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“Why Vote?” with Carmen Carrera, Betty Who and Parson James

In this video, performers Carmen Carrera, Betty Who and Parson James weigh in on why it’s so important to vote. Carmen Carrera was a contestant on the third season of RuPaul’s...

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...

What to Watch: This Week’s Top Picks of Queer Content on Here TV

Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update...

Are Your Ready for Another Season of “Crazy Ex–Girlfriend”?

REAL TALK: The third season of the CW’s critically acclaimed Crazy Ex–Girlfriend took the show from fun-crazy (impromptu-risk-taking, truth-bending, instagram-stalking) to...

How Good is Netflix’ “Dancing Queen”? The Series’ Star is Alyssa Edwards’ Alter-Ego

Dancing Queen, the new Netflix series, is so rich in drama and drag that it almost outshines its leading lady, drag queen Alyssa Edwards. Almost. As the show makes clear in its...

“Queer Ghost Hunters”: Equal Parts Supernatural Saga and History Lesson

Documentarian Stu Maddox has moved from skeletons in the closet to ghosts in the attic. He’s now the visionary behind the ongoing YouTube docs-series Queer Ghost Hunters,...

“A Star Is Born”: Is Gaga As Good as Streisand . . . or Garland?

First came Judy’s. Then came Barbra’s. Now, it’s time for Gaga’s. This latest incarnation of A Star is Born will have its debut at the 75th Venice International Film...

LGBTQ Customers Are Denied in “The Cake” at Geffen Playhouse

A lesbian returns home to her small town in search of acceptance and a wedding cake in a new play where the mom from That ‘70s Show plays a baker who’s not always sweet. To...

Mic Drop: A Racially Charged Weekend at Monster Bar Results in Swift Changes

It was a racially charged weekend at Manhattan’s Monster bar where drag queen Honey Davenport — long a featured entertainer at the club — called out manager Italo Lopez...

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Creators Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey Talk DragCon

Two weeks ago, RuPaul’s Drag Race creators Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey were standing on the Emmy stage accepting the award for best reality show. Now they’re...

Gay Composer Cole Porter and Wife: It’s Complicated in “Love, Linda”

Gay composer Cole Porter had many men in his life, but very few women — and none like his wife, muse and patron, Linda Lee Thomas. Now their unconventional marriage is returning...