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How Gay Is Jenifer Lewis’ “Mother of Black Hollywood”?

I dove into the audiobook version of Jenifer Lewis’ Mother of Black Hollywood without realizing what a fierce ally of the LGBTQ community she has been all along, but I’m...

People We Love: Don Lemon

Not everyone is a fan of our People We Love cover man. Less than two weeks before the midterm elections, CNN anchor Don Lemon was one of many singled out by a bomber intent on...

Darren Criss and Lea Michele Spread Glee

He went on to The Assasination of Gianni Versace, and she went on to star in Scream Queens, but now Glee stars Darren Criss and Lea Michele are reunited on stage in a concert tour...

What Marvel Hero Stan Lee Left the LGBTQ Community

Stan Lee, the man behind such superheroes as Spider-Man, the Black Panther, the Incredible Hulk and Daredevil — to name but a few — has died at 95. While his passing will no...

Why Josh Groban and Idina Menzel Make a Dynamic Duo

Wondering what will happen when Josh Groban and Idina Menzel bring their unique vocal fireworks to a stage near you? Let’s face it, going to a live concert can be a hassle....

“Notorious RBG” Gets the SCOTUS Judge Her Own Gallery Exhibit

Ruth Bader Ginsburg famously said, “I’m not queen . . . I’d rather be notorious.” And so it is that the Supreme Court Justice — now convalescing at home...

Rufus Wainwright Kicks Off 20th Anniversary Tour

It’s the twentieth anniversary of Rufus Wainwright releasing his self-titled debut album, so he’s taking his show on the road: performing classic material on his...

How Karl Lagerfeld Helped Reinvent a City

When Karl Lagerfeld returns to Hamburg, people take notice. As an arbiter of luxury and indulgence, few people are more influential than the Hamburg-born kaiser of couture who...

How Do We Defeat Trump’s Anti-LGBT Agenda? Barney Frank Knows.

Former Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank came out in 1987, and was the first openly gay member of Congress to do so — of his own choosing. Since then, he’s fought...

Adam Rippon and Randy Rainbow Talk Matthew Shepard

This October, we learned that 20 years after his murder, the ashes of LGBTQ hero Matthew Shepard will be laid to rest alongside such revered figures as President Woodrow Wilson...

John Waters’ Art Exhibition “Indecent Exposure” Brings His Signature Satire Home to Baltimore

“Indecent Exposure” is the new John Waters exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art. And hard as it is to believe, it’s the first such exhibition in his hometown....

Was “Fantasy” the Last Great Song George Michael Created Before He Died?

“Fantasy” may be the last great George Michael classic, and was one of the last things he touched before he passed away in December 2016. The track features the...