Arts and Entertainment

Holiday Tunes: Music that keeps on giving


By Buck Cooke   Fear not, gift givers. Music is perfect gift, even for those who you think are impossible to buy for. Here are some fresh pop treasures to please the ear of even the most discerning men in your life.   We have your hookup to the pitch-perfect present, whether the gays on your hard-to-buy-for list like new ... Read More »

Spinning Tales: Carrie Underwood shatters new album expectations


AS THE UNIVERSE IMPATIENTLY WAITS FOR THE RETURN OF ADELE, THERE IS ANOTHER SUPERSTAR COMEBACK NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED. CARRIE UNDERWOOD REINVENTS THE WHEEL ON STORYTELLER. By Dustin Shrader The reigning queen of Country Carrie Underwood dropped her fifth full studio album Storyteller on Oct. 23, and the epic record lives up to the hype. Underwood also announced The Storyteller ... Read More »

The gay world of Selena Gomez


Selena Gomez is alive, revived and relieved. By Chris Azzopardi After photos turned up in 2014 of Gomez scrub-a-dub-dubbing with gal pal Cara Delevingne, who’s openly bisexual, what transpired? Gay gossip, of course. Gomez doesn’t care “because they weren’t talking about other people in my life for once, which was wonderful,” she says. In fact, she “loved it,” a testament ... Read More »

Turning the pages of Boystown


Out and proud writer and best-selling series creator Jake Biondi talks about his addicting Boystown novels now steam-rolling toward television success. By Dustin Shrader   Jake Biondi, author of the ever-popular and constantly rising book series Boystown, is fast becoming a gay household name with his salacious novels. Upon graduating with degrees in English and Business from the University of ... Read More »

Margaret goes ‘psyCHO’ on Atlanta

Comedian, actress and outspoken social rights activist Margaret Cho.

By Ian Aber   Before three-time Grammy and Emmy nominee Margaret Cho hits town on her psyCHO tour, she dishes to us on the show, her return to Atlanta, Fashion Police, her inner domestic goddess and what drives her to give back.   When Margaret Cho lands in Atlanta on Thursday, Oct. 29, she does so with a head full ... Read More »

Hell yes: Chely Wright’s good work for a good cause


Groundbreaking Country singer Chely Wright joins gay political mover and shaker David Mixner in his one-night-only Point Foundation fundraiser titled Oh Hell No! It makes us say ‘Oh, Hell yes!’   By Dustin Shrader Put your activism hat on, y’all. Political operative and civil rights activist David Mixner invites all of the LGBT-ATL onto his emblematic front porch for the ... Read More »

Design of an icon: Janet Jackson’s most memorable moments


Let’s count Janet Jackson’s nine most iconic moments to celebrate the release of Unbreakable.   In case you’re still hungover from Pride and didn’t realize it, Janet – or Miss Jackson if you’re nasty – recently unleashed her brand-spankin’-new album Unbreakable, and I’ve had it on replay since it’s release.   Not only does it mark her 11th studio album, ... Read More »

Drag becomes Jinkx at Out on Film


‘Drag Becomes Him’ looks behind the makeup of ‘Drag Race’ superstar Jinkx Monsoon and reveals the person behind the persona during one of Out on Film’s ‘David Night’ feature presentations. By Elijah Sarkesian From a small stage in Portland to the main stage of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Jinkx Monsoon has worked tirelessly to become one of the biggest names in ... Read More »

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