Posts tagged "LGBTQ"
The Story of David

The Story of David

David Hernandez Gets Real in the Remake of his First-Ever single, “I AM”By Jamie Booth “So much of what I sang about in my first album still rings true today,” David Hernandez reflects from his home in Los Angeles.  It’s been fifteen years since the singer-songwriter first emerged on the world’s stage in the seventh...
Cinema Diverse is Back!

Cinema Diverse is Back!

By Michael C. Green The Sixteenth edition of Cinema Diverse, The Palm Springs LGBTQ+ Film Festival will soon be underway. The schedule is set, and tickets and passes are now on sale. The festival, which includes forty-nine feature films and over 100 short films this year, runs for two long weekends at the Palm Springs...
LGBTQ+ Filmmakers and Artists on the Rise in 2023

LGBTQ+ Filmmakers and Artists on the Rise in 2023

LGBTQ+ Filmmakers and Artists on the Rise in 202 By Francisco Rivas Twenty twenty-three is shaping up to be a Very Queer Year. Sundance was very gay, between the new Ira Sachs film, and a documentary about the Indigo Girls, and Anne Hathaway in a lesbian drama. The talk of Cannes was Pedro Almodóvar’s queer...
Eurovision

Eurovision

Eurovision: One of the Biggest Nights in Music on the LGBT+ Calendar By Travis Espinoza Eurovision has a long and proud history of supporting queer artists and championing LGBT+ rights. There have been countless key moments that waved the flag for LGBT+ representation. In 1998 Dana International entered the competition as the first trans performer...
Modernism Week 2023

Modernism Week 2023

Modernism Week 2023 By Bob Bogard Modernism Week’s signature February festival will take place February 16-26, 2023, highlighting midcentury modern architecture, art, interior and landscape design, and vintage culture in Palm Springs. For the seventeenth year, the annual 11-day festival will feature a wide array of events including the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale,...
Burn the Page

Burn the Page

Always Overbooked By Terri Schlichenmeyer Sometimes, the smallest things make you hot under the collar. It doesn’t take much: an idiot on the road, a disrespectful eyeroll, something muttered under someone’s breath and that’s it, you’re torched. Sometimes, conversely, the smallest things can change your bad mood. In “Burn the Page” by Danica Roem, it...
Holiday Movies, Make the Yuletide Gay

Holiday Movies, Make the Yuletide Gay

Holiday Movies, Make the Yuletide Gay Ethan Thorpe Who’s ready to make the yuletide gay this year? It’s a banner year for LGBTQ representation in holiday movies, with both Hulu and Hallmark releasing new flicks with LGBTQ characters in the lead. And at least seven more have come out in 2020 with some sort of...
Delicious Trends

Delicious Trends

By Chef Andre Carthen Today’s food trends are more inline with a fashion jungle profile. What was hot yesterday, might kill you today. Not so long ago, everyone was pushing ORGANIC. What was supposingly better for you, could kill your bank account. Then came SUPERFOODS and KALE, the new end all, be all. Kale Cesar...
Frida: Stroke of Passion

Frida: Stroke of Passion

F By Michel Khordoc The story that peels the cover up and reveals what or who killed Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s most controversial artist, and one of the world’s most famous painters. Award-winning playwright Odalys Nanin brings back by popular demand the critically acclaimed production of Frida: Stroke Of Passion. The renowned playwright and award-winning director...
Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition

Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition

Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition By Ethan Thorpe If you are like most people you haven’t given the holidays much thought. Granted the reminders have been in the stores since before Halloween, pumpkin carving kits right next to Christmas tree ornaments. Although it may not feel like it, but the holiday season is upon us...
The Holidays…From a Queens Point of View

The Holidays…From a Queens Point of View

It may not feel like it but, like it or not the holidays are just around the corner. With that in mind we wanted to bring you a bit of holiday fabulousity, fierceness, & fun and what better way to do that but by hearing from a few members of Palm Springs Drag Royalty and...
Stonewall

Stonewall

Stonewall: “Where Pride Began” By Justin Tiller We remember the uprising at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, as what sparked the modern LGBT rights movement in the U.S. In the early hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club located in Greenwich Village in New York...