Detroit Queer Culture: Detroit is known as a creative global leader. Queer innovators are at the forefront of the creative class. DJS, producers, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, etc. are part of a dynamic movement. We are here to engage members of this culture, support them and introduce them to…YOU. We hope that we can be a great resource for those that are a part of this revolution. Create. Expose. Discover. Grow. Live. Wink’s mission is to provide exposure for queer culture in and around Detroit. Wink will focus on the events, artists, music and people that are just beneath the surface, providing those with discerning taste a gateway to tastemakers! Enjoy!
The Metro Times’ Lee Devito did a great feature on the new niteclub Paris in this week’s issue. He discusses the new downtown Detroit venue with Adriel Thornton, managing partner of Paris. Check it out here: http://www.metrotimes.com/detroit/in-a-city-with-a-history-of-gay-bars-paris-aims-to-be-the-prettiest/Content?oid=2373535
Detroit’s LGBTQ community just got a major bump in their nightlife options. Paris, a new dance music venue, just opened in the heart of downtown Detroit. The area’s first LGBTQ niteclub in years opened with much fanfare on October 3. More than 500 people attended, creating a warm welcome from the community. The location provides […]
Friends of Detroit Film Theatre and the Ruth Ellis Center present Treasure: From Tragedy to TransJustice, Mapping A Detroit Story, a film by dream hampton. The program will include introductory information and an afterglow following the film. ‘Treasure’ is a feature documentary about 19 year old trans woman Shelly ‘Treasure’ Hilliard whose murder involved police coercion, […]
Fierce Hot Mess is set to host one of Detroit’s most respected DJs on Saturday, April 4th. K-HAND, founder of Acacia Records , is one of the most sought-after DJs globally. Her last performance, as closer of last year’s Dally In The Alley electronic stage, was epic and is still being talked about today. “Everything […]
Metro Times, Detroit’s alternative weekly newspaper, published a piece including a playlist from resident DJ Andrew Dall’Olmo (Gin&Tronic). Check out the piece here: FierceHotMess