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A postcard-pretty portrait of feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Julie Taymor's "The Glorias" fails to deliver
"Antebellum" struggles to find a lasting message in its red-herring-filled motive
Carson Kressley co-hosts two-hour special celebrating LGBTQ community and frontline workers
The spring and summer movies you need to see -- and a few you should definitely avoid.
Levy to be honored alongside Janelle Monáe at HRC's 2020 Los Angeles Dinner on Mar. 28
The Human Rights Campaign will honor singer, songwriter, actor, producer and activist Janelle Monáe with its HRC Equality Award at the 2020 HRC Los Angeles...
A magnetic presence onscreen, Erivo captures Harriet Tubman's nerve, guile, and iron will
Thorne had previously come out as bisexual, but realized her pansexuality after someone explained it to her
In a year defined by artistic transformations, we round up 2018's best music
R&B artist had previously dropped hints about her sexuality, but had played coy for "fear of being judged"
Packed with simmering emotional resonance, Moonlight is, without question, the finest motion picture of the year
2013 was a great year for music, if you knew where to look for it. Sure, the pop charts were generally loaded with a lot...
As the year rapidly winds to a close, it’s time to look back at the best music that 2013 had to offer. This was not...
“Tonight you will dance or die,” an announcer said at the top of Janelle Monae’s truly electric show this past Monday night, Oct. 14, giving...
Yesterday, we told you about Janelle Monae. Turns out, she’s not the only talented female singer-songwriter coming to the Lincoln Theatre in October — with...