O Lucky Man!

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  We’ve followed Aaron Schock over the years, and now he’s back, possibly for the last time. For those who need a refresher, Schock is the former Republican Congressman from Ohio who voted against LGBT rights, posed shirtless for Men’s Health, worked out at a gay gym, and remodeled his D.C. office to resemble a […]

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Gay Artists in the Modernist Era: 3 NY Exhibits

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Do you need another reason to come to New York in the year of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising? If so, these three exhibits should provide one. And if you’re going to be in New York in the next month, don’t miss The Young and Evil in particular.

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The Pros and Cons of Social Media

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    SOCIAL MEDIA have had an enormous impact on society since the internet and smartphones became widely used technological accessories. These media platforms have revolutionized marketing in almost every industry, changing how people interact and learn about each other. Social media apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have been downloaded by millions of users, […]

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A Podcast: Merrily He Strolled Along

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David LaFontaine – a trained singer and pianist – decided to record a few of Stephen Sondheim’s songs for our readers. So, we rented time in a sound studio in North Cambridge, MA and produced this podcast.

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