“I’ve never seen so much hostility in a demonstration before,” King said. “And I’ve been all over the South.”
January 15, 2020
The pods that were so diligently planted are beginning to sprout.
Originally published January 10, 1995
“Jewish children in years to come may live much like my parents, with a subtle but consuming sense of dread. America could yet turn out to be not so different from the Old World my grandparents fled.”
January 4, 2020
“I would like to create characters that will resonate a century from now, even to people who are not living in a gay subculture or under the gun of bigotry.”
December 2, 2019
At the very moment when our pride is at its peak, our political agenda is in jeopardy. Even as we celebrate our visibility, we need to hear the slamming of the closet door, if only to wedge it open.
June 10, 2019
Discovering the ‘harrowing chic’ of the the Velvet Underground’s first album
September 26, 2018
With William Friedkin’s long-controversial thriller screening this week at the Quad, we look back at its turbulent legacy
March 21, 2018