Screen Savor: Holding Back the Years

Yoav (Oded Leopold), the main character in Yuval Hadadi’s “15 Years” (Breaking Glass) is...

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Local Prides Present Virtual Festival This Weekend

The COVID-19 pandemic may have forced Pride organizers to pull the plug this spring on local...

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Screen Savor: Three (cock)ring circus

Queer filmmaker/performance artist Rachel Mason gets personal with her new documentary “Circus...

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Screen Savor: Extra extra

Horror continues to rank among the most popular of cinematic genres.

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Screen Savor: Viral video

In a perfect world, it wouldn’t be lost on anyone that Bong...

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A&E: Local Photographer Gets Creative During Shutdown 

When Michael Murphy was forced to shutter his Oakland Park studio in the wake of...

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HBO’s New unscripted Drag Series Debuts April 23

“We’re Here,” a new unscripted series on HBO, highlights the talents of Bob the Drag Queen...

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Screen Savor: Big Gulp

According to Wikipedia, pica is categorized as “a psychological disorder characterized by an...

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What To Read: Bodies and Barriers

You woke up this morning feeling pretty good. That was quite a relief: in these...

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RuPaul Season 12: Aiden Zhane

Some of the biggest names that have emerged from RuPaul's Drag Race are from large...

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Where to Eat in Wilton During the Shutdown

UPDATED 05/13: It’s hard to believe that we’ve been on mandatory lockdown for...

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Director Confirms original Stars Will Return For ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel

(WB) As if we didn’t have enough reason to look forward to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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Sean Hayes on New Film, Saying Farewell To Jack

(WB) Even though he’s sheltering in place with his husband Scott Icenogle, this April is going...

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