The gay-father/straight-son comedy-drama “Beginners” is far too twee in its opening reel.
Presentation, poise, talent. These are the things that go into becoming Mr. Black Gay Philadelphia — and describe this week’s portrait, Shizz Elegance Smith. Currently on tour trying to “collect some more jewelry,” we spoke to Smith between engagements about how he won the crown and what it’s like being a celebrity hairstylist.
Ewan McGregor’s latest feature, the offbeat comedy-drama “Beginners” by writer/director Mike Mills, is a sophisticated look at gay life, as the film’s father figure, Hal (Christopher Plummer), lives openly after almost a half-century in the closet.
Actress and author Fran Drescher and real-life ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson have made the best of what had to have been an awkward situation: The two are using their post-divorce relationship as the inspiration for their new sitcom.
If you don’t catch JD Dragan’s exhibition June 24-July 30 at AxD Gallery, you probably won’t get the opportunity to see it again unless you’re willing to travel outside the city.
When listening to the passion in Peter Allen Prete’s voice as he describes the injustices LGBT couples face, you would think he’d just been told that he and his beloved would never be able to hitch the knot.
Daytime TV will lose a longtime soap-opera legend later this year when “All My Children” goes off the air after 40 years.
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Out singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Linda Perry takes a break from writing pop hits for the likes of Christina Aguilera, Pink and Gwen Stefani to get her garage-rock catharsis on with the help of drummer Tony Tanay.