This Week's Agenda from Loop Magazine

by / Dec. 7, 2016 7am EST

Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine

Radical Caroling
8pm at No Labels Clothing Cooperative, 224 Allen St.

Come sing radical carols to celebrate the end of a dumpster fire of a year, and to ring in the imminent devastation of 2017. There will be warm beverages, and figgy pudding is banned this year!

Screening: CLAW USA
8pm at Dreamland, 387 Franklin St.

The Collective of Lady Arm Wrestlers is a national not-for-profit alliance of theatrical lady arm wrestlers that raise money for local charity. The phenomenon started in 2008 and has now spread to more than 25 cities. After a screening of the documentary, Grace Ravines of Rochester discusses the ins and outs of starting a local chapter.

9pm - 2am at Gypsy Parlor, 376 Grant St.

SHE lives presents a karaoke experience like you’ve never seen before, for those with an insatiable need to throw on a metallic fringe dress and roll down the river, or that want to don that black center-part wig they haven’t had reason to wear yet. Hosted by Max Darling and Vidalia May. Sound and karaoke expertise by John Patrick and Ricky Wolffer. Cover: $5.


Dirty Can-Can Show
10pm - 12am at Underground, 274 Delaware Ave.

The Imperial Court of Buffalo presents its annual canned goods drive to benefit a local food back. Enjoy the drag show and tip performers with non-perishable food items, which can be purchased on site.

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