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In My Mind: An LGBTQ Peoples of Color Mental Health Conference

October 5October 6
The Stewart Hotel
371 Seventh Ave New York, NY 10032 + Google Map

DBGM, Inc. (www.dbgm.org) and a team of volunteers hosts the third-annual "In My Mind: An LGBTQ Peoples of Color Mental Health Conference - Navigating Mental Health Care: Concerns, Developments, and Promises" on Oct 5 & 6 at The Stewart Hotel, 371 Seventh Ave (opposite Madison Square Gardens), NYC. The Conference examines concerns, acknowledges developments and looks to the future for LGBTQ peoples of color, especially in the current political climate, which rhetoric threatens, beyond race and homophobia, to further destabilize…

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Black & Blue Festival

October 5October 9
Bad Boy Club Montreal
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$200

As it celebrates 27 years of black & Blue events, the legendary Black & Blue party descends on a new venue with a hot lineup of international DJs for the world’s largest gay benefit dance festival, which brings tens of thousands of tourists to Montreal each fall. bbcm.org

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Joyce Kozloff: Girlhood

October 5
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
DC Moore Gallery
535 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 + Google Map

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, 6-8pm This October DC Moore Gallery presents, Joyce Kozloff: Girlhood, an exhibition that unites the artist’s ongoing mixed media cartographic art with recently unearthed childhood drawings. Kozloff discovered folders containing her carefully preserved grade school art during the emotional process of packing up and closing her parents’ house after their deaths. Her occasionally phantasmagorical and meticulously painted archaic charts offer a dialogue between the youthful wonderment preserved in her elementary school drawings and adult geographical…

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“Shade: Queens of NYC” – FUSION TV Is Taking the Wigs off in a New Docu-Series

October 5
10:30 pm
11:00 pm

September 12, 2017 ─ FUSION TV today announced that the wigs will come off in a new and compelling docu-series, “Shade: Queens of NYC,” premiering Thursday, October 5 @ 10:30PM. The 12-part, half hour series will move past the glam, glitz, and lip syncing and provide an intimate look inside the New York drag community. Shot in a vérité follow documentary format, Shade reveals a side of drag life never before seen on television, examining the unspoken stigmas, taboos and…

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Gay Days Anaheim

October 6October 8
Multiple Venues
Visit site for prices

Drag Race superstar Alyssa Edwards and DJ Ray Rhodes kick off our weekend at Disney in the Rumba Room. Then on Saturday, Miss Coco Peru takes the stage at 7pm inside Disney’s Grand Californian, while Chad Michaels, Morgan McMichaels and Delta Work living it up in the ESPN Zone in Downtown Disney. gaydaysanaheim.com

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Barbara Hammer: Evidentiary Bodies

October 7, 2017January 28, 2018
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
26 Wooster St. New York, NY 10013 + Google Map
Free, donation appreciated

Barbara Hammer goes into exploratory detail of the human body. Through different mediums she dives deeper into lesbian representation and intimacy.

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Center Theatre Group (LA) Presents Bright Star

October 11November 19
Ahmanson Theatre
135 N Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012 + Google Map
Prices Vary

The Tony-nominated musical from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell finally makes its way to LA, thankfully with actress Carmen Cusack — who originated the role of Alice Murphy in the celebrated Broadway production. Based on a true story, Bright Star profiles a southern literary editor who starts a relationship with a young soldier returning from World War II, which awakens her longing for a child she lost. It’s heartbreaking, beautiful and bittersweet. centertheatregroup.org For Tickets

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Steve Kaufman – Back in New York

October 14
10:00 am
8:00 pm
The Gay And Lesbian Center
208 West 13th St. NYC, NY 10011 + Google Map
Free

Steve Kaufman “SAK” (1960–2010) Was A Charismatic Pop Artist, Humanitarian, And Pioneer Of Neo Pop Art. In His Early Years, Steve Kaufman Assisted Andy Warhol Where He Learned The Art Of Silkscreening. After Leaving The Warhol Factory, SAK evolved the art of silkscreening by embellishing with oil paint and vivid colors that were embraced globally. He painted icons and trends that stirred the American spirit. this is American Pop Art, Inc.’s first exhibition in NYC since Steve Kaufman’s death, and…

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“The Village Macabre” Walking Tour and Mixer

October 14
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
Washington Square Arch
Washington Square Park North New York, NY 10012 + Google Map
$30

Out Professionals Anticipates Halloween at the Ghostly Greenwich Village Sites of Murders, Hauntings and Missing Persons. On Saturday, October 14, you are invited to join Members and friends of Out Professionals … OP.LYNX, our dynamic women’s network… and some of our newest, up-and-coming young professionals for “Greenwich Village Macabre,” the walking tour and mixer. Death lies in plain view — if you know where in the Village to look, and what to look for. The 19th century Jewish graveyard Newgate…

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American Museum of Natural History Presents: Family Party

October 17
5:00 pm
7:30 pm
American Museum of Natural History
$85 - $175

On Tuesday, October 17, from 5 to 7:30 pm, the 24th Annual Family Party—one of the Museum’s best-loved traditions—features educational activities and entertainment for children ages 2–12. Go on an expedition of scientific discovery and join Museum curators and other members of the Museum community in discovering the wonders of the natural world. Highlights include the Museum Science Center, the Tiffany & Co. Gem Dig, the Cricket Cantina, and lots more! This year’s Family Party is generously supported by Tiffany…

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Filling the New-Business Pipeline with Winners!

October 17
6:30 pm
8:00 pm
PricewaterhouseCoopers
300 Madison Ave New York, NY + Google Map
$10

Entrepreneurial Growth Expert Evan Horowitz Shows You How to Acquire More and Better Clients — with Less Stress. On Tuesday, October 17, Out Professionals presents Business Advisor Evan Horowitz with proven ways to attract the clients who provide the best prospects for your business. You want more clients — and better clients. But as an entrepreneur wearing many hats, attracting them can prove a tall order. How exactly can you grow your business faster? And how can you boost your…

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Halloween New Orleans

October 20October 22
Multiple Venues

There may be no better October party than Halloween New Orleans. The event provides funding for Project Lazarus, a home in New Orleans for men and women with AIDS; last year’s “Pirate’s Revenge” event raised nearly $4.5M. This year’s weekend starts with a Patron Brunch at Cafe Amelie on Friday. Saturday’s “Main Event” party kicks off at 10pm at the House of Blues. And Sunday’s Tea Dance on the Pier will take place at Crescent Park this year with Australia’s…

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Feathers of Fire (LA)

October 20October 29
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
9390 North Santa Monica Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90210 + Google Map

Picture Julie Taymor doing Persian shadow puppetry (minus the Disney tunes of Lion King) and you might have something like Feathers of Fire. A multimedia puppet show that incorporates classic designs into 21st-century digital animation, Feathers of Fire is inspired by the romantic 10th-century Persian poem Shahnameh (The Book of Kings). Plus there are dragons to help tide you over until Game of Thrones returns. kingorama.com

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2017 NY Queer Zine Fair

October 21October 22
LGBT Community Center
208 W 13th street New York, NY 10011 + Google Map
Free

3rd Annual New Queer Zine Fair After successful events in 2015 and 2016, KNOWSGAY will be hosting a third edition of the New York Queer Zine Fair. With over 40 participating artists, zine makers. collectives and publishers, the fair brings together members of the queer community to share and discuss their art and process. Every exhibitor will also have their work for sale, ranging from hand made zines to small-run publications.  NYQZF strives to be a place where diverse genders, backgrounds,…

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Taking Control of Decisions That Shape Your Family’s Life

October 25
6:00 pm
9:00 pm
OppenheimerFunds
225 Liberty Street New York, NY + Google Map
$30

Out Professionals Invites You to Learn Today's Best Practices in Financial, Estate, and Tax Planning for the LGBTQ Community. Join Out Professionals on Wednesday, October 25, for a dynamic and empowering panel discussion to learn how financial, estate and tax planning professionals collaborate to help you and your LGBTQ family take control of truly important aspects of your lives. Examine the stages of LGBTQ family development: Marriage and cohabitation agreements; adoption and alternative reproduction agreements; how to protect your estate…

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Welcome to La Misa, Baby (Oct. 26, 27, 29)

October 26October 29
The Clemente Cultural Center
107 Suffolk Street New York, NY 10002 + Google Map
$15

In response to the tragic shooting in Orlando and the continuing attacks against the LGBTQ community, performer and activist, Migguel Anggelo, presents his brand new one-man show. Using music, dance, and a kaleidoscope of personalities, Migguel pays homage to one of the most sacred spaces in gay culture: The Disco. The show will be presented by The Clemente Cultural Center as part of The Fearless Series, which features the works of LGBTQ artists in the spirit of understanding and unity.​

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