cameronscheetz

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Los Angeles, California
Joined Jul 2023

    Obviously a fascinating (and eerie) corner of LA history, but also home of Cinespia, the outdoor film screening series that usually plays some cult faves. A great alternative to a night at the bars (though food/alcohol is avail—and you can BYOB) with amazing people, fun photo ops, and usually some other fun surprises. A signature "summer in LA" event!


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    cameronscheetz reviewed Rich's
    7 months ago

    Rich's has a long history in San Diego, and your mileage may vary on any given night/event/party, but for my money, STUNT on Sunday nights is one of the more incredible queer bar nights you'll find here or anywhere, combining drag and ballroom and incredible music in an electrifying and welcoming environment.


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    cameronscheetz reviewed Black's Beach
    7 months ago

    Honestly, it's a real trek to get to, but it's always worth it. Yes, it's a nude beach, but the long (gorgeous) stretch of sand offers plenty of space, a sort of "choose your own adventure" experience where you can be as free as you feel comfortable.


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    cameronscheetz reviewed Eagle LA
    7 months ago

    Your best bet for a gay night out on the east side, and a great antidote to the "WeHo" if it all. It can sometimes feel a little more rough around the edges—for lack of a better way to put it— but the vibes are super friendly, and there simply isn't a better option in town if you want a private outdoor space to hang at.


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    cameronscheetz reviewed Heart Weho
    7 months ago

    This place is designed for the drag show of your dreams. With an elevated stage—and an extended catwalk, perfect for stunts—and an incredible lighting and sound system, it's hard to find a better place to spot all the biggest names in drag. The only downside is that it can get ridiculously crowded and, when it's like that, becomes hard to move around in.