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Celebrating Cyndi Lauper

Home For the Holidays- Cyndi Lauper & Friends

 December 4th at New York City’s Beacon Theatre

“Home for the Holidays” is a  to raise awareness (and money!) about (and for)  lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender homeless youths’

The evening will feature music from Cyndi Lauper as well as special appearances by:  Norah Jones, Amy Lee, Cassandra Wilson, Wanda Sykes, Jon Secada, Carson Kressley, Chely Wright, Skylar Grey, Vanessa Carlton, Angelique Kidjo, Harvey Fierstein,,  Alan Cumming, Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed!!!!

“When I first learned that up to 40 percent of all homeless youth in this country identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender I was shocked and saddened; for far too long homeless youth have not received the attention, resources and funding necessary to bring an end to this epidemic. My hope is that through this inspiring evening of music and comedy we can raise awareness and much needed funds to help these young people.”

-Cyndi Lauper, Co Founder of The True Color Fund

We are almost sold out, but some tickets have just been released……

Please Come HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS  and BUY A TICKET 

supporting The True Color Fund

And trust me, this show will be fuckin’ amazing!

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Dedicated to The Homeless (*spelling doesn’t count!)

Posted in Criminal, human rights, Kindness, New York City, Outrageous, Politics, Truth by Lori E. Seid on 29 November 2011

Without public knowledge or debate the Bloomberg Admin passed a policy that makes people seeking a bed at city homeless shelters have to prove they have no other options. MUST SHOW PROOF.

The City Council is voting today on whether they should sue Bloomberg on this policy. Even whimpy (but I’m running for Mayor soon) Christine (but I’m against OWS) Quinn who is talkin’ smack to the press against her buddy The Mayor.

I vote they take Bloomberg’s wallet & phone away & let him live on the street for 24 hours. Lets’ hear his policy then.

* the sign should read: DOWN WITH FASCIST BLOOMBERG

Toby

Posted in critters, East Village, friends by Lori E. Seid on 28 November 2011

Leftovers From Above

Posted in East Village, god, Tompkins Square Park by Lori E. Seid on 25 November 2011

Happy Thanksgiving 2011

Posted in family, friends, Holiday, Life, Love, Squid by Lori E. Seid on 24 November 2011

HAPPY.

THANK YOU.

xx Lori & Squid

Knight of Illumination – Charles Atlas

Posted in Art, celebrity, dance, family, friends, Legendary, New York City, Performance, queer by Lori E. Seid on 23 November 2011

“The Knight of the Illumination”  go to recipients showing professionalism & integrity of Lighting Design;

The sword is a symbol rich in meaning in all cultural traditions.
It represents power as a beneficial force, purity and nobility of purpose.
It is a mark of virtue, skill, justice, dignity and faith….

…until you get it home to your homosexual luvah

It’s Christmas in Midtown, NYC, USA

Posted in desire, family, Holiday, New York City, USofA by Lori E. Seid on 22 November 2011

a stolen family xmas moment

i actually loved that there was a bank in the background because apparently we, americans, have skipped thanksgiving this year as it just does not generate enough money,  so go directly to shopping, do not collect real family memories….

NY1 visits Lower East Side Girl’s Club!

Posted in Art, celebrity, family, freedom, friends, Garden, girls, Kindness, Lower East Side, women by Lori E. Seid on 21 November 2011

DJ/MC Renee tells Roger Clark how the Girl’s Club saved her life and so many others!

Girl’s Club founder & executive director, Lyn Pentecost, shows NY1’s Roger Clark the girl’s art work in the 1st Street Garden

The Lower East Side Girl’s Club – Get Involved! -Donate!- Support!

THEY ROCK & GIVE HOPE FOR A FUTURE!!!!

Memories with Joan Crawford at The Bristal

Posted in family, Life, Sad Reality, Truth, women by Lori E. Seid on 20 November 2011

Watching Torch Song, all the women sang full voice and whole heartedly along with Joan;

The evening breeze caressed the trees tenderly
The trembling trees embraced the breeze tenderly
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost in a sigh were we
The shore was kissed by sea and mist tenderly
I can’t forget how two hearts met breathlessly
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside
You took my lips, you took my love so tenderly

Afterwards this woman turned to me & my Mom saying; I always hated that bitch, but I love that song…

A Lady Always Has Her Nails’ Done For Special Occasions, even #OWS#

Posted in Fashion, freedom, human rights, New York City, Politics, Truth, USofA, women, World by Lori E. Seid on 19 November 2011

(click on photo to make it bigger & see the perfection of her lime green nails)