In Kinky Boots, Lola's straight! No, gay! But sexless!
The everyman dancer astonishes again
One of late TV legend Dick Clark's top credits was hosting The $10,000 Pyramid, which had everyday people paired with celebs, team members giving their partner clues to guess the magic words lighting up on the screen. A friend of mine was on the show in the '70s and years later ran into Clark, givi ... More >>
If you're anything like us, you are currently in a post-Christmas morning hangover (and if you're really like us, you're experiencing an actual hangover as well). The living room is littered with wrapping paper, the tree is beginning to look stupid, and your father-in-law is sound asleep in h ... More >>
Sal MineoThese photos will really get you in a lather! You can thank our own Gregory Moore for them--but not right now, please. I've already got him on the phone so I can gush my gratitude. Photos of people getting clean have never been so delightfully dirty!
Boris Karloff, "The Girl From U.N.C.L.E." Thanks to Larry Myers for sending me the J.C. Suares-edited book, Hollywood Drag, which teems with these astonishing visuals.
"Moon River" by the river? Maybe not. An online petition is asking people to boycott the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy's August 11 Syfy Movies With A View showing of the 1961 classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, the Brooklyn Paper reports. Calling the film "horribly offensive" in the petition, ... More >>
Robert William Andrew Feller, who died yesterday of leukemia at the age of 92, was the greatest pitcher in baseball history. Well, he might have been. If not, he was damn close, and, if not, he would have been with a break or two. Feller made his major league debut in 1936 when he was 17, f ... More >>
One day, you're in. The next day, you're out. Then maybe you're back in--unless you decided to throw yourself out. Then you can't get back in, but someone who was out is now in. Somewhere, there's a blonde barking in German. Tears, so many tears. No day but today, and so forth. Runway rubber ... More >>
Oh, Jesse James. We at the Voice are so over people dressing like Nazis. Here's a tip, JJ: If Prince Harry apologized for it in 2005, it's a trend that's jumped the shark. (Personally, I thought it was over in 1945, but then I've never been into the military look ... Grey-green? Not my color. ... More >>
A killer lineup of classics with crime in the streets, cell block riots, and private hells
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Downtown theater and the 'Voice' grow up together.
At 84, Mickey Rooney's hardy, but not much like Andy Hardy
Natural disasters, an anemic economy, and Ah-nold. California, here we come.
Austrian directors push boundaries with global documentaries and transmedia translations
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Congress Brings the Crush Video Industry to Heel
The future looks blight