In the LACE Archives, LGBTQ+ Art Gets Its Due

The Getty Research Institute acquires Archive from Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions.

In “Chris Crocker Goes to Hollywood,” a Star is (Almost) Born

A newly released reality pilot shows the star's humble origin story.

What’s Happening? March 23- April 1

Torch Song Trilogy WHEN: March 23, 7:30 P.M. WHERE: UCLA Film and Television Archive WHAT: The 1988 film adaptation of Harvey Fierstein’s groundbreaking queer masterpiece. WHY: Come...

5 Reasons to See “Torch Song Trilogy” This Friday

#5, we're judging you.

“A Crystal Diary:” The Story of a Young Butch in L.A.

Lost in the subculture of the 1960s and pursued by homophobic police, Frankie Hucklenbroich penned a novel that tells the story of a butch finding herself in Los Angeles.

What’s Happening? March 9 – March 22

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

Mykki Blanco to Perform at UCLA This Thursday

Time to get wavvy!

WeHo Just Installed Rainbow Parks All Over the City

*Clutches pearls*

ClexaCon 2018 Will Promote LGBTQ+ Women’s Rights

The 2018 convention takes place April 5-9 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas.

“Queer Eye” Gets a Makeover

The red carpet event celebrating the return of the iconic reality show drew crowds and nostalgia.

“Hey Qween,” L.A.’s Campiest Talk Show, Goes International for 6th Season

We sat down with the show’s host Jonny McGovern to talk about the show’s meteoric ascent to fame...and lap dances.

GALAS Has Been Creating Community for 20 Years

Since 1998, L.A.’s queer Armenian community has found a home at the West Hollywood community center.

Outfest Shorts Just Became Eligible to Compete in the Oscars

Queers, start your engines!

WGA Nominates Dustin Lance Black, Among Other Queer Creators, for 2018 Awards

The LGBTQ+ community created some of its strongest work in 2017.