Category Archive: gay

Gays & Dolls: Guerilla Gay Bar Takeover

After hitting up West Hollywood, Los Feliz and San Francisco, the Gays & Dolls are going undercover! We’re hitting up some “straight” bars and taking over. Since the nature of this Gays &… Continue reading

Traveling Around Asia in LA, Part II

While the rest of the country expects it to actually be hot in the summer and cold in the winter, we frivolous Angelenos plan food crawls without considering the weather. This was exemplified… Continue reading

WeHo Noodles Crawl aka The Gaysian Crawl

UPDATE: Due to the weather, we’re only hitting up one spot. Join us at Unphogettable at noon for a sampling of WeHo’s newest pho spot.   My good buddy, The Food Woody (yes,… Continue reading

Ambrosia in Long Beach

People may list plenty of reasons to go to Ambrosia in Long Beach but I think the number one reason may be the $1.49 mimosas. These are available every day, all day! Woah!… Continue reading

Casita del Campo

There’s been a lot of buzz about Mexican fine dining options in L.A. Mostly the buzz started talks of where NOT to go and options to replicate a certain restaurant’s menu. I know… Continue reading

Castro: Poesia + Gays & Dolls in SF

After checking out the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building, we had a hard time deciding what to do about dinner. Carina’s friend Lauren was joining us for the Gays and Dolls crawl.… Continue reading

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

Hedwig Night in West LA: Sawtelle Kitchen & Cafe Dahab

Rainbow Carnage does a live midnight shadow cast of Hedwig and the Angry Inch twice a year. A couple of weeks ago, they did a show at the NuArt. I have lost count… 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

Celebrating LA Pride’s 40th Anniversary

Last night I attended Mayor John A. Heilman of West Hollywood’s reception for LA Pride at the London. It happened to be the 40th Anniversary for LA and the 25th for WeHo. In… Continue reading