Annie Baker’s "The Flick" has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama, a play set in a run-down movie theater that was hailed by the judges as a "thoughtful drama with well-crafted characters" with "lives rarely seen on the stage."
The 13th annual New York festival, which debuts Wednesday night, will present not just 80-plus feature films, but also an "Innovation Week" that seems designed to capture some of the tech energy of South by Southwest.
For more than a decade, cinematographer Wally Pfister brought director Christopher Nolan’s cinematic visions to life. Now, he’s the one calling the shots. His directorial debut, the new sci-fi mystery "Transcendence," has many elements of a Nolan blockbu
In a special ceremony on Friday, April 11 at Union Square West, the Stonewall Foundation honored prominent women leaders and unsung heroes who create lasting legacies for the LGBTQ community.
Traveling and sex are as intertwined as the positions you and your foreign date discover together. Michael Luongo, a Pulitzer-prize nominee, edits the 20 stories exploring these themes in "Sensual Travel: The Best of Gay Erotica."
"Heaven is for Real" is a passable work of religious propaganda, but "Heaven Might Be For Real" could’ve been a truly thoughtful movie.
Pierre Dulaine, a renowned dancer, has decided to return to Jaffa, the embattled city outside Tel Aviv where he was born. He is bringing with him Dancing Classrooms, a program designed to improve young lives through ballroom dancing.
A powerful drama centered around an ex-convict’s surprisingly poignant friendship with a fifteen-year-old boy, "Joe" serves as a thrilling return to form not only for Nicolas Cage, but also for its eclectically gifted director, David Gordon Green.
Despite Jude Law’s captivating performance, "Dom Hemingway" is a caper comedy is search of a caper.
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There’s something singular and especially all-American about a rodeo. Add "gay"to the event and you’ve got something no self-respecting, red-blooded American LGBT boy or girl could resist.
Former First Lady and Secretary of State and likely future presidential candidate New York Senator Hillary Clinton spoke in front of an eager audience at San Jose State University last Thursday.
There are no special features on this disc, but there is a moral, of sorts: If you’re feeling downtrodden, get some good drugs, commit a few felonies, or at least acquire a set of ninja throwing stars and a fuck buddy.
A few shows are launching in the springtime and more fan favorites are coming back for new seasons; here’s a rundown of nine new must-sees and six returning favorites.
On April 18, British singer/songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon will present "Live From Home: An Evening with Rebecca Pidgeon," a benefit concert for Housing Works.
Openly gay mystery writer and historical novelist Steven Saylor takes a page from the novels of Ancient Greece with the newest adventure of his Ancient Roman investigator, Gordianus -- which is set in Ancient Egypt! Saylor elaborates.
This coming weekend, the Legacy Project will officially unveil its first-ever satellite-installation at Equality House in Topeka, Kansas - across the street from the infamous Westboro Baptist Church.
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