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ES Collection's Post Apocalyptic World
ES Collection imagines a future ravagedby extreme capitalism, state control, consumerism, technological dependence, and wild pollution in their first collection for 2019, "Dystopia."
Asia O'Hara is the third queen in the house of O'Hara to compete on RuPaul's Drag Race. She follows Eureka O'Hara and her drag daughter, Season 4 and All Stars 2 queen Phi Phi O'Hara.
Glee veteran Rilan is back to attack Hollywood with “Love or Drugs,” his hot new single about the rusty underbelly of Tinseltown. "Everyone I’ve dated in LA has been a user,” he says. “A user of people, money, substances or all three. They are who ‘Love or Drugs’ is about.”
Lovesac, the home furnishing brand headed by Shawn Nelson, is introducing a new collection of modular couches (“Sactionals”) made from recycled bottles.
Madonna and the Breakfast Club is a new docudrama that chronicles a pre-fame Madonna, before she became the reigning queen of pop.
Since RuPaul’s Drag Race, Courtney Act has been a fierce activist, educating fans about everything from gender fluidity to the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. Now, she returns with her new power anthem, “Fight For Love.”
Out Artist is Messin' Around
Since graduating from The Juilliard School, Yanni has performed around the globe as a bassist and singer alongside pop icons including John Legend, Michelle Williams, Natasha Beddingfield and Rufus Wainwright. This month, he takes center stage with a new single.
Boxers, the gay owned and operated chain of bars with three locations (in New York's Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods and one in Philadelphia), expands into Washington Heights with its newest neighborhood bar.
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Demola Sets to "Light Up"
Recorded with Mathew Knowles (Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé Knowles, Solange, Kelly Rowland, etc.) and featuring King of AfroPop, Wande Coal, Demola's "Light Up" merges pop guitar and synth with reggae bass, brass and African percussion for a happy, suave sound with bounce.
Lovesac's Message in a Bottle
The iconic gay restaurant and bar on Ocean Drive in South Beach, Miami - world-renowned for its live drag performances - celebrates its thirtieth anniversary with a show-stopping gala, "The Pearl Ball."
RuPaul's Drag Race finalist Kameron Michaels blurs the line between masculinity and femininity. While thriving on both sides of the spectrum, Kameron loves to dance and lives to lift.
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 finalist Naomi Smalls shows off legendary looks in her new track and music video, “Pose.”
Tina DeCara's new single, “Solo,” is a song about loving yourself when you’re at your loneliest. The singer admits she often struggles with sad feelings, but has learned to embrace the time spent with the one person who matters most in her life.
Men soak in the winter sun at INNdulge, an award-winning resort located in the heart of Warm Sands, one of the most popular gay areas of Palm Springs.
The 22 year-old social networking phenomenon — she has a million followers on Instagram — is the youngest winner ever of RuPaul's Drag Race.
After conquering the world, the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race will launch their brand of hilarity and hijinks into the universe in their 2019 WERQ THE WORLD tour.
Monster Bar opened in 1981, making it one of New York City's oldest gay bars. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village,The Monster boasts 2 floors of fun: an upstairs piano bar and downstairs dance club.
Kristine W Reaches For The Stars
With 17 Billboard #1s to date, Kristine W now ties Mariah Carey for the sixth-most Billboard club music No. 1s ever. Madonna leads the chart with 46.
From one small restaurant in the West Village, Lips, ultimate drag show palace, has grown into a beloved nationwide chain with five locations in Atlanta, New York, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego and Chicago.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, New York's biggest Pride dance event ever will bring the entire LGBTQ community and its allies under one spectacular roof and on one enormous dance floor at New York's Jacob Javitz Center.
Michael Grummons and Paul Galluccio opened The Townhouse, an upscale speakeasy-looking lounge located on 58th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, thirty years ago. What once was a one-room cocktail lounge has grown to become three distinct bars all under one roof.
A Docudrama On Madonna Sets For Release