Life is an intricate balancing act. This is the mantra that Megan holds near and dear these days as she juggles careers working as a freelance writer and yoga instructor. Originally hailing from the Bluegrass State, Megan ditched the farm in 2009 with sights set on rigid, concrete pastures. Nearly a decade later, she has a just about every girl scout badge a life in the city can offer – abandoned acting career, refusal of service from many a bottomless brunch-offering establishment and a permanently locked OKCupid account. When she’s not keeping you abreast of the city’s best events and store openings in Metrosource’s NYScope and Hot Shops sections, she’s traveling to music festivals and writing about groundbreaking artists for Brooklyn-centric food and culture blog FREEwilliamsburg and internationally renowned EDM publication, DJ Mag USA. She also puts the hot in hot yoga at Surya Yoga Academy in Jersey City at 6 AM and 9:30 AM on Mondays. Come to class, it’s never too late to start sweating!
With his retro ‘fro, signature turtlenecks and painted nails, Eugene Daniels has been bringing Mod Squad swagger to Morning Joe and Meet the Press, more than holding his own alongside seasoned political analysts. Described as a “rising star” Politico reporter by Vanity Fair upon his inclusion in Playbook, Daniels is part of an elite squad …
From ‘Winemaker to Watch’ to nominee for ‘Winemaker of the Year’ this heralded lesbian winemaker is celebrating 10 years of accomplishments at the renowned Gary Farrell Winery. This talented lady has made quite a name for herself in the male-dominated wine industry, where only about 10% of all winemakers are women. Along with the team …
Most of us first heard the name Obergefell back on June 26, 2015. This was the date the U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage. Many of us couldn’t believe our eyes and ears when we turned on the news that day to find gay marriage has been legalized?! Indeed the …
Metrosource Minis: The LGBTQ World & Beyond
Metrosource Minis is the official podcast companion to the national LGBTQ print and online magazine featuring short form interviews with our featured celebrities from the LGBTQ world and beyond…with your host, Alexander Rodriguez. Quick, fun, and informative…Metrosource on the go. [podcastplayer feed_url ='https://feeds.sounder.fm/3885/rss.xml']
This season on TV we saw the much-anticipated return of CW’s Superman & Lois, developed by Greg Berlanti and now in its third season. Not just a retelling of the Superman story that has been rehashed in a myriad of films and TV shows, this show centers on our famed comic book couple in their biggest challenge yet – being parents in today’s age. Of course, there’s always the supervillain lurking in the shadows…this season is rumored to welcome Lex Luthor. For me, stealing the spotlight is Superman & Lois co-star, Wolé Parks…and he’s one of us.
Playing John Henry Irons / The Stranger, a soldier from an unidentified parallel Earth, Wolé has seen his character go through some major changes. Starting off as Superman’s supreme nemesis, hellbent on killing him, the two have eventually forged a partnership to protect the world from the baddies. This is the first TV iteration of the Superman story that has featured Parks’ character, who has appeared as a titular character in the comics. Working with the writers, Parks’ character has been an evolution in progress as his story has grown. This season will focus on John Henry’s role as a single father and things will get a bit deeper.
In this episode we get deep as we talk about Wole’s philanthropy inspired by his mom, leaving the finance world to be an actor, his love of comics, his decision to be an openly queer actor, playing it straight, early success in the biz, working with Hollywood’s big names, his journey with sobriety, doing the AIDS life cycle, wanting to work behind the camera, and the new season of Superman & Lois. Hosted by Alexander Rodriguez
People We Love is back❣️What better way to return than with verified quadruple threat @HARVEYGUILLEN #peoplewelove Our interview with Harvey can be read here ➡️ https://metrosource.com/harvey-guillen-is-slaying-vampires-and-stereotypes/
Today and everyday we honor and celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth The black LGBTQ+ community have always been the heart of liberation movements. And even today the black community struggle with true equality. We need to change that…that change starts with us all
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