Writers debate the pros and cons of NYC
Last night at the Cutting Room, Cynthia Nixon and Alan Cumming hosted a rousing event for mayoral wannabe Bill de Blasio, whose liberal stance and "We want our city back!" slogan have become pretty irresistible in the face of our Mary Poppins state. In fact, I appeared in a skit with Unitard's Nora ... More >>
The Real Housewives chain gets a really hard yank with this hilarious spoof by the kids of Unitard (David Ilku, Mike Albo, Nora Burns), just in time for Octoberfest. Unlike the Bravo women, the Dusseldorf ladies are tough, rough, ice cold, and a little bit hairy. They stand with their hands behind ... More >>
The Unitard Comedy Group has decided that being a gay dad is "h-o-t HOT," so they've done a really helpful comic clip in which they play gays seeking embryos.
Devin MacnowAnd won't that be grand? It's at the Cornelia Street Cafe (24 Cornelia Street) for the White Swallow Reading series, presented by Angelo Nikolopoulos.
In 2009, Mike Albo was famously let go from his travel column gig at the New York Times after it came out that he'd gone on a free trip to Jamaica. In his new book, The Junket, Albo changes some of the names but sticks to his story of what it was like to be demonized, mocked, and sent on a f ... More >>
The bro who iced the New York Times set his sights on greedy bloggers in Sunday's Week in Review. He presented shameless shillers with a 22 oz Smirnoff Twisted Rasberry -- metaphorically. "As blogs take their place alongside traditional media," writes J. David Goodman, Times blogger, "their w ... More >>
Solo performers from the Joes Pub vault
Feast your eyes on the Night of a Thousand Stevies, a riveting cavalcade of gold dust women
Reminisces on last night's, last year's, and the last half-decade's parties as Fly Life turns five
The Pierces are enjoying themselves a little more than their biggest hit would suggest
The Thanksgiving plans of clubland's most gratefulnot to mention finest, sexiest, and gayest
Clubbers are people, too. Nightlife denizens give thanks.
To march or not to march? That is the Gay Pride Day question.
Nelson George brings the romance; Cervenka, the metal
Artists and activists stockpile Dick Cheney jokes, Dubya drag, and phalluses in preparation for the Republican invasion
French Tries, by Romanian Eugene Ionesco, Come Alive