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Welcome to Shania Twain 2.0 with a New Album, Now

Shania Twain NOW (Mercury Nashville) On her first new studio album in 15 years, the top-selling female country artist ever exudes confidence, grace and strength....

No More Tours? No Worries. A New Cher Musical is Broadway Bound

An all-stops-out extravaganza based on the life of singer, actress and superstar Cher is in the works, with plans to bring the musical bio to New York in the fall of 2018 after a...

Dragapella Group Kinsey Sicks Continues the HIV Crusade

Long before cofounding the hilarious dragapella group The Kinsey Sicks, Ben Schatz was crusading for the rights of people with HIV and AIDS. Fresh out of Harvard Law School, Ben...

Never Can Say Goodbye: Remembering A Lover Lost to AIDS

I always think about my previous partner of eight and a half years a great deal around this time of year. He died of AIDS-related cancer on October 23, 2000 at the age of 40....

Torch Song Brings Fierstein’s Classic Back to the Stage

We talk to Moisés Kaufman, deft examiner of LGBT life through theater, as he brings a landmark play by Harvey Fierstein back to the stage. Emmy and Tony-nominated director and...

Lexie “The Hair Diva” Washington: A Trans Single Mom Making a Difference in Detroit

Ahhhh, the city of Detroit. It has seen its share of hardships and struggles. In recent years,...

Behind the Beard: SCRUFF’s Johnny Skandros Speaks

How a self-confessed introvert reinvented himself — and in the process changed the way men connect with each other around the world. Not all superheroes have a secret identity,...

Nate and Jeremiah: By Design, a New Family Model

The designer brings his partnership with husband Nate Berkus to TV — hoping to change hearts, minds and lives. “When I was growing up, my mother used to always say to me every...

Levi Kreis Jumps from Stage to Screen in A Very Sordid Wedding

Levi Kreis knows what it’s like to be ones own worst enemy. In A Very Sordid Wedding — the latest installment of Del Shores’ Southern-fried Sordid Lives series, Tony-winner...

People We Love 2016: Ryan Reynolds

His first attempt at playing a marquee superhero (Green Lantern) may have been a flop, but Ryan Reynolds rebounded to find the character he was clearly meant to play all along:...

People We Love 2016: Lee Pace

One intriguing detail of halt and catch fire is the fluid sexuality of its visionary tech guru Joe MacMillan, played by Lee Pace (pictured)....

People We Love 2016: Chelsea Handler

When handler dared leave behind her hit talk show Chelsea Lately, we applauded her willingness to create something fresh....