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BCAE Hosts 3rd Annual Community Celebration & Preview Party of LGBTQ Art Exhibition

BCAE Hosts 3rd Annual Community Celebration & Preview Party of LGBTQ Art Exhibition

BOSTON, Mass.—Throughout May and June 2014 the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) will host a series of special programs commemorating 10 years of same sex marriage in Massachusetts. The special exhibit will kick off on the eve of the anniversary of the first gay marriages in Massachusetts on Friday, May 16th, 2014 with “Sip […]

‘Kinky Boots’ star Billy Porter on Being Black & Gay and Forgiveness

‘Kinky Boots’ star Billy Porter on Being Black & Gay and Forgiveness

By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— For his first solo album since becoming “Tony and Grammy award winner Billy Porter,” Broadway’s kinkiest drag queen is taking off the corset and stepping out of those iconic heels. With Billy’s Back on Broadway, the Pittsburgh-born crooner continues to honor his passion for musical theater, taking on songs made […]

Beekman Boys to Make First Appearance on Cape Cod

Beekman Boys to Make First Appearance on Cape Cod

Provincetown, MA – Sage Inn & Lounge, Cape Cod’s leading destination for food enthusiasts, recently announced that the Beekman Boys, stars of the The Cooking Channel’s The Fabulous Beekman Boys and winners of The Amazing Race Season 21, will be featured during an entire weekend devoted to fine food at Sage Inn & Lounge, April […]

Pillow Talk with Gay Interior Designer Nate Berkus

Pillow Talk with Gay Interior Designer Nate Berkus

By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— Home isn’t where the heart is on American Dream Builders. It’s where the drama is, and it’s where you’ll find Nate Berkus, who hosts the home-renovation show airing Sunday nights on NBC. As the bossman to 12 contestants trying to woo him with their best remodel, Oprah’s longtime gay pal […]

John Verlinden

To Cook Is to Love: A Foodies Journal: FDA Issues Proposed New Nutrition Label Guidelines

By: John Verlinden*/TRT Columnist— You may have heard that the Food and Drug Administration is changing the nutrition labels that appear on the back of processed food items and wondered what all the fuss is about. While it’ll likely be a few years before we see changes (there is a public comment process, a final […]

Deep Inside Hollywood; Brad Pitt, Taraji P. Henson, Steven Spielberg, Diana Nyad

Deep Inside Hollywood; Brad Pitt, Taraji P. Henson, Steven Spielberg, Diana Nyad

By: Romeo San Vicente*/Special to TRT— Brad Pitt’s undead reunion Remember in World War Z when Brad Pitt figured out how to dispense with those zombies that killed pretty much everyone except Brad Pitt and his pals? Well, obviously, when nearly half a billion dollars in box office receipts roll in, they manage to find […]

Lea Michele: On Lesbian Role, being called a diva & Glee legacy

Lea Michele: On Lesbian Role, being called a diva & Glee legacy

By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— “No personal questions” is the caveat before getting on the phone with Lea Michele, TV’s Rachel Berry. It’s an acceptable exception given the Glee star’s painfully tragic last year: Her on- and off-screen boyfriend, Cory Monteith, died suddenly on July 13, 2013 from a drug overdose. Recorded around the time of Monteith’s […]

Fortune Feimster of “Chelsea Lately” to Headline Laugh Boston

Fortune Feimster of “Chelsea Lately” to Headline Laugh Boston

WHO: Fortune Feimster is an openly gay comedian, writer and popular character on the hit E! Network show, “Chelsea Lately”.  Feimster is also set to appear in an upcoming Fox series starring Tina Fey and Matt Hubbard. Feimster was first recognized as a contestant on “Last Comic Standing”, and shortly thereafter landed a spot on […]

The Outfield: Chris Kluwe Does Not Punt on Marriage Equality

The Outfield: Chris Kluwe Does Not Punt on Marriage Equality

By: Dan Woog*/Special to TRT— When Chris Kluwe began working for same-sex marriage in Minnesota – and then wrote a powerful letter in support of the same issue in Maryland – the reason was simple: It was the right thing to do. What made his voice particularly important is that he was a professional football […]

BGMC's Spring Concert Takes You on A Unique Musical Journey

BGMC’s Spring Concert Takes You on A Unique Musical Journey

BOSTON, Mass. — As the organization’s music director, Rueben M. Reynolds, III, has been leading The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) in beautiful song since 1997. He also served as music director for the Heartland Men’s Chorus, a gay men’s chorus in Kansas City, Missouri, from 1989 to 1998. Over the course of nearly 25 years working […]

Mary Lambert on ‘Same Love,’ Grammy Night & Madonna

Mary Lambert on ‘Same Love,’ Grammy Night & Madonna

By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— “I’m not crying on Sundays,” Mary Lambert assures herself on the song that got her to the Grammys. But this Sunday was different. This Sunday was better. Singing the heart-lifting chorus to Macklemore’s “Same Love,” which was nominated for Song of the Year, Lambert made her Grammy debut on Jan. […]

Deep Inside Hollywood: McConaughey, Nixon, Watson, & College Republicans

Deep Inside Hollywood: McConaughey, Nixon, Watson, & College Republicans

By: Romeo San Vicente*/Special to TRT— McConaughey adrift on the Sea of Trees We no longer remember Failure to Launch or Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. We happily put them out of our head when Matthew McConaughey took the wheel of his terrible career and pulled an abrupt and awesome u-turn into seriously excellent work, the kind […]

John Verlinden

To Cook is to Love: A Foodies Journal: Celebrate Spring with Chocolate

By: John Verlinden*/TRT Columnist— What a winter! There have been piles of snow and record cold. After each artic mass we got a Canadian cold front, which was followed by an Alberta Clipper, and then by a Nor’easter. We’ve gone through bags of salt searching for solid pavement. Even my snow shovel looks haggard and […]

Jonathan Groff Is More Than All Right

Jonathan Groff Is More Than All Right

Actor on his gay projects, idolizing Mark Ruffalo and how ‘Looking’ freaked out his family By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— Jonathan Groff is remembering a scene he shot for the upcoming HBO adaptation of The Normal Heart. It’s his only part with Julia Roberts, and he doesn’t have a single line with her. “She plays […]

Boston-area Organizations Build Community Through LGBT Dance Nights

Boston-area Organizations Build Community Through LGBT Dance Nights

By: Brook Rosini/Special to The Rainbow Times— BOSTON, Mass. — A number of organizations in the Boston area offer queer-friendly or LGBT-specific dance classes and dance nights in a variety of styles, ranging from Country and Western line dancing to ballroom classes, swing, hip hop, and DJ dance nights. “When queer and straight folks dance […]

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