I think that this episode went pretty well and we jammed a lot of information into it. And you liked it. The only thing that I might have missed up on is remembering to say Freddy's name at the beginning of the show. But you already knew him right?
I am little late posting the latest episode of Let's Have A Fefe with Felicia "Fefe" Minor & Freddy Prinze Charming. It was a good episode. It was full of discussion of the Oompa Loompa in charge, COVID 19, Black Lives Matters and debates.
Well, it wouldn't be an episode of Let's Have A Fefe if I didn't break the internet -- even after testing it the night before. Ugh! We started off the episode using a new system and I had a new mic. For those on the podcast, you will enjoy the newer episodes as soon as I catch up.
I am excited to announce that tonight Freddy and I will be back with an all-new episode of Let's Have A Fefe to kick off Season 9!
After a week of moving and taking time off from the show! We were back to it and ready to have our Wednesday night conversation. Discussing the issues that matter most to you -- like police brutality, police reform, COVID-19, and so much more.
We took a week off because I was moving last week. I think that the dust will start to settle a bit from the move for us to resume broadcast this week for an all-new episode of Let's Have A Fefe with Felicia "Fefe" Minor & Freddy Prinze Charming.
Sound on and everything we were all set to go. It was all good until I messed up Carrington's last names and mashed them all up. But let's not worry about that it was a good show.
I promise, I unmuted us before we went live. For some reason when I went live, we were muted. I am not sure, but if you have watched this show long enough sometimes the technology doesn't agree with me and likes to act a fool -- even after we test the equipment during the tech run before the episode. Ha ha.
Happy Flagstaff Pride! Please join Freddy Prinze Charming and me for a special edition of Let's Have A Fefe for Flagstaff Pride. Today, Saturday, June 20, at 6 p.m. We will be talking about Juneteenth, supporting trans youth and more on this episode.
It was a great night of conversation with Shambrekiá Wise, co-author of Sightseeing with Sandy on Let's Have A Fefe. With my lashes on crooked, we started on time.
Join us for an all-new episode of Let's Have A Fefe with Felicia "Fefe" Minor & Freddy Prinze Charming on Wednesday night (June 17) with special guest co-author of Sightseeing with Sandy Shambrekiá Wise.
I am excited to have a spot in the Nashville Pride's virtual variety entertainment show, Nashville Pride Live, with entertainers from all across the country. The variety show is happening on Friday, June 12 at 7 p.m. Arizona time/PDT, 9 p.m. CDT.
This is fabulous! I hope that you will you will join the Queer Pride for Black Lives, a virtual variety benefit show with all proceeds going to Black-led organizations, like the Foundation for Black Heritage & Culture on Fri., June 12. There are entertainers from all over the country participating in this virtual show -- it has two shows at 5 p.m. PDT/8 p.m. EDT and 7p.m. PDT/10 p.m. EDT.
ARIZONA KAREN! PANDEMIC CRISIS! POLICE REFORM! It's YOUR Wednesday night conversation!
Join me as I talk about the condom of the week, The Legend by One Condoms, as part of the Ripple Briefs as presented by RipplePHX.
Originally premiered in the Queens of AZ show hosted by Serra Tonan, this is my virtual drag performance of "Nobody's Supposed to be Here (Slow-to-Fast Mix)" by Deborah Cox.
What an episode, what an episode! We talked about my major anxiety as I went out into the world and even ventured to go to a restaurant, ways to feel productive during the pandemic, being black in public, making Best cry and then talking to Best about his writing career and Patreon.
As part of the effort to revitalize the place where I house my videos online, I decided to redo my intro video on YouTube for my solo channel at youtube.com/divaminor.
Tonight we talked about the great events of over the weekend include Kings of Arizona show, Drag Story Hour, Virtual Arizona Pride events and more! Then we delve into "facts," to lead us to still think that we are not out of the danger zone just yet.
I had a fabulous time reading for you all at Drag Story Hour - Arizona's Virtual Story Hour with Felicia Minor, sponsored by Bookmans Entertainment Exchange. If you didn't get to see it the video is above. I loved this selection and variety. The audience participation was amazing.