Please allow me to start with a cliche. The films of Abbas Kiarostami contain multitudes.
Doctors orders will keep Liza Minnelli from performing this Sunday in Ptown. Alan Cumming will perform his solo show.
In the 2nd Story Theatre's production of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None," Charles Lafond plays a playboy who may be a victim of a serial killer. EDGE spoke to the young actor about appearing in the classic mystery.
Was anyone surprised Larry King didn't know what it means to be bisexual? Well maybe you were; it's 2014 after all.
In what may be the most inclusive "Big Brother" cast, homoeroticism on the CBS reality show continues to bloom.
A man from Maryland was charged with a hate crime after allegedly stabbing a transgender teen girl on a Metro train in Washington, D.C.
Take a blanket and a bottle of wine to Shakspeare on the Common. You can laugh at the buffoonery and enjoy the color and the costumes, but at its heart "Twelfth Night" is a scathing satire of a superficial, duplicitous and cruel society.
A gay doctor fell four stories from the balcony of his London apartment to his death this week.
The ingenious "Guardians of the Galaxy" is likely to be a late summer blockbuster. And it gave three of its stars - Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel and Dave Bautista - the chance to do something completely different.
A same-sex couple in Athens claims they were harassed and assaulted by at least 10 Greek police last Friday because they were holding hands.
Forget the whole witchcraft thing. The religious right has a whole new reason to hate the "Harry Potter" series of books.
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