From what I just learned, the Trade Bar (http://www.myspace.com/tradebar_mcallen) is a hip gay club that features drag shows and is located on 2010 Nolana Loop in McAllen, TX. I've never heard of the place until just today, but granted, my knowledge on local clubs is more limited than the Great Khali's body movement. Altogether, I've probably only been to 6-7 clubs, so I'm probably not the best person in the world to be discussing clubs. But I found these brief clips on an upcoming documentary about Valley drag queen culture and it seems that this film has the capacity to be a very interesting glimpse into this world.
The last clip is the most engaging of the bunch, and I imagine that it must be very painful for Betty J. Crocker to talk about some of his dark memories. I've always had a fascination with local history that people try to bury underneath a rug and that rarely gets talked about. That's why someone like Betty J. Crocker is an essential resource into discovering and chronicling an alternative history of true life here in the Rio Grande Valley. So I'm very pleased that someone went through the trouble of documenting this world and I must say that I look forward to seeing the finished product whenever it gets released.