Last month gay icon Melissa Etheridge shared her new video for “For the Last Time,” the second single from the singer’s upcoming album One Way Out. The video shows Etheridge and her band recording the bluesy rock track in the studio. On One Way Out, Etheridge revisited nine tracks she wrote and demoed in the late 1980s … Continue reading
Peter Nichols the distinguished British playwright,screenwriter, director and journalist has just died at the age of 92. He penned award winning plays such as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1967), The National Health ( 1969), Forget-Me-Not-Lane ( 1971), Passion Play ( 1981, ) and Poppy ( 1982). He wrote Hearts and … Continue reading
NY Drag queen/actor/activist Marti Gould Cummings II is back at the Pilgrim House in #Ptown but this time during the afternoons she is performing her special Kids Show for Family Week. Queerguru sneaked in with the 5 year-olds to see what the fun was all about.
Leon Le’s heart-string-pulling story of a love that goes unconsummated is probably the the first LGBTQ movie from Vietnam that we have ever seen. If this is to be the standard bearer of a new source of queer cinema then we cannot wait to see what could follow that would match this. Set in … Continue reading
The Emmy Award Winning Documentary ‘Before Stonewall; made in 1984 has been restored and is about to enjoy a theatrical run in June as part of the celebrations to mark the Anniversary of the Stonewall riots considered the pivotal turning point for the LGBTQ community. Directed by Greta Schiller and Robert Rosenberg, this look … Continue reading