Entries in holidays (34)
Holy. Shit. Please feel free to tune out right now if you aren't, in fact, a 100%, Scissor Sisters-humming, musical-theater-loving, Chris Colfer-adoring, gold-star gay. Even if you are you might find what we're about to share with you an atrocity of epically gay proportions. But in case you missed it, on last night's Glee, Sarah Jessica Parker returned (as Kurt's Vogue editor boss Isabelle Kempt), along with Shangela and Ana Matronic, to have a kiki with Kurt and Rachel in a New York loft. Hearing SJP do the "and by bitch I mean this rain" line made us kind of screw up our face with discomfort, but anyway, wow. Then Rachel leads some gals in a quick rendition of "Turkey-Lurkey Time" (our favorite fucked up holiday song ever, by far), because why not. We're pretty sure about half of gay America fell off their couches last night and either died or cried. See it below.
Our favorite lady reporter Damiana Garcia sits down with Tanya Roberts (a slightly more drunk character created by Drew Droege, of Chloe Sevigny fame) to celebrate Easter. They enjoy some Sauvignon Blanc and Fiddle Faddle, and then some beer, and hilarity ensues.
Happy St. Patrick's Day, fags!
Just for you, one extraordinarily hot ginger for your viewing pleasure. See the full-size image below, via a flyer for this beer bust they're doing at a fine bar called Truck in San Francisco.
Unfortunately we don't think this one will be there. But man. We'd bury our face in that.
Judy Garland really says Christmas to us, and look at how happy and healthy-ish she seems here! Mel Tormé wrote 'The Christmas Song' at the age of 19, and that fact immediately makes us feel insecure. But anyway. It's one of our favorites.
We happened to be in Palm Springs this past weekend, and came upon a little cultural anthropology experience known as Halloween in the Desert. It wasn't called that. It was just a Saturday Halloween party at local video bar Hunters. And in between the elderlies (it's quite old there, you know), we spotted a few fine/amusing specimens dolled up for the occasion. Please observe our gallery here.
Thank god Le Fag's Tranny of the Year, Chloe Sevigny (Drew Droege), chose to make a video for Hallowe'en. In it we learn she has a fear of carob, and Mennonites. And we get to hear a scary story involving Nine West wedges. Yes, people. YES.
It's been a while since Le Fag checked in on our favorite lady reporter, Damiana Garcia. She's always so quick with the holiday-themed episodes, and today she does not disappoint us with this marvelous little discussion of Halloween with "ex-Charlie's Angel and Tahiti Village spokeswoman Tanya Roberts." What spooks Tanya most? "Tuesday afternoons, cinder blocks... Bonnie Franklin... Angela Lansbury."
Comedienne Deven Green (she of the famed Brenda Dickson spoof and the character Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian) joins Damiana Garcia for a little Easter festivity, including an egg hunt on Deven's body, and some discussion of how hairy the Easter bunny is.
Incidentally, for the San Franciscans, Deven and her husband Joel Bryant, normally stuck in L.A., will be doing a show a the Main Street Theater on April 28.
It's a wretched holiday, but somehow looking at craigslist Missed Connections just got us through the last hour. Please appreciate, if you haven't already, Sophie Blackall's Illustrated Missed Connections blog -- there was even a related Love in Transit party tonight in NYC, but alas, we are not there. She tries to give a little love to the m4ms, but we're not sure how she'd illustrate, oh, something like this from SF's missed connections -- hint for the non-clickers: it involves Folsom Gulch and oral. [via the Anti-Twink]
We just can't get enough of that Damiana Garcia (Michael Lucid), and here she is interviewing faux Madonna (the spot-on Nadya Ginsburg) about her Valentine's Day plans (which include a 16-mile run and some quinoa toast), and helps her put together an OK Cupid profile, because, you know, she's still a single gal on the make. ("The first thing people usually notice about you: 'My vascularity.'")
Drag queens from second- and third-tier cities love the YouTube, and what better time than New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to give a shout out to each and every one of their twenty fans. Be forewarned, brevity is not always their strong suit! Some of these little vlogs go beyond the ten minute mark. But we feel it wouldn't be New Year's if we didn't give you a sampling of their YouTube stylings. Above, drag queen Cashetta vlogging right after her show last night in Wilton Manors, Florida.
And happy new year, everyone! To all our fag friends out there, Le Fag would like to wish you excellent good fortune in getting laid, finding love, getting shitfaced, or descending into a drug-drenched abyss with some assholes you call your friends -- whatever your pleasure!