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I am formerly TNG's managing editor and currently act as our city content coordinator. I also write a weekly column called Sexual Disorientation on the world of gay sex and dating. I can be reached at corey@thenewgay.net.

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Events, San Francisco »

[18 Oct 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Bring Back Pirate Cat Radio

If you miss hearing Pirate Cat Radio, here is your chance to bring it back… The San Francisco community radio station has launched a campaign to raise funds and get itself back on the airwaves since it got booted by the ever-reasonable FCC.

Pledges of just $1.00 will start earning you some excellent prizes which include bowling with a bunch of shaved DJs, concert tickets, and enough coffee to ruin your stomach lining.

Events, New York City »

[14 Oct 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Emery Awards Gala

If you plan on being in NYC on Tuesday, November 9th, the 2010 Emery Awards sound like a pretty hott ticket. The Hetrick-Martin Institute will be honoring Glee creator Ryan Murphy, Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, and fashion mogul Marc Ecko for their contributions to creating a more accepting and supportive world for the LGBT community.

I can imagine it will be a pretty great night, considering (a) how horrifyingly addictive Glee is, (b) that I still laugh thinking about Huffington screaming at Ahhnold during the California recall election, and (b) that based on the images I just googled Marc Ecko is pretty hot.

Events, San Francisco »

[8 Oct 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Disco Super Kitty Party

DJ Sergio, of San Francisco’s Go BANG! disco dance party, is celebrating his birthday this Thursday and inviting, well, everyone who has internet access. Here are the details.

Events, New York City »

[4 Oct 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
RIOT! A dance party to benefit Queer Rising

If you’re looking to have some fun and do some good in NYC this coming weekend, news of this event has come down the wire from 21st Century Life and RIOT!.

“Our first party will benefit local grassroots political organization Queer Rising and will be co-hosted by drag divas (and our close friends) Dallas DuBois and Paige Turner.

“There will be a $5 suggested donation at the door that will all go to Queer Rising. In addition to raising money for QR, we’re inviting them to be at the event itself to build its email list, distribute literature, and get its name out to a group of people that might not have otherwise gotten involved.”

Events, Washington DC »

[28 Sep 2010 | Comments Off | ]
“The Saint Plays”

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of seeing The Saint Plays, a production of Factory 449 written by Erik Ehn currently playing in Dupont Circle. The director, John Moletress – a friend of TNG – has done an incredible job at staging what feels more like a drug-induced dream than your standard play.

As someone who is always seeking unique artistic experiences and alternatives to overused stories and familiar methods for telling them, I was thrilled with the performance. It was also rare to see a piece so evocative of religious concepts and imagery – while also critical in its perspective – that was being performed on stage rather than in a museum for contemporary art. Religion, like sex and politics, is traditionally a subject thought to be avoided in any context that may make people uncomfortable. That is probably why it is still refreshing to see a thoughtful treatment and critique of religious thought that presumes (a) its audience is intelligent enough to “get it” and (b) that they’re equally prepared to take a punch.

Events, New York City »

[22 Sep 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Run the NYC Marathon with “Fresh Air Fund-Racers”

The Fresh Air Fund, a charity group that supports inner-city children, is looking for runners for its team in the New York City Marathon. The marathon is on November 7th, but they need to have their spaces filled by September 30th. If you’re interested in joining, you can email kbrinkerhoff@freshair.org or call (212) 897-8890.

Events, San Francisco »

[20 Sep 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Go BANG! Atomic Dancefloor Disco Action

Disco-themed dance party Go BANG! – which aims to create a “mixed, diverse, exciting environment” – is back on September 25th with resident artists Steve Fabus, Sergio Fedasz, and Tres Lingerie. In addition, 70s/80s San Francisco DJ Adrian Santos will be making his return to the area and a guest appearance at the show.

Local, Phoenix »

[16 Sep 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Announcing Coverage of Phoenix with “QTalk Arizona”

TNG is happy to announce a new partnership with QTalk Arizona, a queer talk show podcast, to bring our loyal readers coverage of the Phoenix area every week. QTalk’s producer and host, Joe Dugandzic, introduces his podcast and mission below.

Denver, Events, Local »

[28 Jul 2010 | Comments Off | ]
7/29 – Ballet Nouveau Colorado Benefit – Discount Available

As I mentioned last week, Ballet Nouveau Colorado – a terrific contemporary dance company who does lots of good for the community – is holding a benefit on Thursday night. The event, called “Moving Together” dance groups from around the country, has been put together to close their budget shortfall so that they can continue to operate.

BNC announced today that if you are a student, artist, or non-profit employee, you can purchase tickets at the discounted rate of $20. Otherwise, full price tickets are still available and the money is going to an excellent cause.

Either way, please consider showing this organization your support! This is likely to be one of the best dance events in Colorado this year, so it’s pretty much a win-win situation.

Denver, Events, Local »

[21 Jul 2010 | Comments Off | ]
7/29 – Dance Benefit for Ballet Nouveau Colorado

Over the past few months, I’ve had the privilege of seeing a contemporary, love-themed performance by Ballet Nouveau Colorado, as well as seeing them rehearse and then open a brand-new ballet entitled Somewhere American, Volume 1. During both events, I was impressed with the creativity and ingenuity of BNC, which plays the rare role of actually bringing something completely new to its audiences.

In addition to performing new pieces for the Denver-Boulder area, BNC is also an active part of the community. I was impressed to hear about BNC’s involvement in area schools where they work to make academic material engaging for struggling students, through dance and art.