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.

July 11 2012 7:20 PM

The organization will present awards at the UNITY 2012 Convention on August 3.

July 11 2012 5:59 PM

Transgender singer Harisu became Korea's first transgender celebrity back in 2001, says, after appearing in a popular ad.  Over the next several years she released five full-length albums and six singles, with her fame spreading to other countries in Asia like Japan and China. Now she's back with a new album, The Queen (her first in five years) and a new video is out for the title track of "Shopping Girl," which would fit in well at any American nightclub.

July 11 2012 3:53 PM

The school is the first university in the state to offer an LGBT-oriented minor.

July 11 2012 3:50 PM

An exhibition of original paintings by artist Francisco Cabas and collages created in collaboration with youth in the Gay & Lesbian Center’s Transition Living Program.

July 11 2012 3:18 PM

In not-so-surprising news today, Right Wing Watch reported that the American Family Association's Buster Wilson this week floated the idea of a Google boycott, in response to the tech company's heralded new "Legalize Love"campaign. Google said their new international campaign was aimed at decriminalizing homosexuality and eliminating homophobia around the globe.

July 11 2012 1:31 PM

When Cameron and Mitchell decided to give up their quest fora second child on last season of ABC's Modern Family, we all sighed in relief. Clearly their daughter Lily, played by perky 5-year-old actress Aubrey Anderson-Emmons is the real star, and LGBT fans certainly don't need to see some other cute kid stealing her scenes and walking on her lines. (Remember the episode where she said the F word?)

Proof of Anderson-Emmons' star quality? New video of the ABC sprite singing to Adele who her mother says she's "crazy into" right now.

July 11 2012 12:08 PM