Two Festivals Bring LGBTQ+ Films to Forefront

With the AFI Festival and Arpa Film Festival, Viewers are Treated to LGBTQ+ Offerings From Around the Globe.

In “Heaven’s Gate,” a Suicide Cult’s Mystery Starts to Unravel

A new podcast examines the backstory and detritus of Heaven’s Gate’s misguided founders and followers.

Playboy Gets Its First Out Transgender Playmate

Has the legendary men’s magazine finally moved into the 21st century?

What’s Happening: November 3- 16

The best goings-on around and about L.A., period.

Thirsty Thursday Presents: Terence Stamp

We're swooning.

Fischerspooner Gets Aggressively Homosexual

Be aggressive, be be aggressive!

Yes, There’s More Sexual Abuse Happening in Hollywood

Just ask Jason Dottley

What Did Edmund White Think of Gay L.A. in the ‘70s?

In White’s “States of Desire,” Los Angeles comes off as a town full of sexual activity; May – December romances, and perfect bodies.

“The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson” Reopens Old Wounds

David France's film has been the subject of controversy since its release

Using an LGBTQ+ Cast, Invertigo Dance Theater Prepares to Bring Alan Turing’s Story to...

Invertigo Dance Theatre will present “Formulae and Fairy Tales,” a ballet based on the life of gay mathematician Alan Turing, at Santa Monica’s Moss Theater on October 22.

Looking for Your Horror Fix? Head to the New Bev

Looking for a dose of vintage horror? The New Bev's end of October slate is to die for.

Punk Icon Alice Bag Helps With Relief in Mexico and Puerto Rico

Queer punk legend Alice Bag turned to the queer community for help with Mexico and Puerto Rico’s recent natural disasters.

Bayard Rustin Led the Fight For Gay Marriage, Years Before It Was Even a...

A new documentary celebrates the civil rights leader and gay rights pioneer.