Last week I decided to go a little adventure, by that I mean off my usual beaten path. Get more…
gaysocialites.blog can exclusively report that Steve Sidewalk’s long-running Gay College Tuesdays party in New York City is coming back after a short hiatus. Over the past two years the event has been known for attracting such guests as Nick Jonas, the Warwick Rowers and a whole slew of RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants. Starting on March 3rd, Gay College Tuesdays kicks off at it’s new home, the Ritz Bar & Lounge in Hell’s Kitchen.
After 13-years in business, Cleveland’s Bounce nightclub is closing it’s doors. The Ohio gay nightlife staple announced via Facebook on Wednesday, but the page has since been removed.
The Food Network took their show “Mystery Diners” to Philadelphia this week for an undercover investigation at a local gay bar called Venture Inn.
“Mystery Diners” is a show that focuses on Charles Stiles and his company known for wiring restaurants with video and audio equipment to get to the bottom of wrong doings. For this episode titled, “What a Drag”, Venture Inn’s owner Bob Berkowitz brought “Mystery Diners” in to see if someone was rigging his weekly trivia contest called Kinky Quizzo. Bob got suspicious that members of his staff might be cheating after local drag queen Bridgette Jones won the contest ten times in-a-row, and customers were threatening to boycott if she kept sailing to victory. After all, the contestants pay $25 each to play and the cash prize is generally $500-$1000.
A group called Freedom2Dance is circulating a petition to legalize dancing in NYC without requiring business owners to obtain a cabaret license.