Manhattan Sunday : Clubbers going home

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Richard Renaldi’s stunning photographs which so succinctly capture urbanite Manhattan club-goers as they make the trek home in the early hours of morning,  are  currently the focus of his one-man=show at one of New York’s leading art museums. The Chicago-born photographer now based in N.Y. told Gay Star News that he wanted to capture the juxtaposition … Continue reading



Sinkhole de Mayo

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  Never accuse NY’s leading  gay nightclub promoter Daniel Nardicio of being subtle, especially when he publicizes any of his rather raunchy events like this one happening tonight to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.    Although the thought of seeing the two biggest bottoms since J-Lo and Kim Kardashian is certainly tempting enough to swing by … Continue reading



History : Webseries

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Having just sat through all six episodes of Jack Tracy’s new webseries History I’m not sure that I’d like to have been his ex-boyfriend.  It’s not that the 30-plus-year-old NY actor is not handsome, or cannot turn on the charm, it’s just that he has obviously mined his own dating past in such minute detail … Continue reading



Homo Erectus Boylesque

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  Once a month Matt Knife produces an exciting ‘must-see’ Boylesque show called Homo Erectus at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher St, NY.  It features a stunning rotating cast like none other that is a celebration of the human body, sexuality and performance art, and deliberately promotes positive body image, sexual expression and confidence in all … Continue reading



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