Boulet Brothers and ‘Dragula’

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For the past 15 years the fabulous Boulet Brothers have been the ringleaders of L.A.’s alternative nightlife scene producing extravagent queer cabaret and events, the likes of which have never ever seen before. They have not just transposed New York’s sleazy underground East Village to the West Coast, but they have embellished it with their … Continue reading

Dragstrip 66 : a ‘frockumentary’ about where all the queer misfits in Silver Lake went to have fun

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If you had never been too or even heard of DRAGSTRIP66, then you really do not know what you had been missing.  Once a month this neighborhood Mexican restaurant in Silverlake, L.A. was transformed into a beloved destination for music, dance, fashion, and performance art. Much more than just a dance club, it was an … Continue reading

Reigning Men

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queerguru loves LACMA! The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is adding yet another stunning exhibition to its roster so soon after it just opened it’s breathtaking Mapplethorpe Retrospective last month (see ‘Looking at Mapplethorpe’).  This time they are turning their attention to the much neglected subject of mens fashion that is always treated like a … Continue reading

SUNDAY DINNER in Beverly Hills where there is more on the menu than anyone expected

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  SUNDAY DINNER ☆☆☆☆ Theatre 40 Walking up to Theatre 40 which is tucked in to Beverly Hills High School to see writer and director Tony Blake’s Sunday Dinner makes you feel like you are in an episode of 90210. It is quintessential Beverly Hills and we were all the way there for it. The … Continue reading

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