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National Treasure David Sedaris Is On Tour to Promote His Latest Book, “Calypso”

France can let him live there, but they can’t have him. Ex-pat American humorist David Sedaris is on a book tour, and he’s more delightful than ever. He has a unique...

A West Village Gay-Friendly Pharmacy with a History of Serving the Community

We visit a very special pharmacy in Greenwich Village that has been providing gay-friendly advice and hard-to-find medications to the community for decades. The crew at this...

Kathleen Turner Offers a Thrilling Musical Autobiography at Café Carlyle

Kathleen Turner offers a night of stories and song that just may be the most moving performance of her career. Many performers begin a performance at the Café Carlyle by noting...

West Hollywood Memorializes the Plague with a New AIDS Monument

Once upon a time, a gay and glamorous city was struck by a terrible plague; this is how we never forget. As AIDS cases rose in the early 1980s, regions like New York City, San...

Trump/Pence Backlash? New Gallup Poll Finds Americans More Accepting of LGBTQs

More than two-thirds of Americans support same-sex marriage, and half of Americans believe people are born gay or lesbian, according to a new Gallup poll. Yesterday, the venerated...

This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City

The LGBT Community’s guide to the best things to do in NYC, including local LGBT events, drag shows, parties, cultural attractions, talks & lectures, free activities and...

Drag Race Season 10 Recap: Miz Cracker’s Confidence in Comedy Cracks

For most of the season, New York comedy queen Miz Cracker has been landing in the middle of the pack. While she’s gotten praise for her quirky Dr. Dill in “The Bossy Rossy...

Hooked Shines a Cinematic Light on LGBTQ Homeless Youth

“It’s a call to action.” That’s how filmmaker Max Emerson described his latest project, Hooked. It’s a dramedy, he’ll say. But one with a...

What’s So Funny? Kids in the Hall Alum Scott Thompson and Lea DeLaria Talk Comedy

It’s a free-for-all as Kids in the Hall’s Scott Thompson and Orange Is the New Black’s Lea Delaria talk comedy, gay rights and the importance of giving offense. Metrosource...

Texas Could Send Lesbian Lupe Valdez to the Governor’s Mansion

Two lesbians are upending the status quo in the Lone Star State, as Lupe Valdez and Gina Ortiz Jones won primary races Tuesday. Imagine: that same residence in Austin that lofted...

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