Out writer Liz Spikol is certainly no stranger to opening up her life to readers.
Shane Michael Duncan has a movie-star name and a personality to match. I spoke to Mr. Fierce for a moment after SundayOUT!, where I found him cutting up a storm.
Theater An Evening Without Woody Allen 1812 Productions presents the world-premiere comedy featuring short stories and essays by Woody Allen, through May 16 at Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey St.
Holy freakin’ frijoles!
Somebody, somewhere must have reached into the dark corners of our subconscious minds and pulled one of our wildest event fantasies out.
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Openly gay and absolutely brilliant guitar player King continues to amaze on her latest album, “Junior,” which finds her pushing further into the sonic extremes she’s established on previous albums.
If you’re looking to be primped and pampered like a movie star or even a president — George H. W. Bush once personally called down for a massage — Ettore Spa in the Marriott Hotel is the place to go. The spa is run by Gary and Ettore Mastroddi, one of the city’s most famous sets of gay twins. I stopped by to speak to Ettore (aka Eddie) about life as a twin and what’s new in the beauty biz.
FRIDAY Who Do You Think You Are? The show produced by out actor Dan Bucatinsky is this week looking into the family history of Spike Lee.
Theater August: Osage County Academy Award-winner Estelle Parsons stars as Violet Weston, a pill-popping, deeply unsettled woman dealing with the disappearance of her alcoholic husband and her extended family in this dark comedy, through May 2 at Forrest Theater, 1114 Walnut St.
FRIDAY Who Do You Think You Are This week, the show produced by out actor Dan Bucatinsky looks into the family history of Susan Sarandon.
Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie” is back for a second season of all the wicked drama it can muster.