BeBe Sweetbriar is the Omni Present Drag Chanteuse. As an entertainer and hostess, BeBe can be seen every week hosting and performing at countless events and parties in San Francisco. One of the few drag personalities to sing live while performing, BeBe has literally graced every notable stage in The City, bridging many gay sub-community gaps. She has also been the opening act for Destiny's Child Kelly Rowland, "Ugly Betty's" Alec Mapa and comedienne Shirley Q. Liquor. Adding recording artist to her list of performance accomplishments, in 2009 Ms. Sweetbriar released her first dance single and accompanying music video, "Save Me".
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This week's Fascinating Person is singer-singwriter Rachel Garlin, who chats with EDGE about songwriting, parenthood, and how more performers are starting to come out.
Dating in today's technology craze is simply not as easy as one would think. Today's gay culture embraces a social order where people have their faces glued to their cell phone or, what I call "dumb phones."
You columnist is giddy with delight to present a chat with a filmmaker whose work is provocative, challenging, and exciting in a raw, seismic sense. Here, then, readers, is an introduction to the fascinating Antony Hickling.
André Schneider is a German filmmaker who's been working in France the last few years. His latest film, co-written with director Antony Hickling, is a fever dream of grief, jealousy, and identity angst titled "One Deep Breath."
Rebecca Cantrell is the author of several series of books, including the Hannah Vogel mysteries and the Joe Tesla mysteries. In her newest book, Cantrell ups her game -- and takes her readers on a wild, and literary, adventure. Cantrell chats with EDGE.
Now in paperback: "The Days of Anna Madrigal," the ninth and final installment in the beloved "Tales of the City" series by Armistead Maupin. The author chats with EDGE this week; and why not? Armistead Maupin is certainly a fascinating person!
This week we turn back the clock to re-print an interview with one Aubrey de Grey. But dusting off this decade-plus chat is fine, because if de Grey is correct, some day his work on aging might give us plenty more years of life.
Spandau Ballet were part of the 1980s British invasion; but they imploded in the 1990s. Now they're back again with a new CD, doc film & world tour, which kicks off in SF. EDGE spoke to lead singer Tony Hadley about their reunion.
This week's Fascinating Person is filmmaker Brian Fender, the man behind the charming documentary "Dick."
This week's Fascinating Person is novelist Gary Jonathan Janis, whose work is dense with symbol, allegory, religious inference... and steamy sex scenes.
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