The drag entertainer Shane Jenek, better known to the world as Courtney Act, has lived a pretty remarkable life and she’s just getting started. A front runner on season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Courtney’s […]
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Right now there are 184 drag queens who have competed to be the next drag superstar on RuPaul’s Drag Race TV shows all over the world.
So how does Janey Jacké, a little Dutch girl from the Brewster-Häagen-Dazs projects of Amnsterman lip sync for her life in wooden clogs stand out from the rest to win over the hearts of drag fans around the world?
Today Janey Jacké, runner up from Drag Race Holland and Semi-Finalist on Drag Race UK vs The World joins us to talk about her adventures as an international drag superstar.
Today we continue our holiday tradition of presenting strange and twisted Christmas music we think you ought to hear.
Joining us is our pal Manny Petty for a live incredibly strange Christmas music session where Manny helps us parody some rotten Christmas songs. Fausto joins in on the act with a campy cover of our personal favorite Mae West holiday classic: Put the Loot in the Boot Santa.
Feast of Fun first began in 2005, when there were only about 50 podcasts in the world and most of them were people doing Sex and the City epsiode recaps.
16 years and 3001 shows later, there are millions of podcasts participating in the great conversation of life, love and viral memes.
Today our good friend Kerthy Fix is interviewing the best guests in the world: us! Kerthy is best known as the on-camera producer Kerthy from the MTV series Teen Mom and for creating documentary films that examine the creative lives of LGBTQ musicians.
It’s the 3000th episode of Feast of Fun, the Gay Talk Show that (accoring to Apple) “helped pave the way to bring podcasting from an underground movement to a mainstream phenomenon.”
Today we celebrate like a bridesmaid at a destination wedding who’s had way too much to drink. We are spilling all the delicious tea, iced of course and looking at how everyone’s lives have changed as a result of podcasting, the Internet and Feast of Fun.
At the height of the AIDS crisis of the late 80s, LGBTQ folks turned to creating art, performance and music to act-up, fight back and fight AIDS.
One of the most powerful voices during the AIDS crisis was David Wojnarowicz, an artist and activist who combined punk music, graffiti, performance, painting and photography into a body of work that celebrated the outsider while speaking out against a hateful government that allowed thousands of Americans to die from AIDS.
Today we’re talking to filmmaker Chris McKim about his new film Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker which takes us on a thrilling journey through the AIDS epidemic as David Wojnarowicz weaponized his work to wage war on the establishment.
With the high visibility of drag queens on TV and social media and (even this podcast) there’s an idea that drag is just another form of show business, but it’s so much more. For Puerto […]
Tiger King- the true crime story reigned supreme as the 2020 pandemic documentary series on Netflix. It was so wildly popular that it is now getting a dramatic series produced by everyone’s favorite lesbian Kate McKinnon and starring none other than Hedwig himself, John Cameron Mitchel.
Will the Hedwig queen be able to transform herself into the Tiger King?
Today we take a look at the new web series Joe Exotic, now in production, that digs even deeper into the mayem, meth and madness of the Tiger King world.
One of the great diamonds in the rough on Disney’s streaming service is the reality TV show Encore, which reunites the cast members from musicals they originally performed in high school and then has them recreate the big show, sometimes decades later, in front of a live audience.
Today Brittany Kay Taylor, who played Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast in the reality TV series Encore serves up some piping hot tea on getting her high school theater gang back together a decade later and going viral as a voice over talent on Tik Tok.
It’s Fat Tuesday! The streets of New Orleans are empty, but we are celebrating from home with our good gal pal Mystique Summers, from Season 2 of RuPauls’ Drag Race.
Last week, Mystique’s and her drag sister Nina Bonina Brown got into a deep conversation about trans bodies, the art of drag, and Nina’s comments on Gotmik’s scantily clad runway look on Drag Race.
Today Mystique Summers joins us to take a look at the heated conversation taking place about trans drag queens, Gotmik’s showing off that body ody ody and how Texas is freezing.