Arts & Entertainment

Will ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Make LGBTQ History at the Golden Globes?

It would be the first time a gay romance has won Best Picture in back-to-back years.

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Hints of Lavender

Out actor Kyle Baird helps bring The Color Purple—and its lesbian subtext—to Houston.

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Not-Just-Magic Mike

Michael Carbonaro says it takes acting, illusion, and more to achieve his eponymous effect.

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Be Steadwell: ‘Music Is The Spark Of Any Resistance’

'Queer pop' artist to perform at Montrose Center on December 17

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Book Review: ‘Wedlocked’

The perils of marriage equality.

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New on DVD: ‘Upstairs Inferno’

Could the DVD/Blu-ray release of this doc possibly be any timelier?

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The Gift of LGBTQ Music

George Michael, Pet Shop Boys, Jackie Shane, and The Smiths.

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Living His Truth

Psychologist O.T. Porter on coming out as a gay black man in Houston.  

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Queer Things to Do in Houston This Weekend: World AIDS Day Edition

Compiled by Lourdes Zavaleta Established by the World Health Organization in 1988, World AIDS Day takes place December 1 each…

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Queerly Cheery   

Gay composer Ricky Ian Gordon premieres Christmas Tree musical at Houston Grand Opera.

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