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John Aravosis, Troy Iwata, Planet Word, Maple Pound Cake, Taqueria Xochi, Holidays at Hillwood, and the days of Apex.
In this week's issue, we talk to Sarah McBride and Brian Sims about the 2020 election and its historic wins.
In a special issue, we fully back Joe Biden for President, and ask the community how they're feeling about the upcoming election.
We celebrate the career of Cheyenne Jackson, whip up a Bloody Velvet Cake, and let the D.C. Ward 2 candidates have their say.
In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.
Indulging in our "candy crush" on Peppermint, Netflix's Social Distance and revisiting 2003 in pictures.
Director Joe Mantello talks about bringing the recent Broadway revival of the iconic gay classic from the stage to the screen.
An interview with Ritchie Torres, who will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. Plus arts, news, photos, more!
The stars of Bravo's Backyard Envy, reviews of Antebellum and Bright Lightx2's Fun City, and a look at the DC Shorts Film Festival.
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan’s Passing Strangers to Wakefield Poole’s Boys in the Sand.
An openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, Mondaire Jones is one the Democratic Party’s newest rising stars.
LGBTQ comic treasure Leslie Jordan talks about life, religion, the pandemic, and the perils of his very Southern accent.
Whether it’s her new Netflix special or writing for SNL, Sam Jay is building a comedy career that is as bold as it is masterful.
Our annual LGBTQ summer literary issue celebrating the OutWrite Festival in Washington, D.C. with prose and poetry from 14 authors.
Chase Strangio on the new doc The Fight, being a public face of the trans community, and why we can’t survive four more years of...