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How Live out Loud Changed the Lives of Three LGBTQ Young People

In an emotional ceremony, Live Out Loud recognized people for making a difference to LGBTQ youth — including three of our community’s future leaders. Live Out Loud is an...

The 2018 Tony Awards Recognizes Broadway’s Best

Just as the Baseball season ends with its World Series and Football has its Super Bowl, the official Broadway season ends with a bang as some of the theater community’s best and...

Lambda Literary Awards Celebrates Excellence Among LGBTQ Writers

The 30th annual Lambda Literary Awards (aka the Lammys) will take place June 4 at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. This year, the nation’s...

NYC Theater’s Awards Season Heats up as Drama Desk Nominations Are Announced

Nominations were announced for the 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards on April 26 by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars and Broadway veterans Jane Krakowski Tituss Burgess at...

GLAAD Media Awards: Finding Reasons to Celebrate in the Age of Trump

If pop culture enthusiasts have an equivalent to college Basketball’s March Madness, it’s Awards Season — the heady time when organizations from the Hollywood Foreign Press...

Who’s Taking Oscar Home? We List Who Should Win the Academy Awards

We’ve picked our ponies early, so you know who to keep an eye out as the time draws near to take home those coveted statuettes. Best Director COULD WIN: More established...

Red Carpet: Hollywood Fame and Fashion

Red Carpet | By Frank Trapper; Welcome Books; $40 The original version of red carpet hit stands in 2007, offering readers a closer-than-the-telecast look at hollywood’s biggest...

The People We Love: Who — and Why They Made 2017 Memorable

For over 15 years, it’s been a Metrosource tradition to end the year with a salute to a select group of People We Love. From a list of nearly 100 candidates, we carve out a...

Can Colbert Fill the Shoes of Emmy Awards Host?

The Emmy Awards have been hosted by many a member of the late night boys club, but Stephen Colbert will get his first chance to take the reins on September 17th. Since Game of...

Project Angel Food Thanks George Michael with Help from Adam Lambert

24 years ago, a check for $25,000 with a note saying “Keep doing what you’re doing. Love, George” showed up on the doorstep of Project Angel Food in Los Angeles. The...

The Lammys at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing arts

Each year, the Lambda Literary awards recognize writing in genres from “Lesbian Poetry” to “Transgender Nonfiction.” This year’s finalists include books we’ve proudly...

It’s a GLAAD, GLAAD, GLAAD, GLAAD World

Since 1985, GLAAD has been an invaluable watchdog for insensitive and unfair media coverage of our community, but the organization also takes time annually to recognize media that...