This week the contestants had to read each other and then had the chance to become stand up comedians. Find out what Chante and Sashay have to say!
Hey Drag Racers! What do you think of Season 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race? Check out what we think and then sound off!
There has been more farewell shows at Q Lounge than Cher has ever seen-yet the doors remain open. Just to dispel the myth-YES! Q LOUNGE IS REMAINING OPEN!
The other night at a comedy show, two of my peers used anti-gay epithets from the stage. And it wasn’t in the context of some brilliant bit of satire. It was just, "What a faggot" and "that guy’s being a fag." I sat through three utterances and then I got up and walked out. Before too long, I had to come right back, though, because I was set to host another comedy show at the same venue afterward. It was awkward. One of the comics who used the epithets offered an apology, but I didn’t let him off easy, because he said things like "You didn’t have to walk out" and "I’m sorry you were offended."
It was just Valentine’s Day, which is supposed to be the most romantical of days, right? Then why did my brother just get dumped by his live-in girlfriend and why have two of my coworkers just broken up with their boyfriends in the last week? What gives, yo?
Welcome readers to my first fitness page. I hope that you follow my advice to build a better lifestyle through knowledge of training techniques, healthy foods, supplements and nutritious recipes.
How would Carrie Bradshaw put it? “Friendships are like strappy sandals. They carry you through life, they bring comfort, they broadcast the colors of your personality to the world, but sometimes, even your favorite pair of strappy sandals can wear out, or worse, go out of style.”
It’s not often that a rock musical asks it audience to ponder the end of days. Yet Coming: A Rock Musical of Biblical Proportions not only challenges assumptions of good and evil, but offers original music and choreography to gets its point across.
Community activists have a history of mainstreaming the marginalized, sheltering the dispossessed, and empowering the powerless. Gloria Casarez has followed this path all the way to City Hall, where, as Mayor Michael Nutter’s director of LGBT affairs, she has one foot in the corridors of authority and one still in the activist tradition.
Gordon Schwinn, the lead character in William Finn’s ‘A New Brain’, is fighting to stay alive from the moment he first sets foot on stage. The musical, which is being given an invigorating, insightful local production by Plays & Players, follows Gordon as he faces hospitalization and surgery for a seemingly terminal brain defect, all while struggling to continue his craft of songwriting and balance his fraying relationships. Just another fun-filled evening of singing and dancing, right?