Next Week

Ruby Roo’s Tuesday night takes her all over the city for shows and cocktails with her favorites girls.
Glossy Bohemond’s solo exhibition highlights fabulous queers.
The contestants of the second annual Miss Fish NYC pageant on Serving Fish.
The staff of Gym Sportsbar looks back on 10 years of dudes, brews, and Balls.
Married nightlife duo Sateen goes all out every Friday, popping off on dance floors and giving looks for days.
On Fridays, promoter Scotty Em is on the hunt for beats, boys, and booze.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Friday, March 27

10 YEARS: Gym Anniversary Party

Gym Sportsbar, 167 Eighth Ave (btwn 18th/19th Sts), Celebrate 10 years of beers, boys, and ball games at Gym's anniversary celebration. Orange is the New Black stars Selenis Leyva and Laura Gomez play host at a VIp reception benefitting AthleteAlly downstairs in Gym's locker room starting at 7pm. 6pm-midnight; free.

Dirty Little Drawings Opening Reception

Leslie-Lohmman Prince Street Project, 127-B Prince St (@ Wooster St), See this new exhibition of erotic works by fifty different artists, all studying and challenging the male form. 6pm; free.

Jiraiya Signing and Talk

The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division, 208 W 13th St Room 210 (btwn Seventh/Greenwich Aves), Gay manga artist Jiraiya, known for his muscled anime hunks, appears for his first New York discussion and signing at the Bureau, signing copies Massive: Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It. 7pm; free.

Bright Light Bright Light

Rough Trade, 64 N Ninth St (btwn Wythe/Kent Aves), Williamsburg, Queer electropop act Bright Light Bright Light, aka the super swoon-worthy Rod Thomas, is joined by Brothertiger and Parlour Tricks at the Williamsburg record store and music venue. 8pm; $12.

Well Strung

54 Below, 254 W 54th St (btwn Broadway/Eighth Ave), The sexy singing string quartet returns to 54 Below for their latest production, Popssical, putting their own spin on music from Motzart to Miley Cyrus. 9:30pm; $35–$45 (plus $25 food/drink minimum).


G Lounge, 225 W 19th St (btwn Seventh/Eighth Aves), Host Yusef X knows what you want and gives it to you every Friday night. DJ Danny Nunez spins while sexy go-go boys dance on the bar. 10pm; free.

Fever Fridays

The Attic, 254 W 48th St (@ Eighth Ave), Brandon Voss and Kenny Kenny keep it glam in the penthouse, while Frankie Sharp’s boys get dirty down below. 11pm; free before midnight/$10 general admission.

Rockin Disco Fag Bar

Eastern Bloc, 505 E Sixth St (btwn Aves A/B), Pack yourself into this narrow east Village bar for a sexy, sleazy good time. DJ Darren Dryden spins freaky beats at this Friday night favorite. 11pm; free.

King Size

The Cock, 29 Second Ave (btwn First/Second Sts), DJ Sammy Jo and friends provide the music at this weekly East Village party, where The Cock’s studly go-go boys help set the sexy mood. 11pm; $10.


Cameo Gallery, 93 N Sixth St (btwn Berry/Wythe Aves), Williamsburg, Get sucked into a wormhole of deep techno beats at The Culture Whore’s monthly dance party, with music by A Village Raid, Shedontstop, Joshua Steers, and special guest Aaron Clark. 11pm; free before midnight/$5 general admission.


Open House, 244 E Houston (btwn Aves A/B), Wanna know where the boys are? They’re downtown getting wild at ladyfag’s week-ending rager every Friday, letting loose on the dance floor with DJs Michael Magnan and Honey Dijon. 11pm; free before midnight/$5 general admission.

Kill City

The Studio at Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St (btwn Third/Fourth Aves), Erickatoure Aviance and One-Half Nelson are your very own suicide girls at this weekly rager, where DJ Jess Marquis and special guests spin. 10pm; $10 before 1am/$15 general admission.


Lovegun, 617 Grand St (btwn Lorimer/Leonard Sts), Williamsburg, 718-388-3411. Internet sensation Christeene emerges from the depths of your queerest nightmares for an appearance at DJ Ernie Cote’s Friday night bash. 11pm; $5.

Friday, March 27, 2015