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On Sunday, June 26, the Pride Center of Maryland presented Queens Cruise, a three hour boat ride which embarked from the Baltimore Inner Harbor at City Cruises. The event was full of cocktails, dollar bills, early Britney Spears, and rainbow-hued clothing, and featured inspired performances by Absolutely Dragulous Brunch, hosted by The Real Emerald Star with Chanel Belladonna, Lyric Bordeaux, and VV Majesty.


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