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
Evil Head 2: Head Till Dawn Gay of the Dead The Sex Sense The Texas Chain Gang Gang Bang The Amityville Whore The (Cock) Ring The Bathhouse on Haunted Hill The K Hole The Circuit Party MassacreMarch 24 2005 8:00 PM
Green Apple is the new Raspberry All of you Boozy Suzies keep your eyes open and tumblers empty for the next flavor to hit the spirits market'green apple. This month, Bacardi addsMarch 24 2005 8:00 PM
This simple pinstripe shirt is wardrobe versatility at its best. Like a white cotton oxford, the Jagger B goes with practically everything'from more formal get-ups that require a blazer to casual attire with jeans or cargo pants. The vertical lines are slimming and will give your look a boost of hipness, style, and sophistication'depending on how you wear it. And as a layering piece, it is an unquestionable closet basic'a must-have! www.clubmonaco.com8:00 PM
Brent Hartinger is a lesson in perseverance. A longtime writer, He plugged away at his craft through 15 years of rejection slips. 'I was typing my fingers to the bone, but barely breaking even,' he says. (He once lived on $2,000 for nine months.) Then in 2001, he sold his first novel; The Geography Club, a story with a gay high-school age protagonist, was published in 2003 to critical acclaim. Then, in 2004, when Hartinger's second novel, The Last Chance Texaco, became a teen favorite, his place as a young adult novelist was secured.March 20 2005 8:00 PM
Christopher Sieber is a prince. Well, actually, these days he's a knight (Gallahad, to be precise) in the new Broadway hit musical adaptation of Monty Python and the Holy Grail: Spamalot. But after playing the prince in such musical fare as Cinderella, Triumph of Love and Into the Woods, a return trip to the court to turn on his natural charm is almost de rigueur for the handsome, out Sieber. As the blonde and dashing Gallahad, Sieber more than holds his own with comedy heavyweights Tim Curry, David Hyde Pierce, and Hank Azaria.March 20 2005 8:00 PM
1. The last book you read for leisure was Giovanni's Room'in high school. 2. You don't know who wrote Giovanni's Room. 3. You have absolutely no idea who or what the Mattachine Society, the Violet Quill, or ACT-UP/Queer Nation are. 4. You don't know who the first couple married in San Francisco last year are, and have no idea why they are more than 'two old dykes.' 5. Current events to you is knowing who is 'fat' in Hollywood. 6. You continue to deny that bisexuality exists. 7. You have no clue as to why calling women's genitalia 'fish' constitutes misogyny.March 17 2005 8:00 PM
In high heels and a tight skirt, J. Alexander, the premier modeling coach, is lending his expertise to season four of the hit UPN show America's Next Top Model. He talks to Out.com about fashion, models, and men in prison. How did you get started in fashion?March 16 2005 8:00 PM