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By Jim Provenzano | Thursday May 9, 2013
One would think that Sandra Bernhard, the feisty comic actress and chanteuse, would have mellowed as she moves into her second decade as a spouse and mother. Or maybe not? See for yourself: She performs May 16 and 17 at Bimbo’s.
By Mark Thompson | Thursday Aug 9, 2012
Founded in 1993 on the principles of diversity, solidarity, and openness, Divers/Cité is one of the most beloved of Montreal’s forty annual festivals, a multi-day LGBT music and arts festival with more than fifty hours of free music and performance.
Thursday Jul 5, 2012
Grammy nominated and award winning Billboard chart toppers Corey Hart and Deborah Cox will perform this Saturday in London’s Trafalgar Square as part of Pride Toronto’s presence at London’s WorldPride festival.
Sunday Sep 25, 2011
The 21st annual DIVAS Simply Singing! for a 21st century cure for HIV/AIDS promises to be another night not to be missed! Actress, activist and the show’s creator Sheryl Lee Ralph is happy to announce the all-star line up.
Wednesday Aug 24, 2011
George Michael made an emotional and introspective return to the stage on Monday, admitting mid-performance he’d split with long-term partner Kenny Goss and recalling his own troubled past with drugs.
Sunday May 29, 2011
Cultural Crossroads III will host a Preview benefit evening supporting the Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing organization (GLEH), which advances change in housing, care and community for low-income seniors.
By Nekesa Mumbi Moody | Thursday Apr 7, 2011
After spending more than a decade comfortably in the background as the uber-producer and songwriter behin hits for Pink, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and others, Linda Perry is now fronting the duo Deep Dark Robot.
By Ula Ilnytzky | Wednesday Mar 30, 2011
Farley Granger, the 1950s bobby sox screen idol who starred in the Alfred Hitchcock classics "Rope" and "Strangers on a Train," has died. He was 85.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jan 4, 2011
The gay writer who ignited a firestorm last year by claiming in Newsweek that gay actors can’t play it straight has a new bombshell: openly gay actors see their careers suffer once they come out of the closet.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Dec 28, 2010
Openly gay actor Richard Chamberlain--best known for his television role as Dr. Kildare--has told The Advocate that his prescription for young gay actors would be for them to stay in the closet for the sake of their careers.
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