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This past week, our friends at GAY LIFE covered the Gayfestnyc Spring Gala.  They captured some great speeches including one from David Mixner, A true hero in our community.  

He reminds us, (especially the youngins!) of our journey from the 50’s. A time when most hid in the closet. Mixner tells the stories of horror faced by the GBLT Community in the past, like the fact over 4,000 needless lobotomies were performed on homosexuals.
He tells of the the strives we’ve made and  the people we have lost.  And what we need to do – every GBLT person, friend and parent needs to see this video!  also interviews the stars at the Center Dinner Gala, Angela Lanbury and Alan Cumming and  Awardee Broadway Producer, Tom Kirdahy plus  much more. So many great messages about being safe from HIV.

Don’t miss these awesome videos!

Thanks to GAY LIFE

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Gay Life has All The Hot Interviews!

from GayLife
is always out and about
with a camera and a micophone!

He gets to interview all of
the movers and shakers
around New York City!

Check out –
 New York Musical Theatre Festival- Interview with Chita Rivera – she says condoms are hot!!  And also one of the stars of the new Broadway show, The Scottsboro Boys


 An  interview with Wendy Williams  at the Fashion Forward Event for Gay Men’s Health Crisis

This is interviews from the GLAAD Art Auction featuring the hot star of Color Splash, David Bromstad  – plus Hot Actor Model/Jensen Atwood

 Part 2 Glad Art Auction featuring The Real Housewives of New York, Alex Mccord and Zill Zarin  and American Idol Finalist, Anwar Robinson– and from Logo’s The A LIST–Mike Ruiz

Gay Life  site is loaded with AIDS Health Resources and information –  and entertainment.
Check it out!

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Gay Life Does Robert Verdi and Dave August founder
Mike Cavnaugh
has been busy the last few  weeks! 

First he gets a candid chat with the hilarious star of Logo’s The Robert Verdi Show -Robert Verdi about his career, how he became a tv/fashion diva, and his work with charity. Check out the skinny on this amazing guy.  He talks about his love  for  jewelry design, and is a great conversationist. 


Next up
is hottie  DAVE  AUGUST!

 Dave shows off his lean muscled, hard physique and shamrock tattoo for underwear company DMK’s St Patrick’s Day shoot here.

As well as being super hot, Dave is a talented actor, currently appearing in New York’s off Broadway musical Naked Boys Singing.

Photographer Peter D Brown had fun creating these sexy shots with the charming green eyed Dave for DAMAGE.

Michael captured Dave  at Splash , as well as some other hotties, where they  recently were promoting the upcoming BROADWAY BARES show.   See some of the hottest boys of Broadway TAKE IT OFF!

Michael also got great interviews  with 

Annette Benning

Warren Beatty

Cheyenne Jackson
Peter Gallagher

Great celebrity videos from The Actors Fund Gala .  

Visit Gay Life   for  tons of great interviews PLUS lots of useful  HIV/AIDS information and resources that  give you quick links and information on getting assistance, free confidential testing and medical services regardless of your ability to pay.

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New Gay Video Interviews at Gay Life

 Michael Cavanaugh and his helpers
over at  GAY LIFE
have been busy videotaping
 lots of cool stuff! 

Jesse Archer Covers The
Night Of A Thousand Gowns to Benefit
Broadway Cares, Equity Fights AIDS!

Interview with Soap Star
Cameron Mathison!

PLUS, See the super hot boys strut their stuff on the runway at the Jeffrey Fashion Cares Fashion Show and Auction to benefit GBLT charities plus celebrity interviews!


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25th Year of the AIDS Walk in New York City May 16th, 2010

Since 1986, AIDS Walk New York has raised more than $105 million for HIV programs and services in the tri-state area, and has grown into the largest AIDS fundraising event in the world.

In 2009 alone, 45,000 participants, many of whom were members of 2,880 corporate and community teams, raised a record sum of over $5.6 million for Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) and 50 other local AIDS service organizations.

This year marks the 25th year of AIDS Walk New York, the east coast’s first and the world’s largest such event. On Sunday, May 16, 2010, an expected 45,000 walkers will gather in Central Park and embark on the 10k route. The event will raise vital funds  for GMHC and dozens of local AIDS service organizations in the tri-state area.


For more information, please call (212) 807-WALK (9255),

or visit

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Broadway Hottie of the Month Marty Thomas at Gay Life


is interviewed this week
at  Gay Life

You may have seen Marty on the Great White Way in “The Secret Garden”, “Wicked” or “Xanadu“, or in concerts all over the world.

Marty Thomas is a singer of remarkable ability who made his Billboard debut with “Resurrect Me (Lift Me Up)” on Westend Records in 2001. His dance tunes soar into the realm of the club anthem with Marty’s shining vocal delivery firmly at the helm.

Remixed by artists such as Tom Moulton, Hex Hector, Blaze and Julian Marsh, he was recognized with Grammy nominations and Billboard awarded the song, song of the year in the gospel/contemporary christian category.

He takes time out of busy schedule this month to chat with Michael Cavanaugh at Gay Life

Later this month, there’s a  special edition of “Scott Nevins‘ Curtain Call” with  Marty  over  at  Splash bar.  Monday, March 15th, 11:30pm, directly following the video madness of “Musical Mondays”, co-host Emily McNamara welcomes Marty Thomas back to town and back to “Curtain Call to serve up a full set of Broadway’s hottest tunes plus a few surprises!
Make sure to get there early to grab a seat to watch those legendary musical numbers on the big screens, and then sit tight as Marty  performs live in person!


Admission is free until 10pm, $5 after.
Must be 21 w/ id. Splash Bar
50 west 17th st (b/w 5th and 6th)

Friend  Marty on Facebook!

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Broadway Hottie of the Month Tyrick Wiltez Jones at Gay Life

Started by New Yorker Mike Cavnaugh just this past November, is a non-profit AIDS Health Resources website with Entertainment News and On The Town updates. It’s also dedicated to helping people getting around, get through and get over the system that hinders timely assistance for the newly diagnosed & people living with HIV/AIDS. And it’s dedicated to entertaining you, and keeping your spirits up where they should be.

“I was diagnosed about 2 years  ago and found the system difficult and cumberson,” explains Mike. “So I wanted to bring together all the  resources  someone would need, under one umbrella. And mix  in  entertainment and  video to provide a fun online experience.”

“It’s really a  one-man show right now!  But I am growing  and  volunteers are  helping.  Jesse Archer  is a great friend and he helps a  lot with many of the interviews. Our  hottie of the month  has been really popular and with the upcoming dance season  we are expanding to include  a  dancer of the month.  I have been talking with a chef who wants to start a healthy cooking  show  for  people  with  living with HIV.”

Last month Nick Adams , (who we can never get enough of, and will make up any reason to run a shirtless photo of him!) was featured on their site and this month we meet Tyrick Wiltez Jones from Finians Rainbow.  Later today an interview will get posted with the gay comedy writer/actor  Bruce Vilanch. 

DO THIS    — The most exciting events not to be missed

SEE THIS   — Arts /Theatre reviews, openings

GET HELP  — Resource pages give you quick links and information on getting assistance, free confidential testing and medical services regardless of your ability to pay.

Mike partnered with  5 New York City  resources to help people diagnosed with HIV. Everything from getting help with medicine and  housing  to food assistance is available.

GayLifeNYC is new, but growing at leaps and bounds. But they need help spreading the word and can always use volunteers.

Help us help others!  We are looking for dedicated people to help with marketing, filming, promotion, on-air talent, interns, lawyers any anyone else who just wants to make a difference.


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or  email  gaylifenyc @

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