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David Mixner Marks Retirement, 60 Years of Civil Rights Activism with Stage Show Denouncing U.S. Health Care System

Civil and LGBTQ rights activist David Mixner performed his latest show You Make Me Sick to a sold out theater on Monday night at Florence Gould Hall in New York City, a performance he said marked his retirement from public life after 60 years of activism. Like his previous shows From the Front Porch, Oh Hell No!, 1969, and Who Fell Into the Outhouse, You Make Me Sick combined storytelling, music, and commentary to highlight his extraordinary life experiences. But You Make Me Sick differed from the others as a denunciation...
David MixnerNew YorkNew York CityTheaterTheatretowleroad

David Mixner Marks Retirement, 60 Years of Civil Rights Activism with Stage Show Denouncing U.S. Health Care System

Civil and LGBTQ rights activist David Mixner performed his latest show You Make Me Sick to a sold out theater on Monday night at Florence Gould Hall in New York City, a performance he said marked his retirement from public life after 60 years of activism. Like his previous shows From the Front Porch, Oh Hell No!, 1969, and Who Fell Into the Outhouse, You Make Me Sick combined storytelling, music, and commentary to highlight his extraordinary life experiences. But You Make Me Sick differed from the others as a denunciation...
Alanis Morissetteentertainment]musicNaveen KumarNew York CityTheaterTheatreTheatre Review

‘Jagged Little Pill’ Is a Raw and Explosive Portrait of Suburbia on the Brink: REVIEW

Some music is so emotionally raw, it’s almost embarrassing. The vulnerability of its rage and sorrow feels too messy and explicit, detailing dark recesses of feeling many of us would just as soon keep hidden. When Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill came out in 1995, it sounded like the id of a generation of disaffected young women unleashed in one guttural howl. To some it was delicious catharsis; others were reflexively turned off by its earnestness. I devoured it on repeat like the drama queen I was — and then...
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Céline Dion celebrated the release of her new album surrounded by Céline Dion drag queens

Céline Dion celebrated her new album Courage surrounded by several other Céline Dions. Dion, 51, performed an impromptu karaoke set at Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant and Bar in New York City. But it was a show greatly enhanced by the several other Céline Dions in attendance. As the only thing better than a single Céline Dion, are several Céline Dions. To clarify, they were in the form of drag queens. Céline Dion celebrates her album Courage with drag queen karaoke party. Dion said she was “more than thrilled”...
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Celine Dion Celebrated the Release of Her Album ‘Courage’ at a NYC Drag Palace: WATCH

Celine Dion celebrated the release of her 12th English-language studio album Courage on Thursday night at NYC’s Lips Drag Palace surrounded by fans and a line-up of drag queens. The album is her first since the death of her husband and manager Rene Angelil. Said Celine: “I’m so excited, and I’m so honored that you’re here tonight. I want to thank you so very much for your support through the years. … I love you guys very, very much.” Dion released the video for the title track “Courage” on Thursday....
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Gay Man Sues NYC Event Company, Says Boss Degraded Him and Cut Pay to Match ‘Other Females in the Office’

A former employee of New York City event company Eventique is suing his former employer, saying he was discriminated against after his boss learned he was gay, and his pay was cut by half to match “other females in the office.” Wesley Wernecke via NBC News. NBC News reports: “Eventique attempted to alienate and degrade Wesley Wernecke after CEO Henry Liron David learned he was gay, said Wernecke’s lawyer, Anthony Consiglio. … Wernecke had just begun to work for Eventique, which stages events for high-profile clients, such as Nike, Twitter...
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