Peter Mac as Judy Garland Throws Down Halloween Gauntlet with October 1 Show

Peter Mac as Judy Garland Throws Down Halloween Gauntlet with October 1 Show

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Superachiever Judy Garland isn’t wasting one second of precious, pumpkin spice-infused time when the final day of September gives way to a month-long celebration of ghosts, ghouls, goblins, and things that go bump in the night. And in honor of that, the woman who once singlehandedly killed a wicked witch by […]

Strawberry Fields for Sunday, as All-Singing Drag Brunch Comes to Chelsea

Strawberry Fields for Sunday, as All-Singing Drag Brunch Comes to Chelsea

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Drag and lip synching go together like drag and brunch, or brunch and booze–and although live signing is making some serious inroads as an arrow in the savvy queen’s well-packed quiver, not every drag performer born to entertain can belt one out at will and in tune. That takes a very […]

Botanically Inspired Moxy Chelsea’s Soaring Spaces Embrace Sun, Air, Sharable Pleasures

Botanically Inspired Moxy Chelsea’s Soaring Spaces Embrace Sun, Air, Sharable Pleasures

NYC Hotel Week is in play through the middle of the month. Book accommodations at 22 percent off standard retail rates, at more than 110 hotels across all five boroughs. Locally, one of the standout participants is Moxy Chelsea, (105 W. 28th St. at Sixth Ave.), the visually dynamic food, lodging, and lounging space that lets […]

Chelsea Table + Stage = A Unique New Neighborhood Venue

Chelsea Table + Stage = A Unique New Neighborhood Venue

New to the neighborhood and creating a buzz because of quite a few things other than just their killer cocktails, the two-in-one venue Chelsea Table + Stage (152 W. 26th St.) is as serious about its menu as it is its roster of performers–all brought to you in a COVID precaution-compliant atmosphere whose intelligent design sacrifices […]

Journey on Deck, for Tarot Readers and Receivers

Journey on Deck, for Tarot Readers and Receivers

  BY CHARLES BATTERSBY | As Halloween approaches, the mystical becomes a mere entertainment for the month of October. Arcane secrets are explored as a seasonal craze, then abandoned as thoughts of turkeys, Black Friday deals, and New Year’s debauchery swoop in. A ubiquitous appearance at Halloween events are tarot card readers. While noticeably more […]

Local Merchants Shine, in GVCCC’s ‘It’s Time for Chelsea’ Campaign

Local Merchants Shine, in GVCCC’s ‘It’s Time for Chelsea’ Campaign

Chelsea Community News is proud of our content partner, the Greenwich Village – Chelsea Chamber of Commerce (GVCCC), for their tireless dedication to small businesses, old and new alike. As we emerge from the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic era, campaigns like the one you’re about to read about are more important than ever, in […]

Scarlet Envy Serves Red-Hot Songs and Sass, when ALLSTAR Livestreams from Caveat

Scarlet Envy Serves Red-Hot Songs and Sass, when ALLSTAR Livestreams from Caveat

Scarlet Envy—the Louisville, KY native, favorite daughter of NYC, and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars Season 6 contestant (whose exit left us feeling very “uncomfortable” with the show’s host)—offers Gothamites an intimate performance made accessible to worldwide audiences, when she brings her solo show ALLSTAR to the comfy confines of Lower East Side venue Caveat. Last seen […]

‘Key to NYC’ Unlocked: What You Need to Know About Accessing NYC’s Indoor Spaces

‘Key to NYC’ Unlocked: What You Need to Know About Accessing NYC’s Indoor Spaces

Note: The below info is from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. To visit the page from which content was taken, click here.  For Frequently Asked Questions (including what public/private venues/spaces are exempt), click here. Key to NYC is a policy that went into effect on August 17, 2021. Enforcement will begin on […]

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