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Rey Lopez Throws a Bash Fit for a Queen

Rey Lopez Throws a Bash Fit for a Queen

When RuPaul’s Drag Race (RPDR) premiered on the Logo network in 2009, no one could have predicted the type of cultural phenomenon it would become, thrusting gay culture into the mainstream, breathing new life into the world of drag and bringing the show’s namesake out of 1990s-era oblivion. Only two years later, local nightclub promoter

Alan Cumming Reveals Himself with ‘Sappy Songs’

When Alan Cumming steps onto the stage at the Majestic Theatre this summer, he will need no introduction. With a career spanning nearly three decades, you may recognize the 51-year-old actor and singer from Hollywood blockbusters (X-Men 2, Spy Kids, GoldenEye) or perhaps as Eli Gold on the critically acclaimed CBS drama The Good Wife.

Tencha la Jefa’s Alternative Approach to Drag

As I drove to meet Tencha la Jefa at her home on San Antonio’s West Side, Siri took me on an unanticipated ride through the neighborhood where I grew up. I drove past El Mercado H-E-B where my mom first trusted me to to run in by myself to grab an ingredient she was missing

‘Drag Race’ Stars Featured in FDA’S Anti-Smoking Campaign

Earlier this week, the Food and Drug Administration  announced a campaign aimed at reducing the use of tobacco by young adults (ages 18 – 24) within the LGBT community The campaign’s ads will feature popular YouTube celebrities and drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race to get its message across. In a press release, Mitch Zeller, director of the

Adore Delano Brings Her ‘After Party’ to the Aztec

Competing on the seventh season of American Idol, Daniel Noriega made it into the top 16 but not without a few insults from Simon Cowell, who reportedly called the California native “useless” and even described one of his performances as “grotesque.” Five years later, Noriega re-entered the reality competition arena reinvented as Adore Delano on

Trixie Mattel and Delta Work team up for Rey Lopez’s ‘scary dollhouse Halloween party’

Billed as a “scary dollhouse Halloween party show,” Rey Lopez Entertainment’s latest outing combines the over-the-top talents of RuPaul’s Drag Race grads Trixie Mattel and Delta Work. Allegedly safe for “ages 3 and up,” season seven starlet Mattel (born Brian Firkus) favors a “life-in-plastic aesthetic” possibly best suited for Barbie’s stepmonster. Despite her role in the

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