Events

Pride in Long Beach: The Calm before the LA Storm

Since 1984, Long Beach has kicked off pride season with its historically early scheduling in late May....

IFC Opens “Summer of Resistance” With NYC Film Series

Queer|Art has announced a “Summer of Resistance,” a special season of films selected by activists and politically engaged collectives, presented as part of the long-running...

Dave Grusin Presents: Jazz from West Side Story

May 7 The Sondheim songbook really stands up to reinterpretation. Here, pianists Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes take classics like “Ladies Who Lunch,” “Send in the Clowns”...

Kyle Abraham: All the Right Moves

May 5-6 Hailed as one of the best talents to emerge from NYC in recent decades, choreographer and MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham is giving the West Coast a chance to see his work...

Streisand to Speak in Series at Tribeca Film Fest

April 19-30 As in past years, the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival’s impressive lineup of films is reason enough to attend. But the news that really had us clutching our pearls is...

Read All about the 2017 New York Rainbow Book Fair

April 29 Each year, approximately 1200 people gather in NYC to celebrate the LGBT community and its books alongside scores of readers, speakers and more than 70 vendors at the New...

All Will Be Revealed in a Tour of Gay Art at the Met

April 21–22 What was once called “the love that dare not speak its name” is being given a red carpet treatment by the Metropolitan Museum with a showing that both...

Celebrate Harlem Pride Early with Author Kim Watson

Come show your HARLEM PRIDE and gather uptown each month at In the Mix! Friday April 21st at the bar and at the dining side — $1 from every Sangria supports Harlem...

Circuit du Soleil: Beach Bodies and Fun in the Sun

Two great reasons to visit Florida and more amazing parties:...

Kerry James Marshall: One Artist’s View of Black History

March 12–July 3 In the 600-year history of the African American experience, there are tragically few known and collected artists and even fewer representations of black people...