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September 19, 2014

FILM: Pride

Inspired by true events, Pride is an effective (if at times overly sentimental) crowd-pleaser.
September 19, 2014

Flame On!

Erasure’s Andy Bell discusses new album The Violet Flame, playing a bareback saint, and why Joan Rivers was so awesome.
September 19, 2014

The Bitch Is Back

Lily Allen on her comeback album, Kate Bush, and why this isn’t her “feminist moment.”
September 17, 2014

Loving the L.E.S.

Gallerist Johnny Sagan likes to spend his Friday nights on the Lower East Side getting cultured and cutting it up on the floor.
September 17, 2014

The Mary Jo Camel Show

Mary Jo Camel Toe is bringing together the worlds of drag, comedy, and dance for a hilarious live talk show.
September 17, 2014

Fair Trade

the queer publications you should pick up at the New York Art Book Fair.
September 17, 2014

An "Equality Bar" Enters the Ring

Everyone is welcome at Shadow Boxers, the new venture from the owners of Boxers.
September 12, 2014

MUSIC: Barbra Streisand

Two voices don’t necessarily make a right on Barbra Streisand’s latest collection of duets.
September 12, 2014

The Lovely Bones

SNL’s Bill Hader gets serious—and gay—opposite Kristen Wiig in hit Sundance dramedy The Skeleton Twins.
September 12, 2014

Serving Up Realness

Boyfriends and creative collaborators Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Bowman resurrect gender-bending disco icon Sylvester in a new Off-Broadway musical.
September 09, 2014

Last Call

Your favorite summer parties are coming to an end soon. Mark your calendars and get there while the gettin’s good.
September 09, 2014

Knight Moves

Scissor Sisters’ Del Marquis takes you on an intergalactic journey with his R&B super group, Slow Knights.
September 09, 2014

Cher's Hair

Rating the heights—literal and figurative—of Cher’s wigs.
September 05, 2014

MUSIC: BANKS

BANKS has been called music’s Next Big Thing. "Goddess" proves the experimental R&B singer worthy of the praise.
September 05, 2014

The Man Within

Jon Derek Croteau’s distressing memoir of homophobia-fueled eating disorders and child abuse is ultimately inspiring—and a necessary read.

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