J’royce Jata: “Soft” EP First Listen
“The reason I called it Soft is because Black men do not get the opportunity to show our many facets, as much as our counterparts."
Dèvo Monique: Dear White People
NYC-based Black drag performer Dèvo Monique addresses Black queerness in relationship to the NYC nightlife scene, the BLM movement, and white society.
Untitled (America) Is Our Future (?)
Brooklyn-based drag artist Untitled Queen offers a glimpse at a new America, through her July 4th digital fundraiser.
Queer Juneteenth Jubilee in Harlem
Three black led organizations bring Juneteenth Jubilee to Harlem, celebrating Black Lives through Joy- a celebration in the form of protest.
15K People Show Up For Black Trans Lives At Brooklyn Liberation March
15K people wearing all white, marched at Brooklyn Liberation for Black Trans Lives
Susanne Bartsch Is Back On Top (Virtually)
A notorious NYC party producer has taken to the internet to keep the rhythm going despite the coronavirus pandemic.
CT Hedden’s “QuarantQueen” Ball At The Met
Met Gala is postponed, but some queens decided to get together and throw their own social distancing inspired Ball at the steps of the museum.
Art During Quarantine
NYC-based artist Mike Sullivan uses his time during the lockdown to create and give back.
Jesse Alvior has lived in the Lower East Side of Manhattan for the past 17 years, but the neighborhood never looked quite like this before the COVID-19 outbreak.