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Gwen Stefani Drops New Remixes for “Baby Don’t Lie”

Our cover girl Gwen Stefani told us her new album “was never supposed to happen”…but boy we’re glad it is....

This Is How One Gay Journalist Learned the Art of the Recap

Around the time I started working at Metrosource, I discovered something extraordinary happening on the internet. There was a site called “Television Without Pity,” and — at...

Where Are We?

Anyone with eyes can tell you it’s a good time for LGBT representation on TV. The 2014–2015 season has welcomed exciting new additions such as How To Get Away with Murder’s...

Inside the Dream Palace

By Sherill Tippins Mariner Books; $16 You can tell what kind of New Yorkers you know by the names they drop when they explain the Hotel Chelsea. Literay fans, for example, might...

An Interview with “Gotham’s” Victoria Cartagena

Victoria Cartagena talks about Gotham, her audition process, tweeting with fans, growing up in Philadelphia and walking in heels in New York City. METROSOURCE: Are there any other...

How Murray Bartlett Ended Up a Gay Sex Symbol on “Looking”

We talk to actor Murray Bartlett about playing the show’s resident sex symbol Dom about the world of Looking – including his character’s signature ‘stache. Meeting...

Gwen Stefani Finds Her Voice

Gwen Stefani’s life has been full of surprises lately. After two successful solo albums, she had reunited with No Doubt and had no intentions of doing another solo album anytime...

Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics

Sings the Great Diva Classics (RCA) Certain artists are intimidated by big songs — and then there’s Aretha. After a lifetime of milestones including unforgettable performances...

Bette Midler: “It’s the Girls”

It’s the Girls (Warner Bros.) Read Next | These Are 17 Films on Netflix with Full Frontal Male Nudity Bette Midler’s name conjures so many memories: legendary shows at the...

Annie Lennox

Nostalgia (Blue Note) In the ‘80s — back when MTV actually played music videos — the riveting voice and androgynous look of Annie Lennox was a constant. But unlike more...