Volume 22/Issue 7/2004



Spring Fever 2004 All Star Drag Show Extraordinaire saluting Easter Grand Marshals V Brett Messmer (l) and Princesse Stephaney (r), was hosted by EGM IV Electra City and partner Tittie Toulouse of Queen Fashions (c), at 4 Seasons in Metairie. The event raised $1,850 for the 5th Official New Orleans Gay Easter Parade on Apr. 11, benefiting Food For Friends.


Photographer Larry Graham joins Golden Lantern's Marcy Marcell for the club's Friday Blue Plate Special served during Happy Hour. Graham will be featured at the Lantern on Thurs., Apr. 1, 7pm, when he opens his, The Nude Exhibit, which will run through April.



Cavalier Motorcycle Club members and friends at Casino Magic in Bay St. Louis following the Blessing of the Bikes at Armstrong Park in New Orleans. From left: Michael D., Darryl, Michael W., David, Michael H., Doug, Jeff, Poncho and Brian.


Tim Naquin, from down the Bayou, won the 1st annual Mr. Prime Beef Contest for competitors 40 years and older at the Phoenix in New Orleans.


This whole Pensacola family, Angie, Mahara and Stetson, came in for Drag Bingo at Oz in New Orleans. Angie is one of the celebs you'll see working during the giant Memorial Weekend bash in Pensacola.


The Krewe of Petronius got things rolling with the election of the krewe's 2004-05 officers including Secretary Tom Schoonberg, Spring Lt./Vice President Toni Pizanie, Treasurer Craig Schexnayder, President Wally McLaughlin, and Captain JoJo Marrione. Petronius' 44th Rush Party is coming up on Sun., Apr. 18, 2-4pm at Chet's Pub.


Crescent City Outlaws' Secretary Rich, Brian, Dale, Jess, President Kevin and Rex hosted the club's annual Spring Fling and Best Chest Contest at Cowpokes in New Orleans.


Carl Meyer did his first St. Joseph's Altar for the patrons of his Coffee, Friends and in New Orleans. His St. Joseph's Altar had some of the prettiest breads in the city, and if you were able to steal a lucky lemon, you are sure to be wed before the next St. Joseph's Day!


The French Quarter's newest clothing source, Dress To Kill, opened it's doors at 215 Dauphine St. in New Orleans. The store features contemporary men and women's fashions which would make excellent choices for club wear at the late night hot spots in the city.


Dress To Kill also boasts loads of designer accessories including campy hand bags and even a couple of exclusive Timmy Woods hand bags. The store is open 10am-9pm daily.


Golden Lantern's Jim and Godfrey flank Earl during the Super Star Studded Gay Easter Parade Extravaganza raising $1,515 for the Gay Easter Parade benefiting Food For Friends at Body & Soul in New Orleans.

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