Father's Day is a good time to think about our own dads and how awesome they are. I do my best to thank the fathers of gay kids everywhere -- using my own dad as a template.
Four things the Oscars should have learned from the Tony Awards long ago, but still have not.
Of course, it's not too surprising that a Latino hasn't been tapped to host the Tonys. After all, we don't host the Oscars. We don't host the Grammys, and we don't host the Emmys. All of which makes me sad...
Gavin Keilly's GBK Productions is a multi-level company that specializes in helping non-profits and businesses grow to the next level. It does so with...
I can offer nothing but gratitude to those who are willing to talk freely about their personal lives. To prove there is no stigma or shame in being gay. Because of them, a very special young man in my life may have an easier time with his life.
There is much to be gained by sharing loss, and much that is lost by shielding ourselves with gains. When our losses are recognized we can face our own wounds in the looking glass, and become empowered to move through to the other side.
Traditional television networks, terrified that they may be aboard the Titanic en route for an iceberg, will attempt to steer their ship to safety the only way they know how: by producing knockoffs. Here are the top 10 ripoffs we'd most like to see.
Two shorts being screened during the SFIndie Film Festival have been written and filmed in a manner that captures the wild fluidity and occasionally wacky humor that we find in our dreamscapes.
This fight for marriage equality has been bolstered by certain representations of gays and lesbians in mainstream media. Still, they look very similar to our nation's 60-year monogamous love affair with the 1950s idealized family -- except take out Donna Reed and insert Neil Patrick Harris.
Since "The Guild" launched its highly anticipated sixth season last week, famed video gamer Ms. Day now has a bit more time to devote to her favorite hobby, but that's not to say she isn't busy taking new media by storm.
In many ways, "The Magician's Code" is the quintessential HIMYM episode, as funny as almost any show on television when it's willing to put in the effort, but more often than not falling into unnecessary plot twists,
The thing about watching the Academy Awards is it's only partially about watching the awards. Ask them what I served at my party and they will answer without hesitation. Cupcakes.
This movie has something in it to offend just about anyone. It is sacrilegious to the extreme; it has graphic nudity; it has sexual situations and gross humor; it has no redemptive value.
A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas is not as aggressively bad as the first sequel, but mere mediocrity is not something to aspire to.
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas is a return to form, with the plot's clear and single-minded focus echoing the first film's mission for munchies.
Every time it feels as though the law of diminishing returns is about to catch up with this movie, the writers pull another wild bit out of their bag of tricks. Some of them work; some of them don't.