Eric Thomas does Charm City proud with 'Crying on Television,' a hilarious new play at Everyman Theatre.
Wilson Cruz and Anthony Rapp have created an indelible, unforgettable married gay couple on "Star Trek: Discovery."
Three TV shows. Two tours. A double album. A book. A cosmetics company. And her own motel. What isn't Trixie Mattel doing?
Susan Morabito, Cherry's longest-running DJ, returns to play the Saturday afterhours as part of the event's 25th anniversary.
The star of "Hi, Are You Single?," Ryan J. Haddad is a gay man like any other in search of love, with one key difference.
A keynote speaker at Creating Change, ALOK has profound ideas on how the LGBTQ community can confront trauma and live authentically
Michael Feinstein on the Gershwins, country music, Liza, the secret to his relationship, and the trouble with Spotify.
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Green Lantern is one of the city's most beloved (occasionally shirtless) gay bars.
Meet John Roberts, the voice behind Linda Belcher, the unstoppable, buoyant matriarch on Fox's hit "Bob's Burgers."
Melanie Willingham-Jaggers is taking the reins of LGBTQ advocacy organization GLSEN in the midst of rising bigotry in schools nationwide.
One of the stars celebrating "50 Years of Broadway" at the Kennedy Center, Andrew Rannells reflects on his stage and screen career.
Murray Hill can trace his roots as a performer back to Wigstock, the seminal New York City drag festival organized by legendary queen Lady Bunny....
For Chef Kristen Kish, whipping up dishes on truTV’s Fast Foodies is all in a day’s cooking.
Olly Alexander on his new Years & Years album, performing with legends, and how he’s achieving his own maximum gay potential.
Michael R. Jackson on making history with A Strange Loop, the impact of Liz Phair, and why the show targets Tyler Perry