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Drag performers entertained patrons at Lynn bars for decades, providing entertainment, celebrating gender fluidity, and enhancing visibility and representation. Popular performers included Tisha Sterling, Ronnie Evans, Melinda Wilson, Steve Andrade as CHER, Paris, Hollywood, Blanche Debris, Diamond Dunhill, Karisma, Amanda Stevens, Felica, Ariel, Veronica, Lakia Mondale, Bambi, Jenna Rosity, and Miss Robbie. For several years, Fran’s Place held a fundraising benefit with a drag review called "Night of a Hundred Stars."

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I started drag at a contest at Fran's.

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We wore dresses on Halloween

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Drag brunches are taking over.

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Wow, this stuff (drag) really exists.

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Cross dressing.

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Why do people love drag?

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Drag queens at Dominic's.

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For me, drag started with a contest.

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They fell in love with me on stage.

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I do a lot of illusions of entertainers.

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Night of a Hundred Stars

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Fran's was a fun place.

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Drag being outlawed totally.

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