We offer nightly drag queen shows and dining experience with bar. Every night we offer a different drag queen show including celebrity impersonators in Dinner with the Divas and Bitchy Bingo. Not only do we offer the best in drag queen entertainment, but an exquisite menu from lobster ravioli, Filet Mignon to our chocolate sin dessert and more! Every night is a party at LIPS!
Griessmuehle in Berlin. But real estate investors and infrastructure projects have put many venues at risk. The new decade in ushered in a new era where war debt and economic crises triggered the horrors of hyperinflation. Within hours, newly-printed money had lost all its value, offering an opening for political extremists. As the pressure began to build, extremes of wealth and poverty in the interwar capital made living for the moment — even the hour — the order of the day in a city that was dynamic, desperate and drugged-up to the gills. Today, a cottage industry has grown up in Berlin to memorialise — and monetise — the fascination with the so-called Weimar era. There are Weimar concerts, exhibitions, parties and tours.
For nearly four decades, residents, tourists and celebrities came to the Brass Rail bar and Studio Six nightclub to enjoy a few drinks or dance the night away. It catered largely to the gay community, but many heterosexuals also took part in the club's entertainment. The Brass Rail got its liquor license in , one of the first issued in Atlantic City, Schultz said. Back then, you could buy a beer and a hot dog for a nickel. Schultz said he bought the place in , after working as executive director for the Flanders retirement hotel on St.
It would have been unthinkable 25 years ago for thousands of openly gay fans to cheer openly gay athletes at Yankee Stadium, for openly gay artists to perform to the acclaim of openly gay audiences at Carnegie Hall, or for the mainstream media to provide extensive and sympathetic coverage of it all. Today's march and the Gay Games and Cultural Festival are testimony to the legacy of the Stonewall rebellion of June 28, -- when a police assault on a Greenwich Village gay bar turned a small civil rights campaign into a mass liberation movement. But the enshrinement of Stonewall as the genesis of gay culture threatens to deny the richness and resiliency of gay and lesbian life before the late 60's and to obscure the long history of gay resistance that made the gay-rights movement possible. Pre-Stonewall lesbians and gay men are often held up as passive victims of social hatred who lived solitary lives in the "closet" that kept them vulnerable to anti-gay ideology.