Photo by Magnus Hastings Bianca Del Rio is a big-time winner. Back in her hometown of New Orleans, she won Big Easy Entertainment Awards for Costume Design six times and then went on to win Gay Entertainer of the year for 3 consecutive years before she left for the bright heady lights … Continue reading
Greg Salvatori is a self-taught queer artist whose work has been exhibited or published in +30 countries. His visionary art blends contemporary techniques and aesthetics with classical concerns for beauty and light. Since he opened his own very successful Gallery in PTown he has become so very well known for his playful, provocative series. … Continue reading
EDIE is back to her home from home with q brand new show EDIE with a D appearing all summer at Provincetown’s Post Office Cafe and Cabaret. It’s been 20 years since she first took the town by storm and since then has been in a Broadway Show and also was the star MC in Cirque du Soleil ‘s Zumanity in Las Vegas for several years. Queerguru caught up with this ultimate showgirl to find out about the new show …… and of course catch up with gossip too..
According to the Urban Dictionary a ‘washashore’ is a newcomer to a coastal or island community, a non-native. It’s not uncommon to hear some described ‘ he’s married a local BUT he’s still a washashore’ However this potentially xenophobic insult is turned on its heels here in PTown at the very tip of Cape Cod. Over … Continue reading
Provincetown, the tiny speck at the end of Cape Cod, which is not only the summer base for QUEERGURU, it is also essentially one of the friendliest and culturally queer cities in the US … and even around the globe. As it emerged cautiously out of the Covid Lockdown this summer, it still managed … Continue reading