Eighteen of Chicago's parks are places for neighborhoods to congregate and enjoy summer entertainment. Residents and tourists alike may gather for community and culture with an evening of Shakespeare.
The 1964 Walt Disney classic film is brought to life in this fun musical that isn't just for kids.
Tribeca's Attic Theater stages Preston Sturges slightly jaded Cinderella story, set in a speakeasy.
Vincent Caruso's "Clueless," the incandescent John Henry McMahon-directed 30-minute one-act, may fuel an interesting conversation after the actors have taken their bows.
Addicted is taking risqué to a whole new level this summer with its new campaign featuring the porn boys of Bel Ami. The brand is meant for guys who want a little edge infused in their swimwear at more affordable prices.
Music from Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, and The Bee Gees lit up the night at Oil Can Harry's Disco Party. Every Saturday, this popular Valley bar gets down and boogies on the floor. Check out the fun photos.
The Pines Party celebrated this summer with a South Pacific theme with DJ's Chus+Ceballos and Susan Morabito. Sponsors of this year's event included Macy's, Coors Light, Steel Gym, Nasty Pig, HBO, Stonewall and more.
Craig Mann's Lava Lounge has taken Copa by storm. Check out the photos.
This past weekend was IndiGoGo at Underground Arts, featuring an over-the-top queer dance party, with dozens of performers, GoGos and spectacles including a spanking booth with Colby Keller and various rooms to explore.
The Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's "Wonder of the World" is suitably (sometimes sublimely) zany, but fails to convince.
Join Mike Diamond as he interviews filmmakers and other special guests of the 2014 Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, which was celebrating its 25th anniversary this June in Hawaii.
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