Lori E. Seid… And How Was Your Day?

RIP- Taylor Mead; Underground Super Star / Downtown Legend

taylor-meadeThe beautiful Taylor Mead talking to Squid as he walked down E. 1st Street.

Taylor use to walk all thru the East Village feeding the ferrel cats while listening to his walkman.

RIP dear Taylor- Beloved Bohemian and Gentle Man

(Pre-Show) ICONS

Posted in Art, family, friends, Hero, Legendary, Life, Love, New York City, outlaws, Performance, queer, Royality, Theatre, World by Lori E. Seid on 20 January 2013

Kate B&D

Legends. Heroes. Artists. Family.

Friday Night Box’in…

Posted in Fashion, Lower East Side, New York City, outlaws, queer, street, women by Lori E. Seid on 12 January 2013

 

box

Ruff Rehearsal

Posted in Art, East Village, Legendary, Life, Lower East Side, New York City, outlaws, Performance, queer by Lori E. Seid on 9 January 2013

For The Man Who Cares

Posted in Art, family, friends, Legendary, Life, Lower East Side, New York City, outlaws, Performance, queer by Lori E. Seid on 6 January 2013

for the man

Peggy Shaw backstage at Dixon Place during rehearsals for Ruff

Don’t miss this one…it can actually save your life.

Day Without Art – December 1, 2012

Posted in Art, desire, freedom, human rights, Life, Love, outlaws, Politics, queer, Sad Reality, sexy, World by Lori E. Seid on 1 December 2012

Day Without Art

The Voluptuous GENIUS of Karen Black at Antony’s Meltdown

The absolutely phenomenal artist, Kembra Pfahler, and her Karen Black dancers’ backstage before and after the show of shows!

Diamanda Gal├ís at Antony’s Meltdown; Sublime Genius

Posted in Art, family, friends, girls, Legendary, outlaws, Performance, Royality, Tour, Travels, World by Lori E. Seid on 19 August 2012

Ron Athey and Charles Atlas…post Diamanda glow

after show Johanna Constantine and friend make a Diamanda sandwich of love

Birthday Goddess

Posted in celebrity, family, freedom, friends, Hero, Kindness, Legendary, Love, outlaws, Performance, queer, Royality, Tour, Travels, women, World by Lori E. Seid on 5 July 2012

PRIDE PAST- THE COCK

Posted in Art, desire, East Village, freedom, human rights, Life, Lower East Side, New York City, outlaws, queer by Lori E. Seid on 22 June 2012