October 2017
A Body
To Die For
October 2017
A Body
To Die For
October 2017
A Body
To Die For
October 2017
A Body
To Die For

The Fabulous Allan Carr

Eighteen years following his death, Allan Carr makes his debut on the silver screen. Jeffrey Schwarz's documentary "The Fabulous Allan Carr" chronicles the life and career of one of the most influential gay men in entertainment. It's possible you don't know of Allan Carr, but knowing his contribution to Hollywood, Broadway, and entertainment is inescapable.

5 Vegas Halloween Tips

For the past 10 years I have run Skin City Body Painting - the biggest Body Painting company in the country - located right here in the Las Vegas Arts District!

DragCon'17 NYC

On September 9th & 10th, 2017, RuPaul’s DragCon NYC sashayed into New York’s Jacob Javits Center, and I was there to cover it for QLife Media!  In my 6 years of writing for our publications, this was by far the largest event I’ve attended, and the weekend was a whirlwind of activity!

Music Bear Tony Banks Eliminates The Cling This Summer with Hot New Single, “Static”

This week, Music Bear Tony Banks’ is releasing “Static,” the first single from his upcoming album, Yes, Homo.

David Adamany

David Adamany was the first openly gay president of an American university. He served as president of Wayne State University in Detroit and Temple University in Philadelphia. He was nationally recognized as a leader in higher education.

New York Nightlife: Retroclubnyc

My husband and I are both in our 50’s, and now tend to be homebodies.  In the time we’ve been together, New York’s nightlife scene has changed tremendously, and seems to be geared towards the millennial crowd.

P!NK Releases Title Track "Beautiful Trauma"

International pop icon P!NK has released the title track, "Beautiful Trauma"

One Vegas

Late last night Las Vegas became the site of the greatest mass shooting event in modern history.  For many in the LGBTQ+, this brings back memories of Orlando. As we assess the enormity of what has occurred, our family of LGBTQ publications have reached out to help tell the story we are unprepared to tell ourselves.

Oliver Mayer Preps "Yerma in The Desert" for the Stage

Critically acclaimed Los Angeles playwright & Professor of Dramatic Writing at USC School of Theatre, Oliver Mayer is readying to bring to the theater stage his new work, Yerma in The Desert. 

A New Life

I have a brain injury, the kind of brain injury that changes everything in my life. I was so many things that I am not now, because I can’t do all of the things that I use to do.

Sam Smith "Too Good at Goodbyes"

Following the breakout global success of his debut album, In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith's new single "Too Good At Goodbyes" is out now via Capitol Records.

Final Episode of Riley Parra Web Series Released

Christin Baker, owner of tello Films has released the final episode of her acclaimed web-series Riley Parra.

NGLCC Certifies 1000th LGBTBE

After 15 years of advocating for LGBT business owners and guiding the largest companies in the world towards more inclusive supplier diversity, NGLCC hit one of their biggest milestones yet: 1000 certified LGBT Business Enterprises® (LGBTBEs).

Meet Elizabeth Regen

OK, let me just start by saying that Elizabeth Regen is an AMAZING actress. It's true! I'm not just saying that. I recently saw her in a play in LA called "Where The Numbers End," written By Amanda Moresco, and she knocked my socks off. Or, more accurately, her dynamite, searing and powerful performance kicked me in the balls!