Category Archive: events

LA to SF: Gays & Dolls in San Francisco

Next weekend, I’ll be in San Francisco. What’s Minty going to do on her vacation? Go to gay bars, of course.  I gotta celebrate Prop 8 being overturned! And well,  the Minty is … Continue reading

Sexy Singles Soiree at CASA!

The Vixen of Vixen’s LA Happy Hours and I are proud to announce our Summer Party, the third Sexy Singles Soiree at CASA! Sexy singles are invited to  join us on Saturday evening,… Continue reading

Favorite Summer Activities: Hollywood Bowl

One of my favorite summer activities is going to the Hollywood Bowl. Last week, I invited friends for an evening out. F for Food, mastermind of Dinner of 8, created us a gorgeous… Continue reading

Summer Tasting: LA Street Food Fest

Shawna Dawson and Sonia Rasula brought the first LA Street Food Fest together in February. I had a great time but in all honesty, I would have not attended the second event if… Continue reading

Cube’s Wine Classes at DTLA Pop-up

Back in April, I attended one of Cube’s wine education classes at their office also known as their Saturday Marketplace and Pop-up. They offer gardening classes as well as wine education quarterly. Bonus,… Continue reading

Sexy Singles Soiree- Summer Party!

The Vixen of Vixen’s LA Happy Hours and I are proud to announce our Summer Party, the third Sexy Singles Soiree! More details soon but consider this your save-the-date and invitation to join… Continue reading

Poutine at the Yard

I’m officially declaring the Yard as my favorite poutine in L.A. That’s because the gravy is made with house-made veal stock. I knew the Yard served up some nice Farmers’ Market driven cocktails… Continue reading

Romeo & Juliet: A Disco Drag Farce

Last night I attended a fun production of Romeo and Juliet. I am a lover of quirky shows and besides, I’m gay adjacent. I couldn’t  say no when my friend Paul Miailovich, the… Continue reading

Hatchi: Around the World with Walter Manzke

I remember the first time I went to a Hatchi event at Breadbar. It was last August for Roberto Cortez’s “Unfamiliar Conflict.” I remember thinking at the time it was an omen they… Continue reading

Crawl to Roosting: Chicken Crawl Down Lake

Sometimes things are just not meant to be. I’ve had the idea to crawl down Lake for chicken for a few months ever since I noticed the inordinate number of chicken joints. From… Continue reading