Viva, chicas - Page 2

She put the messy in Mexican -- and then came home to Swedish hip-hop, Bowie trannies, Otter Pops, Mossmoss, and more

Kiddie Ziggy-zags for Bowie


Yes, we may have seen it all from the Trannyshackers — but trash drag can never really jump the Trannyshark. It's foolproof! One of the club's bloody jewels in its crown of regular tribute nights is this stardust fete, featuring, like, 40 queens and DJ Omar. (Watch for my favorite thin white drag, Kiddie.)

Fri/26, 10 p.m., $12. DNA Lounge, 375 11th St., SF.



Gays: they are animals. Yet they're so full of benefits. Combine your love of skinny, hairy queers with your yearning for philanthropy at this fuzzy shindig. Lightly furred cuties take the stage for a "Hot Otter Contest" (hopefully manscape-free), while $10 beer bust proceeds go to benefit the Marine Mammal Center. DJ Bus Station John helps you lick down to the stick. Purposes for porpoises? Positively.

March 27, 9 p.m., free. Lone Star Saloon, 1354 Harrison, SF.



If you haven't checked out Temple's sci-fi warper "Stargate-Portal Room" designed by artist Xavi, then this hyperdimensional celebration is calling out to you across the galaxy. Get alien with tech-breaks, acid crunk psych-heroes an-ten-nae, Deru, Lotus Drops, Phalanx, Drag'nfly, and dozens others.

March 28, 10 p.m., $5. Temple, 540 Howard, SF.

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