Strike a Pose: The Vogue Years Captures Doisneau’s Keen Eye

By Robert Doisneau | Flammarion; $60 Robert Doisneau was a 20th Century visionary. His photography both elevated magazine work to the level of art, while also creating immortal...

Got a Dream? Let 3-D Technology Print It up for You

Technology that can turn dreams into plastic, fit you better than a tailor, and leave hidden messages in your breakfast. From the Great Pyramids to the Empire State building,...

No Longer a Joke, Men in Tights Get a Leg up in Meggings

Leggings have long been thought of as falling squarely in the realm of women’s fashion (not that we’d ever let a detail like that dictate what we would or wouldn’t wear)....

Worse Than Whitney: Bob the Drag Queen Rips Donald Trump

Bob gets it. As a drag queen, a gay man and a person of color, Bob knows that when the alt-right turned the streets of Charlottesville, Va. into a war zone last weekend and the...

There Are No Small Parts or Actors in Tom of Finland Biopic

Even ardent fans of Tom of Finland might wonder whether his life story could possibly rival the allure of his famously bulging gay erotica. It most surely does. The film begins...

What Drives Alexis? The Drag Race Contender Tells All

Drag Race season nine’s “Broadway Queen” dishes on her unique road to Ru. Alexis Michelle is a New York-based drag performer who placed fifth in the most recent season of...

Green Day’s Revolution Radio Tour: Punk, Pop and Politics

Preeminent punk rockers Green Day released their most recent album “Revolution Radio” late last year, and they’ve followed up with a massive tour that will see them...

Project Angel Food Thanks George Michael with Help from Adam Lambert

24 years ago, a check for $25,000 with a note saying “Keep doing what you’re doing. Love, George” showed up on the doorstep of Project Angel Food in Los Angeles. The...

Say “I Do” to LGBT-Friendly Wedding Planners

Hand in Hand Wedding planning experiences can range from fun to dysfunctional. Fortunately you can turn to the internet for help sourcing anything from officiants to memorable...

Dark Comedy Awaits at Every Turn in Ingrid Goes West

Aubrey Plaza plays friendless, social media obsessed Ingrid, who is left unmoored after her mother’s death and heads to California, where she quickly sets about stalking her...

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