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In a season filled with fierce lip-sync battles, sickening runway looks and one of the most shocking eliminations in “Drag Race” history, Trixie Mattel was crowned the season three winner of VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.” Trixie Mattel earned the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” $100,000 cash and joined the coveted “Drag Race Hall of Fame.”
We caught up with Moises and asked him about his music and why he thinks it's important to be OUT in the music industry.
TastiSkank at The Green Room 42 On the 4th floor of Yotel, on 42nd Street and 10th Ave, you'll find a modern space that functions not only as a reception hall and conference room, but also as a hopping cabaret space.
Our show combines people from different religions, races, and sexual orientations for a full on sexy display of drama and glamour that is packed with surprises.
National Science Foundation What were the first stars like? When did they light up the universe? After 12 years of experimental effort, a team of scientists has detected the fingerprints of the earliest stars in the universe. Find out how they did it!
VH1 has revealed the cast for the milestone 10th season of Emmy® Award-winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” The newest queens vying for the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar” were announced during tonight’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” followed by a Facebook Live that introduced fans to the 14 competitors. The supersized season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” premieres on Thursday
RuPaul will get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Watch it LIVE! (Provided by walkoffame.com)
Parnell's Pub & Restaurant is a throwback to a time before New York was overrun with corporate chain stores and fast casual eateries.
QLife met with Feinstein's/54 Below Creative and Programming Director Jennifer Ashley Tepper who has curated the music for the show, who has spent over 200 hours researching Larson's work through the collection at the Library of Congress, the floppy discs at the New York Public Library, personal interviews, and more.