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
Laverne Cox In InStyle: 'I’m a Self-Made Woman in Every Sense of the Word' The actress-activist looks stunning in the November issue of the magazine
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.
Opera Singer Aubrey Allicock Stars In The Death of Klinghoffer In the Metropolitan Opera staging, the gay baritone plays Mahmoud, a Palestinian terrorist. Allicock tackles the controversy surrounding the production—and explains why everybody should see it.
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.
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Watch Comedy Central's new show The Sarah Silverman Program and you'll get to see the sly comic playing 'a kind of intensified version of me'with a heightened ignorance and arrogance.' Silverman, whose stage show and film Jesus Is Magic had us doubled over with laughter, never steers away from the politically incorrect, even when it comes to the gays she loves so well. Here are some outtakes from our interview with Silverman in Out's March issue.February 06 2007 8:00 PM
Dr. Schwartz's Cherry Vanilla Bitters From The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics (Chronicle Books) by Jeff Hollinger and Rob Schwartz 2 tsp quassia 2 tsp cardamom seeds 1 tsp anise seed Pinch gentian Pinch cassia 1 tsp grated ginger 3 cups 100-proof Rye, preferably Rittenhouse 1/2 cup Cherry Bark 5 vanilla beans 3 cups water Instructions: 1. Toast quassia, cardamom, anise, gentian, and cassia in a dry frying pan over medium heat for a few minutes until fragrant.February 06 2007 8:00 PM
Taking a note from the catwalks of Europe, Gilded Age showed its latest collection in a more interactive and dynamic way. With a set resembling a scene from the early 1900s and a constant revolving door of boys, there was hardly a dull moment. I don’t know about you, but I never saw a paper boy that looked quite like these guys.February 05 2007 1:48 PM
We love LOVE Duckie. This season was chock-full of amazing cuts, wonderful colors, and the modern luxury they’ve become known for. I couldn’t get enough of the nouveau cummerbunds and accents of green and orange. And check out the gloves! Kudos to the Duckie boys. FYI: I’m sample size :)February 05 2007 1:41 PM
Mao magazine is notorious for having extravagant and over-the-top parties (which is long hand for “Freakshow!”). But we’re always game for some interesting eye candy, and Mao knows how to deliver. We got a human chandelier (which is fast becoming the costume du jour), some alarmingly underdressed laydeez, and a Debbie Harry look-a-like… And that was before the main entrée—a band clad in garbage bags and flanked by a couple of topless girls (one looked to be about 10 years old) covered head-to-toe in body paint. And did we mention the incredible highlights!February 05 2007 1:18 PM
The girls and boys were out in full force for the Miss Sixty after-party at 7 World Trade Center, including Chris Wile, Director of Advertising and Marketing Services, Prada (above left) and Garrett Montoya. This has become one hot happening spot since Calvin Klein had its party here last season. The Lucite bar was free-flowing with Svedka vodka and Tab Energy drinks. Once you got your groove on, you could dance and twirl to the music on the dance floor.February 05 2007 11:31 AM
Menswear designer Tim Hamilton (left) is fashion’s newest darling! His presentation brought editors, celebrities, artists, and fashionistas to a frenzy at the launch of his collection at Bergdorf Goodman. His attention to detail and impeccable tailoring will bring out the inner prep in you. Tim is one American designer to watch out for—get your slim-fitting polo with patch details now!February 05 2007 11:24 AM
Photo: Nicholas Wagner (from the December issue of Out)February 05 2007 6:26 AM
Lea DeLaria has starred on Broadway (On the Town), been featured in films (Edge of Seventeen), and recorded multiple jazz albums. But this dyke delight returns to her stand-up roots in the DVD release of Outlaugh! a comedy concert film of the first queer comedy festival in which she performs alongside such comics as Bob Smith, Sabrina Matthews, and Jason Stuart. We cornered DeLaria for a few questions. Having performed live all across the country, what's the strangest fan encounter you've experienced?February 04 2007 8:00 PM