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Gay Shows: The Best Queer and LGBT Content on Here TV This Week

Gay TV programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an...

This Is How Mare Winningham Surprised Café Carlyle

You probably think of Mare Winningham as an actress. She may bring to mind characters from the angsty youth of St. Elmo’s Fire to the fretting maid of American Horror Story....

Newfest Enters a Third Decade: This is What You Can Expect from LGBTQ Filmmakers

For 30 years, the NYC festival of films known as NewFest has acted as a barometer of LGBTQ culture. That era saw queer filmmakers grappling with the defining issues of HIV/AIDS,...

Film: Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records

Catch the Brooklyn premiere of Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records (Nicolas Jack Davies, 2018, 85 min.). The documentary presents a visual and musical account of Trojan Records,...

Homoerotic and Hypnotic: This is the Artwork of Gus Van Sant

Many artists work in multiple disciplines, finding that it serves to expand their creative minds. For instance, David Lynch, recently had an exhibition of his artwork at the...

Are These Hollywood’s Worst LGBTQ Portrayals Ever?

Crimes against the LGBTQ Community are at their highest level in a decade. The end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, transgendered Americans being allowed into the military...

This is Why You Need to See Brooklyn’s Pierre Cardin Exhibit

If you’re able to visit Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion at the Brooklyn Museum, you’ll be treated to a view of more than 170 pieces related to this gay fashion titan. Among the...

“Vita & Virginia” at The Quad Cinema

Unfolding in the bohemian high society of 1920s England, Vita & Virginia, A film by Chanya Button, tells the true, scintillatingly queer story of the literary love affair...

Film: Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

Honor the life and work of legendary storyteller and Nobel prize–winner Toni Morrison with a screening of Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, 2019, 120...

This Is What’s It Like To Be Out and Proud in the UK

Are you proud? Offering an answer might be easy for some, but a new film is exploring the tough complications that divide the LGBTQ community – through its history in the...

This Is What We Know about the 1973 Gay Bar Arson That Killed 30

In 1973, a New Orleans gay bar called Up Stairs was set ablaze by an arsonist, and the resulting fire killed 32 people. Decades before the PULSE nightclub massacre took 49...

This Is Why the LGBTQ Community Will Mourn the Death of Hal Prince

As far as we know, Hal Prince was not gay. But in the course of his extraordinary career in theater, he changed the lives of countless members of the LGBTQ community. He crafted...