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Bonus: Screamin’ Rachael, the Queen of House

Since the origins of house music in Chicago in the early 80s, Screaming Rachael Cain has been its most vocal champion. And throughout the 90s, Rachael was a big part of the famed Club Kid scene in New York City, where many gay icons got their start.

Today Screamin’ Rachael joins us along with her protogé Jorge Cruz to take a look at the legacy of house music and her remarkable life.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Interviews, Music, Musicians, Podcast 25 days ago 0

FOF #2025 – Viva Vivacious

One of the most memorable entrances on any reality TV show was on RuPaul’s Drag Race, when Vivacious entered the workroom sporting a second head made from a foam wig stand. After what seemed like forever, Vivacious unzipped her green jacket to reveal her own face, snapping a paper fan at the queens declaring “Mother has arrived!”

Listen as we talk with Vivacious about why she was so flabbergasted being around RuPaul, the extended family of Ornacia and why she prefers to perform in the crowd instead of the stage.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 6 years ago 10

FOF #1852 – Screamin’ Rachel Returns

For years, the outrageous Screamin’ Rachel Cain has been starring in what she calls her own “B-Movie.” Rachel started out as one of New York City’s better known nightlife personalities to becoming a House music mogul with her label Trax Records.

Currently Rachel is developing a film about her wild life. Today Screamin’ Rachel Cain, along with her entourage of gay men and Brian Sweeney join us to talk about her life as the Joan of Arc of House music.

Posted in: Podcast 7 years ago 0

FOF #1769 – Screamin’ Rachael, Queen of House

Since the origins of house music in Chicago in the early 80s, Screaming Rachael Cain has been its most vocal champion. And throughout the 90s, Rachael was a big part of the famed Club Kid scene in New York City, where many gay icons got their start.

Today Screamin’ Rachael joins us along with her protogé Jorge Cruz to take a look at the legacy of house music and her remarkable life.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Interviews, Music, Musicians, Podcast 8 years ago 3

Fausto Fernós in Drag or Na’Vi Warrior Princess from Avatar?

My friend Larry La Fountain says that Latinos usually wind up playing the space alien in most sci-fi films. So why did I have a strange sense of Deja-vu when I saw the Na’Vi aliens […]

Posted in: Images 11 years ago 3

Fierce Real-Life Comic Book Make-Up Technique

Check out this make-up artist as she painted a woman to look like a comic book character. A real-life Lichenstein! I can so see many club kids using this technique.

Posted in: Culture & Style 11 years ago 1