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Your guide to Atlanta’s countless sub-genres of drag

Not since male actors dressed up to play Juliet, Cordelia and Lady Macbeth at the Globe Theatre has the art of female impersonation been as forefront as it is today. From RuPaul reigning as one of the most powe...

Atlanta drag icon Diamond Lil dies at 80

Atlanta drag legend Diamond Lil has passed away at age 80. The announcement was made on the entertainer's official Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. https://www.facebook.com/169267357660/photos/a.446334492660...

Profiles in Atlanta Drag: Shawnna Brooks

If you're making a Mount Rushmore of Atlanta drag queens, you better make room for Shawnna Brooks. And if you think Ms. Brooks has slowed down, think again. You can catch her at Burkhart's on Saturda...

Profiles in Atlanta Drag: Diamond Lil

Diamond Lil has been a drag performer in Atlanta since before Stonewall and if you run into her at Pride or the SAGE Center or any number of places around town, she'll be sure to try and sell you her CD ...

Profiles in Atlanta Drag: Chase Daniels

Chase Daniels has retired from performing, but has stayed busy emceeing shows on Fridays and Saturdays at My Sister's Room with Jami ATL—the pair may be better known as MSR co-owners and wives Jenn...
Bill Kaelin

Bill Kaelin: The drag queen who changed my life

Not too long ago, in a neighborhood that now seems far, far away, I met my first drag queen, and my life would never be the same. The year was 1996. I was shy, young, naive and new to the city. I did...

Profiles In Atlanta Drag: Jordan Michaels McCord

Jordan Michaels McCord hasn't won Best Drag King at Georgia Voice's Best of Atlanta awards for nothing. While this killer king (who is better known as Tiffany Phillips in the daylight hours) got a la...