This Week in Chelsea: September 30-October 6, 2019

This Week in Chelsea: September 30-October 6, 2019

Wednesday, October 2: Manhattan Community Board 4 Full Board Meeting | It’s a love letter to anyone who’s ever come across construction in their neighborhood and said, “But nobody told me about that.” CB4 meetings provide early warnings for things to come, as the board reviews and debates everything from rezoning to liquor license renewal requests. […]

Scenes from the London Terrace Street Fair

Scenes from the London Terrace Street Fair

The 27th Annual London Terrace Street Fair was a smashing success. Friends, neighbors, and visitors from around the world leisurely traversed the length of ‪West 24th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues in Manhattan, shopping for a few things to beautify the home, or just a memento of the day. There were vendors of arts, crafts, clothing […]

Oh Yeah: Josie Cotton is ‘Everything’—Then and Now

Oh Yeah: Josie Cotton is ‘Everything’—Then and Now

BY KEITH VALCOURT | Josie Cotton is back. Actually, she never really went away. Although she is best known for her 1980s hits Johnny Are You Queer? and He Could Be The One, Cotton has been creating music or decades. Yes, she was in the cult classic film Valley Girl, but she also released close […]

Willam Launches Drag-Centric ‘Coverboy’ Product Line, Lauds Lady Gaga, Ruminates on RuPaul

Willam Launches Drag-Centric ‘Coverboy’ Product Line, Lauds Lady Gaga, Ruminates on RuPaul

Self-described “Model/Actress/Mattress” (and recording artist) Willam had a number of credible credits before securing a place in pop culture’s drag pantheon, as the only contestant (thus far) to sashay away from RuPaul’s Drag Race via disqualification (2012’s Season 4). Before ever entering the Drag Race workroom, Willam portrayed transgender character Cherry Peck, on Nip/Tuck. Last […]

A Sensational Culinary Experience Awaits, at Lasagna Chelsea Restaurant

A Sensational Culinary Experience Awaits, at Lasagna Chelsea Restaurant

Lasagna Chelsea Restaurant has been open since 1993 and showcases chef and owner Adam Honig’s passion for Italian food. He is dedicated to perfecting traditional recipes, while also crafting new ones. The full bar sets the scene for weekly Happy Hour or post-work drinks. We recently added a DJ to our weekend International Brunch, 11am-4pm […]

They Have the Mettle to Preserve Tin Pan Alley

They Have the Mettle to Preserve Tin Pan Alley

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Tin Pan Alley is globally recognized as the birthplace of American popular music—and for decades, preservationists have sought its protection. Two upcoming events offer the public a chance to dive deep into Tin Pan Alley’s history, and become involved in the effort to see this site of significance remain intact. Part […]

This Week in Chelsea: September 23-29, 2019

This Week in Chelsea: September 23-29, 2019

Wednesday, September 25, 7pm: 10th Precinct Community Council | Let your community policing issues be heard, at this monthly meeting where Chelsea residents can hear the latest crime stats, ask questions, and get public safety tips. The meeting is normally helmed by the Precinct’s Commanding Officer, Capt. Kevin J. Coleman; the Council president is Larry […]

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