Kevin Author

Kevin Phinney is a journalist/broadcaster who has worked in print and online, in radio and television. He is the author of a book that examines black and white race relations seen through the prism of music, from 1619-present called “Souled American: How Black Music Transformed White Culture,” published by Billboard Books. He is also a former staff member of The Austin American-Statesman and The Hollywood Reporter. His work has appeared around the world in PREMIERE magazine and liner notes for Rhino Records and other labels. He is one of the former hosts of “Kevin & Kevin,” an award-winning morning drive radio program on KGSR-FM in Austin, Texas.

Here’s Why… and How U=U Means HIV is No Longer a Death Sentence

ABC-TV correspondent Karl Schmid continues to break down walls when it comes to the fight against HIV stigma. Last year, Schmid blew up the internet and landed on the cover of...

Lady Bunny Takes You Behind the Scenes of HBO’s New Doc, “Wig”

HBO is premiering a new doc about the resurrection of Wigstock tonight at 10 pm, just in time for WorldPride next week. In it, you’ll not only see the beginnings of...

Your Last Resort: Here is What You Need to Recharge

Terranea 100 Terranea Way Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 866-547-3066 terranea.com Sometimes you just need to shut out the world, disconnect and recharge with some Grade A me-time....

Did You Miss These? Our Top LGBT Stories of the Week

Metrosource wants to put you at the center of LGBTQ culture, with a wide array of features that cover topics that range from politics to entertainment, celebrity and personal...

Gay Shows: The Best Queer and LGBT Content on Here TV This Week

Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update...

These Are Our Best LGBTQ Writers, According to the Lammy Awards

The winners of the 31st Lambda Literary Awards — also known as the Lammys — were feted at the Skirball Center in NYC last week. In addition to two dozen book award winners,...

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 art exhibits, Metrosource has got you...

A New Show Makes the Case for Linda Ronstadt as a Gay Icon

Bette, Bernadette, Babs and Diana. They’re all on the Mount Rushmore of gay icons. Why isn’t Linda Ronstadt among them? Ronstadt gets her due next week as NYC...

Li-Lac Chocolates Keep New Yorkers Coming Back for Tradition and Flavor

Li-Lac Chocolates is Manhattan’s oldest chocolate house, having served the public since 1923. The secret of their success? They create old-world artisan chocolate in small...

“Lavender Scare” Revisits the Homosexual Menace of Cold War America

The Lavender Scare belongs on the shortest list you’ll ever make of must-see LGBTQ documentaries. Not only does it include footage that is hard to find elsewhere, but the...

“Pose” Star Indya Moore Takes Her LGBTQ Fight to the Streets

Indya Moore’s impossibly glamorous face currently graces the cover of Elle magazine. Theirs is the first trans face ever to do so. Today, that face is also all over social...

When Your Sister Turns Out to Secretly be a Superhero

For our pride issue, I wanted to share the role that’s made me proudest in life: being a big brother to my sister Barbara, who is virtually indestructible. Meet my family:...