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Enjoy “Sex” In a Different City: Sitcom Goes Live and In Drag In San Francisco by Kevin M. Thomas

“Sex” is back in the city of San Francisco. The drag version of the popular TV show was a giant hit last year, having run for months at a local bar. It even attracted the attention of the show’s creator Darren Star who gave the production “thumbs up.” Due to its popularity, it’s moved from […] Click to read more »


Five and Diamond in San Francisco continue to push fashion boundaries while celebrating seven years of progressive couture

Five and Diamond recently celebrated seven years of progressive fashion in San Francisco at the legendary 1015 Folsom night club. Featured designers included Shawna Hofmann, Heathen and Gelareh. The latter,  Gelareh recently sat down with us to talk about her usage of leather and it’s ability to empower the individual who wears the piece. Head […] Click to read more »


Stylist and now Designer, Carlton Jones unveils his new resort wear collection inspired by sunsets and the ocean

Our Fashion Editor, Carlton Jones who has styled celebrities like First Lady Michelle Obama, Alicia Keys and Mary J. Blige to name a few, has just debuted his new resort wear collection simply  entitled,  Carlton Jones Collection.  Utilizing flowing fabrics that feel effortless alongside vibrant colors that conjure up the beautiful sunsets and ocean beaches […] Click to read more »

QVLN aka Quetzal Guerrero

QVLN aka Quetzal Guerrero is back with “American Immigrant” that further expands the musician’s global roots and influences

QVLN aka Quetzal Guerrero is back with a new album, “American Immigrant” that show’s the musician/singer/artist further evolving and  drawing on a multitude of sounds from Rock, Latin, Indigenous, Folk, R&B, and even a North Eastern part of Brazilian music known as  Forró . The classically trained violinist told us he wrote much of the new […] Click to read more »


Porn New York Icon’s Life Made Memorable In Newfest Documentary by Kevin M. Thomas

Wakefield Poole. People haven’t heard that name as much as they did in the glory days of porn. But there’s a fascinating and enlightening movie called “I Always Said Yes: The Many Lives of Wakefield Poole” coming to New York’s Newfest July 28 and it definitely needs to be sought out.  “Yes” shows how Poole […] Click to read more »


Newfest Film Festival Brings the Best of Outfest to New York by Kevin M. Thomas

The little sister film festival of Los Angeles’ Outfest begins July 24 in New York City. With screenings mostly at New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center, the 26th annual Newfest is a more compact film festival that runs through July 29 and highlights the best of Outfest. Here are some titles most worthy of checking […] Click to read more »

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Saxophonist Eric Wyatt pays homage to his hometown Brooklyn in his new album Borough of Kings

Saxophonist Eric Wyatt’s new album is out, Borough of Kings and I had a chance to catch up with him the last time I was in New York to talk about some of his inspirations for the music. Check out my on-camera interview with Eric below to also hear how he met Miles Davis when he was […] Click to read more »

Tiger Orange film

“Tiger Orange” is a beautiful film that explores the sibling rivalry of two Gay Brothers in small town America

“Tiger Orange” is a film about two very different gay Brothers who come together in the small central valley town they grew up in after their Father, who has raised the boys as a single Dad, has passed away. The film explores questions like “What’s it like  growing up with a gay sibling” and especially in […] Click to read more »

Jesuita Barbosa and Wagner Moura in "Futuro Beach"

“Futuro Beach” is a transitory and visual story told in three parts about how love can change the course of life By Steve V. Rodriguez

Told in three parts, “Futuro Beach” is a transitory film that begins in the volatile beaches of Brazil and transports the viewer to the ever-evolving city of Berlin. Director, Karim Ainouz ignites his film with a visual and aggressive start featuring two German motorcyclists in full throttle heading to the beach. The extreme sport launch has the […] Click to read more »


Greg Louganis Tells Us Of Life After the Olympics As He Preps for Outfest by Kevin M. Thomas

Making a documentary about someone who has spent most of his life in the public eye isn’t easy. One would think we knew all there is about Greg Louganis. And we’d be wrong. I had the great honor to screen the movie “Back on Board: Greg Louganis” when it was in San Francisco for Frameline, […] Click to read more »