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US: Wilmington, DE – This Sunday, How about Brunch and a Drag Show?

Looking for something completely different to do on a Sunday, tired of the same old, same old…how about brunch and a drag show? Join a fabulous all-star cast of Drag Queens for a Drag Diva Brunch. The hysterical all-ages drag brunch takes place Sundays at noon at The Queen Wilmington.Drag Diva Bruch AD divas0_11823c31-5056-b3a8-49db71c869f55295

Each general admission ticket includes not only the hilariously entertaining show but also your entree and first mimosa or Bloody Mary  (21+ only for alcohol).

Seating begins at noon and while you are being seated the cast of queens will mingle with you making sure you are ready to have a great time. The show starts at 1 pm and runs about 90 minutes. Each show has about 11 performances of pure fabulousness.

Diva b W1sic2l6ZSIsIjM1MHciXV0=Although the Drag Diva Brunch is appropriate for all ages, keep in mind that it’s a Drag Show. The show is described as fun and flirty. The emcees occasionally use adult humor and language, sometimes naughty, but the show is never raunchy, and always fun.

Get ready to have the most amusing and entertaining time at brunch you’ll ever have.  The shows feel like a big party and everyone is invited in on the fun. group audienceb W1sic2l6ZSIsIjM1MHciXV0=

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Location: The Queen Wilmington, 500 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE 19801
Dates: Sun, June 24,  July 1, July 8, July 17, July 22, July 29
Time: Doors open at 12pm, show starts at 1pm
Tel: 202-730-3331
dragdivabrunch.com
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US: Savannah, GA – This Exhibit in Savannah is Going to the Dogs

William Wegman (American, b. 1943) is an internationally-renowned artist with a prolific career spanning five decades. He is well known for his photographs of his beloved Weimaraners, a collaboration that began with his dog, Man Ray, in Los Angeles in 1970.

The exhibition of William Wegman: Improved Photographs at Telfair Museums – Jepson Center for the Arts highlights his use of humor to find unexpected and surprising ideas within everyday objects and scenarios. So much fun to see the dogs all dressed up or in unusual poses all done with incredible artistry.Wegman 05816_Eye On

Included in the exhibition are drawings, paintings, altered photographs, 20 x 24 inch Polaroids and a selection of early videos from the 1970s to present day.  Across all these media, Wegman demonstrates a continual interest in working and reworking his imagery, thus “improving” it with his particular sense of logic and play.

On August 5th,  1 – 4pm,  is William Wegman Free Family Day at the gallery.  Say goodbye to the “dog days” of summer and kick off the start of the school year with a family day devoted to the art of William Wegman. Participate in gallery activities, make your own altered photos and postcards, and find out more about Savannah dogs available for adoption.

Photo Credit: William Wegman Eye-on, 1997 Color Polaroid 24 x 20 inches

Location: Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St., Savannah, 31401
Date: Until Aug 13, 2017
Hours: Sun -Mon 12-5pm. Tues-Sat 10 – 5pm
Tel: 912-790-8800
telfair.org/wegman
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US: Adirondack Northway, New York – Text Stop

Love the concept and the humor that New York State uses on the Adirondack Northway, Route 87. Signs tell you how far it is until you can safely pull over and do your texting. Breathe deeply and try to control yourself.

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