LOS ANGELES TIMES – After being closed for nearly a decade, the well-loved gay video bar, Revolver, which originally debuted in the early ’80s, has reopened under new management in West Hollywood.
Times have changed, though, and the revolving entrance door and the expansive front windows are no longer blacked out. And with new transparency comes a new sensibility for the bar.
What was once dark and divey is now clean, bright and fresh, as is the roster of talented performers that Revolver’s new owner, Alfredo Diaz, has been quietly amassing since the bar opened.
Most notably Jai Rodriguez of the TV show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” who hosts Twisted Cabaret on the first and third Wednesdays of each month…
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