Atlanta’s drag scene does not limit itself to only Inside the Perimeter. Right outside the renowned border is the conservative city of Marietta and gay bar LeBuzz, serving up drinks and entertainment for nearly...
Two years ago, Blane Bussey picked up a camera and started photographing Atlanta drag queen Edie Cheezburger outside her natural habitat of nightclubs and bars. Placing a glorious drag star in so-called norm...
The Queer Moxie Cabaret on May 28 at Jungle featured a host of performers who are included in the upcoming film, "Queer Moxie," a look at how queer performance art is igniting social change. Money raised at the...
MOXIE, noun: energy, determination, skill, ability to face difficulty with courage Queer artists take the stage all over Atlanta nearly every weekend and plenty of other days of the week. And when they do so, ...
Benefit show tonight for Gigi Monroe's All-American Goddess bid
Fundraiser tonight for PALS at Room & Board
Attention Atlanta queens, you could be a part of Logo's smash hit competition show “RuPaul's Drag Race.” The show is holding open casting calls to fill its roster for its fourth season on the air.
Atlanta drag personalities Nicole Paige Brooks and Sonique contested the second season, and Phoenix and Mariah were selected for season three. Unfortunately, no Atlanta-based queen has made too far into the competition. But you can be the one to change that!
All you need to do is fill out a simple (albeit long) application, record a short video highlighting your drag skills and include two photos (one of you in drag and one out of drag).
'Dragnique' competition moves into its fourth week
Join hosts Bubba D. Licious and Nicole Paige Brooks tonight at Jungle for bingo night supporting Pets Are Loving Support
National organization holds networking event at W Midtown
Alexandria Martin, who has entertained Atlanta and surrounding audiences for years, held her good-bye show at the Jungle on Saturday, Nov. 13, with some of city's top notch drag queens and kings on hand to bid her adieu.
Martin is leaving Atlanta soon for Kansas, but will have another farewell party on Nov. 23 at 11 p.m. at Blake's on the Park for those of you who missed her "Bon Voyage" farewell party that included a humorous opening number of "My Heart Will Go On" from the movie "Titanic" featuring a big boat and an iceberg.
Appearances and performances by Mr. Charlie Brown (back in town for a brief time after several months in Lake Tahoe), Nicole Paige Brooks, Martina McBride, Coochie Cabana, Mimi Simone, Martina Diamante, Devin Liquor, Bubba D. Licious, Summer Knight, Shavonna B. Brooks, Jasmine Antoinette, Owen McCord and many others.