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In Loving Color

In Loving Color

In Loving Color A Romantic Comedy About Love Shared Between African American Gay Men By Mike Bahr   Don’t Marry Griff tells the story of Lyodell, his fiancé Griffith, and best friend Sutton. The friendship between Lyodell and Sutton is shaken to its core when Sutton confesses his love for Lyodell. Things get even more...
Palm Springs Pride Festival

Palm Springs Pride Festival

Downtown Pride Festival returns with expanded lineup for 30th Annual Pride celebration.   Palm Springs Pride will host a diverse group of artists including, dancers, singers, musicians, activists, and DJs gathering under the theme of Solidarity through Pride to celebrate diversity, equality, and solidarity. The November 4-6 Pride Celebration will take place in downtown Palm...
Smearly Departed

Smearly Departed

Smearly Departed LeSueur Breathes New Life Into Joan Crawford By Tom Tietjen   In Mommie Smearest, author L. LeSueur reinvents Joan Crawford as a rap artist named mo.m.m.i.e.D. Why, you ask? It all starts when Joan departs the earthly realm and is stopped at the gates of Hollywood Heaven by a sleeve-tattooed security guard and...
Comic Con makes its Debut in Palm Springs

Comic Con makes its Debut in Palm Springs

Be part of The Palm Springs Comic Con, a geek culture conference celebrating comic books past & present while embracing its diverse & multi-media future, August 26-28 at the PS Convention Center. Executive producers Chris Spellman, Brett Xavier and Rommel Chevez promise you a weekend you soon won’t forget. Along with panels, seminars, and workshops...
The Art of Food

The Art of Food

The Art of Food By Chris Astrala   Remember when you were growing up, your parents always told you not to play with your food? Well you can be sure that the following artists were told that too, but after you take a look at their work you will be glad that they did not...
The Art Of Film

The Art Of Film

Ava’s Impossible Things By Chris Astrala   Since creating her Soul Kiss Films in 2009, writer, director, producer Marina Rice Bader has been on an unstoppable roll. From Elena Undone, Anatomy of A Love Seen to Raven’s Touch and now “Ava’s Impossible Things”, Bader has been (on average) releasing a film a year. Continuously breaking...
March To Equality

March To Equality

March To Equality: An Online Movement On It’s Way To Making History By Chris Astrala   Back in fall 2014 Stephan Anspichler of Berlin, Germany began an extraordinary journey in the U.S. by making the first step to develop a never before seen campaign for the LGBT movement. “At this time we only knew where...
Photographer Magnus Hastings  Poses The Question: “Why Drag?”

Photographer Magnus Hastings Poses The Question: “Why Drag?”

Photographer Magnus Hastings Poses The Question: “Why Drag?”   Magnus Hastings’ new coffee-table book, Why Drag? offers readers a rare glimpse at a generation in drag.   Inspired by the photographer’s renowned New York art exhibition, Why Drag? began in the summer of 2014, when Hastings set out to travel through North America to shoot some...
Meet the Museum - The Art of Justice

Meet the Museum – The Art of Justice

Meet the Museum – The Art of Justice Eleventh Annual Membership Drive Party   The Meet the Museum membership drive party will be held on April 8 from 6-9 p.m. on the Friday of White Party Weekend. Now in its eleventh year, Meet the Museum is an annual event that encourages new museum membership by...
Up & Coming LGBT Musicians

Up & Coming LGBT Musicians

Up & Coming LGBT Musicians   Sam Smith Academy Award winner Sam Smith, with his voice, equal parts powerhouse belt and heartbreaking falsetto, is now ubiquitous on the radio. His album, In the Lonely Hour, is as relatable as it is critically acclaimed, and it is mostly about the experience of unrequited love. On coming...
2016 Native FilmFest

2016 Native FilmFest

2016 Native FilmFest Storytelling in Many Voices: Native Film Now by Elizabeth Weatherford   In 2016, the art of Indigenous storytelling in film has never been more interesting and diverse. This year, Native FilmFest features films from outstanding directors from the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, and Venezuela. The range of stories throughout this...
International Bear Convergence 2016

International Bear Convergence 2016

International Bear Convergence 2016 The Bears Are Coming International Bear Convergence (IBC) is the premier winter event for Bears & admirers in Palm Springs, California, February 4-8, 2016. This desert oasis opens its arms and welcomes you to the hip Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs to thousands of frisky, furry bears, their friends & their fans....