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.
Discrimination Unites Irish Hurlers
October 30 2009 11:40 AM ET

Discrimination Unites Irish Hurlers

Julie Bolcer

An Irish hurler subjected to racial discrimination says the experience helped him bond with gay colleague Dónal Óg.

Poker Face Comes to South Park
October 30 2009 11:15 AM ET

Poker Face Comes to South Park

Julie Bolcer

Cartman performed Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" on South Park.

Rainbow High
October 29 2009 1:35 PM ET

Cheyenne Jackson: Rainbow High

Brandon Voss

Busy Broadway heartthrob and gay rights activist Cheyenne Jackson chats about his Finian’s Rainbow revival, his politically charged cabaret CD, and laying around in his underpants.

Adam Sandler to Play Jack, and Jill
October 29 2009 10:35 AM ET

Adam Sandler to Play Jack, and Jill

Julie Bolcer

Adam Sandler is set to play Jack — and Jill — in a new romantic comedy due in 2011.

Johnson's Father Hurt by Antigay Slurs
October 29 2009 8:40 AM ET

Johnson's Father Hurt by Antigay Slurs

Julie Bolcer

The father of NFL pro Larry Johnson said it is difficult to deal with the fact that his son used antigay slurs.

Another Tough Broad
October 29 2009 7:55 AM ET

Another Tough Broad

Lesley Goldberg

After being outed by a Nazi and locking lips with a hook-up three times in one episode, Christine Woods's tough-talking FBI agent Janis Hawk on ABC's FlashForward might just be prime time's best gay offering — who isn't in Glee club, that is.

Chaz Bono Talks with Entertainment Tonight
October 29 2009 7:00 AM ET

Chaz Bono Talks with Entertainment Tonight

Julie Bolcer

Chaz Bono discusses his gender-reassignment surgery exclusively with Mary Hart in a two-part interview starting tonight on Entertainment Tonight, telling her, “I always felt like the male from the time I was a child."

Coming-Soon: Sugar Daddy Ken Doll
October 28 2009 4:10 PM ET

Coming-Soon: Sugar Daddy Ken Doll

Christopher Mangum

Mattel has announced a new addition to the company’s Barbie Gold Label Collection, Palm Beach Sugar Daddy Ken.

Levi Johnston Palin called son Retarded
October 28 2009 3:15 PM ET

Levi Johnston Palin called son Retarded

Advocate.com Editors

Levi Johnston, future Playgirl model, continues to be a thorn in the side of Sarah Palin by claiming she referred to her infant son as “retarded."

Armani Preparing to Retire
October 28 2009 3:15 PM ET

Christopher Mangum

Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani hinted on Tuesday that he is moving closer to retirement and making plans for who will take over his fashion empire.

Scholastic Relents on Lesbian Book
October 28 2009 1:45 PM ET

Michelle Garcia

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.

Flesh Wounds
October 28 2009 1:20 PM ET

Trudy Ring

Gay director Anthony Fabian finds parallels to the gay experience in his new film Skin, the true story of South African Sandra Laing, a black woman born in the 1950s to white Afrikaners who were unaware of their black ancestry.

Buble Girlfriend Thought I was Gay
October 28 2009 12:50 PM ET

Buble Girlfriend Thought I was Gay

Christopher Mangum

  In an interview published in Britain’s The Sun Wednesday, Michael Bublé revealed this his current girlfriend thought the singer was gay when she first met him.

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