With a special guest performance by Vivacious at 3 Dollar Bill
Scenes from the magical event at The Dreamhouse
Featuring a live performance by Boyfriend and special guests Fecal Matter
Frankie Sharp's Westgay returns to a new home — the gay owned and operated venue, 3 Dollar Bill
Unveiling TMPL gym West Village, the event was hosted by Alan Cumming, Cindy Sherman, Char Defrancesco, Frankie Grande, Marc Jacobs, Milk, Norma kamali, Sonja Morgan, Steven Klein and Zaldy
Presented by Rify Royalty — Hosted by Gottmik, Ollywood, Tito Soto, Bryce and Melissa Befierce — Shows by Biqtch Puddin, Rher Litré and Pinche — Music by Mateo Segade and Josh Peace
Scenes from the last party on September 11, 2018
Scenes from after hours at The Dreamhouse
Scenes from the magical lesbian soirée at La Respuesta in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Special thanks to Discover Puerto Rico for the introduction...
What’s better than a family moment? A common turn of phrase among our office is, “Well, [so-and-so] is GAYLETTER family.” The word tends to keep our priorities straight. We also just really do value the relationships we have nurtured over the years… between each other, our contributors, our friends. It’s all relative at the end of the day. Family Style is a party concepted in a similar vein. Created by Jeremy Osslund, Paul Tomlinson and DJ Reaubert, the three met at the Honcho Campout this August and immediately cliqued, dancing and sharing stories with what they call their “dancing family.” “Family Style is for us,” they said, “a way of sharing what we love with people. Food and music have always brought people together, so that’s the vibe we want to cultivate.” Happening at Catina Royal, which promotes the lavish decorum of the late 18th/early 19th century (there is a chandelier in the dining room), enjoy dinner in the eclectic space before you dance in the relatively hidden warehouse dance floor in the back room. The party, which is premiering this week (September 26), will happen on the last Wednesday of each month and will feature a curated mix to supplement your meal in the dining room as well as DJ Reaubert who will serve as resident for the dance floor and a new DJ to help headline every month. There’s no cover and drinks are not too damn expensive. As the fall approaches, you’re going to want to keep who you like the most close. That includes the people you party with. Why not make this a standing date? New Yorker’s could use a bit of consistency… family values never hurt.