LIFE THROUGH THE LGBTQ LENS

Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears Cuts Loose With Solo Album, Broadway Run and Memoir

Life looks very different for Jason Sellards at 40 than it did just a few years ago. As Jake Shears, the founder, frontman and half of the songwriting duo that propelled the group...

This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City

Looking for gay things to do in New York? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or cultural outings, Metrosource has...

The Top 2019 Gay Winter Parties

What’s great about being gay? Some say Pride. Others prefer sunny summery Sydney for Mardi Gras, but winter deserves some love, to. Let’s face it: wherever there are...

The Best Gay Bars in Chelsea

The boundaries of New York’s Chelsea Neighborhood are roughly 14th Street to the upper 20s, from the Hudson River across to Sixth Avenue. It is one of New York’s...

The Best Hell’s Kitchen & Midtown West Gay Bars

Hell’s Kitchen, sometimes known as Clinton (But not by New Yorkers, unless they happen to own real estate there), is a NYC neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side and...

Don Lemon, Michael Musto, and More Honored at Metrosource Gala

Last night in midtown Manhattan, Metrosource took its People We Love event live for the first time, with CNN’s Don Lemon, longtime NYC columnist Michael Musto and drag queen...

“The Children Act”: Emma Thompson at the Peak of Her Craft

Prepare to fall in love with Emma Thompson all over again in this emotional and complex story about a woman charged with making life and death decisions. Fiona (Thompson) is a...

Who Won the “Legendary NYC Drag Queen We Love” Slayletto?

The votes are in, and you’ve chosen one fabulous queen to join this year’s list of People We Love. We started with seven drag queens —all deserving of the accolade...

Melissa Etheridge Set to Perform at NYC’s WorldPride Closing Ceremony

NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 and Stonewall 50, has announced the latest details of the closing ceremony planned for Sunday, June 30 from 7–10pm in Times...

Three Top Reasons Musical Theater Lovers Will Miss Carol Channing

Why should you mourn the death of actress, singer and musical theater legend Carol Channing, who has died at the age of 97, leaving a legacy of great performances and...

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