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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Wednesday, October 22


Real Men Wear Pink

Shadow Boxers, 215 W 40th St (btwn Seventh/Eighth Aves), shadowboxersbar.comThe official release party for this breast cancer awareness calendar features appreances by all the sexy men who posed in pink, hostess Paige Turner, performances by Sir Honey Davenport and Chelsea Piers, and music by DJ Johnny Mac. 6pm-9pm; free.


Gay Night at Nightmare

Clemente, 107 Suffolk St (btwn Rivington/Delancey Sts), New York’s most terrifying haunted house is going gay for the night, with music by DJ Sdot John, giveaways from Scruff, and drink specials all night. Bring a cute boy to walk the house with you—you’ll have plenty excuses to hold their hand in the dark! 7pm–9pm and 9pm–10pm; $30–$35 general admission/$60 VIP.

Justin Vivian Bond Gala

The Cock, 29 Second Ave (btwn First/Second Sts), At their first ever benefit gala, the New York Performance Artists Collective honors New York legend Justin Vivian Bond. V was a regular performer at The Cock's original 12th street location, and was the first artist to perform at the current space, so it's fitting that a gala for V would be held at this downtown institution. Celebrate Bond and the rich history of downtown performance art at the gala, which begins at 7pm, followed by an after-party at at 10pm. 7pm; $150 gala/$50 after-party.


New Eats

Elmo, 156 Seventh Ave (btwn 19th/20th Sts), Bring an empty tummy to this Chelsea eatery so you can fill up on their new fall menu. Have a couple of cocktails and feast your eyes on the sexy staff. 7pm; prices vary.

Divas, Dogs & Drag Queen

Lips, 227 E 56th St (btwn Second/Third Aves), Give back to Second Chance Rescue, a non-profit that helps abused and neglected animals, at this fabulous fundraising event. Bid in the silent auction, enjoy cocktails and a gala dinner, all followed by a special performance of Ginger Snapt’s Broadway Drag Spectacular. 7:30pm; $100.

The Help

Therapy, 348 W 52nd St (btwn Eighth/Ninth Aves), Pixie Aventura and Bob the Drag Queen are at your service, hosting this hilarious weekly show. Kick back with a $7 Titos cocktails and watch these queens do what they do best. 11pm; free.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014