“Raunch” – Queer Art – Party – 01/20 – LA

FRIDAY, January 20, 2012
9p – 2a

Artwork: XAVIER GICQUEL

FAULTLINE BAR
4216 Melrose Avenue

CELEBRATING the release of
STARRFUCKER MAGAZINE
Queer Art Issue

ARTISTS INCLUDED: Gabe Ayala, HOMO RIOT, Carmine Santaniello,
Gabriel Gastelum, Manuel Acevedo, Trevor Wayne,
Jeremy Lucido, Fernando Carpaneda, Tom of Finland,
Fernando Reyes,  Rob Clarke, Nigel Kent,
Gorilla, Muscle Boy Matt and Xavier Gicquel.
MEET ARTISTS:  Michael Kirwan, Axel and Minoru AT RAUNCH.

Come break all those resolutions
you never had the intention of keeping.

Josh Sparber is on hand from NYC to serve as musical entertainment,
all while wearing a signature slutty tank.
And speaking of sluts,
Fade-Dra will berate you into alcoholism
while Marco Marco wearing gogos
will erase your last trace elements
of holiday affective disorder with happy endings,
for the right price.

RAUNCH BOOZE SPECIALS

HOSTED by FADE DRA PHEY 

CREATED by Jeremy Lucido and Gabe Ayala

only
FIVE BUX

 

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Obama Says So Long SOPA

Killing Controversial Internet Piracy Legislation

The growing anti-SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) support that has swept through the gaming and Internet community found a very big ally today. With websites like Reddit and Wikipedia and gaming organizations likeMajor League Gaming prepared for a blackout on January 18th – the same day that the House Judiciary Committee hearing on HR 3261was scheduled in Washington, DC – President Barack Obama has stepped in and said he would not support the bill.

Just like piracy itself, this debate isn’t over. Expect more bills to move forward, although the wording in future legislation is expected to be more narrowly focused in an attempt to appease the current administration. But given the current economic climate and the upcoming Presidential election, there could be a different administration entering The White House soon, changing the landscape for these types of bills.

Forbes

1/16/2012

 

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