Roskoff does it again

Roskoff does it again:
It’s an annual ritual, just like Santa Claus, the Hanukah menorah, overindulging on eggnog and regifting. We’re talking about Allen Roskoff’s holiday party — actually, we’re talking about the zany invite that Roskoff always does for the party. This year’s theme takes it inspiration from Ken Kesey’s chilling classic of dysfunctional administrators running the asylum, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Naturally, the outspoken gay political activist stars as the rabble-rousing McMurphy, with white-jacketed Mayor Bloomberg and potential mayoral candidates Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly pushing Roskoff/McMurphy to the brink. Meanwhile, another Roskoff nemesis, Susan Stetzer, Community Board 3’s district manager, is ironically pictured as a sexy pole dancer because, according to nightlife advocate Roskoff, she’s a foe of bars and clubs, and so has earned his wrath. Hey, we don’t make this stuff up (in fact, we couldn’t make this stuff up!), we just report it.

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Never give up the fight!
Legendary, lavender-loving L.E.S. activist Frances Goldin, below right, was at Monday night’s alumni meeting at Cooper Union’s Great Hall, adding her voice to the chorus of cries for no tuition at the prestigious, but cash-strapped school. … Last month, after Occupy Wall Street was evicted from Zuccotti Park, Daniel, below left, was wheeling down to the Financial District park to try to lend his support.

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