Viva at Stage 48 (slide show)

John Blair and friends return to Saturday nights with another party for shirtless boys.

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Photograph: Richard Burrowes

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Longtime NYC gay-nightlife guru John Blair, having parted ways with the folks at XL, recently launched a new Saturday-night effort, Viva, at Stage 48. From the look of things, it seems Mr. Blair (along with his party partners Beto Suter, Ric Sena, Alan Picus and Justin Luke) is still able to pack in NYC's alpha gays and those who enjoy dancing with them. While it's unlikely the purveyors of the exciting new breed of sexy downtown parties are quivering in their boots at the thought of an expanding HK megamixer market, it's nice to know that midtown boys won't be lacking for weekend action any time soon.


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