like you got the spirit of the meaning of it all, whomever you are. seems like you have taken the GOP one party line here, where any differing comments or decent are considered unpatriotic. this is not the case on the MotherBoards. yah can't fault the man for taking the opportunity given, and not bailing...
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Re: ARCADIA! Opening Night Gala May 30 at CBGB Gallery

TonyaKnudsen ·
Congratulations to everyone who sent up Arcadia. The living imagery was very steep and celebratory. My only suggestions, (and suggestions for the sake of nudging the production in to even better form than it was, not for the sake of criticism) would be to get the sound for live vocals a bit better on the board. I'm not sure if the problem is with the configuration of the gallery space or the actual board mix, Jade's MC'ing was particularly clear but the stage mics weren't delivering as well...
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Re: The Golden Girls

Empira State ·
Ahhh.... thats a luverlee thought... when we were all so frazzled downtown to be able to watch back to back Golden Girls - wish i had found that station then. It is a fantastic show..... especially the earlier episode... the cast were ALL amazing.. the one liners so fierce and funny. It's always a treat. Used to love real early Roseanne show too...(only EARLY ones!) Did anyone see Bea Arthurs one woman show?
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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: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
The Meatpacking District has now been granted offical landmark status by the powers that be. But with everything that once made that neighborhood interesting either gone completely or stifled by the tidal wave of bottle service assholes, does the title really matter?
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Re: JC Leroy (as Terence put it)

daddy ·
I met Miss Ellis once years ago when I was temping at Random House around the time that American Psycho was first published. Pretty much the entire staff, especially the staff of Alfred A. Knopf, was in an uproar that senior management had dirtied the reputation of Random House and its imprints by agreeing to publish such poorly-written filth. Miss Ellis came to the office one day to meet with an editor, and shaking her hand felt squeezing a cold, dead fish. In my hierarchy of reading there...
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Re: Sally's Hideaway

Darla Diamond ·
Sally's in the mid 90s was always a bit edgy for me, the white girl in the sweater set and miniskirt, but that is what I loved about it. I went there more as an alternative to Edelweiss, or when Edelweiss was enduring many of it's intermittent closings by the Guiliani squads, but I loved that it existed along with all the other Times Square spots like Edelweiss & Cats. Sweetie always wanted Queen Bee to be a mix of the uptown and downtown drag/tranny worlds (a mix of BoyBar girls,...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Anna Nicole ·
Well, at first I thought it lacked a lot, felt like a return to his late 80's pop sensibilities, which after the genius of his 90's work, like Outside, seemed like a sucker punch. Still, I'm nothing if not an ardent Bowie fan, and repeated listneing does deliver an appreciation for the musicianship rampant throughout the work. Lovely sounds, if not songs. His own vocal performance is strong, the timbre of his voice takes on delicate nuances as he's aging. He can tremble and flutter in a...
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Re: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

hatches ·
A despicable election year trick, intended to drive a wedge between the queer community and our hetero neighbors. While depressing, this article is highly informative and I love the quoted reactions from DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe, the ACLU and others. And though the Democratic presidential candidates are not THAT much better, at least they are against a constitutional amendment and Kerry can boast that he voted against the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996.
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
Three and a half years ago, when the Wholefoods store was opening on 7th Ave. and 25th St. I sent them a resume. On my cover letter I informed them that I was transgendered. They called me in for an interview, which I had to rush to from Healthy Pleasures, where I was then working. They wouldn't give me any extra time to get there. When I got there everyone I encountered was quite rude to me. There was a really rotten attitude among those folks. At that time, I was working for Healthy...
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

Jenny ·
Sorry hon but that "White Wing Dove" trick a yours got me right back on track! I was kinda backed up for a while there if you know what I mean. Just couldn't take a propper dump. But that little trick a yours really set me straight. I'm fine now. Thanks.
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Re: ORANGE ALERT for New York City

S'tan ·
I've calculated how fast I can pedal my bike from E. Houston to Battery Park. Then how much I can carry with me, with an inflated pair of trousers, ( a survival trick I learned in swimming class when I was 12 years old ) when I jump in the river and float my way to the Jersey shoreline. Lower Manhattan is still redolent of being Targetsville, now Chelsea/Midtown gets to have the crosshairs drawn on it. The Little Bush cabinet people have relegated themselves to being just a Gang of...
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Re: Puritan Watch

Anna Nicole ·
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: Goin' To The Chapel: The Lesbian, Gay & T/S Marriage Topic

hatches ·
A small ray of hope. Refreshing. And a snappy judge!
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Re: New York 1980's Stars

Nicky London ·
Bobby, your work is always a treat. Thank you!
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Re: Pets in the City

Chi Chi ·
Sweetie, firstly I am so sorry that your beautiful boy had to go through that, and was curious - what was the owner's reaction and is that dog still allowed in the run? Im not a genius at dog behavior, but would suggest the following. Dogs are very place-conscious, and perhaps if you took him to another nearby run for short visits he might not have the same reaction. I would of course suggest weekdays as weekends are stressful due to overcrowding. To avoid interaction with another vicious...
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Re: SEX in Jackie 60

Anna Nicole ·
Oh Alright...but just because you asked Anna Nicole... Me,alone,in drag, downstairs dressing room, waiting to go on stage... Knock on dressing room door. I lean over and open the door to find this swarthy latin GOD smiling and asking in broken english " Joey? You remember me, yes? " " Oh yes I remember you" I said, ( I guess he forgot what Joey looked like) I pulled him in and locked the door. In seconds flat the big uncut italian meat came out and the next thing I know my eyebrows are stuck...
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Re: Air Travel is shite these days.....

Anna Nicole ·
That's one little thing I like about BA. I can get JD's for free because most their clientele will order something like Cutty Sark for a whiskey. When I ask for JD, often times I'm given a double dose. In the old days you could also smoke on the plane. These days going to the airport, I just have to laugh it off most the time. You have to have all your wits about you, know exactly what to say to get action out of all the different levels of personnel, at the same time try to be inconspicuous...
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Re: Antony and the Johnsons

kelly ·
They have a few US and Canada tour dates scheduled so far, September 15 in Vancouver is listed. I havn't seen Antony live, it would be a real treat. It's great to see some real creative people getting recognition in the music industry, but most of it is in the UK and not really in the US so far.
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Re: Grey Gardens: The Musical?

hatches ·
i saw a staged reading of this musical a couple days ago. it was pretty amazing... the trick is that the nostalgic fucked up noel coward early bouvier-esque first act shows a 40's era doomed engagement party (little edie to joe kennedy)that mom innocently sabotages with her bohemian antics. you can just feel the future spiraling down as the vines spiral up round grey gardens. the delapidated second act is more of a bizarre tone poem... little edie sings a heartbreaking song 'around the...
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Re: !BadAss! Burlesque commits Idolatry TONIGHT!

Vulgaras ·
Time to give thanxxx to all of those who created the adventurous unity and powerful vibe last Anniversary !BadAss! 11/19. Thanks to everyone who came out to support & share our 1st year Anniversary Experience! A big thanxxx to the World Famous *BOB* who gave her ALL hosting and her infamous *BOB* number, honoring our 1st anniversary! Thank you to DJ's Madame Dollhaus & GothicHangman for giving us all music to jump & grind to with inovation & zeal! Super thanks to the staff at...
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Re: Wendy Wild's Autobiography

Pops Steiner ·
Thank ypu Pops for finding, saving and sharing that with us. For those of us who knew and loved Wendy this is a real treat. Bless!
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Re: My own private East Village

Chi Chi ·
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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Re: Queers are the Blacks of the 1950's!!! Anti-Gay is on the RISE!!

sweetie ·
IMHO the youth of today have no manners or respect for the struggle of the gay generations before them. It seems to be all about their own self interests and materialism ( thanks Madonna for being such a shining example) and their youth obsessed behavior is a testiment to the shallow way that they treat any of their elders. But I doubt if that's new to our society. The value placed on money, fame and beauty overshadow any hopes for real depth. Of course this is a generalization but the basic...
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Re: Queers are the Blacks of the 1950's!!! Anti-Gay is on the RISE!!

sweetie ·
Backlash... Bush Calls for an Amendment Banning Same-Sex Nuptials http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/04/washington/04radio.ht...h&emc=th&oref=slogin and you think that's bad: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/04/opinion/04moore.html?...bb6de71f4678&ei=5070 American AIDS denialists are partly to blame for South Africa's backsliding AIDS policy. Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, the health minister, has described antiretrovirals as poisons. She is supported in these views by Roberto Giraldo, a...
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Re: Queers are the Blacks of the 1950's!!! Anti-Gay is on the RISE!!

sweetie ·
Dear S'tan, I do not see a general apathy for concern about gender-based violence. There are thousands and thousands of private, community, non-gevernmental and governmental organizations around the globe, admittedly very small organizations, that have for many many decades combated the same conditions Ensler also opposes. So she did not invent her cause. She made it though a cause celebre. And of course she is very deserving of gratitude and support. What I see is a widespread complacency...
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Re: Queers are the Blacks of the 1950's!!! Anti-Gay is on the RISE!!

sweetie ·
While we are talking about being victims of hate and prejudice , I suggest we take a little time out to extend that to include how we treat each other. Be it gay, straight,bisexual or transgendered we need to be showing love and tolerence and patience towards all. EVERYONE can stand doing some work on themselves and benefit from it and I don't mean plastic surgery. I mean that the world is a big mess and the only way it will change is through each of us taking a good hard look at our own...
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Re: House Music

Dubois! ·
I love all sorts of techno music, but I loves me some house music, all nite long, move your body! Shake yo body! I have to admit I do like trance, electro, and progressive stuff, but sometimes a little bit of house music, tribal or minimal or whatever, will do the trick!
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Re: DJ Sveta from Down Under

Nancy Isla ·
Oh I'm so glad he likes it here! Hopefully he'll come back to treat us to his set (and I don't mean his tits, either)! He's hot and all but he can't beat Sveta in that department unfortunately! I'm sure a friend of mine would think he's totally do-able, actually... If there's any way I can get in touch with him, I'd love to tell him how much I enjoyed his stuff. I really wanted to get a track listing from the gig at Luna Park (where we saw him), I want to buy the stuff he played. SAMMY, COME...
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Re: SJ's European Tour 2007

Pickles2 ·
Yeah! First some back story on DJ Pickles... As most of you know, Pickles is my DJ Daughter. As a youngster Pickles worked for The Empress and I and was a big part of the day to day running of "Jackie 60", "Mother" and pretty much anything we did including the legendary "Grey Gardens". In fact, I named her "Sammy Jo" because he was without a doubt the "Heather Locklear" in our Dynasty family. You can imagine my shock to learn that Pickles had secret DJ dreams and my total amazement at how...
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Re: JT LeRoy

S'tan ·
from Times' Select... another point of view... sort of a 'Farewell Charming Old NY' mixed in with JT... The City's New Motto: ˜See You in Court' By CLYDE HABERMAN Manufacturing is all but gone from New York. The information technology industry, while on a roll, does not quite have the Silicon Alley '90s buzz. This city is in danger of falling behind London as a financial capital. Thank goodness, we still have lawsuits. ... We have people of unparalleled dedication, like a lawyer who said he...
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Re: Opening "The Box" - Formerly "When the party bombs"

seven ·
Hi there everybody its the abovementioned misswebb (now known as BABY K HA!) weelllll.... the Italians have a saying "the fish stinks from the head" I don't know Mr. Simon Hammerstein but I am curious to what he is about? I have to say the entertainment at The Box was composed of some of the sweetest most talented show biz folks out there. I understand they treat their performers very well and compensate them nicely. I am really really happy that my friends are getting paid decently! I also...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

Chi Chi ·
Special Note to Dale aka Dominick! I want to thank you for posting all those gorgeous and *scurrilous* insider details (on page 5 of this thread) all about Dean-the-Master-Red, Dean-the-Escort... As I said before, I was only getting to know Dean-the-Writer, as a major, major talent... and "Angel Stern" was also looking forward to knowing "Master Dean." To know he bloodie CARED about his johns like that... that he gave his all in session, that he considered at times 'not charging.' From my...
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Re: Dean Johnson - Death of a Legendary Legend

Chi Chi ·
To say that I am crushed by Dean's passing is an understatement. It's like losing Warhol. Sprouse. Now Johnson. I met Dean when I was 17 and doing fashion shows at Danceteria. He had just finished a perfomance, scoped me out and asked me on a date. We went for chinese then headed to my apartment where we vacuumed up copius ammounts of shitty blow, attempted a make out session and then found ourselves in the typical abyss of coke dick. Dean suddenly said, "you wanna be a one time trick or...
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
It was great to see everyone last night at Debbie's show. I know she was happy to see the gang. What a treat to have so many House of D girls.....Marti, Rabbit and the Mother of the House, KITTY BOOTS! Good times!...
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Always room for JELLO! IMPACT-Jello-wrestling night-April 14th@ Rebel

MissJordanJones ·
5  Thursday, April 14, 2011 09:00 PM to 04:00 AM REBEL NYC 251 West 30th Street between 7th & 8th $15 in proper attire, $30 in sharp all black Fetish, Creatively dressed, Wrestling masks and tights, burner beautiful, leather, latex, uniforms Always room for JELLO! IMPACT-Jello-wrestling night-April 14th@ Rebel Back by overwhelming popular demand we are proud to announce April 14 will be JELLO Wrestling night at REBEL! For those that missed it the first time you’re certainly in for a...
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STIMULATE 8/20: the "Superheroes vs Supervillains" Costume Ball !!

MissJordanJones ·
STIMULATE August 20th Xris SMack! & Mindswerve Studios present: "Superheroes Vs SuperVillans" Costume Ball !! in coordination with this summers Superhero Blockbusters! Thor / X-Men: First Class / Green Lantern / Captain America +more! Advanced Tickets: http://STIMULATE-ME.com/ (also save Sept. 17th for our 3 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!) Stimulate Your Senses! ==== SOUND ==== our Death-Defying DJ's * Uncanny XRIS SMACK! as Shazam! * The Diabolical DR. OCTOPUSsy (KultureShock, Vesago) * The...
 
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