Along with the meetups we've had that are fun and/or political, let's end March with a couple of free art events (that are also fun and/or political, I guess.) Join me for the premiere of The Furies, by King is a Fink Productions. The Furies is a series of five dance films that explore how social prohibitions against female anger limit self-actualization for women. [more inside]
The Candle Bar, the oldest gay bar in NYC and the last gay bar on the UWS is closing just as Pride Weekend is starting. They're having everything must go drink specials. Why not join me on Friday June 19th at 7:30 in saying goodbye to another bit of local color. I will sit on the jukebox all night and keep it from getting stupid.
UPDATE: My refrigerator broke and I'm having a new one installed today, but I'm not sure when it will be, thus I don't know if/when I'll be there. Pridefest is this weekend! $13 for one-day admission. There's a variety of food and drink. Here's the full entertainment lineup (including Ani Di Franco and En Vogue). Straight people are welcome (and very common). Saturday looks like the best day, weather-wise,
so I'm probably going to be there from 3 pm until I'm too exhausted or drunk to dance anymore. If you can't commit to a time, but you might go and want to meet up, memail me for my phone number and you can text me.
Meetup in Tacoma! We'll start with happy hour and free pool at The Mix from 4pm to 7pm and then decamp to Orange Door for dinner starting at around 7:30pm. Come to either or both. [more inside]
Reading through some old AskMe posts, I saw that a lot of people had responded to various questions about being gay/lesbian/bi/etc in NYC with offers to meet up and hang out. And I thought, well, I could stalker-ily message those people, or I could just post an event and see if anyone is into it. [more inside]
Anyone interested in meeting up on Easter for the annual Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Easter Bash? [more inside]