We'll let you decide whether 2012 is spectacular, Armageddon-tinged eye candy or a hot mess. Plus: A new take on gay romance with Dare.
This week might not bring anything to the screen other than a Boondock Saints sequel, but there are plenty of reasons to sit at home on the couch or head to your local concert venue.
Children's publishing company Scholastic says that it will include a book that it previously banned from its book fairs over a set of lesbian characters.
Mary Cappello’s memoir Called Back takes readers on a white-knuckle journey through the experience of cancer treatment in America — especially disorienting to navigate as a woman and a lesbian.
Best-selling novelist Patricia Cornwell made headlines last week when she filed suit against a New York investment firm for losing $40 million of her money. But she'd much rather talk about her new book, hate-crimes legislation, and Angelina Jolie.
With an REM live album, a Michael Jackson set, and the re-release of It's Garry Shandling's Show, one may start to think it's time for the Berlin Wall to come crumbling down.
The second volume of Liz Baillie’s angst-ridden teen comic is full of all those typical gay punk teenage problems.
Bestselling author J. Randy Taraborrelli has written the definitive biography of the most enduring icon in popular American culture.
In Freeman Hall's new tome, Retail Hell, the author illustrates just a couple of trials and tribulations of explaining his gig.