"Broadway's Favorite Ingenue" Barbara Cook, 89, died on Aug. 8 from respiratory failure. The Broadway community honors the legacy of her 60-plus year career.
The actress was one of the first people to have transition surgery at a time when the word "transgender" didn’t exist, but she was so much more than that.
Manes covered the shooting and helped his community mourn after the Pulse shooting.
Civil rights worker and feminist Michaels didn't invent the honorific, but she ushered it into prominence.
Jim French died June 16, but we're glad to have his story in his own words, the way he would want it.
It's almost one year since the Pulse shooting in Orlando.
Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director whose films received both denunciation and praise from LGBT audiences, has died at age 73.