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All Photos: Courtesy of Kiehl's/Patrick McMullan Photography If you live remotely near New York City or San Francisco, you know that millions of gay men hit the streets of both fine cities to celebrate pride the only way we know how: big parades and even bigger parties.June 26 2007 7:45 PM
JULY 2: If New York City's Dixon Place is in fact an 'artistic laboratory,' then the flamboyant performances at HOT!: The NYC Celebration of Queer Culture are its most darling queer creations. This two-month, multifaceted festival'which includes musical and theatrical performances, dance, literature, spoken word, burlesque, drag, and circus'boasts acts like Daisy Spurs, the Fuckerettes, and Lisa Kron, and includes a special edition Puppet BloK performance (July 12), where artists present experimental puppetry, installation art, and animation.June 26 2007 7:00 PM
Is Rainbow the next Confederate Flag? Could be, because there's a big gay rumbling in the Deep South. MondoHomo Dirty South 2007, the South's debut queer-centric festival, kicks off June 27 in Atlanta to coincide with the progressive U.S. Social Forum. Hoping to infuse U.S.S.F. with queer voices and a dirty good time, MondoHomo promises five nights of indie music, burlesque, spoken word, dance parties, arts, film, and DIY-decadence'think of it as Homo-a-GoGo's Southern cousin.June 25 2007 7:00 PM
Here's a story that nicely sums up the showbiz spirit of Provincetown. Ryan Landry, the host and creator of the hugely popular drag night Showgirls, recalls how he got his start here, one evening, maybe 15 years ago:June 24 2007 7:00 PM
Patrick Wolf may call London his home, but the young virtuoso is taking the U.S. by glittery storm with his new album, The Magic Position. Wolf had so much to say when we caught up with him the day the record dropped that we had to include outtakes from the interview here. Your first major label record, The Magic Position, dropped in the U.S. today. How do you feel?June 19 2007 7:00 PM