David Drake--the award winning writer/actor of The Night Lary Kramer Kissed Me--just appeared at the Laurie Beechman Theatre as his current creation, singer/chakra-pulser Tawny Heatherton, and the crowd ate it up like a Provincetown cupcake.
Tawny is the niece of '60s sexpot Joey Heatherton, whom T ... More >>
I just went to Provincetown, the gay jewel of Massachusetts--even more so than the recent Boston production of Billy Elliot--and found that it's racy, carnivalesque, and totally hopping with boys, drag stars, taffy, lobster rolls, and celebrity sightings.
And I wrote this crazy column about it, whi ... More >>
This week's column is a romp through that other gay resort--Provincetown, Massachusetts--which is sexy, seafoody, racy, and endlessly entertaining.
Here are Patrick McMullan's glorious photos from the trip, which capture the magic, the sass, and the fresh air.
As you know, this week's column details my trip to Provincetown, Massachusetts, the gay compound where every drag queen on earth is given the stage she deserves--and a microphone too.
And one of them, Miss Richfield 1981, does a zippy show at the Crown and Anchor, filled with audience interaction a ... More >>
People on the gay sex app Grindr rally know their stuff (even if they never quite learned the proper spelling of Grinder).
So the app polled them about the gayest places in the world, and they voted with one hand while doing God knows what with the other.
Here are the illustrious winners:
Gayest ... More >>
Tina, Cher, Michael, Janet, Beyonce, Madonna, Gaga, Katy, and then some.
They're all onstage at the Times Square Snapple Center (1627 Broadway at 50th Street), every Friday and Saturday at 11 PM.
And they're men! Even Michael!
Icons is the D'Angora Entertainment-produced drag show which wa ... More >>
In this week's column, I give you some exclusive tidbits from Jeffrey Schwarz's upcoming doc about the late, great drag comic Divine.
Well, Divine wasn't exactly about understatement, so here's some more!
Director JOHN WATERS
"Before he was Divine, he was a normal drag queen for about fiv ... More >>
Drop out, tune in, and turn on the e-meterLast week, we started a new feature on Tuesdays. We've asked freelancer Antoine Oman* to write us stories that look at things from Scientology's perspective. This week, he takes a look at Scientology in the 1960s -- ed.
I had the distinct pleasure la ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
April 24, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 28
The Mailer-Breslin Ticket: Vote the Rascals In
by Joe Flaherty
I approached the making of the Mailer, 1969, with dubious thoughts. Like many others I was invited to Mailer's home about three weeks ago t ... More >>
We've had some high-profile hate crimes, and our dumbass state government still can't pass a gay marriage bill, but in Community Marketing, Inc's latest Gay & Lesbian Tourism Survey rankings, New York is still the most popular destination for U.S. LGBT travelers. 32 percent of the 4,726 Ameri ... More >>
edkohler/flickrIce cream trucks, hibernating.If today's weather is any indication, summer is well and truly over, which makes Fork in the Road think about all of those frozen treat purveyors who spoiled us so thoroughly over the past few months. This may have been the Summer of Street Food, b ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesDecember 14, 1961, Vol. VII, No. 8Amos Vogel of Cinema 16By J.R. GoddardFeelings about Cinema 16 are wide in range. Ask any of the film society's thousands of past or present members and opinions will vary from "Man, what a drag!" to "My best Sun ... More >>