Anyone who can make us enjoy cauliflower, is working magic.
“Any Day Now” is a remarkable — and remarkably affecting — film about a gay couple in 1979 Los Angeles involved in a custody battle.
You may know Morgan Levine as one-half of the party duo (along with Amber Hikes) that runs the popular Stimulus and Arouse parties, but the multi-faceted blond with the ever-present smile is so much more.
In “Nutcracker: The Motion Picture,” the narrator states: “In the language of this dream, in that palace of delight, we spoke with our whole selves .
Sometimes I wish there was a way you could hear as well as read this column — especially when I’m interviewing people who have distinctive ways of speaking or lovely accents that could make me rethink my lesbianism (or, in the case of female interviewees, cause me to blurt out unexpected marriage proposals).