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Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Celebrity Apprentice: Cyndi Lauper

The Celebrity Apprentice: Cyndi Lauper

One of these things is not like the others. Philanthropist/activist (oh yes, and musician) Cyndi Lauper competes with lower-tier stars like Brett Michaels and Sinbad to be a Donal ...

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Prisoners of Love

Prisoners of Love

Live the dream. Do the time. Find the one. That’s the tag line for the upcoming release of I Love You Phillip Morris, the Jim Carrey/Ewan McGregor gay romance with a “spectacular, ...

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Peggy Lee: Let’s Love

Peggy Lee: Let’s Love

In 1974, Lee’s dinner guest, Paul McCartney, presented her with a most unusual hostess gift: “Let’s Love,” a song he wrote especially for her. ...

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Homewrecker

Homewrecker

Just when you thought Lifetime television for women couldn’t get any gayer comes this send-up of the network’s flair for the dramatic, but this time with a comedic gay twist. ...

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Person of Interest

Person of Interest

When three women disappear from a small New England town, the local sheriff, Nickie (Elise Rovinsky), turns to the local psychic, James (Cuyle Carvin), for help. ...

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Blood on the Flat Track: The Rise of the Rat City Roller Girls

Blood on the Flat Track: The Rise of the Rat City Roller Girls

Roller derby has made a big comeback, as told in this rock-infused doc focusing on Seattle’s notorious all-female league. With players like Ida Slapter, Sybil Unrest, Ann Munition ...

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Bad Girls of Film Noir

Bad Girls of Film Noir

Given a suggestive title like Bad Girls of Film Noir, one has good reason to expect some fun girls-gone-wild action (if not exactly girls-with-girls action), and this new two-volu ...

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Marathon

Marathon

Former U.S. poet laureate William Meredith suffered a debilitating stroke 17 years into his relationship with his partner Richard Harteis, who was also a poet. Their unwavering co ...

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Hurt So Good

Hurt So Good

Whether unrecognizable beneath layers of prosthetics in David Lynch’s elegantly heartbreaking The Elephant Man, or dandified with fedora, scarf, and makeup in The Naked Civil Serv ...

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PastOut: Seven Years Ago in OutSmart

PastOut: Seven Years Ago in OutSmart

Pn March 26, 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Lawrence and Garner v. Texas, by which they would decide whether the Texas sodomy statute violated gay citizens’ ...

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