All posts tagged "television"

  • Here in the Real World

    When word came that the nation's capital would become a part of the real world – make that The Real World – it was only...

  • World Wonder

    While it may be four decades since her iconic character first twirled her way across American television sets, when Lynda Carter flashes her smile at...

  • Out in the Wild

    Jake Nodar discovered his love of horses when he was just a little boy, toting his ''My Little Pony'' -- the butch version, in navy...

  • The Producer

    Larry Allen's parents did not panic when they heard he was going to spend a year and a half working in Iraq. ''My mom and...

  • Jen Christensen

    ''Gay men are icky and that's what our audience would think.'' At least, that's the response Jen Christensen, 36, says she got from a former...

  • Javier Morgado

    In middle school, Javier Morgado was obsessed with local TV news. ''I remember watching in the afternoon and being completely obsessed with how it...

  • Ted Ahead

    Ted Allen When it comes to cooking, it's not as hard as it looks. Take Ted Allen's pan-roasted salmon with tomato vinaigrette on a bed...

  • Naked Gunn

    He materialized on the scene in 2004, seemingly out of thin air, this maven of style and taste. The show, Project Runway, was the gilded...

  • Arc of Progress

    I spent last Saturday in a video-watching marathon with Noah's Arc, the black gay dramedy that ran for two seasons on the Logo channel. I...

  • Something to Talk About

    If you've ever caught any of the episodes from the third season of BET's College Hill, a reality show about eight black college students, you...

  • Living Out Loud

    On the surface, an openly gay actor, one who majored in musical theater in college, may not run against the grain. But Eric Millegan is...

  • Cybill Rights

    How can you not love Cybill Shepherd? From her stunning on-screen debut as the sexually manipulative Jacy Farrow in 1971's The Last Picture Show to...

  • Spreading the Word

    Pam Grier enjoys being something you don't expect. She is, after all, the iconic star of such '70s blaxploitation action classics as Coffy and Foxy...

  • Shining in the Spotlight

    The spotlight that usually shines on Doug Spearman, whose roles include playing Chance on Logo's Noah's Arc, is the kind associated with Hollywood glitz. But...

  • Christine Baranski

    METRO WEEKLY: How did the performing bug bite you? CHRISTINE BARANSKI: It's hard to exactly pinpoint, but the fact is that my paternal grandparents were...

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