Now Out on DVD: ‘Tab Hunter Confidential’

October 2, 2016

“People always want to label people,” says screen-idol-turned-author Tab Hunter. “They want to think, ‘he’s like this’ or ‘she’s like that,’ or ‘they’re like this’— and that’s nonsense! The first line in my book — […]

Two Stars On The Sax Are Coming to K.C.

July 27, 2016

Touring together, two saxophone greats – David Sanborn and “out and proud” musician Dave Koz – will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Kauffman Center in Kansas City, Mo. “I can tell […]

Thought-Provoking ‘Test’ Explores the Early Days of AIDS

December 1, 2015

In mid-1980s San Francisco, any and every unusual mark – every blemish on your body – was cause for concern. This was the reality for scores of people worrying whether they had been exposed to AIDS and were seeing the lesions of AIDS-related Kaposi’s sarcoma. […]

‘In the Grayscale’ Captures the Push-Pull of Attraction

December 1, 2015

“When you’re gay, it’s real easy: If the person you like is gay, there are good chances, obviously. But if the person you like isn’t gay, well … accept that it won’t happen and that’s it – no stress,” Fernando tells his new boyfriend, Bruno, about picking a potential partner. “The stressful part is falling in love with someone who’s somewhere in the wide range of grays.” […]

Actor Creates His Own Roles

September 2, 2015

Todd Stroik, known for Big Gay Love, hosts an online series that offers advice about show business. Next up: He’s writing a musical, in which he’ll play Cupid. […]

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