The Past 10 years at Jackie 60

New Yorkers pride themselves on their been-there-done-that jadedness, and New York
clubgoers are even more difficult to please, so it's really saying something when a nightclub
succeeds as spectacularly as Mother in challenging, amusing, shocking, and baffling even the most
dyed-in-the-leather club hag. Mother, and its precursor and flagship party Jackie 60, managed to
do just that for a whole decade with a potent mix of performance art, high-concept weekly themes,
disco dancing, and the staff's sick and twisted sense of humor. In a city (and world, really) that is
fast losing its quirks to the mass-market, mass-media global village mainstream, Mother was a proud
multiculti clubhouse that attracted party people of all races, genders, classes, nationalities, body types,
and sexual proclivities. The uniting factor, it seems, was an appetite for the unusual.

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Photo Montage and Logos by İArhlene Z. Ayalin

Words by İAdam Goldstone

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