Season 2016. If you could turn back time… It always starts with tradition. Gil Neary Birthday party… The Kentucky Derby party est. 1986.
Created in 2011 this event came to be as the Tea Dance as we knew it was changing. Less dancing more talking. FIPHPS decided to remind the Pines that the
Pines people- Doris Taussig Doris Taussig arrived in the Pines in 1939. Her father was a dentist who never got to practice his dentistry because landholdings and real estate. The
Kentucky Derby Party Est. 1986 The Kentucky Derby is not only an annual event in Kentucky. It is also one in the Pines. In 1986 Pines resident Allan Masur
2000’s. The Pines party grows into a major event/ fundraiser in the community. In 2004 owner John Whyte sells the commercial district to Pines resident Eric Von Kuersteiner. He begins
Sunday April 17th 2016. A collaboration with our annual FIP event “Souvenirs 3 Decades of Classic Tea Dance” and “Paradisco” a Disco party held at Le Bain
Pines Party 99. After the GMHC Morning Party abruptly ended in controversy in 1998 FIPPOA decided to create their own party to benefit charities of their own choice. The original
Hollywood Shore Leave 1988-1994 Est. 1984. Like many parties/ benefits throughout the 80’s they created a tradition that lasted through the years. This is one… The Hollywood Shore Leave party
Joan Rivers – Celebrity history 1988. Comedienne Joan Rivers arrives to perform in the benefit “Hooray for Hollywood.” The benefit for “Gods love we deliver” is hosted by Gloria and
2014 Photography by Robert Zash, Dennis Lageron, Gustavo Monroy, Duane Reed.
DJ Warren Gluck The year was 1973. As a newly “out” 18 year old, I decided to go to my first Gay Dance Club, near my home on Long
1987. DJ Michael Jorba. DJ Michael Jorba plays an intregal role in Pines history. The DJ for the GMHC Morning Party from its inception in 1983 until he handed the