Arts & Entertainment
In the Arts & Entertainment section, The Advocate brings readers all the latest news on Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond. From New York to Los Angeles, The Advocate shines a spotlight on the stars of the screen who are lending their voices to support the LGBT community, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who are moving the cultural needle. Discover A-list interviews, the best gay movies and reviews of theater, music, books and television. Learn how Arts & Entertainment can shape national dialogue and can work to advance equality.
Johnson Apologizes for Antigay Slurs
October 28 2009 7:55 AM ET

Johnson Apologizes for Antigay Slurs

Julie Bolcer

Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson apologized Tuesday for his use of antigay slurs, but his team advised him to stay away while they conduct an investigation.

Hatch to Behar: I Was Jailed for Being Gay
October 27 2009 9:00 PM ET

Hatch to Behar: I Was Jailed for Being Gay Editors

Just released from prison, former Survivor winner Richard Hatch is finally able to give those interviews that landed him back behind bars earlier this year.

In Sickness and In Health
October 27 2009 7:55 PM ET

Regina Marler

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.

Paramedic Comes Out on Trauma
October 27 2009 7:00 PM ET

Paramedic Comes Out on Trauma

John Jameson

Fittingly enough for an episode that dealt with paramedics responding to Halloween emergencies in San Francisco, first responder Tyler Briggs (Kevin Rankin), of NBC’s Trauma, came out to his partner, Cameron Boone (Derek Luke), in the climax of the show that aired October 26.

Adam Lambert's Album in Full Glam Glory
October 27 2009 5:55 PM ET

Adam Lambert's Album in Full Glam Glory

Michelle Garcia

American Idol rocker Adam Lambert released the cover of his first major album on Tuesday via Twitter.

Ashton and Augusten Pair Up for TV
October 27 2009 5:00 PM ET Editors

One of the hottest faces in Hollywood is pairing up with one of the hottest gay writers to develop a series of projects for television. Augusten Burroughs has partnered with Ashton Kutcher’s Katalyst Films to develop a drama for CBS and a Showtime comedy based on his memoir Dry.

An American Crime
October 27 2009 2:55 PM ET

An American Crime

Ross von Metzke

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.

All the Single Ladies Hooking Up?
October 27 2009 2:25 PM ET

All the Single Ladies Hooking Up? Editors

It didn’t take long for the gossip mill to begin rumbling with rumors of a romance between newly single actresses Cherry Jones and Jodie Foster on the set of their film The Beaver.

Hollywood Does Laramie 10 Years Later
October 26 2009 11:15 AM ET

Hollywood Does Laramie 10 Years Later

Duane Wells

The event was a special all-star reading.

Fresh Blood
October 26 2009 9:45 AM ET

Fresh Blood

Lesley Goldberg

With True Blood a bona-fide cultural phenomenon, producer Alan Ball offers tantalizing hints about what to expect on season 3.

Hot Sheet Back to 1989
October 23 2009 2:35 PM ET Editors

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.

Theres No One Way to Be a Morehouse Man
October 23 2009 1:45 PM ET

Theres No One Way to Be a Morehouse Man

Shane L. Windmeyer

Why can't a Morehouse man wear a fierce pair of Jimmy Choos to class?

You Tube Gays Killed the Mtv Star?
October 22 2009 5:35 PM ET

You Tube Gays Killed the Mtv Star? Editors

From Britney to Whitney, Miley to Shakira, when a pop star puts out a new hit, the gays film a video tribute. Beginning with Shane Mercado's take on Beyoncé's "Single Ladies," a new kind of star was born.