Time Out New York Was There

Time Out New York Was There

Check out a write-up and slide gallery of Desilicious Vamp It Up in Time Out New York Online and find out why they consider Desilicious to be “one of the city’s best dance parties”.

Posted: October 20th, 2009

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Chitra Ganesh at PS1 MOMA

Chitra Ganesh at PS1 MOMA

Our favorite Brooklyn-born desi female artist, Chitra Ganesh, will be showcasing her newest installation at PS1 MOMA this Sunday, October 25th from 12-6, to coincide with the museum’s fall opening. The piece is called “Silhouette Returns” and just from the image in Time Out New York, it looks amazing. Chitra’s talents have been recognized globally and was named by Vogue India last winter as one of the 10 artists to

Posted: October 20th, 2009

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Blast from the Past

Blast from the Past

We invite you to view a video that was shot at our infamous Bye Bye Bush Bash from 2004 at Pepper in Tribeca. It was such a fun and exciting time to be in NYC, with the GOP invasion of our fair city for their 2004 Republican Convention. To kick off the protests that weekend, we held our first Desilicious Bye Bye Bush Bash, where a portion of the proceeds

Posted: October 19th, 2009

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Desilicious Debut at Rebel

Desilicious Debut at Rebel

We’re all still recovering from all of the Diwali sweets and treats and the insanely fun “Desilicious Vamp It Up” party from this past Friday night! It was an exciting night for two reasons: it was our first party in two months (since we skipped the month of September) and it was the debut of Desilicious at Rebel. Some of you old-timers may remember when we teamed up with GLAS

Posted: October 19th, 2009

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Rally Against Hate in Queens on Oct. 17th

I just received an email in my inbox from Danny Dromm of the Queens City Council and his help needed in rallying folks to attend the March and Rally Against Hate Crime in College Point, Queens. Many of you may have heard about the vicious beating of Jack Price, an openly gay long-time Queens resident in front of a convenience store last Friday. The entire incident was caught on videotape

Posted: October 15th, 2009

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The Best of Couture Week

The Best of Couture Week

The internets have been all abuzz with Couture Week, which is coming to a close in Bombay. We’ve been reading about the stir caused by Suzanne Khan blowing a kiss to her hubby Hrithik from the catwalk, Sridevi on the runway looking very uncomfortable in a tight-fitting Hervé Léger dress (but stunning later on in a Manish Malhotra sari) and the boycott of Couture Week by designer duo Abu Jani-Sandeep

Posted: October 15th, 2009

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The Big Gay March in DC

The Big Gay March in DC

We were unable to make the big march this past weekend in DC, but have been living vicariously through the tweets and FB postings from those that attended. Our best recap to date is from Out Magazine’s Tim Murphy and his piece, “The 10 Things I Learned at the Big Gay March”. And, I could completely relate to his fashion commentary on DC queers, having spent two years in a

Posted: October 14th, 2009

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The Bisexual Brainiac – according to Bollywood

The Bisexual Brainiac – according to Bollywood

Thanks to After Ellen for the heads up on the new queer desi subplot to come out of Bollywood, in the movie “3 Nights 4 Days”. The movie is set at a college reunion in Goa with Madhuri Bhattacharya as Zoha, who is disowned by her “affluent Hyderabadi Muslim family” due to her “bisexuality”. Regardless, she leads a successful life as a fashion designer and has a long-time crush on

Posted: October 9th, 2009

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