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90 Miles From Florida, Cuban Culture Flourishes

Since relations between the United States and Cuba are thawing, the chance to visit this long-forbidden nation is finally becoming a reality. By Alicia E. García | Rizzoli; $55...

Billy Porter Creates a Funky New Broadway

In shows from south pacific to The Sound of Music, Richard Rodgers proved himself one of the most indelible songwriters of American musical theater. However, with his latest...

Classic, With A Twist of Modern: White Elephant Burlesque At Rockbar

Celebrating its 10th year, White Elephant Burlesque Society is a theatrical fully realized inner circle of talented and ambitious burlesque performers. Each of them a headliner,...

Pride in Long Beach: The Calm before the LA Storm

Since 1984, Long Beach has kicked off pride season with its historically early scheduling in late May. Its vibrant, diverse LGBT community always attracts an amazing lineup of...

Radar TV Hones in on next Gen Entertainment

Radar.tv is a live streaming app that combines the power of live video and social media to allow LGBT users to connect as never before....

Prince’s Reign Begins Anew With 30th Anniversary Purple Rain

At the time of his death last year, Prince was working on an ambitious re-imagining of his best known and most beloved work, the soundtrack to Purple Rain. Next month, the...

Michelle Branches Out: Is There Life after Love?

During the early 2000s, Michelle Branch was inescapable: her major label debut The Spirit Room spawned ubiquitous hits like “Everywhere” and “Goodbye to You,”and she won a...

Sense8′s Miguel Ángel Silvestre Sees a World Beyond Borders

Miguel Ángel Silvestre and his Sense8 co-stars travel the world to create a fantasy about shared consciousness. But, he says, the real journey lies within. On his first day...

IFC Opens “Summer of Resistance” With NYC Film Series

Queer|Art has announced a “Summer of Resistance,” a special season of films selected by activists and politically engaged collectives, presented as part of the long-running...

Dave Grusin Presents: Jazz from West Side Story

May 7 The Sondheim songbook really stands up to reinterpretation. Here, pianists Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes take classics like “Ladies Who Lunch,” “Send in the Clowns”...

Tina Fey and Robert Carlock Make Great News Together

As though Tina Fey and Robert Carlock had not already given the world enough laughter (in the form of hit shows like 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), they are now producing...

Flipping the Script on Chekhov with Stupid F#@king Bird

April 21-22; 25-29 Even people who love theater enjoy hating it — sometimes. Just like NPR’s cerebral navel-gazing and an evening watching James Lipton pontificate over...