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Drag King Revolt to Raise Funds for P.E.A.C.E. Initiative

Drag King Revolt to Raise Funds for P.E.A.C.E. Initiative

The drag community is one of many shades. For as long as drag queens have existed, drag kings have been perfecting the art of male impersonation. On December 3, the “zombois” of the popular dance group  Zombie Bazaar Panza Fusion will present the Drag King Revolt, an all drag king revue to be held at

LGBTQA artists, crafters and performers unite for Queer the Cheer

Devised by local artist/educator/musician Ernesto Olivo and a handful of collaborators from varied backgrounds, the SA Queer Collective is designed to “emphasize and promote” the diverse talents of the Alamo City’s LGBTQA community. Initiated in 2013, the collective’s inaugural Cheer the Queer attracted 200-plus shoppers and browsers with its winning mix of handmade wares, tamales

Dancing to enrich the earth

“When people hear belly dance, they have one picture in mind, but we’re doing something different.” Queer-based dance troupe Zombie Bazaar was founded in 2008 by Giomara Bazaldua and Cristal Munoz, who met in a dance class and found they shared a desire to pursue a less-conventional path. “I had danced before, so I had