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Looking Recap: Looking Top to Bottom (2.3)

Previously on Looking… Dom seemed a little out of his depth in his relationship with Quanum Lynn. Agustin continued his luge toward rock bottom by drinking and doing drugs...

Show Me the Money

We know that glitzy celebrity...

Alone: The Triumph and Tragedy of John Curry

Bloomsbury Sport; $33 By Bill Jones One might assume figure skating (with all its sparkle and grace) might be more hospitable to gay athletes. But how many openly gay skaters can...

Looking Recap: Looking for Results (2.2)

Editor-in-chief Paul Hagen recaps the sheer panic of Looking’s second episode of the season. Previously on Looking… Agustin was finally starting to see his own...

SCOTUS To Hear Case on Gay Marriage, Nationwide Implications Possible

Going into the Martin Luther King. Jr holiday weekend — fittingly — the Supreme Court announced it will hear arguments for four consolidated cases that could bring about...

Adam Lambert Signs with Warner Bros.

Billboard has just broken news that in less than 24 hours of splitting with RCA, Warner Bros. has signed Adam Lambert. Lambert, long a Metrosource friend, has been touring with...

Theater Review: Honeymoon in Vegas

Do you remember the movie Honeymoon in Vegas? I remember its trailer from 1992 — Sarah Jessica Parker; something about skydiving Elvises — and I remember it being on the New...

Cheyenne Jackson Plays Cafe Carlyle

Want to get intimate with a heartthrob?...

Looking Recap: Looking for the Promised Land (2.1)

Editor-in-chief Paul Hagen recaps the extremely woodsy Season 2 premiere of Looking....

D.C. for Two

Looking for a romantic getaway? We’ve got several good reasons why Washington, D.C., might be your next great escape. You may think of Washington, D.C., as a destination...

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...