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March 26, 2013 Comments Off on The Seattle Eagle Turned 32 On Saturday…Congrats! Views: 1534 Media, Nightlife, Photos, Some Lovely Photos

The Seattle Eagle Turned 32 On Saturday…Congrats!

The iconic J.D. Samson and DJ Nark at The Seattle Eagle's 32nd Anniversary Party, held Saturday, March 23, 2013. Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

The iconic J.D. Samson and DJ Nark at The Seattle Eagle’s 32nd Anniversary Party, held Saturday, March 23, 2013. Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

A Gay Seattle institution had a birfday party on Saturday, March 23rd…The Seattle Eagle, one of the few remaining “Eagles” left in the quasi chain of infamous gay leather daddy bars turned 32 years old and dj/promoter/gadabout DJ Nark threw the party with special guests Jackson and J.D. Samson from Le Tigre and MEN. Judging by these lovely photos, all taken by Rachel Robinson for NARK Magazine, fun was had by all…

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

You can see buttloads more photos over at NARK Magazine, plus a plug for Nark’s next event at The Seattle Eagle, this coming Saturday:

Speaking of birthdays, our favorite hair queen Zakaria Ibrahimi is celebrating his birthday with us this Saturday at the Two Dudes in Love (SF) show, that not only features the premiere of a brand new track collaboration with Jinkx Monsoon, but also the return of Recess (Shameless, Flash) to the Eagle decks, AND it is The Bucket / Scott Britt’s bachelor party. This will be wet, wild and then some. Head over to Bottom Forty to hear an exclusive mix and new releases put out today by Two Dudes in Love.

This party should be nuts…Zakaria’s b-day, plus The Bucket running amuck, plus new music from Miss Monsoon PLUS Two Dudes in Love…it will be packed.

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

And, here’s to another 32 years for The Eagle…true, it’s less a leather bar and now more of a glitterbomb, shaggy faggy disco explosion but you gotta change with the times.

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

Photo: Rachel Robinson/Nark Magazine

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