Best (and worst) of gay 2009

And what we're looking forward to in 2010.



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1980s redux
While we were never quite comfortable with the return of leggings and mullets, we are excitedly anticipating the revival of Tony Kushner's '80s-set Angels in America, to be directed by Michael Greif as part of Signature Theatre Company's 2010/2011 season.

Going Gaga (Jan 20--24)
As if her fierce charm hasn't already been enough to enlist the gays as fans, Lady Gaga's emergence as a queer activist this year really sealed that deal. Her concert dates at Radio City for four nights in late January are part of the not-to-be-missed Monster Ball tour.

Beary exciting
Two new soirees geared toward the hirsute set already have our attention: Scruff Lodge from Robert Valin (Truck Stop, Daddy, Urban Bear Weekend NYC) and Damian Cote (Buddies at Nowhere), coming in mid-January to a location yet to be determined, and a new monthly Snaxx dance event from DJs Rich King and Gustavo and promoter Derek Scott Graves. Also on its way is a new and improved F Word, moving its dancing masses to Rebel and promising a slew of lovable hosts and special guests.


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