Faulkner is the Venice-based Band with a Message

We spoke with Dimitri Farougias of the L.A.-based band on the importance of music, connection, and open-mindedness.

The Abbey’s Heel On Wheels Steamrolls Through L.A. for Redbull Soapbox Race

The Redbull Soapbox Race offered up the high-octane pitch one would expect from any drag show at The Abbey.

Beverly Hills Hair Group Makes Cutting Edge Technology a Priority

The team at Beverly Hills Hair Group is at the forefront of innovation.

Queer Expectations for Beautycon L.A.

Was this L.A.'s queerest Beautycon yet?

That’s So Cool: The Skinny on CoolSculpting

We took a trip to Koreatown to see what the Debra Messing-approved procedure is all about

In “Staircase,” Two of the World’s Most Prestigious Actors Played Gay Lovers

“Richard Burton and Rex Harrison play what?”

Issa Rae’s “Fruit” Zooms in on One Man’s Sexuality

“Fruit,” a podcast produced by Issa Rae, is a fictional story that tells its story across two seasons.

The Varsity Gay League is Bringing Its A-Game

Ten years after Will Hackner started his Varsity Gay League, he’s still seeing the impact it’s made on L.A.’s queer community.

Cuties Coffee Opens Brick and Mortar Location

Cuties Coffee is officially open for all your community needs

Dita Von Teese’s “Art of the Teese” is Pure, Unmissable Opulence

The L.A. local is ending her tour at home in Los Angeles.

This Sex Toy-Themed Instagram is Beautifying L.A., One Dildo at a Time

Who among us hasn’t felt possessed by a “Superbad”-reminiscent desire to draw dicks everywhere they go? Well, a new Instagram account called @hardwarelosangeles is encouraging the urge by glorifying the all-American dildo in its many shapes, sizes, and colors at various locations throughout town.

What’s Happening: July 14- 25

The best goings-on in and around LA, period.

How Pat Rocco Documented the Male Body, and the Start of L.A.’s Queer Resistance

This essay is part of a series on Queer underground cinema in the ‘60s.

What’s Happening: June 30- July 16

Culver City Centennial Food and Wine Festival WHEN: July 2, 4-8 p.m. WHERE: 6333 Bristol Parkway, Culver City WHAT: What better way to celebrate Culver City’s sweet...

Long Before Arclight, Cinematheque-16 Was the Place for Queer Art Cinema

This essay is part of a series on queer underground cinema in the ‘60s.