Hootchy Kootchy Club presents:
BABES BEHIND BARS. A lesbian bondage-pulp-o-rama in prison
Hootchy Kootchy Club is Stockholms first, finest and longest running variety and burlesque club. Since the start in 2006 the club has built a remarkable reputation in the burlesque community around the world. Always edgy in a Neo-Burlesque way the Hootchy Kootchy variety shows pushes the boundaries for taste, norms and taboos. Always with lots of love and a great sense of humor.
Exclusive and fantasy thrilling themes for each night and a highly spectacular crowd are two of the ingredients for this special world beyond reality. Saturday March 5 goes under the name Babes Behind Bars – A Lesbian Bondage-Pulp-o-Rama in Prison.
You will want to shop nonstop in Stockholm, where distinctive design and quality craftmanship capture the Swedish culture, Remarkable finds will make you or someone else VERY happy!
Vacation shopping in Stockholm goes well beyond the Swedish flag printed t-shirt or a keychain from a souvenir shop. To find special gifts that are uniquely Swedish try these great places to shop.
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Tonight the third semifinal of Melodifestivalen 2011 takes place. We will see eight performances on the Melodifestivalen stage battling it out for the chance to qualify to the final at Globen, in Stockholm. The winner will represent Sweden at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest in Dusseldorf, Germany.
One of the artists performing tonight is Simon Forsmark, the winner Mr Gay Sweden 2010. Read more about Melodifestivalen 2011 at escdaily.com>>
The winners of the third semifinal are Eric Saade with the song Popular and The Playtones with the song The King.
Join Tom and Josh from Passport Magazine
as they explore Stockholm and discover some of the popular gay restaurants, cafes, shops, bars and more in the gay friendly capital of Sweden.
Places mentioned in the film:
– Cozy little café at idyllic Stortorget Square, not far from the Royal Palace in the medieval Old Town.
– These blocks are packed with interesting, cool and creative shops specializing in clothing, design, jewelry, knickknacks, vintage and second-hand, houseware, books and magazines, music and also scores of restaurants, bars, cafés and galleries.The atmosphere is laid-back, yet highly aware.
– Charming, personal mix of clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, vintage items, design, and knickknacks. Lots of Swedish brands. Frequent DJs and live music.
– Colorful, festive vintage clothes in a delightful mix of inexpensive and not so inexpensive.
– A popular new restaurant, bar, deli and store in the heart of style-conscious SoFo. They serve most of the day’s meals here. The menu is varied and the dishes are well prepared.
- At this boutique hotel you can enjoy the best of two worlds: lavish interiors and the cordial, dedicated service. Berns is also a gorgeous entertainment mecca in well-preserved art nouveau style from the 1860s, boasting a vast dining room and numerous bars, cafés and alfresco areas in summer.
– One of Stockholm’s most popular gay restaurants. Queen of the Old Town scene.
– Stockholm’s hot spot for the gay crowd! Nightclub with three dancefloors and four bars, entrance from Lästmakargatan 8.
Happy Valentine’s Day! If you’re in Stockholm today I recommend you to spend the evening at one of my favorite restaurants in Stockholm called Momma. The atmosphere at the lesbian owned restaurant and bar is relaxed and cozy. They offer hearty, moderately priced food that the staff describes as “rustic elegance”. Special Valentine’s Day menu tonight!
In December last year BBC Fast Track visited Stockholm and I had the pleasure of keeping them company.
We walked in the footsteps of Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist from the Millennium Trilogy. See the programme at BBC Fast Track.
You can also do the Millennium Tour in Stockholm. Follow along in Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander’s footsteps while getting additional background information about the characters and the author. The walk starts at Bellmangatan 1, where Mikael Blomkvist lives, then passes the Millennium editorial office, Lisbeth Salander’s luxury apartment and many other locations mentioned in the books and films.
On the way you will also learn more about the history of Stockholm and the people who live here.
Visit The Stockholm City Museum for more information.
The Grand Hôtel is a classic landmark in the center of Stockholm. The location is perfect and the view over the harbour, Old Town and Royal Palace is much appreciated, both by international and Swedish guests.
The Grand Hôtel is a partner of the Stockholm Gay & Lesbian Network and during the years big names such as Marlene Dietrich, Ingrid Bergman, Albert Einstein, Grace Kelly, Esther Williams and Elizabeth Taylor have all stayed at the Grand Hôtel.
The Grand Hôtel was recently featured in Out Traveler.
Read the article in Out Traveler here>>
Seeing Stockholm from the water during the cold months is unique and at least as magical as during a high summer day. The fresh, clean air, the calm, beautiful landscape, the shifting colors of nature, and the special silence all contribute to a unique experience for visitors.
Boats depart daily from the inner city. Take a day trip to the charming city of Vaxholm or stay a little longer on Finnhamn, Möja, or Sandhamn. Read more about boat tours in Stockholm>>