Queer Street


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Queer Street

condition of financial insolvency. [Am. Usage: Misc.]
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Ironically Queer Street closed its doors during the time the case ran its course, though Mr Barton said that was a commercial decision and in its place they had opened RSVP, a private hire venue for upmarket parties and functions.
In its defence, Birmingham's Queer Street disputes the suggestion that the Canal Street bar's reputation extends across the country.
He's hardly living on Queer Street (more like Easy Street, some might say) but, as he ponders a life of lie-ins - or, perhaps, a well-paid directorship in the private sector - the Liverpool council chief executive could surely have done without what all highprofile bosses dread.
FORGET Tannadice, Kerrydale or Firhill Street almost every club in the SPL is in Queer Street.
I planned to call my first book of poems Queer Street, nineteenth-century British slang for shady circumstances, debt, bankruptcy, blackmail.
Queer Street is the latest venture by family firm GB Holdings, headed by Birmingham Pride director Lawrence Barton.
At this rate, I'm heading off to Queer Street with my rag-bound ratboy sons.
Girl, the queer street punk in Katia Noyes's debut novel, on the other hand, approaches this intrinsic search for home in the reverse, traveling from her frantic life in San Francisco to the lonely heartland of the United States.
Hopefully the excellent Steve Mason and Rob Wright can guide me along the rocky road away from Queer Street.
But using the phrase 'bar food' unfortunately conjures up images of microwaved gristle-pies thrown on a grubby table in a grimy pub in Queer Street.
And this weekend Channel 4 takes us down Queer Street and asks: "Is it only lesbians and gay men who can be queer or can anyone join in?
I've always wanted to become a published writer and to open up an LGBT youth center, with a focus on queer street kids.