RSSArchive for January, 2011

Creep of the Week: John McCain, not so “Maverick” after all

“Today is a very sad day,” sighed a doddering and out of touch John McCain on the day “don’t ask, don’t tell” was finally repealed by Congress. Oh, shut up, McCain. Your completely indefensible and fear-mongering position lost. Suck it. “I hope that when we pass this legislation that we will understand that we are […]

Deep Inside Hollywood: Lesbian surgeons to traumatize CBS

Paltrow and Baldwin getting a piece of the Rock? The casting continues for Adam Shankman’s big-screen adaptation of the hit stage musical Rock of Ages. You know, the one where all the songs are big hair-metal pop hits of the 1980s. The biggest news, of course, has been the courting of Tom Cruise and most-popular-girl-of-right-now Taylor Swift. […]

Mimi Imfurst Takes on RuPaul’s Drag Race

Entertainer Mimi Imfurst will be competing along with the country’s most celebrated drag queens on the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, premiering January 24 on LOGO. Mimi will also be bringing her musical stylings to Hartford, Connecticut’s Chez Est on January 21. Mimi is a veteran of the stage, having appeared in several shows, […]

Evan Darling needs Gay Inc. to keep his motor running

By: Mikey Rox/TRT Special Professional racecar driver Evan Darling is at a crossroads in his career: his engine is revved, but he’s running out of gas. “The LGBT community has been very supportive and happy to see me doing what I am for the community – just not financially,” says the 42-year-old openly gay athlete. […]

Boxx-ing Match: An interview with Pandora

By: Mikey Rox/TRT Special As Pandora Boxx, Michael Steck stole the show on season two of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” – even if he didn’t take home the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar. In a recent interview, the drag diva dishes about losing the catty reality competition, why second place is sometimes better than first, […]

The OutField: Keelin Godsey has a hammer

As a high school student in Palmer, Colo., Keelin Godsey dabbled in track’s throwing events. Shot put and discus were OK; soccer, basketball and softball were much more interesting. Heading east to college, Keelin planned to play basketball. But Maine’s Bates College offered a strong track and field program, and Keelin suddenly found enjoyment in […]

“The A-List: New York’s” Ryan Nickulas bears his soul

By: Clara Lefton The Cape Cod Native talks family, lover, the new season and bullying Ryan Darius Nickulas, a Cape Cod native and star of LOGO’s “The A-List: New York,” met up with _The Rainbow Times_ to discuss show secrets, coming out and children. It was just another Saturday morning in New York City’s West […]

Queeries: Breast cancer makes me nervous about sex

Gay cop faces harassment Q: I started working as a police officer just last year. When I was first hired, pretty much everyone asked me why I’m not married. Then came the gay jokes. I’ve tried to let it go since I’m still a rookie, but it seems like they know I’m gay and want […]