November 9, 2012

November 9, 2012

November 09, 2012

On the cover: Benjamin Godfre shot exclusively for Next Magazine by Gabe Ayala (GabeAyalaPhotography.com). Visit p.14 for more.

Articles

November 09, 2012

Wreck-it Ralph

Disney brings classic video games to life in their cheeky and clever new animated film.
November 09, 2012

North Sea Texas

Bavo Defurne's feature film debut is an artful if not all that coherent beauty.
November 09, 2012

International Male

Los Angeles Lensman Gabe Ayala—the creative force behind nightlife photography and promotions outlet Rolling Blackouts—puts a colorful spin on the classic male centerfold in his exclusive photo story for Next Magazine.
November 09, 2012

Max Vernon

The pop artist talks about his upcoming Joe’s Pub show and the musical he’s working on.
November 09, 2012

Lucky Cheng’s

The Asian drag revue has moved into the heart of Midtown.
November 09, 2012

Sushi Masaru

Chef and owner Henry Yang’s inspired omakase tasting menu is as tasty as the restaurant is tastefully decorated.
November 09, 2012

The Austerity of Hope, Disgraced, A Summer Day and Checkers

Hope has good intentions, Disgraced is a dazzling debut, A Summer Day needs more drama, and Checkers is a head-scratcher.
November 09, 2012

Auditions 47: Greece My Hole

Lucas Entertainment is truly international. Lucas men represent a variety of countries and foreign languages, but the accent is always on sex.
November 09, 2012

Awake

“And now it’s clear to me that everything you see ain’t always what it seems.”
November 09, 2012

Through a Glass Darkly

Next Magazine’s own Peter Halsey Sherwood on giving gay readers the goose bumps.
November 09, 2012

I Told You So; Desire; Cowboys, Armageddon and the Truth

This November, be sure to grab these great gay reads.
November 12, 2012

Bright Light Bright Light

In London or New York, electronic musician Rod Thomas—a.k.a. Bright Light Bright Light—is always ready for a party.
November 09, 2012

LOL-GBT Comedy

With the New York Comedy Festival in town, a look at laugh-out-loud-worthy gay shows around the city.