The Porn Star is sweet and sour and fulll of protein. It is best when shaken to full throttle. The egg white adds body and froth to the drink. In Spanish we call it “espuma” […]
Watch as one of Broadway's hottest wig stylists talks about about Wigstock, HEDWIG on Broadway, Pee-wee's Playhouse and styling wigs for Bob The Drag Queen and Miss Peppermint all while making a delicious Turkey Schnitzel Sandwich.Read Now
Zombies are usually portrayed as mindless creatures who crave human flesh to survive, but in the new musical, Zombie Bathhouse, the undead still crave human flesh, they just don’t necessarily want to swallow.
Today, the creators of Zombie Bathhouse, Brian Kirst and Scott Free, join us to talk about how to survive a zombie outbreak at a bathhouse with a little song and dance.Listen Now
If only the Klingons knew that all you had to do to travel through space on the Discovery is to hook up some nipple clamps to a space pig and shoot it full of fungi they wouldn't have even bothered kidnapping Captain Lorca.
What the Trek? Welcome to the podcast where we fabulously explore the strange new episodes from the TV series Star Trek: Discovery.Listen Now
Since the late 80s Steven Perfidia Kirkham has styled wigs for some of your favorite entertainers: Bob the Drag Queen, Jerri Blank and Miss Yvonne from Pee Wee's Playhouse all have enjoyed the fluffy fruits of Perfidia's labor.
Today, Perfidia joins us to kiki about all the marvelous wigs she fluffed up night after night for Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway and what didn’t make it on her episode of Cooking with Drag Queens.Listen Now
One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the concept of drag is why they hell do we call them drag queens in the first place? RuPaul said drag was an acronym from Elizabethan theater for DRessed as A Girl, but how would she know? She’s old, but not that old.
Today we introduce you to what may be the real meaning of the term drag queen, and believe it or not, it has nothing to do with Shakespeare.Listen Now
Although we like to think of our LGBT spots as permanent places that will always be there, the reality is that they come and go.
Today writer and historian Owen Keehnan joins us to talk about the Belmont Rocks, a very public space where LGBT folks hung out in the sun to find community and a little bit of love in the early days of the queer rights movement.Listen Now