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Sex, Power, Freedom, the King of Underwear Andrew Christian Talks Candidly About his Empire

Pounding the pavement of Los Angeles 20 years ago with a bag of hand-made fashion designs and a heart full…

Our Unlikely Gay Hero ‘The Babadook’ Returns to Theaters this Pride Season for Charity

When the storybook monster that scared its way to the top of the box office hit screens in 2014, no…

Top Five Emerging Gay Neighborhoods in America

When nobody thought Chelsea could be out-gayed, gay men and women started heading north where they essentially founded Hell’s Kitchen…

Business Profile: Chef, Author, Entrepreneur, and One Hot Tamale Susan Feniger

Celebrated chef, author, and entrepreneur, Susan Feniger has become legendary in Los Angeles for her award-winning restaurants CITY, Mud Hen…

The Unconventional Canvases of Keith Haring

Written by Duane Wells Stepping into the Armand Hammer Foundation Gallery at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles for…

For the Love of ‘Gram, Help This Couple Adopt a Baby

For all the joy it brings, adopting a baby is no small feat. Set aside the thousands-heavy price tag, and…

‘He Loved Publicity’ Said the Man Getting Ready to Auction Off Truman Capote’s Ashes

A Los Angeles–based auction house is placing the late author Truman Capote’s ashes up for sale, but as some people…

“An Oral History is an ongoing project of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Senior Services Department. This short film captures…

By Dan Allen Yesterday we told you about the unmissable feature films screening at this year’s Outfest, one of the…

By Dan Allen Outfest returns to Los Angeles tonight for its impressive 34th edition, with a huge lineup of more…

On Monday, a train filled with passengers disembarked from Downtown Los Angeles to Downtown Santa Monica, for the first time…

Discover Los Angeles has launched a brand-new campaign that hopes to attract the much-coveted millennial demographic. Through its “Get Lost…

Our stomachs are in knots just looking at these mockups of a 1,000-foot-hight glass slide that may make its terrifying…

Eddie Redmayne, the Academy Award nominee for his role as a pioneering transwoman in The Danish Girl, recently went to…

Last night, the 58th Annual Grammy Awards took place with performances from the industries greatest talents. The coveted Album of…

by Jimmy Im In high school, I was the designated mixtape DJ, and a damn good one. I knew what…

It has been a long time coming for riders at LAX in Los Angeles, California, to able able to utilize…

Jimmy Kimmel finally puts the age-old question to bed. Which is better: New York or Los Angeles? All he had…

West Hollywood is one of the all-time most-famous LGBT-styled cities in the world, with an endless number of gay-owned and…

Yesterday, the mayor of Los Angeles helped to roll out some 20,000 plastic balls called “shade balls” to help cover…

Each year MasterCard releases their Global Destination Cities, and this year, the most visited global city is once again London.…

by Jim Gladstone Perhaps the most prolific queer quipster working today, Justin Sayre has been writing a new set’s worth…

  The fourth album from the bird and the bee, Recreational Love marks the welcome return of LA-based pop duo…

To those of you dreaming of an exotic getaway without breaking the bank, good news is here – but you…

With an appropriately campy turn of phrase, the Los Angeles Times called Outfest “More than just a film festival, it’s a full-on happening.”…

MSNBC announced an original documentary series to run onmsnbc.com. In honor of LGBT Pride month, Fearless: How 10 LGBT Activists…

New Exhibit Explores the Life of Hollywood’s Golden-Era Heartthrob Tyrone Power

  Celebrate the life of Tyrone Power, the acclaimed screen idol of the 1930s-1950s, during his centennial birthday year. The exhibit,…

Appearing at The Hollywood Museum is an exclusive new exhibition called Reel to Real: Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in…

The largest LGBT pride in Southern California, LA Pride, is hoping to both advertise the family-friendly aspects of their annual…

If attending a 10-day festival packed with films, discussions, and parties sounds like a good start to your July, then…