Adventure, parties and sun in Spain’s Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands of Spain, located in the western Mediterranean Sea, have been in the crosshairs of many rulers, from The Vandals of A.D. 461, to the Byzantine Empire, to the Kingdom of Aragon. Many landmarks, like the imposing Gothic Cathedral in Mallorca and the salt marshes in Ibiza are reminders of their ancient history [...]

Can ‘Oscar’ get it wrong?

Feb. 22, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will give out its coveted Oscars, long relished as the highest honor in filmdom. Then, we will know the very best movie of 2014, right? Let’s just say the answer is not always … yes. But how could ‘Oscar’ ever be wrong? Keep in mind [...]

Forty-nine and fresher than ever

For 2015, Glendale, Ariz. hosts Super Bowl XLIX and, unlike in years past, caps off a season of controversial calls, wife beaters, a dog mishandlers quasi-redemption and, oh, yes, the NFL’s very first openly gay player. Sam he is. But if you want to chop through the thicket of information screaming for your attention on [...]

San Diego: A premier destination for theater

New York isn’t the only place to catch Broadway caliber theater. San Diego has top-notch talents including, actors, directors, playwrights and musicians, just to name a few. Did you know, San Diego has produced and sent more shows to Broadway than any other city in America. The hit musical Jersey Boys, which won multiple Tony [...]

The 12 Woofs of Christmas

Breaking down the myths about male bisexuality

The Bisexual Resource Center and most bisexual people would agree that there is a great deal of misinformation about bisexual people, and particularly about bisexual men. This is due, in part, to a shortage of opportunities to hear bisexual people speak for themselves. Now a new book, co-edited by Robyn Ochs and H.Sharif Williams, makes [...]

EXCLUSIVE! John Waters: Separating man from myth

John Waters

He’s known as the “Baron of Bad Taste” and the “Sultan of Sleaze”. His early films are cult classics and introduced the world to Divine’s outrageous character portrayals – who can forget the dog-feces-eating scene in Pink Flamingos? Of course, I’m talking about the legendary director, actor, screenwriter, stand-up comedian and author, John Waters. My [...]

Culture Club — then, now … and forever

Boy George has reunited with the band that brought him international stardom, Culture Club, for a new tour and album which is preceded by the lead single “More Than Silence”. With a career spanning over 30 years, the Grammy Award-winners first shot to international stardom in the 1980s as one of the U.K.’s biggest exports [...]

Something ‘Wicked’ this way comes

Many might say that if you haven’t heard of the Tony Award winning musical Wicked, that you must have been living under a rock for the last 11 years. But if for some reason a house has unexpectedly dropped on you and you don’t know about Wicked the musical, here’s a brief rundown of the [...]

Sam Harris … just a ham at heart

If Sam Harris isn’t a household name at this point, he should be. How many people can say they participated in the first season of Star Search (the ‘80s version that sparked American Idol and The Voice), created and wrote an ‘80s sitcom, starred on Broadway and was nominated for a Tony Award and wrote [...]

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