Racial tension plagued the United States the 1960’s and the New York City ballroom scene was no exception. Drag balls were gatherings where competitors came together to strut, pose and vogue their way down runways while donning their most extravagant attire. While queens of color were allowed to participate...
In 2019, Roanoke, Virginia has seen an emergence of new artists in its live music scene. One of those musicians is 24-year-old Dylan Dent and today, I sat down with him AT Little Green Hive to learn more about the man and the musician. Tell me about yourself outside of the music. Who is Dylan […]
Senior year for most high schoolers is an incredibly busy time. Students are applying to colleges, making post-graduation plans, preparing for prom as well as making the most of their final year before heading into adulthood. For 17-year-old, aspiring documentary filmmaker Mia Lazar, her senior year...
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