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One of the most inventive musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing is Sxip Shirey who grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and went on to became one of the world’s most beloved performers of unusual musical instruments.
Today, my soul brother Sxip Shirey joins us to talk about his new album A Bottle of Whiskey and a Handful of Bees.
Ain’t no party like a pizza party, cause a pizza party don’t stop! Pizza is one of those foods that makes everybody happy. Maybe it’s because it’s so versatile, you can put any topping on your pie and it comes out great!
Joining us to make this synergistic pie is the lovably goofy Joan Waters, the winner of the second season of Reddit’s Lip Sync for your Life contest.
A lot of fans of the Rocky Horror Picture Show may remember that during the Time Warp, the unconventional conventionalists danced next to a great big dessert table. Tonight we salute the Rocky Horror Picture show by doing a spooky mini trifle made with a matcha green tea and almond cake.
Joining us is British drag queen Kitty Powers who like Dr Frank N Furter is a sweet transvestite always looking for love, if not for herself, then for others with her video game Kitty Powers Matchmaker.
The punk rock scene of Los Angeles in 1970’s was a complete rejection of the commodification of music and youth culture, but after awhile, it experienced a massive fall out.
Today, punk rock royalty Pleasant Gehman, who recently wrote a chapter for the book “Under The Big Black Sun: A Personal History Of L.A. Punk” joins us to recall some of her magical times cavorting in the punk rock scene.
It’s no secret that LGBT folks have had a profound influence on the arts but they’ve also had a tremendous effect on scientific discovery even though they often had to hide who they were.
Today, we are joined by science journalist Vincent Gabrielle to explore the lives of extraordinary LGBT scientists who changed the world.
Anyone want a slice? Ginger pie is also known as a “chess pie.” These pies became popular during the American Revolutionary War, where it was considered good manners to keep a chest full of pies in case a hungry soldier stopped by and wanted a slice.
Joining us today to make this delicious ginger pie with vodka infused whipped cream is Ginger Minj, a cross dresser for Christ, whose name literally means ginger pie, kinda sorta. Dedicated to the people of Orlando, Florida.
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is now back, and this time it’s doing everything that Drag Race does best: campy drama, wacky talent shows and wild drag queens untethered.
Today, we give you the run-down on the all new RuPauls’ Drag Race All Stars 2, the All Stars Cast Iconic Looks of VMAs and what to expect from the series.
Viva is an extraordinary film that captures the struggle of a young hairdresser named Jesus, played by Héctor Medina, who is trying to make it as a drag queen in Havana, Cuba.
Today we chat with Viva’s director, Irish filmmaker Paddy Breathnach about making a film about a young man who is finding his voice in the drag queen scene in Cuba, a country trapped in time.
Serving up fish! Out of all the many wonderful dishes that come from Louisiana, one of the most iconic is gumbo- a rich, flavorful soup that’s literally a melting pot of cultures.
Today we’re joined by one of Chicago’s hottest dancing queens, The Vixen, who like this phenomenal dish uses all the crayons in the box and all the spices in the rack.