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Delighted Tobehere to Headline Benefit for Thrive Youth Center

Delighted Tobehere to Headline Benefit for Thrive Youth Center

Drag performer Delighted Tobehere, the self-described “Queen of All Trades,” will headline a benefit for the Thrive Youth Center on September 14 at the Bonham Exchange. The Thrive Youth Center is the only overnight shelter for LGBT youth in Texas and the Southwest United States. The fundraiser, dubbed A Night at the Bonham, has been

American Idol Alum David Hernandez to Perform at Webb Party

The San Antonio AIDS Foundation’s Webb Party returns after a one-year hiatus on April 21 at the Bonham Exchange with the 80’s theme, “Reboot,” and a live entertainment roster headlined by American Idol alumnus David Hernandez. As one of SAAF’s signature fundraising events, the Webb usually attracts over 1,500 guests and helps raise over $100,000

Eight Years After ‘Idol’ David Hernandez is Making ‘Beautiful’ Music

For David Hernandez, the road to success and self-acceptance hasn’t been easy. After years of battling self-esteem issues, music industry obstacles, and those pesky rumors about his sexuality, Hernandez recently came out in an interview with Out magazine. With a new single titled Beautiful, and its accompanying video directed by Printz Board (of Black Eyed

The World According to Karlos

Karlos Anzoategui’s Closet Is Wide Open When you pass the whitewashed stucco walls, go through the gate on Queen Anne Court, and head into Villa Sol, Karlos Anzoategui’s work-and- life HQ, you leave earthly concerns behind. Like Gloria Swanson’s Sunset Boulevard manse, or, say, the Vatican, you’ve entered a self-contained world where, if the walls

Ray Chavez Recalls Cornyation Antics Through the Ages

“Ray is the heart and soul of Cornyation … it wouldn’t be here without him.” The house was packed and Cornyation was in full swing. The music was blaring, the stage lights glaring, and a group of actors and dancers were performing in another outlandish skit to thunderous roars, when, suddenly, a dancer took an unscripted nosedive

Ready for Fiesta? Events to Consider

Fiesta San Antonio is observing its 125th anniversary with ten days of parties and parades beginning on April 14. The celebration started in 1891 as a parade to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. It has evolved into one of the premier festivals in the US.

Community mourns death of two drag performers

The LGBT community is mourning the death of two of San Antonio’s most popular drag performers leaving many stunned at the loss. Torrance Cheeves, who performed under the stage name of Mrs. Whoochie, was found dead at his home on the East Side on August 26. According to news reports, the Bexar County medical examiner

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