John Barrowman Kicks Off Commonwealth Games With Gay Kiss …And five other things you need to know today.
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Leveling the Field
Ira Sachs propels queer cinema forward with his latest drama, Love is Strange, pairing a post-gay story with indiscriminate empathy for everyone on screen.
A New Nuclear Family for John Benjamin Hickey In Manhattan, the out actor plays Frank Winter, a physics professor who helped create the atomic bomb
Why Do We Love Our Dogs? Benoit Denizet-Lewis on traveling with his dog Casey, the bisexual controversy, and why James Franco is making a film about his ex-gay friend
The Wedding Guide
As he was taking a break from tour rehearsals, I had the chance to speak with Andy Bell from Erasure about the band's new album, Nightbird, their 20-year legacy, and his courageous decision to come out publicly about his HIV status. Out: First off, I love the new album. It's a more grown up version of the old Erasure like Wild and Chorus. Was that a conscious decision to return to that sound?February 14 2005 8:00 PM
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 Three: What Happens In Vegas, Doesn't Always Stay In Vegas.February 13 2005 8:00 PM
With Spider-Man and the X-Men hitting new highs in storytelling on the big screen, we'd like to see some of our own represented. Here are our tips to Hollywood on where to begin with homo heroes. 1. Ranger Rick'This mild-mannered outdoorsman transforms into a randy ranger at nightly bear gatherings in the woods. 2. Amnesia Man'This superhero appears only when his alter ego is confronted by a trick he doesn't want to remember.February 10 2005 8:00 PM
While we have loved Tammy Lynn Michaels ever since she played bitchy Nicole Julien on Popular (not to mention her turn as a stalker on The L Word), many people know her solely as Mrs. Melissa Etheridge. Well, that's changing. After taking several months to be a fulltime mom to their kids, Michaels is back, playing yet another killer quirky role: Tess on the NBC comedy Committed. Tess, who lives across the hall from one of the main characters, plays the kind of nanny that would make Mary Poppins toss her tea and crumpets.February 09 2005 8:00 PM
How old is the universe? Are there other planets like Earth out there? We have asked these questions around campfires and in universities for centuries. Mark Legassie, a systems engineer and physicist for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, explores the answers through his work on the Spitzer Space Telescope and PlanetQuest programs.February 08 2005 8:00 PM
Who better to comment on the gay gossip insanity that's been swirling around Desperate Housewives star Marcia Cross than Out and Village Voice columnist Michael Musto, who has been covering the scene for 20 years. In this exclusive interview, we talk to Musto about the origins of gay rumors, how they spread, and what the juiciest one he's ever heard is. What do you think of the Marcia Cross rumors?February 08 2005 8:00 PM
ABC's Wife Swap has always had an edge. The reality show, on which the wives in two families are switched for a couple of weeks, has exposed the differences and prejudices between races, where people live, and socio-economic backgrounds. On what may be its most controversial episode ever, Kristine Luffey, 33, and Nicki Boone, 30, are a lesbian couple raising 8-year-old Elizabeth, Nicki's daughter from a previous relationship, in Arizona.February 07 2005 8:00 PM