From The Runway: 2(X)IST Spring/Summer 2015 All the looks from the new 2(X)IST collection (plus some bonus behind-the-scenes shots!)
Murphy's Muse: Finn Wittrock The American Horror Story star opens up about joining Ryan Murphy’s world and stealing scenes from Jessica Lange.
A Different Kind of Musical
The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes.
Lena Hall: More Than Hedwig’s Husband The Tony Award-winning actress discusses her three stage wives — Michael C. Hall, Neil Patrick Harris, and Andrew Rannells — and how she keeps things running smoothly
Gregg Araki On His New Movie & Being Gay In Hollywood Also: Ebola Vs. AIDS: My, Things Have Changed!
E Pluribus Kiesza ‘Hideaway’ singer Kiesza draws from an array of inspirations and life experiences to become music’s hottest up-and-comer.
The Gospel According to Benedict Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.
The Wedding Guide
Out.com is proud to present the wacky and wild (and absolutely true'although some names have been changed to protect the guilty) adventures of a 30-year-old guy in Hollywood who just wants to lose a few (dozen) pounds. And find eternal happiness and fulfillment. Is that too much to ask? Part Sixteen: Gonna Make You SweatAugust 14 2005 8:00 PM
The fall television season is rapidly approaching. Heck, the networks have been airing ads for some of these shows since May. While we know many of you are pining for the return of Desperate Housewives and Lost, here are a quintet of new series worth taking a look at. Commander in Chief Tuesdays, 9 p.m., ABCAugust 11 2005 8:00 PM
In the September issue of Out, we speak with Jesse L. Martin (Law & Order), Adam Pascal (Broadway's Aida), Rosario Dawson (Sin City), and Tracie Thoms, who all star in the screen adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Rent. (Martin and Pascal were in the original stage show; Dawson and Thoms are new to the material.) The movie, which hits screens just before Thanksgiving, features honest portrayals of gays and lesbians living in New York City's East Village set to a pop rock score.August 08 2005 8:00 PM
1. You only need one shower per day. Generally speaking. 2. Less frequent clothing changes mean less laundry. 3. That hopeful back-to-school-start-over-again-fresh mood. 4. That slightly melancholic autumnal feeling of regret that comes with the realization that another year has gone. 5. Artful cover-up of weight gain is much easier with fall fashion than with beachwear. 6. You can put away your white shoes and break out your vintage copy of Nat King Cole singing 'September Song.'August 04 2005 8:00 PM