November 18, 2019 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

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GAY LA: When Catherine Opie Ruled LA

November 14, 2019

November 14, 2019

By Henry Giardina In the first season of the original “L Word,” art plays a bizarrely large role. For a...

Documentary Honors Los Angeles’ LGBTQ+ Vets for Veterans Day

November 11, 2019

November 11, 2019

In honor of Veterans Day, some LGBT Senior Veterans at the Los Angeles LGBT Center shared their stories and experiences...

GAY LA: Judy Never Really Left Los Angeles

November 2, 2019

November 2, 2019

How the queer Icon has shaped L.A. There’s no doubt about it: 2019 is the year of Judy Garland. In...

THEATRE PREVIEW: “Orry” Dishes Out Hollywood Gossip in Limited Run

October 26, 2019

October 26, 2019

In Gentleman George’s latest production, “Orry,” you’re invited to the funeral of three-time Oscar winner and Hollywood legend, costume designer...

Q&Slay: “What To Do Show” Advice Podcast

October 13, 2019

October 13, 2019

Can you introduce yourselves?  Hey!  I’m Aidan Park and this is my indefatiguable partner in podcasting and occasional shenanigans, Jamie...

GAY LA: Christine Jorgensen in Los Angeles

September 29, 2019

September 29, 2019

Meet the woman who changed everything. The Chateau Marmont is nothing short of an L.A. institution. Home (at one point...

THEATRE PREVIEW: “A Kid Like Jake”

September 26, 2019

September 26, 2019

IAMA Theatre Company opens its 2019-20 12th anniversary season with an award-winning play about a mother and father trying to do right...

Celebrate Bi Pride at Unicorn pARTy!

September 12, 2019

September 12, 2019

The Bi Task Force is passing the pink, purple and blue baton off to Good Trouble Makers – thus creating...

AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park Approved for Renovation

August 8, 2019

August 8, 2019

AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park has been approved for a renovation yesterday.  The Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks...

GAY LA – When Drag Was All the Rage (But Queerness Wasn’t)

August 6, 2019

August 6, 2019

Today, it’s not hard to find drag culture wherever you are. From VH1, to Netflix, to Twitter, the language of...