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"Interface: Queer Artists Forming Communities Through Social Media"
Leslie-Lohman presents works by artists who have wisely used social media as a showcase for their work. Pieces on view include sculptures, paintings and photographs.
Josh Sharp Sings Live
Here, stand-up Josh Sharp uses one really long D’Angelo song to illustrate a tale of gay romance. If you believe in the universal saga of love, take a chapter from this super queer, "straight-friendly" show.
Bob Montgomery spotlights gay and gay-friendly comedians at this long-running monthly showcase.
Crimson Kitty: LADYQUEEN!
Female-on-female drag pioneer Crimson Kitty serves up this "femme dragstravaganza" as part of this year's HOT! Festival. Participants in the revue include Sequinette, Heather Acs, Bambi Galore, Elle McQueen, Leah James, Mistor Hyster and Miss Malice.
Brandon Kyle Goodman: One Good Man
After a successful run at the Duplex, rising young comedian Brandon Kyle Goodman brings his witty, self-deprecating act across town to Joe's Pub.
Jane Lynch: See Jane Sing!
Prepare to have your pants charmed off: The comedy genius swings into Joe's Pub for a night of cabaret.
Our Lady J: Gospel for the Godless
After a break from music while she worked as a writer on Transparent, the wonderfully strange Our Lady J is back behind her piano.
Drag Queens of Comedy
Bianca Del Rio, Willam, Alaska Thunderfuck and many more hilarious drag superstars come together at Irving Plaza.
Gay & Lesbian in pictures
Mario Diaz and his party cohorts reflect on the ’90s East Village
The documentary Club King pays tribute to club guru Mario Diaz
Images from 'Interface,' now on view at Leslie-Lohman
These local LGBT artists harness the power of social media to display their work
Interview: Perfume Genius
The Seattle singer-songwriter has come out of his shell