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The Columbia Queer Alliance is hosting their final First Friday event in Lerner Party Space tonight, on the last Friday of the month. It features a Drag Pageant with Columbia students and Saharah Davenport from 9 to 11, followed by a party until 2. So if you’ve ever wanted to see CQA’s board in drag […]

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While you may have to invest in a pair of swimmies and a ski mask to get to the subway station, the lovelies at Inside New York have found some options for the more adventurous members of the Columbia community. Avant-garde or just sort of trippy? If weather conditions permit, The DUMBO Arts Center has proposed to […]

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The Monster Mash

How many drag queens did you see last night? If the answer wasn’t well over 3,000, then you weren’t at the Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village. The Avenue of the Americas was packed from Spring to 21st, not only with your traditional devils, witches and Teletubbies, but also Popes with blinking LED crosses, Transformers and […]

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