Topics :: circuit parties
By Steve Weinstein | Tuesday Mar 1, 2011
Time to get that studded jockstrap and leather harness out of storage and get to the gym, because on March 19, 6,000 of the hottest men in the planet will converge on NYC for the most notorious dance party on the planet: the Saint-at-Large’s Black Party.
By Steve Weinstein | Sunday Feb 6, 2011
Christopher Hines directed documentary The Adonis Factor, about gay men’s pursuit of physical perfection. He spoke to Edge about what Circuit boys, Circuit bodies and the way they affect the rest of us.
By Mark Thompson | Monday Jan 24, 2011
Alegria Tribal is Ric Sena’s annual paean to all things tribal - and with the King of Tribal, Paulo, (aka Lord of the Drums) on the decks, along with Eddie Elias, New York’s latest after-hours king, Pacha was a jungle of sexy, tribal house music.
By Steve Weinstein | Saturday Dec 4, 2010
Walter Holland is at his best when he concentrates on the title subject - the gay dance party scene and Fire Island. Even if poems about weightier subjects don’t impress as much, everywhere there is a distinct voice in the manner of the New York School.
Friday Nov 5, 2010
Late on the Saturday of Halloweek, Toronto’s sexiest little devils tore up the floor at Fly, Toronto’s hottest club, as Sofonda Cox performed a sinfully delicious rendition of Rihanna’s "Only Girl (In the World)." End result: a true pagan paradise.
By Mark Thompson | Friday Oct 22, 2010
During the past decade, Montreal has earned a reputation (and numerous nominations and awards) as one of the world’s best LGBT destinations - and after spending time in Canada’s second-largest city, it’s easy to understand why.
By Jim Halterman | Tuesday Oct 19, 2010
The 2010 Gay Days Anaheim was held earlier this month at DisneyLand and EDGE’s Jim Halterman threw on his favorite red t-shirt and joined the sea of red to celebrate being gay at the happiest place on Earth!
By Robert Doyle | Thursday Oct 14, 2010
Over the course of its twenty-year history, the Black and Blue Festival, produced by the BBCM (Bad Boy Club Montreal) Foundation, has become celebrated for legendary events marked by innovative production, artistic direction, and ground-breaking sound.
Monday Sep 13, 2010
Matinée New York caught the tailwinds of Hurricane Earl and once again landed on the shores of Governors Island for a second gale force spectacle called La Leche Festival, with more than 2,000 revelers and a cast of more than thirty live performers.
By Mark Thompson | Friday Sep 10, 2010
For ten years, Alegria has dominated the New York club scene with its marathon events that are equal parts theatrical production, dance music summits, and family reunions.