(Photo: Union Square Ice Rink)

(Photo: Union Square Ice Rink)

‘Drag Queens on Ice’ returning to the Union Square ice rink

Bay Area drag queens will be hitting the ice Thursday evening in a special performance for the community.

Queens Mutha Chuka, Paju Munro, Kylie-Pop, BeBe Sweetbriar, and Mahlae Balenciaga will be in attendance, with Donna Sachet returning to serve as the Mistress of Ceremonies. Special guests Queen Dilly Dally (the queen of make believe) and Sister Roma of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are joining in the fun this year.

“Drag Queens on Ice” will take place at the Union Square ice rink Dec. 8 from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. The event is all ages. Tickets can be purchased here.drag queensholidaysUnion Squareunion square ice rink

Just Posted

Salesforce Tower and several other buildings in downtown San Francisco can be seen through the fog; climate scientists report that The City’s beloved mascot may be on the decline. (Courtesy Engel Ching)
Is San Francisco losing its fog? Scientists fear the worst

This isn’t just an identity crisis for San Franciscans. It’s an ecological problem

Outside Lands boasts high-quality food and drink from dozens of purveyors, and many are local.<ins> (Courtesy Outside Lands)</ins>
Outside Lands is for food lovers

85 food vendors, 40 wineries, 30 breweries make the festival nourishing to gluttonous

California Highway Patrol officers watch as Caltrans workers remove barricades from homeless camp sites as residents are forced to relocate from a parking lot underneath Interstate 80 on Monday, May 17, 2021. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
San Francisco’s broken promise to resolve homeless encampments

‘There is an idea that The City is leading with services, and they are not’

The Department of Building Inspection, at 49 South Van Ness Ave., has been mired in scandal since since its creation by voter referendum under Proposition G in 1994. (Courtesy SF.gov)
The Department of Building Inspection, at 49 South Van Ness Ave., has been mired in scandal since its creation by voter referendum under Proposition G in 1994. (Courtesy SF.gov)
Whistleblowing hasn’t worked at San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection

DBI inspectors say their boss kept them off connected builders’ projects

Gabriela Lopez, Alison Collins and Faauuga Moliga were sworn in to the Board of Education on Jan. 7, 2019. The election date for their possible recall is Feb. 15, 2022. (Ida Mojadad/S.F. Examiner)
The silver lining of San Francisco’s ‘recall fever’

Recalls are an expensive but valuable amplifier for everyday people

Most Read