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Digital Editions Get Out! GAY Magazine – Issue 472 By Get Out! Magazine - Oct 6, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter TAGSGet Out!MagazineWeekly SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articlePEPPERMINT – A Girl Like Me: Letters To My LoversNext articleA Simple Summer – A collection of essays from quarantine G...
Jennifer Lopez, Angelica Ross, Carmen Carrera, Isiah Thomas and GLAAD’s Sarah Kate Ellis Set to Appear at QueerX Live! TV Special
LGBTQ+ Icons & Rising Stars Awarded on National Coming Out Day
Los Angeles, September 30, 2020 – Jennifer Lopez, Angelica Ross, Carmen Carrera, Isaiah Thomas, and GLAAD’s Sarah Kate Ellis, are among the many influential advocates and artists to appear on Revry’s QueerX Live! awards show brought to you by Lexus on National Coming Out Day, October 11th. This star-studded show will include screenings of the category winners from QueerX’s film festival competition, along with special musical performances by VINCINT and ROB.B, the premiere of the new “Stoli Serves Pride” anthem by chart-topping recording artist Debby Holiday, and a striking performance by the HBO Max Legendary ballroom winners, House of Balmain!
With the theme “Rise Up”, QueerX Live! will also include political statements from social media influencers Blossom Brown and Amber’s Closet to bolster the LGBTQ community during this vital political season, and the presentation of the annual Revry Visibility Awards which honors public figures who have proven to be on the front lines of queer advocacy this year. In addition, the show will also screen on National Coming Out Day at a COVID-safe, drive-in screening event, QueerX @ the Drive-In–a pop-up Drive-In in Downtown Los Angeles benefiting the community-focused non-profit, DTLA Proud. Tickets Available Now at: www.queerx.com
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QueerX brings you to the intersection of music, film and industry. Inclusive of all identities, the festival pushes boundaries the same way our community does by fostering connection and empowering queer voices. Originally founded as Out Web Fest in 2016, QueerX is a one-of-a-kind festival designe
Last week, Mayor de Blasio announced that the outdoor dining season will be extended year-round and made permanent. See below for additional details on year-round outdoor dining, indoor dining (allowed beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, September 30), and more.
As always, if you have any questions please visit nyc.gov/reopeningbusinesses or call our hotline at (888) SBS-4NYC.
Details on Year-round Outdoor Dining
The City will allow restaurants to expand seating to the frontage of adjacent properties, as long as the adjacent property owners formally agree to the use of the space for a specified period of time and commit not to charge a fee for its use. The City will work with the State Liquor Authority on any requirements associated with extending alcohol service to the expanded seating in front of adjacent properties. In early October, the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) will issue a template agreement and provide instructions on how to file the agreements. Adjacent properties may not be used prior to the release of official instructions and formal agreements.
As cooler weather arrives, the City will allow restaurants to incorporate heating elements into their outdoor dining setups. Electrical heaters will be allowed on both sidewalk and roadway. Propane and natural gas heaters will be allowed on sidewalks only; they will remain prohibited in roadway seating. Propane will require a permit from FDNY and compliance with FDNY regulations for outdoor use, handling and secure outdoor tank storage overnight. Official guidance on what will be considered approved installation and use of heating elements will be released before the end of September, and restaurants are prohibited from installing heating elements until guidelines are released and followed.
Restaurants will also be permitted to use tent enclosures to keep diners warm. In partial tent enclosures, at least 50% of the tent’s side wall surface area must remain open and electrical heaters are allowed. In full tent enclosures, the tent’s side walls may be closed but occupancy limitations will be capped at 25% of capacity, and indoor dining guidelines must be followed; electrical heaters will also be allowed. Enclosed structures, such as plastic domes, will be allowed for individual parties and must have adequate ventilation to allow for air circulation.
As the program’s duration will now continue through the winter months, and winter weather creates potential for inclement weather to impact road conditions, the City will engage the restaurant industry and other stakeholders to develop additional safety features to further strengthen roadway barriers. To ensure timely implementation, the City will require restaurant owners to comply with new safety features by November 15, 2020. In addition, significant snow events may necessitate the temporary removal of some barriers from the roadway.
New York City will reopen in phases when the region has met all seven metrics outlined by the Governor's Office, as well as the three additional metrics outlined by the Mayor's Office.
ONE LIFE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO DJ ARON & TOMMER MIZRAHI FEAT BETH SACKS
ONE LIFE Official Music Video 2020 with Dj Aron and Beth Sacks ONE LIFE Original Song Produced by Dj Aron and Tommer Mizrahi, Lyrics by Bill Bouvier featurin...
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Promoter Jake Resnicow Is Giving $10,000 To LGBTQ Nightlife Workers Impacted by the Pandemic Shutdown - #GAYNRD
Thanks to the success of UTOPIA, we're proud to donate fifty $200 grants, totaling $10,000, to LGBTQ+ nightlife workers who have been affected by the pandemic.
Grants will be directed on a first-come first-serve basis to qualified applicants, including artists, entertainers, bartenders, servers, vendors and organizers of queer nightlife.
The application link is available within this article. Please share/forward to your friends and family that may be in need.
Now more than ever, we need to come together as a community to support each other. We will persevere. Click here https://arep.cc/APxTLuJdyK
There is no industry, save perhaps restaurants, that has been hit harder than LGBTQ+ bars, clubs, and destinations. Many will not survive the pandemic.
Happy birthday to my first baby, my self-titled debut! What a ride this has been! I’m so grateful for all of your love and support these past 25 years! We will be celebrating this big milestone next week and I’ll be sharing some of my favourite moments. Stay tuned...
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Interviews Dantès Alexander By Eileen Shapiro - Sep 9, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter “I Want to Rule My Own Corner of the Universe” Recording artist, actor and model Dantès Alexander has released a new CD. The HIV positive, non-binary pop/dance singer has already appeared on Showtime in Work In ...
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Rebel Without A Flaw By Get Out! Contributor - Aug 27, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter Brian Gibson Stars As The Young Hollywood Bad Boy of Adult Film “I love New York City,” ruminates Helix Studios’ brightest new star, Brian Gibson. “My first trip to the city was a few years ago when I was penn...
Addicted USA Gets the Party Started By Get Out! Contributor - Aug 27, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter …With Its Steamiest Club Gear Ever > By Connor Davenport Clubs doors may be closed, but that isn’t stopping Addicted from getting the party started. “No matter where we are–at the club, the beac...
Digital Editions Get Out! GAY Magazine – Issue 469 By Get Out! Magazine - Aug 26, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter TAGSGet Out!MagazineWeekly SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleLabor Day Weekend in UtopiaNext articleA Simple Summer – A collection of essays from quarantine Get Out! Magazinehttps:/...
NYC NEW COVID GUIDELINES
We must remain vigilant and continue to wear our face covering, practice social distancing, and get tested. You can find a testing location at nyc.gov/covidtest.
Yesterday, Mayor de Blasio signed an Executive Order requiring hotels and short-term rental companies with travelers from restricted states to fill out the NYS Traveler Health form before giving access to a room. This Order goes into effect on Friday, August 21st. There will be fines issued for non-compliance. New Yorkers are also encouraged to avoid COVID-19 hotspots. Details were shared in yesterday's Mayoral Press Availability and an FAQ is available here.
Regarding gyms reopening, Mayor de Blasio clarified today that the earliest that New York City gyms will reopen is September 2nd.
When gyms are able to reopen, conditions will include:
Gyms must be inspected by local authorities within two weeks of opening
Employees and patrons may only enter the facility if they wear an acceptable face covering, provided they are over the age of two and able to medically tolerate one
Capacity must be limited to 33% of the maximum occupancy for a particular area, inclusive of employees and patrons
We will update you with more information as it becomes available.
Updated information for Bars and Restaurants
NYC Health is beginning to conduct modified restaurant inspections in response to the health and safety concerns around the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Please see below for their guidance.
“We want to provide you with information on what an inspection will look like:
Inspectors will undertake a daily health screening and will only be working when feeling well. They will be wearing face coverings, washing hands or using hand sanitizer frequently and staying 6 feet from others, when possible. Our inspectors will expect your restaurant staff to follow these same measures. Review this inspection information sheet.
You will be notified about the timeframe of an upcoming inspection.
Inspections will be shorter, limited to checking for conditions most associated with foodborne illness, pest conditions, compliance with New York State COVID-19 requirements and smoking.
During most inspections, inspectors will educate only and not issue summonses or letter grades. There are two exceptions: (1) if hazardous conditions are observed and cannot be corrected before the end of the inspection, the restaurant may be closed as a temporary measure to protect public health; and (2) if restaurant staff interfere or obstruct the inspection process, the NYC Health Department may issue a summons or take further action.
The NYC Health Department is modifying its procedures in the short term to protect both inspectors and restaurant staff from COVID-19. We are aware of the hardships created by the COVID-19 public health emergency and the new mandates that restaurants need to implement to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Eliminating fines and educating restaurant staff about the new requirements will, hopefully, allow restaurants to operate successfully amidst these challenges.
During this interim period, we will be assessing our approach as we monitor the COVID-19 public health emergency in New York City. We will notify restaurants when we plan to resume normal inspections.”
COVID-19 is a severe respiratory syndrome and infectious disease. Its symptoms include but are not limited to fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell. However, not all people have symptoms when they have COVID-19.
The Power to Make Change By Get Out! Contributor - Aug 10, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter By Phil Bessimer The Fitness Community Sends Message to the LGBTQ Community: “Flex Your Vote” Joe Wachs Aaron Eight of America’s leading fitness photographers have joined forces on “Flex Your Vote,” a ne...
Have Cyndi Lauper (Virtually) Read Your Tarot Cards & Meet Her at an Upcoming Concert
For only a $10 donation in support of True Colors United, you could win a trip to meet Cyndi Lauper at her concert and have her read your Tarot cards on a video call.
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Gov. DeSantis suspends all Florida bars and nightclubs for 30 days
Gov. Ron DeSantis is suspending all bars and nightclubs in Florida for the next 30 days.
Out & About Mr. & Miss Gay New York America 2020 @ Cutting Room By WILSONMODELS - Mar 16, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter TAGSAWARDSGET OUT! AWARDSwilsonmodels SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleVitor Cavalcante – by Rick Stockwell @rickstockwellNext articleThe Finest Jade WILSONMODELSStudio & Eve...
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Coronavirus patient from Diamond Princess explains what the illness feels like
Carl Goldman shares what it's been like to be diagnosed with coronavirus while aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship and life in quarantine since.
Digital Editions Get Out! GAY Magazine – Issue 460 March 11, 2020 By Get Out! Magazine - Mar 9, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter TAGSGet Out!MagazineWeekly SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleShare Shortage on Fire Island PinesNext articleSean Allan Krill – Jagged Little Pill Get Out! Magazinehttp...
Interviews The 34th Annual Night of a Thousand Gowns By Eileen Shapiro - Mar 2, 2020 SHARE Facebook Twitter Photos by: Steven Menendez Michael Perez Emperor XXVIII Antonio T. Ventura, The Dedicated Dragon Emperor of Involvement, Innovation and Inclusion On Saturday, March 28, 2020, The Imperial Cour...
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Adam Castillejo endured a decade of grueling treatments and moments of despair to become only the second person to be cured of H.I.V. Now, he says, “I want to be an ambassador of hope.”
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