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This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City

Looking for gay things to do in New York? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or cultural outings, Metrosource has...

NYC’s Best LGBT Friendly Piano Bars

Piano bars are often hit-and-miss outside New York City. We’re spoiled here, in that there are so many of them, you get to choose. Some venues lean more on musicals....

Our List of the Top Gay Bars in and around Los Angeles

Love the nightlife? Southern California, especially in and around LA, has a vibrant LGBTQ bar scene. Whether your tastes favor a cozy evening of wine and cheese, or a...

Our List of the Top Gay Bars in New York City

New York City nightlife is among the best LGBTQ scenes in the world, and it extends well beyond classic gay neighborhoods such as Chelsea and the West Village to areas including...

The Ultimate Guide to NYC Pride 2018

Heritage of Pride’s annual collection of official NYC Pride Events will include more than ever — with opportunities to watch LGBTQ cinema, mix with community leaders and...

Save While You Thrill to Another Amazing Season with the LA Philharmonic

Whether you’ve never seen the LA Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, or you’re a diehard patron, this season promises to be the most exciting yet. Right now the LA...

HRC Gala Speakers Prepare Their Constituents for War in Midterm Elections

The first thing a good field commander does when he’s preparing to take them to war — be it on the battlefield or the Super Bowl— is fire up the troops....

Aussie Poll Results Resoundingly Favor Same-Sex Marriage

In numbers that only pollsters trusted, the results of a national survey revealed Tuesday that Australians favor same-sex marriage by a margin of 61.6 percent to 38.4 of...

Robert Rauschenberg Retrospective at the MoMa

Just in time for pride month, gay artist Robert Rauschenberg gets a huge retrospective of his six-decade career at NYC’s MoMA, organized in collaboration with London’s Tate...

Picnic without Prejudice in Prospect Park

This year’s Brooklyn Queer Picnic takes place Saturday May 27, from 1–5 p.m. in New York. It’s part picnic and part social statement. Participants are encouraged...

Kyle Abraham: All the Right Moves

May 5-6 Hailed as one of the best talents to emerge from NYC in recent decades, choreographer and MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham is giving the West Coast a chance to see his work...

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...