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Daryl McCullough Touches on Sensitive Subjects

Grief is the most traumatic, universal experience of one’s lifetime. Whether it is grief at the loss of a pet, a breakup, or the passing of a loved one, we will experience it at...

Matt Rogers is the Prince of Christmas

Move over Cher, there’s a new holiday album on the scene. One of our favorite breakout stars and sassy pants, Matt Rogers, dropped his debut album Have You Heard of Christmas?...

The Mo You Know About Mo Rocca

If you’ve ever watched “Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” you’ll know that “The Mo You Know” is one of the pun-tastic catchphrases used throughout Mo Rocca’s...

Allison Reese is a Comedic Star on the Rise

Taking center stage at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, Allison Reese casually greets her sold-out audience with an armful of wigs, costumes, and a guitar. She...

LGBTQ audiences will delight in Fellow Travelers on Showtime

Usually, a reviewer will watch one or two episodes of a new show via screeners to get a feel of the show and to write a review. All 8 screener episodes of Fellow Travelers were...

Cody Rigsby is an Open Book

Cody Rigsby is heartbreakingly honest in his debut book, and out of respect, so too will I. At first glance, XOXO, Cody: An Opinionated Homosexual’s Guide to Self-Love,...

She’s Not Cocky. She’s Correct.

Luxx Noir London Even on a day off, from the comfort of her home, without the spotlight or judges panel, without makeup or a gown, there is no mistaking Luxx Noir London’s star...

The Many Sides of Gavin Creel

There’s the side of him that can talk about theatre and all its facets – from the power of the arts to the literal legends he’s worked with, to the roles he’s had the...

Matthew López is Beaming Red, White & Royal Blue

This August, Amazon Prime releases the highly anticipated Red, White & Royal Blue, the tale of Alex and Henry, the son of the US President falling in love with the son of the...

Curtains Up: Autumn on Broadway

Growing up in sunny Southern California, I never appreciated summer, other than as a reprieve from school. I had no seasonal affective disorder to recover from when the days got...

Jane Lynch is Not Just Playing Games

Instantly recognizable by her tall stature, signature voice, and impeccable comedic timing, Jane Lynch’s career credits read longer than a CVS receipt, taking part in some of TV...

Steven Rowley Talks Grief, Loss, Joy and Celebration

What a complete thrill and joy to turn on the TV for my usual morning viewing of The Today Show to find NY Times Best Selling author Steven Rowley enjoying his chat about his...