Uncited info removed Edit

The following info was removed by an anon:

Together with his wife he took over the aaah!Capella theater in the Noho Arts district in North Hollywood, California in 1996. When his wife left him he ran it alone. The club became famous as the "Club Dragopolis", with a special fan community of transgendered and transsexual people and several famous guests who stepped onto the stage of the club, including Jack Nicholson, Steve Guttenberg, and B.B. King. Burks took the name Debbie David and served as emcee and hostess after he found his gender identity and changed into a female. After her gender change, David continued to appear in films such as I Was a Teenage Dragqueen as well as working as a director, writer, and talent scout.

The info has no citation so for now I agree with its removal. If a valid source for the info can be found, then it can be re-added. --From Andoria with Love (talk) 04:43, October 29, 2013 (UTC)

Some of the material can be cited to the LA Times article now listed at the end of the bit of text. Some can be cited to the club's "history" page. There are a few bits that definitely seem to be much harder to cite. -- sulfur (talk) 11:00, October 29, 2013 (UTC)
The original citation of this information is from a previous version of the club's history page. Tom (talk) 11:17, October 29, 2013 (UTC)