December 16, 2005
MANIC PANIC® sponsored THE DEVIL’S XMAS PARTY right here in NYC at the Museum of Sex.
Scary celebrity clown Sid Haig a/k/a/ Captain Spaulding of the films “The Devil's Rejects” and “House of 1,000 Corpses” was on hand giving out “Tutti F**king Frutti” MANIC PANIC nail polish along with the glamorous MANIC PANIC® crew. Other evil entertainment included an art show, guest DJs and gosh–honest–real–life freak show!
November 1, 2005
The MANIC PANIC® FESTA held in Tokyo was a huge event to promote MANIC PANIC® and commemorate the opening of the MANIC GIRL/BOY salon chain. These new concept salons cater to a young clientele with a hip relaxed atomsphere.
The rock band Starwood (pictured at right with Snooky and Tish) rocked the house at the Festa. Tish and Snooky sang their new hit single “SUKIYAKI” dressed in their special custom Gothic kimonos for the occasion made by Tish herself!
Oct. 30, 2005
MANIC PANIC® proudly sponsored the fantastic Vampire Geisha Ball, attended by hundreds of MANIC devotees. One of the most exciting events that night was “The Eternal Binding Of Lord Richia and Lady Diana”… a real honest to goodness VAMPIRE WEDDING!
Our girl Lauren was on hand to personally style the bride with MANIC PANIC® Gothic Glamour Cosmetics…
…MANIC PANIC® Vampire Red™ eyeshadow, Red Hellion Glitter Glam™ Stick, and a Glam™ Gem on her cheek.
It was “a decadent, blood filled ceremony conducted by an authentic Justice of the Peace!” The nuptials took place at the strike of midnight on the main stage. Whoever said love bites was right.
The happy couple. This is one marriage that is sure to last a very long time.
October 28, 2005
TISH AND SNOOKY & MANIC PANIC AT CHILLER THEATRE!
Tish and Snooky grabbed their axes, donned their nuns outfits, and set up a MANIC PANIC® makeover booth at this year’s CHILLER THEATRE. They signed autographs with other infamous rock and horror legends such as Pete Best, Dennis Dunaway, and Buckethead.
IT WAS A GRAVEYARD SMASH!
October 19, 2005
MANIC PANIC® PROUDLY SPONSORED THE NYC HORROR FILM FEST
Aug. 31, 2005
Little Steven’s Underground Garage hosts CBGBs FOREVER in Washington Square Park presenting The Sic F*cks, Blondie, and Public Enemy among others.
CBGB owner Hilly Kristal takes the stage with Little Steven.
Opening up the show, the rockin’ Willy Nile.
Sic F*cks shake up the the park with “Rock or Die” punk. Who’s that blonde nun? That's not Tish!
The crowd went wild when Blondie took the stage and even WILDER when Debbie Harry took off her skirt and revealed her “Hey Ho, Let’s Go!” Ramones shorts!
And if they went wild for Blondie, they went absolutely ballistic for Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff and the rest of Public Enemy, who urged everyone to “Fight The Power!”
And who’s backstage?
A little press from NY Waste.
MEANWHILE, BACK AT CBGBs: August 26, 2005
Dead Boys reunite for 2 sold out shows at CBGBs to support the SAVE CBGBs effort.
"Hey, I'm on the list!"
CBGB'S door person since 1977, BeeGee. A star in his own right!
Snooky backstage with old pals the Dead Boys after their incredible reunion show at CBGB's. It was just like the old days… with chairs and tempers flying!
Aug. 29, 2005
MAGIC — the USA’s hippest tradeshow.
Glamour gals Cynthia and Faith present MANIC MAGIC.
Marky Ramone visits the MANIC PANIC booth.
July 31, 2005
Tish and Snooky and the MANIC Makeover crew style the models with Manic Panic® Cosmetics and Glam™ Lashes for the Lingerie Americas Fashion Show. Sexy, sexy!
July 15, 2005
Tish and Snooky sing at the South Street Seaport in “The Beat Goes On: Songs of New York” featuring an all–star line up covering tunes about our fair city.
The Bellomo sisters did a punk rockin’ version of the Dictator’s “New York, New York,” one of our favorites, which ends with the question: “Are YOU talkin’ to ME?”
May 19, 2005
Sic F•cks Tish and Snooky and Russel Wolinsky performed in the “Friends of Joey” lineup for the annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash at NYC’s Irving Plaza. The all–star lineup included the legendary Ronnie Spector, who had Tish and Snooky join her on stage to sing back up vocals on “Be My Baby,” and other hits.
February 22, 2005
The Lower Eastside Girls Club holds their first annual “MONEY MATTERS CONFERENCE” devoted to all aspects of money management and the world of work, entrepreneurship, debt and planning for college.
Their keynote speaker: “highly successful and non–conventional entrepreneur Snooky Bellomo [as she was billed by the club] founder and president of Manic Panic® cosmetics and accessories.”
Pictured at right is Snooky surrounded by members of the Lower Eastside Girls Club. Since the original MANIC PANIC® store has its humble beginnings in the Lower East Side, Tish and Snooky have a special affection for this organization. They themselves started their business when they were very young girls and are always happy to share their story and give advice to young women today.
The Lower Eastside Girls Club is a community non–profit devoted to providing a place where girls and young women aged 8 to 21 can grow, learn, have fun and gain confidence in themselves and their ability to make a difference in the world. For more information about the Girls Club and their programs go to girlsclub.org.