Musicality – Taylor Buono, Mary Noyes

March 14, 2017

Tayler Buono Technically Single (The Remixes) E.P. (RCA) Tayler Buono is mostly known for her rendition of Justin Bieber’s song “Sorry.” However, she is much more than that. Her style of singing and overall song […]

A Road Trip in ‘Retake’ Comes with a Twist

March 14, 2017

Retake takes its audience on a journey of discovery, and whether it’s exhilarating, wonderful, or down-right painful depends on the person who’s viewing it. This intriguing new romance-drama, which is the full-length feature film debut […]

Youth in Motion Offers Films to Schools for Free.

March 14, 2017

Frameline, a nonprofit LGBTQ media arts organization, is sending its 2017 collection of two films about queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) to 1,020 registered schools around the country for free. Titled “Resistance & […]

Documentary Tells the Tale of an Adult Film Dynasty

December 13, 2016

These days, most people over 18 probably have at least one “adult-oriented” DVD (or even video) stashed away in their collection. For gay men, it’s probably from Falcon Studios, the largest and perhaps most prestigious […]

Unicorn’s ‘Octoroon’ is Uniquely Brilliant

December 5, 2016

  As 2016 winds down, the Unicorn Theatre is presenting its riskiest and most intellectually challenging play in recent memory. An Octoroon is a meta-deconstruction of theater, society, race, spectacle and cultural appropriation, as told […]

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