1/4/22 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Lil Nas X on Montero

Lil Nas X had a hit with his breakout single Old Town Road, about a horse-loving hip hop cowboy. But for his debut album, Lil Nas X wrote songs about his real life as a gay man, and called the album by his real first name, Montero. The multiple-Grammy-nominee talked with correspondent Tracy Smith about reinventing himself, as his true self. Continue reading

10/27/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Honey Balenciaga- Like, Really Cunt Choreography


Honey Balenciaga is a member of the House of Balenciaga and appeared in the second season for the television series of Legendary.   Continue reading

6/15/21 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Life After Paris Is Burning

Paris is Burning is a 1990 documentary featuring the NYC ballroom scene. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
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1/8/20 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Brian Friedman & Yanis Marshall Heels Choreography- Britney Spears “Breathe On Me”

Brian Friedman’s Class at Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles 2014.  Continue reading

6/20/19 (REPOST) O&A NYC THROWBACK THURSDAY PRIDE MONTH: RuPaul- Supermodel (You Better Work)

Supermodel (You Better Work) is a 1992 mainstream hit by dance music singer, drag queen and international gay icon RuPaul. It was the third single (but first major label single) from his album Supermodel of the World.

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3/16/16 O&A NYC WITH Tod Roulette- ART: 20 Years of Bearing Witness of AIDS In The Paintings Of Hugh Steers

By Tod Roulette

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Wednesday, March 8th at 6PM Alexander Gray Associates, which represents the estate of the late artist, Hugh Steers hosted a probing discussion on the artists paintings. The 600 pictures completed over eleven years are found in Hugh Steers: The Complete Paintings, 1983-1994. The book tirelessly assembled for over five years by the nonprofit AIDS organization, Visual AIDS whose offices are doors away from the gallery. Continue reading