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Think Pink: Topping Our List of People We Love for 2017

They took risks, defied expectations, spoke out, redefined cool and made us proud to call them members and allies of our community....

A Cinematic Docu-Mystery: The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson

In telling the story of Marsha P. Johnson, oscar-nominated director David France (How to Survive a Plague) also tells the story of the gay rights movement. Marsha was at the...

Claire Foy Returns as Elizabeth II in Season 2 of Netflix’ The Crown

Netflix is set to release Season 2 of its acclaimed series The Crown on December 8. The biographical drama, essentially evolved from the popularity of the writer Peter Morgan,...

Move Over, Chris Hemsworth; There’s Another Thor in Town

Drag Queen Thorgy Thor recently sat down to talk with us about what’s making news in her world— and there’s nothing newsier than the cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race...

Our List of Holiday Presents That Will Have Your Pets Begging

Our annual look at what’s going on in the world of our favorite furry friends. As animal companions become evermore integrated into our human families, it should come as no...

London Theater Comes to Broadway in Farinelli and the King

Oscar and Tony winner Mark Rylance will return to Broadway in the critically acclaimed Farinelli and the King. The play, written by Claire van Kampen and directed by John Dove,...

The People We Love: Who — and Why They Made 2017 Memorable

For over 15 years, it’s been a Metrosource tradition to end the year with a salute to a select group of People We Love. From a list of nearly 100 candidates, we carve out a...

Sure Things: Selected Events From November 30 to December 6, 2017

Explore your culture this weekend as the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art 926 Wooster St. debuts a new month-long exhibit, “ART & AIDS: 35 Years of...

In Music and in Life, Ani DiFranco Has the Best of Both Worlds

Twenty albums into an unprecedented career, the singular singer-songwriter shares how she crafts her music...

Uncle Howard: Offers a Touching Cinematic Tribute

A young filmmaker creates a cinematic elegy for the hero he lost to the epidemic. To the world, Howard Brookner was a rising Hollywood director who died of AIDS on the cusp of his...

He’s Making a List . . . of the Best Gay Yuletide Movies Ever

What to do while those yuletide treats are in the oven and you’re stringing popcorn together? Try a few not-so-well known gay holiday movies....

Streisand Storms the Stage One Last Time in Streaming Netflix Doc

Not many deserve to be called iconic. Lincoln? Yes. XTina? Not so fast. Caitlyn Jenner? No Way. But exceptions will be made for Barbra Streisand, who returns with a new Netflix...