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“Times Square” Fandom posts:
- Times Square: ink drawings (Gepeng Dewantoro)
- Dead mothers, absent fathers: grief in Times Square
- Robin Johnson, Trini Alvarado and Tim Curry in “Film Review”
- Times Square in “Tiger Beat”
- “Times Square” fan t-shirts
- Times Square colour lobby cards
- Nicky and Pammy’s blood oath: NYC, pre-HIV
- Times Square, Here no More
- Robin Johnson in “Film Review,” Oct. 1980
- Times Square press kit photographs: Nicky and Pammy (1981)
- Times Square press kit photographs: Nicky and Pammy (1980)
- Times Square press kit photographs: Tim Curry
- Nicky and Pammy, Angeles
- Poem for Pamela Pearl
- I heart Robin Johnson
- Times Square press kit photographs: Robin Johnson
- Robin Johnson, et al, “Code Name: Foxfire” b/w promo pic
- Celebrating Robin Johnson!
- Times Square press kit photographs: Trini Alvarado
- Kamikaze Hearts in The Cleo Club
- Pamela Pearl is a RIOT GRRRL!
- Nicky + Pammy / White Girl + Cyclona: Times Square / Freeway II
- Times Square review in “Monthly Film Bulletin”
- Times Square / Robin Johnson centrefold!
- The Voice of Revolution / Robin Johnson’s voice
- Pammy, Working Hot
- Passion! Fashion! Trashin’!: the costumes of Times Square
- Times Square and the dearth of denim
- Timesqueer: POV editing
- Riot Women of Contemporary Cinema
- Nicky, Off You
- Trini Alvarado in “Smash Hits”
- Love letter to Nikki / Career Advice
- Nicky and Pammy, Hand in Glove
- Louise the monkey and Trini Alvarado’s tits
- Times Square: Deleted Scene
- Design for Living: Pammy and Nicky
- Pammy and Nicky, lucubrated
- Trini Alvarado pin-up
- Times Square “Lesbian Film Guide” review
- Nicky, this IS one of your best ideas
- ¡No Pasarán! ¡Venceremos! ¡Sleez For All!
- Robin Johnson pin-up!
- Times Square, nostalgia, and melancholy
- Pammy, Feed the Light
- Blaze a blaze: Trini and Robin, smokin’!
- Where are they now?: iii) Johnny LaGuardia
- St Nicky of the Piers
- Where are they now?: ii) Nicole “Nicky” Marotta
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This was a full-page advertisement in the October 1980 issue of Tiger Beat. Thank heavens for large promotional budgets; I was a fairly regular reader of Tiger Beat at the time, and women or girls rarely featured on its pages.