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Why I Chose to Make a Feature Documentary on the Life and Times of Gay Composer Gerald Busby

One day, while thumbing through The New York Times, my eye caught the Neediest Cases Section and I saw composer Gerald Busby’s photograph with the headline: “Back From...

Beyonce & Jay-Z On the Run II Tour, Metlife Stadium

The Music Industry’s biggest power couple, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, are back on tour together for their On the Run II Tour. The couple recently just released their new album...

James Wilson’s Paisely Fields is Back — with a Gay “Girl Crush” Video

James Wilson, the singer/songwriter behind the queerpoke country band Paisley Fields, is pushing out a brand-new video, called “Girl Crush.” The visuals depict Wilson...

Gregory Dillon’s Debut is a One-Man Band Summer Treat Called “Alone with You”

Gregory Dillion is going to surprise a lot of people. His music has the richness of someone twice his age and sounds as if he’s been making records since the new wave era....

Whitney Houston Biopic: See the Rise and Fall of the Greatest Voice of All

Whitney Houston was a tragic figure, counter to the sunny soul pop confections that made her one of the top recording artists of her lifetime. All of that roars to vivid life in...

Jason Mraz: Is the Singer/Songwriter Gay, Straight, Bi or Ally?

Fans of Jason Mraz, the singer/songwriter whose “Geek In the Pink” and “The Remedy” identified him as a sly wordplayer, may have come out. Or not. The...

Daryl Hall & John Oates and Train

Live at Madison Square Garden Daryl Hall & John Oates Train Kandace Springs...

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....

A Star Is Born Again, with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga

Here’s your first look at the third remake of A Star Is Born, and one thing you can say about it from the preview: it’s not playing safe. This is, of course. the third...

ABBA Resurrected, AIDS Coverage Revisted, and Avengers for Dummies

Your life is in reruns: ABBA returns for the first time in 35 years, The NYT reflects on its LGBT coverage, and your childhood comic book collection rules the box office! ABBA...

NY Pops Celebrate Alan Menken at 35th Birthday Gala

Five more artists will join the star-studded line-up for the New York Pops’ 35th Birthday Gala, “Part of His World: The Songs of Alan Menken” at Carnegie Hall. Kerry Butler...

NYC Gets Kylie Minogue; Aussies Thrill to Cher’s Appearance at Gay Mardi Gras

First came marriage equality down under. Now, just when we could all use more cultural exchange, New York will be getting Kylie Minogue for Pride and Sydney gets Cher....