Saturday, July 21, 2007
What Julie Eats
Julie performing in Boston with the Sex Workers Art Show. Photo by Jo Weldon.
'I went to La Casalinga and had the spaghetti puttanesca, which means “spaghetti of the whore.” After all, I’m a burlesque performer and a nightlife whore. I like Casalinga — it sounds like cunnilingus, which I really like. All of the food is home cooked. It’s fancy restaurant food at an affordable hole-in-the-wall. The kitchen closes at 11:30 p.m., which for a nightlife person is a very good thing. '
Performer Julie Atlas Muz Eats Chocolate Chips at 5 A.M.
Whatever she eats, it makes her nice and strong.
Julie performing in Weimar New York at Spiegeltent. Photo by Jo Weldon.