If you just want to kick back and watch TV, but can't shake off the FOMO, this weekend features tributes to The X-Files, Lost, and Modern Family. Also: Party like it's 1999, hear poetry like it's 1925, and eat pickles like it's Lower East Side Pickle Day, any year.
At the opening night of Douglas Carter Beane's The Nance--with Nathan Lane as a gay Republican who does swishy stage acts in 1937--Jesse Tyler Ferguson of Modern Family fame happened to sit next to me. (Lucky him.) So I nanced him up for this week's column. You'll see what Jesse had to say about th ... More >>
"One Night Stand: Creating a Broadway Musical In A Day is a really good documentary about the making of the 24-Hour Musicals, an annual event where an eclectic assortment of theater folk have one day to whip up short shows that are mounted for an audience the very next night. Just because they can. ... More >>
[See More Clips of the Day: The Battersby Crew Hates Brunch, Loves Fernet | When Hair Gets in Your Beer] In this absurd clip from Comedy Bang! Bang! actor David Cross plays chef Bellini Pastafangu, lover of green spandex and author of How to Cook Food.
Says the author: "You never catered to the LGBT community in the past very well, but now you seem to have abandoned them altogether, with the exception of your Drag Race fans.
Update: After the jump, we'll show you the church e-mail that confirms just about everything we were told by Jefferson Hawkins about this sudden ad campaign. The Church of Scientology bought network TV ad time in a big way this weekend. On Saturday, we started noticing Twitter users complaining tha ... More >>
And she deserves it. The hilarious, deadpan Judy Gold returns to the stage in The Judy Show--My Life As A Sitcom beginning June 30th at the DR2 Theater. I just called the lesbo-visible comic and got the gay lowdown on it. Me: Hi, Judy. Tell me about your wacky new show. Judy: It starts w ... More >>
With lesbian sex not only accepted but boring, what's left to outrage?
We will never own one of these. Whee, the 62nd Annual (Primetime!) Emmys have been announced. There aren't that many surprises: As usual, HBO rocks, as does Mad Men, True Blood, 30 Rock, Glee, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tina Fey. Losties may get another chance to see the objects of their affect ... More >>
Furry, oversize guys are befriending the gays
Federal law gives gay citizens with foreign partners tough choices: Leave the U.S. Lose your love. Break the law.
I'm gonna be in 3-D! Yep, I was one of the New York notables featured in a festive scene from the film debut of those lovable Smurfs that I watch on BOOM channel all the time.