'World Congress' of Homophobia Sparks Protests Down Under

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 1, 2014
The World Congress of Families, listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-gay hate group for its vicious rhetoric and support of discriminatory laws, convened in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, over the weekend.

Advance Screening of Horovitz's New Film 'My Old Lady'

By Michael Cox | Monday Sep 1, 2014
Gloucester Stage Company Founding Artistic Director Israel Horovitz hosts the only New England special pre-release screening of his new film, "My Old Lady" starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas to benefit theatre company.

The Tesseract School

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 1, 2014
As HALF LIGHT dawns for a second season, the curtain rises on a painter whose canvases show scenes of terror and death. Is this a visionary with a special gift -- or a man with a dark and diabolical plan?

Oakland Pride Clarifies: Hide Okay - As Long As It's Tanned

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 1, 2014
Oakland Pride kicked off its own event this weekend, but found itself embroiled in a near-tempest with media reports that the leather community had been disinvited.

Maxwell Davies: Resurrection

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 1, 2014

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad / Fun and Fancy Free

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 1, 2014

Charlie Crist Asks FL Gov. to Stop Defending Gay Marriage Ban

By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Aug 31, 2014
Florida's Former Republican Governor Charlie Crist has done a complete 180, now supports gay marriage, and has written an open letter to current Florida Governor Rick Scott asking him to stop defending the state's gay marriage ban in court.

Faces of Pride :: NYC Parties

By Robert Nesti | Sunday Aug 31, 2014
NY Pride was more than a weekend. Check out some of the parties both before and during the June event.

Jane Monheit

By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Aug 31, 2014

Houston Pastors Battle Lesbian Mayor's Gay Rights Ordinance

By Winnie McCroy | Saturday Aug 30, 2014
A group of pastors and congregants seeking a repeal for Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance have taken their case to the highest court in Texas.