Filthy Dreams’s Blue Blue Blue Christmas Playlist
Music

Filthy Dreams’s Blue Blue Blue Christmas Playlist

I’ll-a have-a BLUUUUUUUUUE CHRISTMAS WITHOUUUUUT YOUUUU!!! Whoa-ho ho ho! I didn’t see you there, merry and bright Filthy Dreams playlist listeners! Why I’m just getting in the spirit–the HOLIDAY spirit that is. Once the stampede of Black Friday is over, you know it’s that time of year–time for the annual Filthy Dreams Xmas Playlist. Sure, … Continue reading

Daddy’s Not-So Little Life: Preserving The Queer Southern Experience In The Archive Louis Zoellar Bickett
Art

Daddy’s Not-So Little Life: Preserving The Queer Southern Experience In The Archive Louis Zoellar Bickett

How do you measure a life? Through jars full of trash gathered during trips to Bourbon Street, Rodeo Drive and the King’s mecca, Graceland? Through a smattering of graveyard dirt collected from the graves of loved ones? Through precisely written tags on toothbrushes and assorted tchotchkes, saved for decades? Through a 585-page inventory? Well, according … Continue reading

Picking Up The Trash Aesthetics In “White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class In America”
Books / Trash

Picking Up The Trash Aesthetics In “White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class In America”

In Divine’s classic hit song “Born To Be Cheap,” that bewigged bastion of filth snarls, “As sure as there’s trash, I was born to be cheap!” Not only a rallying cry for gaudy girls everywhere, Divine also hits on an important factoid: Trash is forever. Not just those bags of garbage dumped at the side … Continue reading

Mama Does ‘Night of 1,000 Elvises’ at the Andy Warhol Museum
Filthy Dreams On Location

Mama Does ‘Night of 1,000 Elvises’ at the Andy Warhol Museum

Co-Founder’s Note: Well, hello there, dearest Filthy Dreams readers. Against my better judgment, I’ve encouraged my mother–Mama as she demands to be called–to cover yet another event for Filthy Dreams. This time, it’s the Andy Warhol Museum’s benefit Night of 1000 Elvises. Of course, being an admitted Elvis fanatic myself, I couldn’t stand to miss … Continue reading