’Party Monster’ Michael Alig to Leave Prison

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Club Kid icon Michael Alig is slated to leave prison next month after serving 17-years for the murder of fellow Club Kid Andre "Angel" Melendez in 1996.

"HIV Equal" Hosts Testing Event at Hartford G&L Health Collective

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 18, 2014
On Saturday, April 19 from noon to 5 p.m., the World Health Clinicians’ Anti-Stigma and HIV Testing Initiative "HIV Equal" will host a day-long testing event and photo shoot in the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective.

Somebody’s Party

By Juan Carlos Alvarez | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Singer/Songwriter Erik Hassle returns with his latest offering "Somebody’s Party", which is the Swedish vocalist’s latest EP, and it is what everyone will be talking about well into the summer.

The Act of Killing

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Documentarian Joshua Oppenheimer asked Indonesian death squad executioners to reenact their 1965 mass murders of over one million ethnic Chinese "communists."

The Railway Man

By Robert Nesti | Friday Apr 18, 2014
"The Railway Man" tells a fascinating story of war crimes and forgiveness, but never touches emotionally.

A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder - Original Broadway Cast Recording

By Kevin Kline | Friday Apr 18, 2014
The acting chameleon, Jefferson Mays, and Bryce Pinkham head a slapstick cast in this humorous musical of love and murder.

Bears

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 18, 2014
We don’t expect existential terror from a movie like "Disney’s Bears," but then, if we always got what we expected from movies, we wouldn’t have to go see them in the first place.

UK KFC Apologizes for Allegedly Booting Lesbian Couple for Kissing

By Robert Nesti | Friday Apr 18, 2014
A lesbian couple were allegedly kicked out of a KFC in Bath, England, after other customers complained about the women’s "heavy petting."

The King of Comedy

Friday Apr 18, 2014

Bullets Over Broadway

By Steve Weinstein | Friday Apr 18, 2014
You’d think a film as near-perfect as Woody Allen’s tribute to the Broadway theater world of the 1920s would be an indestructible vehicle for a Broadway musical. You’d be wrong.