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All proceeds benefit the Joey Dipaolo Aids Foundation. Dina Martina’s Yule Log pm, , The Cutting Room, 19 W 24th St, 212-352-2101, Drag star/performance artist Dina Martina returns with a night of entertainment blending peculiar holiday music, stupefying comedy, outrageous gifts and bizarre performance.
The Nutcracker 6pm, –, New York City Ballet, New York State Theater, 20 Lincoln Center, 212-870-5570, Experience magical dancing and Tchaikovsky’s enchanting music in this New York holiday classic.
Trivia Night @ Beast 10pm-1am, , Beast Tapas Bar and Restaurant, Corner of Bergen & Vanderbilt Sts, Brooklyn, 718-399-6855 Flaunt your useless knowledge and win prizes at Beast’s trivia night! The Fourth Annual World Aids Day Concert pm, –0, Nokia Theatre, 1515 Broadway @ 44th St, Rags the musical!
Director Stafford Arima and producer Jamie Mc Gonnigal bring NYC this spectacular event.
My radio guest, Ken Page, LCSW, is a renowned psychotherapist, leading Psychology Today blogger, Huffington Post blogger and author of the bestseller Deeper Dating: How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy.
He has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Fox News, WPIX-TV News, , Christian Mingle, JDate and more.
I got a ton of help and the deepest thing I learned was that our deepest insecurities reveal our greatest gifts. Instead of hiding them, honor them and treasure them to let them light up. What’s it like to be in your skin, radiating the essence of who you are, full of your humanity, so much less afraid to be generous of your authenticity.
His work has been highly acclaimed by numerous top thought leaders, including Harville Hendrix and Helen La Kelly Hunt, Arielle Ford, Edward Hallowell, MD, Judith Orloff and Katherine Woodward Thomas. I met my partner who became my husband eight years ago. [Before we met,] I realized how many mistakes I was making. It will be more compassionate than how you ever talk to yourself. The messages you get from the dating experts and media that make you feel desperate, that you have to be irresistible, lose ten pounds?
The 7th Annual New Fest Winter Benefit –pm, general/ members, Sol, 609 W 29th Street (btw 11th & 12th Aves), Honoring John Cameron Mitchell, this benefit features a silent auction of unique items perfect for the holiday season. Take Time to Care Sylvia’s Place, Metropolitan Community Church, 446 W 36th St, 212-629-7440, Sylvia’s Place is collecting donations of clothing and toiletries for LGBT youth in need this holiday season. Tsunami: The Aftermath, Part One Part one of two of a moving two-part HBO miniseries starring Toni Collette, inspired by true accounts of the tsunami that devastated the coast of Thailand in 2004. Vita and Virginia 8pm, / students, Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce Street, 212-239-6200, Eileen Atkins' acclaimed play chronicles the remarkable friendship and intimate love affair between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. Opera pm, general/ students/seniors, Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 4th Ave, Brooklyn, 718-857-4816, A.
Las Buenas Amigas 2–7pm, , The Center, 718-596-0342 x44, Celebrating 20 years of serving the Latinas in our community. New York City Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Spectacular 8pm, –84, Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium, Perelman Stage, 57th St & 7th Ave, The NYCGMC returns to Carnegie Hall for their annual holiday concert.
Actor Nathan Lane presents and actress/comedienne Jackie Hoffman MCs. Mary Poppins 8pm, –0, New Amsterdam Theatre, 42nd St @ Broadway, 212-307-4747, com/theatre/marypoppins/ Everyone’s favorite nanny takes on the Big Apple in Disney’s new Broadway production.
Vittoria Repetto Reading/Open Mic 3–5pm, donation, Women’s Coffeehouse, The Center Italian-American lesbian poet Vittoria Repetto reads from her book, Not Just a Personal Ad.
I can see it.” When I found out my father was dying, we raced over to him, and we brought in a justice of the peace, wrote our vows, gathered in his room and got married in front of him as he passed away. Picture a future you, a you that knows how to treasure your tenderness, your goodness.