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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...

A Stitch in Time: The Met Looks Back at Designer Rei Kawakubo

Rei Kawakubo is a world renowned designer, known for adding edgy twists to conventional styles....

Sydney Summer: One Sure Way to Beat ‘the Seattle Freeze’

When he heads Down Under for a break from winter weather, Kevin also finds himself charmed by the sunny dispositions of his new Aussie pals. At the end of 2008, my partner Ray and...

All Will Be Revealed in a Tour of Gay Art at the Met

April 21–22 What was once called “the love that dare not speak its name” is being given a red carpet treatment by the Metropolitan Museum with a showing that both...

Taste without Waste at New LA Hot Spot Norah

A beloved watering hole gets a gourmet makeover. When O-Bar closed, WeHo mourned the passing of that cherished watering hole — with its slightly more sophisticated vibe than the...

Metrosource Now Belongs to the Davler Media Family

Our biggest news yet: Davler Media Group has acquired Metrosource in a move that expands the range, power and influence of both parties....

Journeys to the Past

When wondering where to venture on my next vacation, I have often considered whether I could visit someplace that would allow me to explore part of my family history....

Pierre & Gilles: Looking Back on Forty Years of Love and Art

Forty years ago, Pierre Commoy and Gilles Blanchard solidified their romantic partnership; to celebrate, they’ve released a career retrospective: Pierre et Gilles: 40...

Pierre & Gilles: Looking Back on Forty Years of Love and Art

Forty years ago, Pierre Commoy and Gilles Blanchard solidified their romantic partnership; to celebrate, they’ve released a career retrospective: Pierre et Gilles: 40...

The Leslie Lohman Museum Presents Expanded Visions: Fifty Years of Collecting

This March, New York’s premiere museum for gay and lesbian art is reopening its doors after taking a hiatus to accommodate a greatly-anticipated expansion of the SoHo location....

Kerry James Marshall: One Artist’s View of Black History

In the 600-year history of the African American experience, there are tragically few known and collected artists and even fewer representations of black people...

Hippie Haute Couture Celebrated at NYC Gallery Showing

The Museum of Arts and Design exhibit is called “Counter-Couture: Fashioning Identity in the American Counterculture.” But you’d be just fine thinking about it...