Hot and theme-y
This week's column is a romp through that other gay resort--Provincetown, Massachusetts--which is sexy, seafoody, racy, and endlessly entertaining. Here are Patrick McMullan's glorious photos from the trip, which capture the magic, the sass, and the fresh air.
Bits from Mary Gaitskill, Tao Lin, and Michael Cunningham
Michael Cunningham was fired from his job at the New York Department of Labor in August 2010 after working for the state for 30 years. The D.O.L. suspected Cunningham of committing time-sheet violations and once they accrued enough evidence to confirm their suspensions they terminated his emp ... More >>
Making The Boys--opening today--is Crayton Robey's documentary peering behind Mart Crowley's legendary 1968 play The Boys in the Band and its impact in bringing the world out of the closet in terms of gay life. I'm one of the film's chattering experts, along with Paul Rudnick, Michael Cunn ... More >>
Theres always a happy ending
Meet the screw-ups of [you] Ruined It For Everyone!
Weekend trips to cultured places
Chick-flick genre to Evening: Why you gotta make us look bad?
Rehab as a beautiful experience, plus cracks about pies. Psst! Ted Haggard was a top.
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
After years of neglect from the mainstream, queer lit undergoes a renaissance
Our 25 favorite books of the yearfrom teen sex diseases and Aztec slaughterhouses to Kiss riffs and juvenile tambourinists
Remembering anthropologist Tobias Schneebaumand other members of an unconventional salon
In his triple-tiered follow-up to The Hours, Cunningham moves from Woolf to Whitman
Two Clans Dis Function; Two Directors Make It Work
Meghan Daum's Prairie Days
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren