2Scoops looks back on songs from the ’90s
The ladies of the fictional pop duo 2Scoops share their thoughts on some of their ’90s music cohorts
The best gay bars in the West Village
This historic neighborhood is home to some of New York's best and longest-standing LGBT and gay bars
10 essential movies about gay rights
With a new drama, Stonewall, restaging the 1969 riots, we choose the films you should start with
The best gay bars in NYC
The best gay bars, dance clubs and pubs in New York to drink and dance the night away
The best LGBT things to do this week
Get busy with our picks for the best LGBT events this week
Gay & Lesbian events in NYC: Critics' picks
Shame Monster: Dan Fishback's Queer Jewish Anti-Zionist Trip to Israel/Palestine
Local performance artist Dan Fishback shares a new work-in-progress inspired by his recent travels to the Middle East, where he met with Palestinian activists and Israeli settlers, chatted with the locals on Grindr and attended Tel Aviv Pride Week.
Justin Vivian Bond: Dixie McCall's Patterns for Living
Joe's Pub kicks off a yearlong retrospective of Justin Vivian Bond's prolific career in cabaret, comedy, art, nightlife and more with a revival of V's first-ever show, which premiered in San Francisco 25 years ago.
Peter Michael Marino: Late with Lance!
Peter Michael Marino had audiences howling in Desperately Seeking the Exit, his account of working on an abortive Broadway musical in the West End. Now he returns to his 1990s character Lance Johnson, a cruise-ship entertainer with delusions of cabaret stardom.
In his new piece Chambre, playful postmodernist Jack Ferver sweeps Jean Genet's The Maids into a hectically pop-culture-savvy work that also includes Lady Gaga's infamous deposition, true-crime details and Marc Swanson's mythically suggestive sculptures.
Paige Turner: Confessions of an Un-Natural Blonde
The adorable Paige Turner is one of the city's most tireless drag hostesses. She makes her Beechman debut with this solo show, which already slayed in Provincetown.
Night of the Living Drag
Shangela and Willam headline this all-star night of spooky drag. Lady Bunny spins.
Drag Queens of Comedy
An all-star lineup of hilarious gender benders take the stage for some delightfully bitchy comedy and music. Performers include Bianca Del Rio, Sasha Soprano, Ginger Minj, Lady Bunny, Willam, Alaska Thunderfuck, Coco Peru, Shangela and Pandora Boxx.
Rites XXXVII: The Black Party
The Black Party weekend culminates in this all-night and most-of-the-next-day celebration of debauchery. Make sure to dress the part (i.e., whatever makes you feel sexy), and be prepared to have your mind blown by sexy-scary performances and epic DJ sets.
Gay & Lesbian in pictures
Crimson Kitty invades the drag boys' club
Crimson Kitty isn’t the first woman to explore female drag in NYC, but she certainly is taking it further than most
Interview: Alaska Thunderfuck
The sweet-natured comedy queen has a brilliant new album and a lot of opinions on the best way to talk to a drag star
Mario Diaz and his party cohorts reflect on the ’90s East Village
The documentary Club King pays tribute to club guru Mario Diaz
Images from 'Interface,' now on view at Leslie-Lohman
These local LGBT artists harness the power of social media to display their work