“Transcendent” transcends Stereotypes and shines spotlight on Sisterhood by Kevin M. Thomas

  When there’s a party at San Francisco’s AsiaSF, you know you’re in for a treat. They are known to make bridal and corporate parties unforgettable. But Tuesday night, AsiaSF threw a more personal party – the premiere of “Transcendent,” a TV show debuting on the Fuse network Sept. 30 at 11:30pm EST. “Transcendent” is […] Click to read more »

Festival Founder, Stacy Spikes, Film Producers, Coodie & Chike

Opening Night at Urbanworld Film Festival!

By Kimberly Hayes Opening night of the Urbanworld Film Festival was a star-studded affair in anticipation of the festival’s feature film, Muhummad Ali: The People’s Champ. The film was produced by Chicago-native powerhouse duo Coodie & Chike. The super producers have Kanye West’s Through the Wire debut video amongst their credits. The humble team walked […] Click to read more »

Telfar label

Telfar Remixes Spring Silhouettes for Spring 2016 Calling for a New World Where Genders Collide

For those who were unaware of Telfar before the recent New York Fashion Week,  the man has made quite an impression on the industry for Spring 2016. Held under the MADE Fashion Week at Milk Studios, Telfar utilized a large graphic media screen comprised of several screens with images of a future collective,  cheering for what’s […] Click to read more »

Katya Leonovich Spring 2016

Katya Leonovich’s Art & Fashion Unite for Spring 2016 at New York Fashion Week

We’ve been following designer Katya Leonovich for the last several seasons embracing her feminine, yet architectural take on womenswear. For Spring 2016 at New York Fashion Week, Leonovich decided to mix things up and present her dress collection that was inspired by her paintings. She paired a model who stood before one of Leonovich’s paintings […] Click to read more »


Peaches Christ Reminds Us “Whatever Happened to Bianca del Rio?” and Other Child Stars by Kevin M. Thomas

October is shaping up to be a salute to Bette Davis of sorts. Later in the month, the drag version of “Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte” makes its premiere at the Castro. But before then, Peaches Christ will put her spin on the Davis classic “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 3pm […] Click to read more »

Photo: Kevin Berne

Magical “Amelie” Likely To Travel From Berkeley to Broadway by Kevin M. Thomas

As magical and mesmerizing as the Oscar nominated film it’s based on, “Amelie” makes its world premiere at the Berkeley Rep and likely could be the next Bay Area show that is Broadway bound. Full of charm that made the French film the classic it is, the musical version brings all of its quirkiness to […] Click to read more »


Instant Classic Play Has Biting “Ocean View” by Kevin M. Thomas

The best of Broadway comes from many sources. Sometimes a book, sometimes a movie and sometimes a play that was well received out of town. One great example is “August: Osage County.” The play debuted at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre and quickly transferred to Broadway, picking up a Pulitzer Prize and a Best Play Tony Award. […] Click to read more »

Howard Skora

“View” is Far from Miserable with the Future of New Play by Kevin M. Thomas

A classic is born in the theatre world with Howard Skora’s “Miserable with an Ocean View.” His comedic masterpiece is playing in Southern California through Oct. 10, but Skora has big dreams for his play that deals with a dysfunctional Long Island family lead by the evil matriarch. With the tough subjects it tackles – […] Click to read more »


Gerald McCullouch’s “Daddy” Has Impressive Attributes by Kevin M. Thomas

Accomplished stage and screen actor Gerald McCullouch makes an impressive directorial debut with the new movie “Daddy,” currently making the film festival circuit. The story at first glance seems to be one familiar to many of us as well as one that is comfortable for McCullouch as an actor to play: an older man develops […] Click to read more »