Chris of Hur presides over a menagerie of alternative drag performers at this monthly Williamsburg art party.
The Brooklyn Museum is free the first Saturday evening of each month, with special events including live music and dancing.
The band busts out trumpets, guitars and a keyboard every week for lively performances in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
A classic dance party in Chelsea takes revelers to church.
A hump-day dance party for the LGBTQ community.
This doggy costume contest certainly deserves a prize for the punniest name, but the festival also sounds really freakin’ fun, too. Go for the adorably...
The baddest gals in town (and a sprinkling of dudes) gather on Wednesdays for pop and hip-hop crowd-pleasers.
The gang behind long-running weekly Manhattan girl-centric throwdown Hot Rabbit jumps the river.
This packed multilevel party, the creation of nightlife queen Ladyfag, features resident spinner Michael Magnan, plus weekly guests.
DJ Nita Aviance and rotating guests lead fun-seeking ravers, club kids, muscle boys and fashion deviants on a midweek binge.
Synth-heads, post-punks and 80s addicts drink and move to the sounds of New Order, Severed Heads, the Human League and more.
DJ MH the Verb spins sick jams from the disco era through the '70s to the present.
For some reason, drag and bingo just work together, especially when a high-voltage queen like Linda Simpson is running the show.