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Interconnecting Vignettes Add to Flavor of “Beautiful” Film Fest Favorite at Frameline and Outfest by Kevin M. Thomas

“Beautiful Something” is something beautiful. So it’s easy to see why I kept screwing up the title when I sat down and had a chit-chat with director/writer Joseph Graham and one of the  films’s actors Brian Sheppard. Graham and Sheppard are out about town promoting their terrific film, which screens at San Francisco’s LGBTQ Film […] Click to read more »

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LA’s “Baz” Show Has Packed Up and Made a Home in Vegas…For Now by Kevin M. Thomas

It’s not often we cover shows or events that leave our core focus of Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. But “Baz,” the exciting and innovative musical event that combines music and dance moments from Baz Luhrmann movies, received such a wildly successful reception when it played in LA that we thought it only […] Click to read more »

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The Doc’s Are In: SF’s Frameline Film Fest’s Diversity Can Be Found in the Documentaries by Kevin M. Thomas

Frameline, the 39th annual LGBTQ film festival, has an eclectic mix of documentaries that explore topics from Hollywood icons to acceptance. Many were not available to screen in advance, but here are some highlights of films worth catching before the festival ends June 28. “Tab Hunter Confidential” is exactly what I look for in a documentary. […] Click to read more »

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LGBTQ Frameline Film Festival in Full Swing with Stories of “Magic,” “Love,” “Fresno” and Things Bubbling Below the Surface by Kevin M. Thomas

The Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival is now underway and there still isn’t enough time in the day to see every picture. I’ve been spending almost every waking hour trying to catch up on all of the films, but thus far I’ve seen just over 30 films. This list doesn’t include all of the best the […] Click to read more »

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“The Surface” Will Make a Splash at SF’s Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival by Kevin M. Thomas

A tender, romantic story that is seeking out a niche market is making its world premiere at Frameline, San Francisco’s LGBTQ film festival. “The Surface” is just starting the festival rounds and will be seen for the first time in front of an audience at the Castro Theatre on Saturday, June 27 at 6pm. The […] Click to read more »

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The Future is Now – The Godfather of Disco’s Déjà Vu – Album Review by Eric D. Baca

Relevant, contemporary and strangely cohesive, “Déjà Vu”, the first album in 35 years for electronic dance music pioneer & disco Godfather, Giorgio Moroder, stays true to the formula he popularized in the mid seventies – fun music for people who, according to Moroder, “will always want to dance”.    The twelve track album features collaborations […] Click to read more »

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“Send Your Love” to Nepal in the Devastating Aftermath of Earthquakes with the Help from Incognito

Art can stimulate, inspire and sometimes ignite people into action. This is the case of the British sensation, Incognito and their current single, “Send Your Love: A Song For Nepal”, as Bluey and Incognito have penned and produced an uplifting soulful track where all of the funds from the single will be donated to UNICEF […] Click to read more »

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“Grey Gardens” Is a Musical That Takes You From Sunshine to Gloom by Kevin M. Thomas

The story of “Grey Gardens” is a fascinating one. The real life tale of big and little Edie Beale, relatives to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, who go from riches to squalor is an interesting story. The Edies first made it into the public eye through the great 1975 documentary – a film that is listed among […] Click to read more »

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SF’s “Heathers” Musical Is So Tasty You’ll Want to Lick It Up By Kevin M. Thomas

Well fuck me gently with a chainsaw, as “Heathers,”  the musical based upon the 1988 cult film, is  playing in San Francisco through June 13. The satirical story of Veronica and JD who plot murders to end the cliques in high school, lead by a trio of Heathers, has made quite a journey from LA […] Click to read more »

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Her Name is, JANEY BROWN…A Musical Force Ready to Launch – Featured Artist

It never ceases to amaze me how connected we truly are and if you have an open heart you can really allow so much positivity into your life. Such is the case with our new Featured Artist, Janey Brown who came my way via a BFF who took a yoga/meditation class in Santa Monica at the wonderful […] Click to read more »