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The Legendary Gaye Adegbalola

It’s Lesbian Visibility week, where we take a look at some of the most wonderful women who have shaped Feast of Fun over the course of 20 years. One of my all time favorite musicians is blues singer Gaye Adegbalola.

Gaye is not your ordinary blues musician, like us she has a sharp sense of humor and passion for restorative justice. An evening with Gaye Adegbalola always proves to be filled with exciting music and a whole lot of fun.

Posted in: Interviews, Live Music Sessions, Music, Podcast 2 days ago 0

Pole Dancing For Jesus

If you wondered where all the male strippers went from your local gay bars, they are now shaking their hips at church.

At the Christian fundamentalist Stronger Men’s Conference in Springfield, MO, controversy broke out when pastor Mark Driscoll called out pastor John Lindell for allowing a male circus acrobat to perform shirtless on a stripper pole feats of Christian strength.

Posted in: Podcast 2 days ago 0

The Queeny Bitch Spreads the Love

When it comes to makeup tutorials, there’s a lot of great stuff on the Internet, but there’s also a lot of bad ideas that at best will make you look like a 10 year old playing with mommy’s lipstick or at worst cause your skin to peel off like Nazi’s staring at the Ark of the Covenant in Indiana Jones.

Today comedian The Queeny Bitch joins us to look at her work as a gender queer entertainer who has a lot of hilarious things to say about beauty bloggers since she is one herself.

Posted in: Podcast 4 days ago 0

Happy Birthday Fausto!

Today it’s my husband Fausto Fernós’ birthday, he turns 52. Born and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico, Fausto Fernós moved to Texas to go to university and then Chicago to become the performance artist, lesbian flag designer and podcast pioneer you all know and love. 

Posted in: Podcast 8 days ago 0

Susan Powter is Still Trying to Stop the Insanity

Today fitness guru and 90s talk show queen Susan Powter joins us to look at why there is still so much money to be made in keeping people sick.

Susan fills us in on her adventures after being a TV fitness icon, and making right wing haters in Texas drop their jaws over her outrageous passion for muscle and fitness.

Posted in: Lets Grow Big Together, Podcast 16 days ago 0

Make Your Solar Eclipse Viewing Gay

The 2024 Total Solar Eclipse is expected to be totally awesome, due to the event happening during a period of high solar activity. Because it’s promising to be something totally out of this world, millions of people are expected to travel to watch the fun without the sun so you better come correct.

Today we’re giving you tips and tricks on how to make the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse viewing really gay and more than just looking at the sun playing peek a boo with the moon’s shadow.

Posted in: Podcast 16 days ago 0

Bad Ideas Good Bodybuilders Fall For

When you’re busy making gains in the gym, it’s easy to overlook your own vulnerabilities. Because workouts can be exhausting, it’s easy to let your guard down and fall for bad ideas, snake oil supplements, scams or even worse.

Today we take a look at how athletes fall prey to scams and conspiracies that stand in their way of success.

Posted in: Lets Grow Big Together, Podcast 21 days ago 0

Beyoncé Is Risen, Again

She is risen! Just in time for Easter, Beyoncé is back in full force with her new album “Cowboy Carter,” which may be her most groundbreaking work yet.

Even though the Queen B herself says “[the new album] ain’t a Country album, [its] a Beyoncé album,” Cowboy Carter brings the iconic entertainer back to her roots in Country Music, reminding everyone about the genres Black roots and inspiring folks who had rejected it in the past to come back and have a good time

Posted in: Podcast 23 days ago 0

John Sturk and the Society of American Magicians

Magician John Sturk, the newly elected President of the Society Of American Magicians joins us to look at his love for turning tricks, playing the organ in comedy shows and what happens when magic tricks go horribly wrong.

Plus- the wild wonderful world of Harry Houdini. Was he secretly gay lovers with Sherlock Holmes writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?

Posted in: Actors, Musicians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

Robert Cornelius on Dreamgirls

Dreamgirls, the Broadway musical based on the showbiz aspirations of legends like Little Richard, James Brown, Diana Ross and the Supremes, is about as perfect as a musical can be. It lands running with a wonderful percussive bongo beat and takes us on a roller coaster ride through the struggles Black entertainers faced in the past and how they changed the world for the better.

The breakout song “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going” became a #1 hit on the R&B Billboard charts when it was released in 1982 and launched Jennifer Holliday into superstardom.

Our friend musician and actor Robert Cornelius is now playing the role of music producer Marty in the new production of Dreamgirls at the McCarter Theater in Princeton, NJ.

Posted in: Actors, Musicians, Podcast 2 months ago 0