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  • Popnography Go Behind the Music of Dangerous Muse

    A new documentary tells the story of Mike Furey

    April 15 2014 10:55 AM
  • Fashion Springs Looks From L.A. Fashion Week

    Check out some looks from the Macy's runway show at Rock OUT, L.A. Fashion Week 2014

    April 15 2014 10:10 AM
  • Power 50 The 8th Annual Power 50

    Who has it? How do they wield it? Whom does it affect? Our ranking of the most influential LGBT voices in American culture.

    April 15 2014 9:00 AM
  • Power 50 Power 50

    Who Has It? How Do They Wield It? Whom Does it Affect? Our Ranking of the Most Influential LGBT Voices in American Culture.

    April 15 2014 8:58 AM
  • Power 50 Finding Fortune: Tim Cook

    The soft-spoken tech guru might be the most powerful gay man in the world — or at least in the digital hemisphere.

    April 15 2014 8:57 AM
  • Power 50 Finding Fortune: Tom Ford

    After decades in the shadows of legendary fashion houses, Tom Ford is more than ready for his close-up.

    April 15 2014 8:57 AM
  • Power 50 Anderson Cooper: Finding Fortune

    The out CNN anchor did more than just live up to the legend of his prominent parents — he created a unique legacy all his own.

    April 15 2014 8:55 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: SIMON HALLS & STEPHEN HUVANE

    Founders, Slate PR, 50/53Halls has three sons with his actor partner Matt Bomer, but it’s his business partnership with Huvane (brother to CAA’s Kevin) that keeps him in the spotlight, thanks to a roster of talent that includes Neil Patrick Harris, Jude Law, Ryan Murphy, Brett Ratner, and Tom Ford. These guys are pulling the strings behind the scenes and keeping the ball rolling.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:41 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: RUPAUL CHARLES

    Actor/Producer/Author, 53By now, one would expect RuPaul to have passed the mantle of America’s Drag Queen Superstar to one of the six queens he has crowned on RuPaul’s Drag Race, but he has no plans to slow down. While he’s setting ratings records for Logo TV, he’s topping the dance charts with his sixth studio album, Born Naked, back as the face of MAC Cosmetics, and is partnering with ColorEvolution to launch his own makeup line. Someone should warn Tyra Banks—but it’s Oprah who should take notice.

    April 15 2014 8:41 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: CHUCK WOLFE

    CEO, the Victory Fund, 51The organization has a simple objective: Get LGBT leaders elected into public office. As its head, Wolfe levels the playing field, helping leaders from both sides of the aisle win votes and take office. Although not all the candidates they endorse eventually get elected, many do — such as Houston’s Annise Parker.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:41 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: ROBERTA KAPLAN

    Lawyer, 47Edith Windsor led the charge against the Defense of Marriage Act, but Kaplan was the force behind the icon. Her arguments in front of the Supreme Court broke down the country’s most egregious law, and her efforts afforded Americans equal rights throughout the country, making her a national hero. She has been recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers by the National Law Journal.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: JENNA LYONS

    President & Executive Creative Director, J. Crew, 45The creative director of the preppy brand continues to clothe America, but also made her acting debut on Girls this year as an Anna Wintour–esque magazine editor, giving the ice queen treatment to Lena Dunham’s character (and then firing her without batting a lash). We want more!Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: NICK DENTON

    CEO, Gawker Media, 47With old media getting savvier and BuzzFeed on the rise, Denton has seen his digital media empire threatened once again by powerful adversaries. A lawsuit by Quentin Tarantino against Gawker Media for copyright infringement is publicity that would have burnished the upstart’s cheeky reputation in the past, but it’s getting more and more difficult to outrun the competition.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: BRYAN LOURD & KEVIN HUVANE

    Managing Partners, CAA, 53/55They have the biggest clients in Hollywood — including Clooney, Madonna, Kidman, and Oprah — so of course their power is immense. Lourd also serves as director of Barry Diller’s IAC, which oversees a huge portfolio of websites (including some that dictate your dating life). Both Huvane and Lourd are important supporters of amfAR.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: TIM GILL

    Philanthropist, 60After inventing an impressive computer program, Tim Gill turned a $2,000 loan from his parents into a megafortune. Afterward, Gill threw himself into philanthropy, creating the Gill Foundation in 1994. Since then, the organization has donated hundreds of millions to nonprofits, advocating for the LGBT community and those affected by AIDS.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: FRANK OCEAN

    Musician, 25The singer-songwriter was named one of Time’s Most Influential People of the Year last year, but he’s since taken a step back from performing after a vocal cord injury. Luckily, his collaborations with power couple Jay Z (“Oceans”) and Beyoncé (“Superpower”) have kept him firmly grounded in the musical landscape. His follow-up to the Grammy-winning Channel Orange is slated for a late summer release.

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: MEGAN ELLISON

    Film Producer, 28 The bisexual daughter of Larry Ellison (the fifth richest man in the world) is becoming a Hollywood powerhouse, having financed a string of critical hits, including the Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal film Zero Dark Thirty. This year, she became the first woman and the fourth person ever to receive two best picture Academy Award nominations in the same year, for her work with American Hustle and Her.

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: CHRIS HUGHES

    Publisher and Editor in Chief, The New Republic, 30

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: MARC JACOBS

    Designer/Businessman, 51After 16 stellar years at the creative helm of Louis Vuitton, Jacobs parted ways with the company to focus on the IPO of his own brand. Two high-profile campaigns with Miley Cyrus and Jessica Lange are already foreshadowing an exciting new era for the designer as his empire continues to expand.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:40 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: DUSTIN LANCE BLACK

    Screenwriter/Activist/Producer, 39

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: NATE SILVER

    Statistician/Journalist, 36Silver’s announcement that he would leave The New York Times and join ESPN, bringing his FiveThirtyEight blog with him and becoming its editor in chief, caused shockwaves. The new site’s focus is “data journalism,” according to Silver, and will cover sports stats, of course, along with predictions on anything else that strikes his fancy—from politics and social causes to science and Mexican food.

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: TOM FORD

    Designer/Businessman, 52Proof that Ford is entering the realm of pop culture: Jay Z gave him more than a name-check on his latest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail; he wrote an entire song about him (highlight: “I don’t pop molly, I rock Tom Ford”). Ford returned the favor with a fall collection echoing the rapper’s lyrics. Meanwhile, the launch of his new men’s grooming line last year was a success.

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: SUZE ORMAN

    TV Host/Author/Financial Advisor/Entrepreneur, 62It seems there’s no financial problem Orman can’t solve. As the author of 10 books on success, the host of her own television program, and Oprah’s favorite financial advisor, she is the voice and face of financial stability, helping many Americans pay off their debts. Of course, while they’re paying, she’s making millions on common sense and sticking to her guns.

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: HARVEY LEVIN

    Founder and Managing Editor, TMZ, 63As founder, executive producer, and managing editor of TMZ both online and on TV, Levin continues to break ground in celebrity gossip. Last year, he was responsible for Alec Baldwin’s shame spiral after Levin reported the actor used a homophobic slur. While he makes life for celebrities difficult, he delights fans who feed on the latest Lindsay Lohan or Justin Bieber updates.Return to Complete List

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM
  • Power 50 Power List 2014: JESS CAGLE

    Editorial Director, People & Entertainment Weekly, 48 With major shakeups at Time Inc. as it prepares to spin off from parent company Time Warner, Cagle assumed the editorial director mantle at People magazine, one of the top-selling magazines in the United States, while also maintaining his influence at Entertainment Weekly, where he’s been editor since 2009. One of his first big decisions? No more celebrity baby photos from the paparazzi.

    April 15 2014 8:39 AM

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