A Date With Diva
August 13 2009 12:00 AM ET

A Date With Diva

Jamie Nicholes

With everyone on a budget, Advocate.com weeds through the onslaught of fall releases from divas including Whitney, Mariah, Shakira, and Christina to determine which ones are worth getting excited about.

So Much to Say
August 05 2009 12:00 AM ET

So Much to Say

Benoit Denizet-Lewis

Gays may ridicule him about his fascination with the Dave Matthews Band, but author and journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis loves the group's front man and is not afraid to admit it.

August 01 2009 12:00 AM ET

30 Years Young

Advocate.com Editors

The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles kicked off its 30th year with a show at the Walt Disney Concert Hall that was as touching as it was exciting. Joley Fisher, the emcee for the evening, took the reigns to drive the show through the type of concert you would expect from the a chorus of such caliber; songs ranging from Spanish ballads, show tunes, and spirituals, all with messages to fight for equality

Justin Time
July 21 2009 12:00 AM ET

Justin Bond: Justin Time

Brandon Voss

After earing raves as sloshed septuagenarian lounge singer Kiki Durane of the Tony-nominated duo Kiki & Herb, Justin Bond goes solo.

MJ Honored in Star-Studded Tribute
July 07 2009 12:00 AM ET

M.J. Honored in Star-Studded Tribute

Michael Jackson's memorial preempts cable news coverage of the sham Iranian presidential election, closes freeways, and brings out a ton of stars to pay tribute.

July 07 2009 12:00 AM ET

Tweeting the Jackson Funeral

Of the millions who tried to get tickets to Michael Jackson's gigantic funeral, Advocate News Editor Andrew Harmon was one of the few to actually win a pair. He kept us posted through the day with Tweets from the Staples Center.

Hungry Like the Wolf
July 03 2009 12:00 AM ET

Hungry Like the Wolf

Graham Kolbeins

A master of viola, ukulele, piano, and harp, Patrick Wolf is a music prodigy -- one who, the night before this interview, spit on a cop and got himself arrested.

So Long Saffire, Hello Gaye
June 18 2009 12:00 AM ET

So Long, Saffire; Hello, Gaye

Michele Kort

After a few decades in the jazz business, Gaye Adegbalola of Saffire sheds her group for a solo gig. She tells Advocate.com: "I've known I was a lesbian longer than I knew that I was black."

Something to Be
June 12 2009 12:00 AM ET

Something to Be

Ross von Metzke

First he called Pat Robertson the devil. Then he used Huffington Post to call for an end to same-sex marriage bans. Rob Thomas is an ally -- one who didn't sleep with Tom Cruise, but loves that you think he might have.

The Real Queen: Vanessa Williams
June 12 2009 12:00 AM ET

The Real Queen: Vanessa Williams

Clay Cane

Vanessa Williams was for gay rights before beauty queens were allowed to have opinions. As she promotes her new album The Real Thing , it's no surprise that Williams couldn't care less what Carrie Prejean thinks.

A Wondrous Debut
June 11 2009 12:00 AM ET

A Wondrous Debut

Eric Henrickson

More than 30 years after Lynda Carter first twirled into our hearts on TV's Wonder Woman, she's putting her focus on a long-standing passion -- music.

Coming Out of the Coma
June 10 2009 12:00 AM ET

Coming Out of the Coma

Graham Kolbeins

Lesbian members Phanie Diaz and Jenn Alva of the all-woman punk group Girl in a Coma discuss their newfound fame and their sophomore album, Trio B.C.

Moore to Love
May 26 2009 12:00 AM ET

Moore to Love

David Michael Conner

Mandy Moore returns with a crafty new album that proves some "Candy" can mature into more substance than sugar. On topics from her gay brother's pre-Prop. 8 marriage to those Britney comparisons, Mandy doesn't hold back.

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