Gay Travel: Art of Motion Picture Design Exhibit in Los Angeles Thru April 28th

Author: , February 18th, 2012

Art of Motion Picture Costume DesignThe Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (known as FIDM), opened their annual exhibit (its 20th!) featuring the best costumes from the films of the previous year.

For those who are both cinephiles and style addicts, this is the perfect intersection of film and fashion to prep you for the rapidly approaching Academy Awards. Get up close with some of the best apparel to grace the silver screen during 2011.

Included are the flirty flapper costumes from The Artist (above), the Elizabethan garb from the Shakespeare thriller Anonymous, the Victorian flavored numbers from Jane Eyre, and the glamorous creations that were made for Wallis Simpson in Madonna’s W.E.

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Carlos Melia learns Tango at El Querandi Tangueria

Author: , January 13th, 2012

Carlos Melia learns Tango at El Querandi Tangueria  |  Buenos Aires, Argentina  |  Aside from being my favorite tangueria (aka. Tango House) in Buenos Aires, today, once the show was over, I took my own private lesson of Tango with one of the leading dancer of the prestigious El Querandi Tango Show. I know I know… Argentinean, Porteño and I do not have a clue on how to dance Tango, shame on me. Well that is why El Querandi Tango has came to my rescue to give me the basic steps of my native dance. > Check the Full Post and more at www.carlosmeliablog.com

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New Elton John Show Running in Vegas

Author: , October 15th, 2011

Elton John in Las VegasWorld-renowned singer and gay-icon Elton John is no stranger to Las Vegas. And for the next three years, John will be in residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

The new show, “The Million Dollar Piano,” is currently running through Oct. 23, and additional dates will be announced soon. At the centerpiece of John’s performance is the show’s namesake piano, an engineering marvel featuring more than 68 LED video screens created by Yamaha.

In April 2009, John completed a highly successful five-year residency at Caesars Palace with the critically acclaimed “The Red Piano.” Originally booked for 75 shows over the course of a three-year run, audience demand for “The Red Piano” was so overwhelming the engagement was extended for a total of 241 shows over a five-year period.

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