Photo by Paul Vallejo The White Party Tea Dance pretty much concluded my White Party weekend, because by the time that Sunday morning rolled around, my ass and face had completely collapsed. I was WRECKED! Lack of sleep, being sick and being exposed to the elements of the hot desert sun had taken its toll.
I went to Palm Springs for this year’s White Party weekend for the 25th Anniversary celebration. I interviewed actor, singer and TV producer Jai Rodriguez for the White Party issue of The Fight magazine and I wrote an article about my first White Party experience, back when I was a kid. SOOooo when the editor
Here’s an article I wrote that has been published in the latest issue of The Fight Magazine. I’m throwing it back–waaayyy back to my first White Party weekend in the early 90’s during a time when it took big balls to look so cheap and be so openly gay. === Throwback to White Party Weekend,
People die. Especially the old ones. I just learned that gay cabaret entertainer Rudy de la Mor passed away this month. He was 73. Rudy de la Mor entertained the LGBTQ community for decades. Crazy hats, a big mouth and twisted sense of humor were his trademark. He was a classically trained pianist who was
I hate that it made me so damn happy to be allowed into the DJ booth of the Motherload—err, I mean “Lode” while my friend DJ Quinn Callicott did his DJ gig spittin’ music and feeding all shades of video montages to a crowd that Sunday night. I decided to tag along with my
. At the risk of pissing some people off by breaking my anonymity as a clean and sober man, let me just throw it out there that I’ve been counting dayz for almost four years. And in my almost four years of clean and soberness, I’ve had zero desire to hit the Palm Springs desert