Thursday, May 12, 2016


It seems the Spring social season is really getting in full swing now! Recently I've received three different emails about two readers and friends of another reader coming to our fair hamlet and were wondering what will be going on. PLEANTY! So, if anyone else reading will be out and about from out of town or locally, here is a brief list of some sure hits, till the end of May.


The Raven Art Hotel is here! Join us at the opening party TOMORROW NIGHT Thursday, May 12th from 7-9pm and come see what they've built! Six art-filled guest suites with en suite bathrooms and juliet balconies. A sun-drenched breakfast room. An inviting living room with a cozy fireplace. A perfect country kitchen. Wonderful boudoirs! A communal backyard with a fire pit and movie screen. The new owners have done a phenomenal job with renovations and upgrades, all the while keeping the legendary integrity of this, our favorite spot in town. Rooms available beginning Friday, May 13th. They are taking reservations now for Pride and Memorial Day weekends at 215.862.2081 or online at
At The RRazz Room at the Raven, this Saturday night Sally Kellerman, the Oscar-nominated “Hot Lips” Houlihan of the original Robert Altman film "M*A*S*H," will bring her acclaimed show, "A Little Jazz, a Little Blues, a Little Rock and Roll". One performance only! The show is a celebration of her 40-year cabaret career, from early years at Reno Sweeney in Greenwich Village up to recent performances in New York, L.A.,San Francisco and London. Click here for tickets
The one and only Miss Martini Madness celebrates her drag birthday this Monday night at 9pm! Get ready for a hilarious all-star lineup full of singing, dancing and surprises. Sponsored by Smirnoff
FACT( Fighting Aids Continuously Together) Bucks County’s themed BINGO has been a community event and favorite for over 17 years. The quarterly BINGO’s are almost always a sold out event.  Participants “dress for the event” too.  So feel free to be creative or just be yourself and enjoy the sky high wigs, hilarity, and the crowd! Your  $20 entry fee gets you everything you need for a fun-filled night. Our local “girls” will certainly entertain you and Miss Pumpkin calls the number with much enthusiasm and humor.  Your entry fee includes dinner also from one of our generous local sponsor restaurants!  You can also opt to participate in special BINGO calls for a little bit extra throughout the night.  Doors open at 6:00 at the New Hope Eagle Fire Hall and we begin BINGO at around 7:00 pm and it usually concludes around 9:30 pm.  FACT offers a full cash bar, but of course!
If food is your thing...then this is the event for you! The courtyard truly is stunning.
clockwise from L-R, Danny, Coco de Mer, Carol Ann,the Mistress Borghese, Miriam Webster, Madison Avenue, Sofonda Cocks, Miss Playdoe, Rose Gardens
The Queens of New Hope
Kicking-off Pride Weekend there will be a meet and greet cock-a-tail reception at The Brasserie, where us queen will mingle, stunt,and profile the room, and a extraordinary portrait, of the above photo op we did for the flyers and program will be revealed by local artist Dot Bunn!!! Come and have a few with everyone... Pride Friday from 6-8pm. Cocktails by Tito's Vodka. Although I'm told I can expect gin!
The Big Day!!!! Come on out and join us! Take a break from the festival in the many artisans shops, pubs, bars, lounges and eateries. Trust won't go thirsty.
Need I say more.....A MUST!
Ladies 2000 Pride T-Dance
Time: 3:00pm
Place: Havana on South Main Street
New Hope, Pa. I hear they get very rowdy!!!
The Raven's pool is opening Memorial Day Weekend! I'm told to expect all-new chaise lounges, an updated poolside menu, drag spectacles, and now live guest DJs on the weekends! Their also working on WiFi by the pool so you can work...and play hookie! The pool, cabana, cabana boys and bartender are legendary in these parts. This is a must in Bucks County.
Meanwhile in Doylestown at the Michener Museum....
Philadelphia in Style celebrates this sartorial legacy with a stunning display of dresses, wedding gowns, couture, shoes, hats and other items spanning a century of high fashion. The exhibition will highlight fashion designers and retailers that influenced fashion choices throughout and beyond the mid-Atlantic region, including designers Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Dior, Callot Soeurs, Halston, and Elsa Schiaparelli, as well as retailers Nan Duskin, John Wanamaker’s, and Strawbridge & Clothier. Many prominent Philadelphia women were named to best-dressed lists over the years, causing famed Philadelphia retailer Nan Duskin Lincoln to remark: “There is indeed a Philadelphia Look, and it is one of consummate good taste, elegant and understated, the rare sort of elegance that is sensed immediately as well as seen.”  I already have tickets to go see this exhibit...I will be doing a post once I go.... 

If anyone needs further info, or other things to do or see in the area, feel free to send an email to I can also, with advance warning be a tour guide for an ass grab or cock-a-tail!!!!


  1. Looks like a lot of fun! Oooo and just look at your half-nekkid self there among the Queens of New Hope! Great glam photo!

  2. I knew you'd be going to the exhibit even before I read you had your tickets! Everything looks like so much fun! Who would have guessed that a corner of PA would be so much more progressive than Sin City.
    Might I add, the Raven pool looks so inviting that I would love to visit and lounge around with cabana boys seeing to all my needs, floating in the pool... But, is it clothing optional for us constant nudists??

  3. I don't think my big city has nearly half those fun events in one weekend. I'm jealous!

  4. Enjoy, celebrate and have a grand time!

  5. You need a ticket system Mistress

  6. I said it once, I'll say it again, New Hope and the river towns are amazing. William and I have been to the Michener for Philadelphia'll love it!!! And don't you look absolutely SMASHING! We be interested in that.

  7. You queen look amazing!!!!!! DAMN AND YOU! I urge anyone to contact the Mistress. When I went I got alot of bang for my buck😄😄😄

    1. Just how much bang does a buck get you?

    2. You'd be amazed how far $5 goes here

  8. Wow! What a way to celebrate pride! I have always loved Sally Kellerman in her cabaret acts. She actually had a wonderful voice. And you! How glamorous! I can see the Marlene. Dietrich influence! Great photo!

  9. I'm very excited about finally leaving this town and coming to see your neck of the woods and having dinner. This post has definitely wet my appetite. And btw, you all look freakin amazing!

  10. I agree with RJ, my big city doesn't even offer this much wide variety of things and events to indulge in. The bingo and your meet and greet sound wonderful. Will they be greeting your meat?

  11. oh be still my heart; you make a better looking woman than I do! go and have ooooodles of fun!

  12. I could spend all month out there!!!! I think me and some of my peeps will be coming out for the pride festivities. And that group photo is wonderful! We have seen it on the bar rags here.

  13. The Art Hotel looks amazing! I have heard great things about New Hope. I saw a article last year in a mag it was in the top 15 most charming towns. You and the girls look FAB-U-LOUS!!!!

  14. So much to do, my head is spinning. For now I'll observe from out west. I am sure you will keep me updated with the absolute best highlights. Great photo!

  15. This is going on the bucket list for next year! That little town we hear about does more than Pittsburgh!

  16. I would love to stay at the Art Hotel when I come there....sounds like a great concept. What a weeks of offering. Something for everyone. And look at you holding court!!!!!


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