Riccardo Tisci Honored at Keep a Child Alive's Annual Black Ball The creative director of Givenchy receives humanitarian award from Alicia Keys' AIDS non-profit
What's Wrong With The McCarthys Chock-full of clichés, the pilot for this new sitcom about a gay Boston man-child is too much of a family affair.
Derek Jarman’s Art Conversation The pioneering filmmaker starts a conversation between tradition and identity
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay' He's the most prominent, and powerful, man in business to come out
Tom Ford Honored For AIDS Work At amfAR Inspiration Gala Rihanna, Miley, and many more celebrate the designer with a generous auction
Pina Bausch’s Epic Battle of the Sexes In 1978’s Kontakthof, the late German choreographer brilliantly skewered contemporary relationships. Nearly 35 years later, it still feels fresh.
Dreamgirls Director Bill Condon Takes On Side Show & Sherlock Holmes Plus: Sting's Ship has docked on Broadway
The Wedding Guide
Last week, Neil Cavuto ogled my pectoral muscles. On live television. On the Fox News Network. While millions of people watched. It was one of the most exciting things that has happened to me in years. But I should probably back up. It all began when my personal trainer e-mailed me and asked if a reporter from Fox News could call and ask me a few questions about the iPod-based training program that he'd begun marketing recently and which I used when I worked out on my own. It was really taking off and they wanted a 'real person' to talk about it.8:00 PM
When my swim-teammates first mentioned the Gay Games to me late last year, visions of drag queens racing in stiletto heels floated through my mind. Then I noticed how diligently all the guys on the team were preparing and I too began to strive for my best. Eight months later, I was trained, toned, and psyched. Ahead of me was a week in which I would compete with other gay athletes from around the globe, who had worked just as hard as I to be there. The following are five highlights from a week of competition that challenged and profoundly moved me.The 50m FlyJuly 30 2006 8:00 PM
We adore Valerie, the star of HBO�s �reality� series The Comeback, which followed her life as she climbed back up the rungs of Hollywood�s slippery ladder. In fact, some woman named Lisa Kudrow got an Emmy nomination for the show. With the DVD of the series hitting shelves August 1st, we lunged at the opportunity to speak with the woman herself, Valerie Cherish.Valerie, it was grueling work, but you took up yoga and even appeared on the cover of Be Yoga. How about posing for the cover of Out?July 30 2006 8:00 PM
Why are the gentlemen of the popular press so interested in George Michael's manhood? Why won't they leave it alone? In 1998, after stalking him for years, in a painful pincer movement with Beverly Hills Police Department's finest, they succeeded in catching him short in a men's toilet. Now they despatch a flash photographer to follow him up to Hampstead Heath's cruising area at 2am and then plaster the results all over the front page. No wonder Michael angrily turned to the snapper and snapped: 'Are you gay? No? Well f**K off then!'July 30 2006 8:00 PM
Anyone who has caught even a moment of the new season of Project Runway has no doubt laughed out loud at something Robert Best has said. Luckily, the designer is also extremely talented'if he weren't he wouldn't have been designing Barbie's dresses for the past 10 years. After the Utah native graduated from Parsons, where the series shoots, he spent time working for fashion luminaries like Donna Karan and Isaac Mizrahi before heading to the Left Coast, where he currently resides.July 25 2006 8:00 PM
Hard to believe that what began as a small-scale endeavor in a Noe Valley kitchen would go on to attract art world heavyweights like Annie Leibowitz and Rex Ray. San Francisco'based auction Art For AIDS originated 10 years ago, when a handful of artists assembled to sell their pieces to support friends living with HIV and AIDS. The annual benefit returns this August, boasting a new batch of breathtaking photographs and abstract paintings as well as a jury of recognized critics including DeWitt Cheng and Mark Van Proyen.July 24 2006 8:00 PM