Where Did Drag Begin?

Pride season has started and it is a different scene than it has been in years past. This will be the first celebrations or marches in almost a year, due to the impact that Covid-19 had on the world. During Pride, it is important to remember the elders that came before us that have given [...]

Drag And The Importance To LGBTQ Pride

Pride season has started. This Saturday June 5th, you will be able to watch Pride in the CLE on WKYC - TV3. Starting Friday June 4th at WKYC will also show the past, present, and future of Pride in NorthEast Ohio. Besure to check out the 30 minute show highlighting the sights and sounds of [...]

The Cove: A Drag Queen Invasion Review

The Cove turns over its bar to Drag Queen Invasion. The show sports a monthly theme and boasts a large cast of amazing drag queens to leave you wanting more.

How Did Halloween Start?

As LGBTQ people, many of us love Halloween and why not? We grew up having to wear a mask most of our lives and pretend to be people we aren't, so it's only fitting that we have a love for this mysterious holiday.

LGBTQ Pride On Lockdown

Earlier this week, I talked about Pride and it being canceled this year due to Coronavirus. Yes, it does suck but pride is inside of us and can be shown in how we carry ourselves. What is harder to replace is missing the ability to meet new people, reconnect with old friends, and share in the [...]

What Was Your First Pride Event Like?

With coronavirus changing the landscape of how we do things, it is not surprising that events like Pride are being canceled. For better or worse, this will be a year without any Pride event for many. Some of us may be left wondering what we can do to show and celebrate this Pride season. I [...]

Support Your Local Drag

We all know that things are stressful and tight, due to Covid-19 outbreak. Many people are out of jobs, reduced hours, or just working from home. Money is tight all around. This affects our LGBTQ community, as well. There are many who are out of work and not sure how they can pay their bills [...]

A Farewell to All Axs

They say that all things must come to an end.On Wednesday, All Axs, in Willoughby, announced that they would be closing their doors to the public. This comes at just over a year from their opening and since I wrote my first review of them. They became a cornerstone to the LGBTQ east side community [...]