Interview: Vancouver’s Reigning 2017 Drag Superstar, Kendall Gender

Fly first class with this Vancouver Queen

By Kendell Yan

When Kendall Gender greets me at the towering glass doors of her Yaletown apartment she’s flanked by two members of her glamorous entourage, one of which is her drag sister and fellow Bratpack girl, Gia Metric. True to her brand, Kendall is both posh and humble in the company of her friends as we sit down in the apartment building common room to kiki about her recent win at Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar 2017.

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Interview: Vancouver’s Reigning 2017 Drag Superstar, Kendall Gender

The Sleepy Girls Show Drags Up Slumber Party Nostalgia in Vancouver

By Kendell Yan

Do you ever get that feeling like you want to go out and watch some queens turn it but you also never want to leave your bedroom ever again? Well your problem is no more, thanks to Dust and Amy Grindhouse’s new monthly, the Sleepy Girls show!

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The Sleepy Girls Show Drags Up Slumber Party Nostalgia in Vancouver

United in Perfect Harmony: The Vancouver Men’s Chorus

Vancouver Men's Chorus

At the Vancouver Men’s Chorus’ first performance in 1981, the group’s original conductor – at the last possible minute – refused to take the podium.  The chorus was the first gay choir in Canada, and he was terrified of the public backlash.

Times have changed.  Now celebrating its 30th year, the Vancouver Men’s Chorus overcame those initial obstacles and is now one of the city’s most respected and longest-running choral groups.  Their repertoire includes an unlikely diversity of music, from Lady Gaga to Broadway hits and serious choral works.  Among the chorus’ biggest showstoppers is their annual Christmas concert.  This year’s show, featuring a collection of holiday classics from TV, movies and cartoons, proved the group’s biggest seller to date.

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United in Perfect Harmony: The Vancouver Men’s Chorus