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Tina Burner is Burning Through Broadway

Tina Burner, the bigger-than-life personality from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 13, will be burning her way through classic Broadway hits with a spin and is bringing it to a city...

New York’s world-class theatre and cabaret venues continue to thrive

Well, Broadway is officially back and, one by one, new shows and old shows alike are opening doors and raising curtains. Of course, there remains the pesky issue of shows that...

Lucas Bouk Transgender Opera Singer Debuts as Baritone at On Site Opera

Before 2021, Lucas Bouk was a transgender opera singer living as Mr. Liz and performing as a mezzo-soprano. They had anxiety about physically transitioning with testosterone and...

Grand Marshals announced for 2021 NYC Pride March

NYC Pride recently just announced its Grand Marshals slated to lead the NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wilson Cruz, Ceyenne Doroshow, Menaka Guruswamy & Arundhati...

Big Apple, Bigger Controversy: Banning Police from NYC Pride

They were an eclectic mix of businessmen, entertainers, dreamers, dancers, and lovers. They were human beings. And yet, throughout the 1960s, they were systematically dehumanized...

Empower State of Mind: Inside the NYC Queer Scene

In the darkest days of the past year, community has felt like nothing but a brilliant memory. Gathering and cavorting until all hours of the intoxicating night was a hallmark of...

The Show Must Go Online – Join NYCGMC

The soul is indefinable yet undeniable. It is impossible to pinpoint what makes us human, but music provides a swirling pulse that elevates us from the mundane to the marvelous....

4 Short-But-Sweet New York Weekend Getaways

Whether you have a three-day weekend on the horizon or you’re looking to make the most of a few unaccounted for vacation days, you know you deserve a break. But just because you...

Once Upon a Time in 1990s New York City

As spring finally teases us hello with the first warm weather, I can’t help but look forward to summer, a subject that invariably gets me thinking of my 20s in New York. I’m...