Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

GOING DOWN IN LA LA LAND Film Premiere and DVD Sale

reporter: Miguel Dominguez

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Going Down in LA LA Land Film Premiere took place at the Cinema Village on April 20th.



Monday, August 6, 2012

LIPSTICK LEGENDS by Angela Bowie Book Signing

reporter: Miguel Dominguez

Angie shows off her new book

June 8th was a Champagne Night celebration, when Angela Bowie showed up at Lair Lounge & Restaurant for the signing of her latest book Lipstick Legends, which is about the trend setters who redefined sexual mores in the 1970s. From London, to Japan, Los Angeles, New York, and Switzerland, Bowie talks of her own personal experiences and along the way she passes on the thoughts and ideas of some of the most compelling voices of the decade.

Angela Bowie has been writing articles in British Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, and on the internet magazine Frock. She is the author of three previously published books: Two autobiographies, Free Spirit (1981, which includes some of her poetry) as well as the bestseller, Backstage Passes: Life On the Wild Side with David Bowie, published in 1993 and updated in 2000. It detailed her alleged drug-fueled and openly bisexual lifestyle with her former husband and many other well-known musicians. She also wrote The Pocket Guide to Bisexuality.

The movie Velvet Goldmine was loosely based on her life with David Bowie. She was fictionalized as a character named "Mandy", portrayed by Toni Collette.


Also on display were copies of her CD Moon Goddess

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

FRUITS GONE WILD

reporter: Miguel Dominguez


On July 21 at the Wild Project Theater, 195 East 3rd Street, New York City, Fruits Gone Wild, the comedy show of the 10th annual Fresh Fruit Festival took place, hosted by Lady Clover Honey of NYC Life Television's Under the Pink Carpet.

Fresh Fruit is an inclusive International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Culture & Arts Festival held in New York City. All Out Arts' most exciting ongoing event, The Fresh Fruit Festival feeds the spiritual and artistic souls of the LGBT and artistic communities.

The All Out Arts mission is to "Fight discimination through the arts." To that end, Fresh Fruit is presented by All Out Arts to celebrate the LGBT community's unique perspective, creativity and diversity and to build links between the LGBT artistic communities, be they local or international.