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She’s appeared everywhere from Baltimore morning television to the the stages of New York City nightclubs, but Tanisha Avent is just about to hit the big time, with a hand from one oft the industry’s most prolific and popular DJ’s. DJ Ranny may call Boston home, but his international musical flavor has helped him zero in on Avent and he has put his patented touch on her latest single “Love Yourself”, with the video exclusively premiering here. (Check it...

What do Bette Midler, Billy Porter, and the hot mohawk guy from Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity have in common? They all graced the stage at WeParty’s WorldPride NYC event, where they entertained a crowd of over 13,000 people from around the world. The event included a lot of major talent, with Cyndi Lauper, celebrity DJs, and castmembers from the legendary off-Broadway show Stomp. The size of the crowd set a world record for the largest pride party in history....

If you’re looking to continue the World Pride party just a little bit longer or simply looking for some killer beats to keep your summer pumping, the place to look is DJ Eddie Martinez’s amazing new Movement podcast. It contains a portion of his set direct from the Verve party that he spun recently for World Pride in New York City!  From moody vocals to deep and delicious house beats to good old fashioned New York City house, Martinez has...

from instagram.com/cjenmanWorldPride 2019 in New York was as epic and exciting as expected, with a long weekend of shows all over the city and a parade filled with celebrities (on June 30) that was blessed by a beautiful and (mostly) sunny day. Then closing ceremonies in Times Square included performances by Jake Shears (above), Melissa Ethridge, Margaret Cho, and a long list of other speakers and musicians. Approximately 5 million people attended the WorldPride events that weekend, including 100,000 people...

Credit: Andy Cohen Instagram BFF’s Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper reportedly had a wild night out together during WorldPride. RadarOnline.com insiders dished on seeing the duo at a popular bash called Horse Meat Disco in New York City on Friday, June 28. The event was one of many that took place during WorldPride’s iconic 5-day celebration.  Advertised as a “queer party for everyone,” Horse Meat Disco is a debaucherous and sweaty event with hundreds of men dancing around in revealing attire while...

On Sunday night, Madonna performed a four-song set at New York’s WorldPride. I think it was one of the most punk-rock things she’s ever done. And I could teach a college course on Madonna history, TBH. Seriously, challenge me to Madonna trivia, and you will know defeat.  Anyway, the set opened with Vogue, Madonna dressed as secret agent Madame X, hovering over a typewriter before breaking out into an elaborate dance routine, her backup dancers dressed just as she was.  The second song was...

Screenshot via Twitter @ABCNewsLive A US Army specialist has come out on national TV. This past weekend was the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. To honor Stonewall and the legacy of Pride that followed it, the World Pride Parade in New York City was visited by around 3 million people. And one of those three million was Brion Houston. ABC News was in Manhattan to record the parade and all of its participants/watchers. During the day, they caught up with Houston...

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, Bette Midler, Cyndi Lauper and Billy Porter performed electrifying and iconic live performances at the WE Party Pride Festival Main Event. Presented by Absolut Vodka at the Jacob K. Javits Center on Saturday, June 29th, the event took place during WorldPride in New York City. Produced by Jake Resnicow, organizers claim the event was the biggest New York Pride charity event in history with over 10,000 guests. The party also featured an...

Free people from all over the world descended on New York City for the first-ever WorldPride celebration to be held in the U.S. marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Here’s how our 30-something New York-based writer John Russell survived the magic and mayhem. Press check-in for the WorldPride Opening Ceremony at Barclays Center goes pretty smoothly, though there’s no place on the “Rainbow carpet” for me. Which is fine because the battery on my phone is about to...

Fifty years ago the mother of all gay icons (at times in the literal sense…see also Liza & Lorna), Judy Garland died in a London hotel room. As the gay community of New York gathered to mourn in a local bar, police tried to raid the establishment for the umpteenth time. This time though, the grieving patrons fought back, launching what we now call the Stonewall Uprising. It’s one of several reasons the queer community uses the rainbow as a...

from instagram.com/pride/WorldPride in New York City will see crowds that could swell into the millions during the parade and closing ceremonies on June 30. But celebrations have been flourishing throughout the “pride month” of June with festivals big and small, and celebrants arrived wearing lots of rainbow colors and pride pink. Dressing up in bright outfits is one of the most fun parts of celebrating the anniversary of Stonewall each year, and there have been some people who took...

This is the third in a series of “Then & Now” articles looking at historic places that have made New York the cradle of LGBTQ life from Stonewall to today at Pride 50. Stonewall Inn gets all the glory, but it’s hardly the only gay bar in Greenwich Village that was the site of groundbreaking activism. This former speakeasy at the corner of West 10th Street and Waverly Place began attracting gay men in the 1950s, making it the city’s...

The WorldPride closing ceremonies in Times Square, on Sunday, June 30, is destined to be a historic, epic, and very fun celebration that will punctuate a month of events throughout New York City. Part political rally, party concert, the Closing Ceremonies will include speakers, comedians, cast members of Broadway shows, and musicians—among them Jake Shears, who is not only one of America’s most innovative musical artists, but one who uses his music to speak out for equality and the...

With WorldPride happening in New York City this year for the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, there are a gazillion events to spend your time and money at. Obviously, both of those are limited, so we’ve rounded up some of the best picks for you to commit to. You’re not going to be able to be everywhere at once, but if you stake your claim at some of these places, we’re sure you’re going to be happy you took our...

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