NYC Restaurant News: Subway Smoke Bomber Caught On Video


So, you may have heard, but now there's a video. An unidentified man emerged from a subway grate this weekend, chucked a smoke bomb inside Da Silvano (including Rose McGowan?!) then fled back underground. The NYPD released the footage in the hunt for the suspect, who they believe is in his early 20s, has blond hair, and was wearing an American flag ... See the Rest

Picture This: Ryan McGinley’s Nudie Yearbook Is NSFW

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NSFW: There are a total of 753 black and white and color photographs by Ryan McGinley in his new show, Yearbook. They are unframed and stuck directly to the wall in overlapping layers. All of the works are printed on vinyl, and were made between 2009 and 2014. The individual images are poster sized, and the entire installation is available as a ... See the Rest

Film Flashback: Sixty Years Ago Marilyn Monroe Stood Over A Subway Grate & Became An Icon


In September of 1954, the famous scene above a subway grate from The Seven Year Itch, starring Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell, was filmed on Lexington Avenue. The movie mostly takes place inside of a New York City apartment during a VERY hot summer. It primarily shot in Hollywood, but some scenes were filmed in NYC. The iconic subway grate scene was ... See the Rest

The Beginning of the End?: Over 300,000 Gather For People’s Climate March In NYC

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The People's Climate March began this morning at 11:30AM, moving east along 59th Street from Columbus Circle. More than 1000 groups from all 50 states and 300 colleges participated along with animal activist Jane Goodall, Al Gore, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Dennis Kucinich, my local councilman, Corey Johnson, Mark Ruffalo, Leonardo DiCaprio and over ... See the Rest

Theater 80: Snow White & the Seven Bottoms, Starring Varla Jean Merman


Hey, kids, it’s a BRAND NEW Fall show from the Gold Dust Orphans. All your fairy tale dreams come true as they bring you an all new musical adventure set in uncircumcised Germany! Look out, New York, the Orphans are BACK! After a hugely successful run of their first hit musical, “Mildred Fierce”, the Orphans are ready to return. Based on the Disney ... See the Rest

We’ll Miss Her: Joan Rivers Tribute To New York

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New York magazine's Jennifer Vineyard spoke to Joan Rivers last year and earlier this year about her childhood in, and favorite parts of, New York. (I swear, as I'm typing this, just now Elton's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road comes on iTunes. Read on and you'll see why tears are welling in my eyes...) "We were right off of Eastern Parkway, which was ... See the Rest

Do You Need More Attention?: Are You A Stoli Guy?


You can join GayCities and Stoli this Thursday in New York City, July 24 at the Copacabana and see who claims the title of NYC’s Stoli Guy 2014. (This fun competition is traveling all across the country to San Diego, Denver, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, Chicago, DC, Seattle, LA, San Francisco and Philly. Go here for dates.) These six dudes will ... See the Rest

NYC Getaways: 6 Hotspots For Pride Week


It's already started. The city is jumping' with activity all centered around Pride. If you live here, you might be hosting some out-of-town pals. If not, you might need a place to stay. Either way, you can file these hotel hotspots for future reference. They aren't going anywhere – and all of them, save for The Jane, can be booked through Tablet ... See the Rest