Metro Weekly

Arts + Entertainment

  • Living Inharmonious

    American cities have carried on a love affair with gays and lesbians for much of the past thirty years. It's no secret that cities covet...

  • Singular Senstion

    Tunesmith: Smith as Kleban Chances are you've never heard of Ed Kleban. But after seeing A Class Act, chances are extraordinarily good that you'll never...

  • Ambiguously Gay

    Robbie Williams and Jay-Jay Johanson are finding it a challenge to make it in America, but remain popular in the gay arena Robbie Williams Escapology...

  • The Good and the Bad

    Danny takes self-involvement to numbing levels, while Yossi & Jagger delights with true romance One of the problems with narcissism as a character trait is...

  • Cho Time

    She's the one that we want: Cho. Margaret Cho can't be stopped. At 34 years old, she's spent half a life hopping from stage to...

  • Soundwaves

    To the students in the Winter Semester “Advanced House DJs” seminar: School's out, and you're anxious to get to your next big gigs, or to...

  • A Soldier's Story

    Despite occasional lapses into political diatribes, the core romance of Soldier's Girl fuels a tragic story The problem with political rants is they get pretty...

  • Mann's Men

    Best-selling gay author William J. Mann may have a reputation for scripting steamy narratives, but he has a confession to make. ''Sometimes sex scenes are...

  • Time Warp

    Elliott Green needs his morning coffee breaks. Ritualistic, (''Sip, bite, read...something about Madonna '') they're all he likes about his job as an admin assistant...

  • Soundwaves

    W.M.D.s IN YOUR COMPUTER… We almost exclusively focus on CDs in this space, because that's how we primarily listen to dance music. And that's what...

  • Virtual Heaven

    Matrix Reloaded is a spectacular act of cinema that makes all other modern day blockbusters seem undernourished. It doesn't have the emotional brute force of,...

  • Family Ties

    Skillful direction and an able cast help elevate The F Word to a status it might not otherwise deserve Full disclosure: the day I attended...

  • Oh, Daddy!

    The comic who got his start on Saturday Night Live seems content to remain ensconced in mediocre family entertainment.      Eddie Murphy is a master...

  • Up the Creek

    Well past its prime, teen soap opera Dawson's Creek calls it a day Last Call: Dawson's Creekbids farewell. As filming wrapped on the series finale...

  • Forging His Path

    When Juan Carlos Rincones arrived in Washington from Venezuela in 1980 to start his freshman year at The George Washington University, dancing was the furthest...