DRAMA is the multicultural collaboration between producer Na’el Shehade’s chic Chicago house-infused production style, and vocalist Via Rosa whose soulful delivery is inspired by the improvisational nature of jazz and playful patterns of hip-hop and bossa nova. The duo play to the complementary dynamics of their unlikely pairing by blurring the lines between R&B and dance-pop, heartbreak and bliss.
Lady Like, A Retro Modern Burlesque Show, takes on the “traditional woman’s role” from the 1950s to the 1960s with an edgy twist. The new show opened with a limited engagement preview on the Las Vegas Strip in June before announcing an impending venue change (yet to be announced).
LGBTQ+ families are an indisputable and vital part of communities across the United States. In fact, recent data from the Family Equality Council suggests that as many as 3.7 million children are raised by LGBTQ+ parents and decades of research shows that children with LGBTQ+ parents grow up as happy, healthy and well-adjusted as their peers.
LGBTQ representation in sports and media is at an all time high. As more athletes, coaches and fans continue to break the stigma and come OUT, we continue to see ourselves represented in the places where we have always existed. We are visible in locker rooms, on sidelines and in starting lineups.
House ballroom has long been the scene where legends rise in the LGBTQ+ community. While the concept dates back centuries, ballroom culture as we know it thrives on the foundation of the Harlem ballroom scene in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
What’s two stories, 10,000 SF and the hot new nightclub from Corner Bar Management in downtown Las Vegas? If you guessed the spectacular indoor/outdoor art-centric confines of We All Scream, you clearly have your finger on the pulse of all things fabulous Las Vegas.
Letter from the Editor By Joslyn Hatfield Welcome to the Stonewall Issue of Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine! We are excited to celebrate PRIDE Month with you like only Las Vegas can and we are thrilled to present PRIDE Month programming to complement our annual parade and festival held in October.In this [...]
What makes a great Pride event? A grand parade, big entertainment, fun events, and activities? A social cause to support and advance? Who would a Pride ask for help or advice? While on the surface, a Pride event seems like any other festival or parade, there is nothing quite like Pride!
On March 26th, 1977, a group of gay and lesbian activists met with members of the Carter administration in a historic first. President Carter’s Assistant Margaret “Midge” Costanza coordinated the meeting with representatives from the then National Gay Task Force (NGTF) to hear their grievances about discriminatory federal policies.
Welcome to the Spring issue of Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine! We are thrilled to explore some of the hottest acts in town (both on and off the Strip). From the incomparable Miss Behave to the sizzling women of FANTASY and the smoldering men of Chippendales, we are checking out the best in entertainment in Las Vegas.