• RuPaul’s Drag Race Says Farewell to Laganja Estranja

    Laganja Estranja was one of the most polarizing queens on this season of "RuPaul's Drag Race” (actually in the show’s history). Her trademark "kiki" language and her dynamic runway looks made her stand out among the ladies. Sadly, she sashayed away midway through the season. Here, Laganja chats with SFGN about her time on "Drag Race,” why she would be hesitant about a return, and all of the amazing things she has coming up.

  • RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 11 

    Season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race has been announced and this super sized season has shaped up to be like no other. We have a number of family members from legendary drag families, several queens that have been rumored to be cast in previous seasons and are finally hitting the Main Stage, and a returning queen that is sure to please more than a few fans. Here’s a break down of the brand new cast to see how they measure up against each other for Season 11.

  • SFGN Interviews First Two Cast Offs From RuPaul’s Drag Race

    Kelly Mantle

    Mantle is an actress, a singer, songwriter, and actress, and now joins the line of ladies that are among the first to be asked to "Sashay Away" on "RuPaul's Drag Race" now in it's sixth season. Contributing writer Michael Cook spoke with Kelly about how it feels to be the first one off, why she and Gia Gunn will probably not be friends, and her new single “Eliminated.”

  • SFGN Interviews Last of ‘Drag Race’ Finalists, Darianne Lake, Adore Delano, Courtney Act

    Shortcuts:  Darianne Lake - Adore Delano - Courtney Act

  • SFGN Speaks to Vivacious & April Carrion of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

    Vivacious came to "RuPaul's Drag Race" direct from the New York City Club Kid scene, and was true to her New York City roots right up until Ru asked her to "sashay away.” SFGN sat down with Vivacious to chat about her club kid style, her favorite parts of the "Drag Race" experience, and her "fierce and gorgeous" plans to be heard on dance floors this summer!

  • SFGN Talks with Thorgy Thor, the 7th girl eliminated from RuPaul’s Drag Race

    From her fire engine red first workroom appearance, Thorgy Thor was scorching the competition on this season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race”. With her mix of Carol Burnett kookiness and out of the box style, Thorgy was thought to be a leading contender to grab the crown this year. While Ms. Thor may have “sashayed away” already, she is far from through. We sat with Thorgy to chat about her time on “Drag Race”, what it takes to be a successful queen in New York City, and why being nervous will always be an absolute necessity. 

  • Tatianna is 2nd All-Star Eliminated from Drag Race

    Find out what each of the eliminated contestants has to say about their latest turn on and off the runway.

  • There’s a New Queen in Town: SFGN Interviews Bianca Del Rio

    Bianca Del Rio is arguably one of the most popular queens to come out of "RuPaul's Drag Race" in the six seasons the hit LOGO show has been airing. It should come as no surprise that her dose of scathing sarcasm (sprinkled with a dose of heart) captivated the fans and led her right to the crown. Bianca took a few minutes to chat with SFGN about her big win, how it feels to look at "Drag Race" post-show, and her feature film "Hurricane Bianca"!

  • Thorgy Thor: ‘Drag is The Ultimate Art Form’

    Thorgy Thor (aka Shane Thor Galligan) first gained national attention as a contestant on Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and then again when he appeared on Season 3 of Drag Race All Stars. But Thorgy was already a force to be reckoned with in the Brooklyn drag scene.

  • Tyra Sanchez Fights Back Against Bullies

    Season 2 winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race is blasted after comments on suicide

  • What to Read: 'The Essential RuPaul: Herstory, Philosophy & Her Fiercest Queens'

    The Queen has spoken.

  • White House Watch: Carson Battles Media Scrutiny

    In the run up to Tuesday night’s Republican Presidential debate, the campaign of front-runner Ben Carson was in complete damage control.

  • Wicked Manors Organizers Anticipate 25,000 to 30,000 Attendees

    Wilton Manors’ annual Wilton Drive-closing Halloween event is expected by organizers to be more packed than usual.