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Certain things are so good you just can't have enough of them! Brut is one of those things. Brutally Proud was NYC Pride's version of the party that this time included a second part/afterhours. From beginning to end, wall to wall of pure proud hotness!
Matthew Halls led the Berwick Academy of the Oregon Bach Festival through the striding opening notes of Beethoven's "Ah, Perfido."
It's too bad that Freudian analysis has fallen out of favor. Those who study humor and its relation to the unconscious will have a field day with "Get Hard."
We realize the narrowness of our own perspective, whether it be toward international politics or the people who sit next to us on the bus.
An older couple in an oddball suburb that seems to have fallen on hard times meets a young couple who just took the house next door in Lisa D'Amour's "Detroit" at Aurora Theatre.
Pop stars populate "Finding Neverland: The Album." James Taylor releases his first album in 13 years, and Third Eye Blind their first in six years. Joy Williams is on her own with "Venus," and Ryn Weaver debuts. Dig into summer!
The League of Professional Theatre Women gives its Seal of Approval to "Fun Home."
Jason Dottley has stories to tell - many of which are NSFW. You can catch the handsome out actor to dish many of them in "Life on the gAy-List," his solo show that is touring the country. He brings it to Boston this week.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) eleased the second edition of "The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health" during its annual scientific meeting, Internal Medicine Meeting 2015.
The latest from the French action-movie director Pierre Morel ("Taken") is an adaptation of the 1981 novel "The Prone Gunman" by Jean-Patrick Manchette. "The Gunman" has all the ingredients for a high-powered action thriller.
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