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Morrissey Explores New Sounds on His Newest Album, Low in High School

Morrissey Low in High School (BMG / Etienne Records) Low in High School offers a bit of a departure from Morrissey’s signature sound — adding electric pianos, synthesizers and...

Sixties Trans Soul Singer Jackie Shane Lived Ahead of the Curve

She insisted on performing and living life on her own terms — until she suddenly vanished. Back in the swinging ‘60s, there was a transgender R&B singer who headed from...

God Save the Queens: Here Come RuPaul’s All-Stars for Season 3

Welcome to the anything-but-flat screen, as the queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars Season 3 gathered to play nice together — maybe for the last time. On a chilly...

The Eyes Have It: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Returns to TV

Bye Bye Bye Bravo and Hello, Netflix. Next month, the platform will reboot the groundbreaking (and Emmy-winning) lifestyle intervention show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy....

The Decadent Days of Disco Captured in a New Book: “Studio 54”

Studio 54 | By Ian Schrager; Rizzoli New York; $75 From the moment studio 54 opened in 1977, the club provided spectacles that epitomized the idea that nothing succeeds like...

Timothée Chalamet Delicately Dances Around Working with Woody Allen

Still basking in all the Oscar attention for Call Me By Your Name, actor Timothée Chalamet is already finding that celebrity comes at a price....

Mysterious Death Claims Cranberries Lead Singer Dolores O’Riordan at 46

Fans of the Irish rock band the Cranberries are stunned by the news and asking themselves how Dolores O’Riordan could possibly have died at 46....

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool: The Best New Movie You Know Nothing About

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool Annette Bening gives a career-defining performance as aging film star who romances a man a quarter her age, brilliantly underplayed by...

Director Sean Baker Brings Gritty Reality to Screens in The Florida Project

Director Sean Baker employs the same raw but expressive style and use of amateur actors that worked so well in his tasty Tangerine. Here, he trades in the misfit-ridden streets of...

Hate on Skates Comes to the Cinema with I, Tonya

Why revisit the infamous tale of Tonya Harding? It turns out that the story of the famously trashy skater with talent enough to reach the Olympics but not the polish and poise...

The Warwick Rowers’ Sexy 2018 Calendar Bares All

The Warwick Rowers aim to achieve three things through their sexy calendars, films and other products: promoting positive, inclusive and respectful attitudes towards people of all...

Star Trek: Discovery Plot Twist Stuns Its Gay Audience

There’s a shockwave moving faster than Warp Factor 10 through the Star Trek universe, and gay fans of the franchise are none too happy about it....