The comedian is promoting "Visible: Out on Television," a new series looking at the impact of queer representation on TV.
A rhinestone covered grand piano once owned by Liberace may have been damaged after the roof of the Piano Mill collapsed Tuesday.
I've been married for a little over six months now, and as comfortable as I am around my husband Robby, I still can't bring myself to burp or fart in front of him.
"Batman" aired on ABC from 1966 to 1968. There were 120 episodes. Finally "Batman: The Complete TV Series" has been released on DVD. Here's 10 reasons I Love "Batman."
Before I get to an outright pan of the immoderately irritating Stop Hitting Yourself -- created by Austin's Rude Mechs and now squatting in the Lincoln Center Theater at the Claire Tow -- I'll offer unmitigated praise for the enterprise's one big plus.
Madonna, Beyonce, Elvis -- what do these huge stars have in common besides talent? The fact that every single person knows
According to Get Surrey, the nearly 15,000-square-foot home was bought for a mere $500,000 by Martyn Ravenhill in honor of
Get out your rings, gay dudes, because in this edition of Weeklings!, I pick out my ideal celebrity husband. Is it Neil Patrick Harris? Is it Alexander the Great? What about Liberace's new cheekbones? Join me on a matrimonial journey.
We were compared to drug addicts and the mentally ill. We were even preached to that God hates us. Is it any wonder we were all in the closet back then?
Michael Douglas' performance as Liberace is vital, revealing what is possible beyond fear of loss, fear of emasculation or fear of death. Maybe soon we'll see more leading men playing emotionally diverse roles and more films about women and gender-nonconforming people.