Columnists and Letters

FROM ROB: Acting Within the Lines

The first academy awards were handed out 87 years ago. Though much has changed since then, at least one thing remains the same: We’re still handing out awards to “Best...

POV: The Last Laughs

When he can’t bring himself to tell a fellow comedian to call it quits, Eddie learns that kindness and love aren’t always the same....

FROM PAUL: Waiting for It

About a year ago, I sat down with the publisher of Metrosource and told him I was thinking of using my editor’s letter to propose to my boyfriend Justin....

FROM ROB: Introducing Our "People We Love"

The past year has been momentous — for gay rights, as we welcomed nationwide marriage equality, and for Metrosource, as we’ve celebrated our 25th year. But as I look back at...

Interrupting Uncle Joe

Nothing makes it feeL like the holidays more than a tradition, and when I was growing up, part of my holiday tradition was a big family gathering at the home of my Uncle Joe and...

Introducing Our Holiday Entertaining Issue

As I say goodbye to the dog days of summer, I find myself looking forward to temperatures dropping and putting on my jacket, and my thoughts turn to spending time at home with...

DIARY: Judged by Their Covers

Wade gives us a look inside the world of book design, including some very good reasons why we should not judge a book by its cover....

I’m No Angel

Steven is recruited to cause a stir at an awards show but ends up learning that the fashion world can be a difficult place to make a statement....

A Different Drummer

It’s easy to think of Gay Pride as a destination, but Steven recalls discovering that — like a fine piece of luggage — you can take Pride almost anywhere....

Pride Town

Wade remembers his first visit to Provincetown, where a chance invitation allowed him to glimpse a future he hadn’t begun to imagine. By Wade Rouse...

Other Kinds of Gay

Gay can be a tricky word — and not just because the ignorant still use it like a schoolyard taunt. Though I suppose anything enjoyed by gay people could “be gay,” I...

Diverse Challenges

It is certainly an interesting time to be gay. just as we did two years ago, our community will spend the weeks leading up to Gay Pride hoping for the Supreme Court to issue a...