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  • A Conversation with Johnny Diaz: Two Cubans Talking

    I met Johnny Diaz at the Barnes & Noble in Coral Gables where, not surprisingly, I found him working on his next novel. Though we only met once before, we soon got into a lively conversation about writing, living in South Florida, and being a gay Cubano.

  • Contestants Go ‘Under the Gunn’ in Lifetime Series

    From the creators of “Project Runway” comes the latest fashion competition series. With a new Emmy Award in hand, Tim Gunn takes the reigns as host of Lifetime’s “Under the Gunn,” which premiered January 16.

  • Isn't It Romantic? Jim Provenzano's Tales Of Love

    Author Jim Provenzano, whom I sometimes work with at San Francisco's Bay Area Reporter (Provenzano is the nightlife editor), is a hopeless romantic. He's also a staunch advocate for people with disabilities. In his 2012 novel "Every Time I Think of You," he chronicled the tender love story of Reid and Everett, two young men who fall deeply in love during the late 1970s. Everett, a paraplegic, is confined to a wheelchair, while Reid is fully able-bodied. The boys also come from opposite sides of the tracks — Everett is from a wealthy and influential family while Reid's parents are working-class.

  • Jennifer Hudson: Down to Earth Diva

    At only 32 years old, Jennifer Hudson has amassed an impressive collection of 39 awards, including an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress (Dreamgirls). But she hasn't let it go to her head. Hudson, who's joyous spirit is infectious, keeps her feet planted firmly on the ground beneath her.

  • Mary Lambert is Spilling Secrets: She'll Keep You Warm With New Single and CD

    Mary Lambert made history twice in the past year. First, she released the groundbreaking and heartwarming single She Keeps Me Warm, perhaps the first hit pop song about romantic love between two women. The song was sampled on Same Love, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' stunning, Grammy winning ode to marriage equality.

  • Meet the Director of "Five Dances", Alan Brown

    "Five Dances" is a lovely low-budget independent film from director Alan Brown, which SFGN recently reviewed.

  • SFGN Talks to ‘G.B.F.’ Star Michael J. Willett

    From a Little Debbie commercial to a number of roles on the small screen, Michael J. Willett, who many may remember as "Lionel Trane," on the Diablo Cody Showtime series United States of Tara, has added a new title to his ambitious resume.