Solo albums can either be the death knell of a group that has an obvious star chomping at the bit to break out (Jackson 5, Fleetwood Mac, New Edition) or just a temporary distraction for a member of a successful group to get his artistic rocks off (Mick Jagger, Phil Collins).
“I feel very fortunate in that dance chose me and it was a calling,” said Edgeworks Dance Theater founder Helanius J.
Perhaps the most anticipated queer film of the year, “Milk” was more than a decade in the making.
“Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom,” opening today at Ritz Landmark Theatres, is an entertaining feature film based on Patrik-Ian Polk’s TV series about four out African-American friends.
Short fiction by two gay authors — the established Jim Grimsley and newcomer Craig Laurance Gidney — are now in bookstores, offering readers a diverse — if uneven — assortment of styles and genres.