The best LGBT things to do this week
Get busy with our picks for the best LGBT events this week
Meet the men of the Fourth Annual Boylesque Festival
Scope out some of the eye candy at this year's man-meat spectacular
The best gay bars in New York City
The best gay bars, dance clubs and pubs in New York to drink and dance the night away
Jim Parsons talks Twitter, God and acting on Broadway
The Big Bang Theory star opens up about his new play, An Act of God, and how it feels to return to NYC
Bruce LaBruce’s films ranked, from arty to dirty
We rank raunchy auteur Bruce LaBruce's flicks, unspooling at MoMA this week
Gay & Lesbian events in NYC: Critics' picks
Bob Montgomery spotlights gay and gay-friendly comedians at this long-running monthly showcase.
Matt Knife serves up a night of all-boy (or mostly boy) burlesque at this recurring show.
Queers and Comics
The Center for LGBTQ Studies presents this two-day series of panels, workshops and presentations focused on LGBT inclusion in comics and cartooning. Keynote speakers are Alison Bechdel and Howard Cruse.
Molly Pope Likes Your Status
Molly Pope's viscerally thrilling alto is a rich gusher of sound that emerges like a full-on blast from the past. After a breakout year (including her Off Broadway debut in Found and rave reviews for her starring role in Horseplay), she returns to the Plex to apply her semidemented Ed Sullivan Show style to standards and contemporary pop. Brian Nash is at the piano.
Broadway Bares 25
This annual fund-raiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the unofficial kickoffs to Gay Pride Week in NYC, and features more than 150 dancers from the Great White Way stripping down in themed vignettes. This 25th edition is directed by the show's founder, Jerry Mitchell.
Cole Escola is the First Gay President
The saucer-eyed costar of Logo's Jeffery & Cole Casserole returns with his solo comedy act, which offers to reveal new facets of a talent that gleams with scrappy razzle-dazzle. Blending boyish mischief with dizzy charm and the ruthless coyness of a starlet bent on fame, Escola's comic persona suggests a street urchin raised by The Match Game.
Urban Bear Weekend events in NYC
Celebrate the end of hibernation season at these offical Urban Bear Weekend events
Gay & Lesbian in pictures
Interview: Perfume Genius
The Seattle singer-songwriter has come out of his shell
Interview: Steve Grand
With the recent launch of his debut album, Grand is ready to leave the whole “gay country artist” thing behind
Interview: Bianca Del Rio
Bianca Del Rio—Drag Race winner and beloved local queen—offers insight into her extreme displeasure in her first solo comedy show