For last Thursday's installment of the erratic but erotic Boys Gone Wild Thursdays, scruffy, hot guys piled into Mr. Black for girl talk and dancing in the main room. Emily Peet-Lukes documented the sausage-land strip tease for your viewing pleasure featured in this week's La Dolce Musto.
David Bowie might never grow old for the 24-hour party circuit in our great metropolis, and BowieBall was a rousing success to that end, with a small army of could-be guys or girls (including Chloe Sevigny and Debbie Harry) celebrating the glam-legend at Santos' Party House.
Pasty dudes and their 8-bit masterpieces flocked to the Bell House in another installment of Blip Fest, a tech-fetish gathering of the more discerning GameBoy/Chiptune connoisseurs. More about the first night of Blip Fest here.
Requisite tranny stars, hot chicks prone to progressively drunker posturing, Go-Go dancers posing for family photos. With bottle service. Another installment of a night on the town with Nate "Igor" Smith.
The second annual Turkey Day with Pilgrim William (Bradford Scobie) was held this holiday season at Joe's Pub and featured "Strippin' Squaws, Tassel Twirlin' Turkeys and Impure Puritans." Was your Thanksgiving this fun?
With a marquee-ready name, the 25-year-old Penn State grad might throw off professional pugilism's miserable recent record and bring back those rarest of days: the epoch of the educated, erudite gentleman boxer. More about Tor Hamer here.
For the brand's 60th anniversary, the entire front of a warehouse building on North 10th and Wythe was draped with a print of a giant cartoon house. Inside there were two levels, both big open spaces, with set-like rooms and vintage furnishings—a kitchen, living room, dining rooms, with fre...
Click + Drag, probably the only party that mixes cyber fetish, drag, art performances, and visual installations (can you name another?), got a mega update by its founders, Rob Roth and Chi Chi Valenti, who took over two floors of Santos Party House for their hallucinogenic extravaganza.
And the toilet-paper leaf blowers return, along with fake cops, gyrating girls, and pop-song snippets. On Saturday, November 15, Girl Talk—the nom de DJ of Pittsburgh native Gregg Gillis—headlined Terminal 5 with his plastic wrapped PC, drawing a legion of short shorts, neon, and buckets of sweat.