Raise the Rufus!

Posted on 24 Jun 2016 at 6:15am

Taming the unruly world of glam singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright I’m not at the psychiatrist’s office.” Rufus Wainwright realizes that now, years later. There was a time, he acknowledges, amused by the notion, that interviews such as the one we’re engaged in passed as therapy. For that reason, the singer and composer is transparent, a book […]

Royale (with cheese)

Posted on 08 Apr 2016 at 6:30am

‘Drag Race’ fan favorite Latrice Royale joins her fellow queens for Divas of Drag, a nationwide tour that proves drag is bigger than Latrice herself As anyone who has ever seen her perform could tell you, Latrice Royale is larger than life — in a multitude of ways. Although she began performing drag in the […]

Do speak!

Posted on 01 Apr 2016 at 7:20am

Gwen Stefani goes on the record about Gavin, Blake and her gay posse Don’t speak? Gwen Stefani can’t help it as she opens up about her latest release — the “record that saved my life.” Featuring a multitude of diary-like outpourings related to Gavin Rossdale, whom the No Doubt frontwoman divorced in 2015 after 13 […]

Don’t hate Steve Grand because he’s beautiful

Posted on 25 Mar 2016 at 6:15am

… Enough people do that already, including himself Steve Grand can barely stand himself — that is, the superficial, Internet-packaged version of the singer/songwriter/dreamboat presented to the public since even before his 2013 viral hit “All-American Boy” rocked our gay world. “I don’t like the me that most people probably see,” admits Grand, 26. Now, […]

Newell comer

Posted on 18 Mar 2016 at 6:15am

Alex newell isn’t a trans woman — he just played one on TV. But the powerhouse singer is more than one role, something he plans to prove with a new album Those who were lucky enough to attend Dallas’ Black Tie Dinner in 2014 were treated to a show-stopping vocal performance by Alex Newell. But for […]

Time to watch the fur fly

Posted on 11 Mar 2016 at 6:30am

TBRU turns 21 with a Mardi Gras party, and gay Dallas is getting in on the act There’s something magical about turning 21. You can drink legally, just eight years after you first started. You’re considered an adult for all purposes except car rental and paying back your student loans. You feel mature, but are […]

Family ties

Posted on 26 Feb 2016 at 7:30am

Recognized by the White House as a ‘Champion of Change,” Marco Castro-Bojorquez shows Latino families in a different light Chris Azzopardi  | Contributing Writer chrisazzopardi@pridesource.com Marco Castro-Bojorquez was never very close to his father. They rarely spoke, especially about Castro-Bojorquez’s sexuality. But two years ago, on New Year’s Eve, something changed. His family went out […]

Scene stealer

Posted on 29 Jan 2016 at 6:00am

In just 3 years, Kelsey Ervi has established a reputation as one of North Texas’ most peripatetic theater professionals. And she’s just getting started ARNOLD WAYNE JONES Executive Editor jones@dallasvoice.com When last we caught up with Kelsey Leigh Ervi, she was a relative newcomer to the North Texas theater scene — working as an assistant […]

Jillian Michaels is working it out

Posted on 22 Jan 2016 at 6:15am

The reality TV star and fitness guru reclaims gay slurs, thanks Madonna and discusses showing her fans a new side The “shred” will put you through the sweat fires of hell, but despite her extreme workouts, Jillian Michaels wants you to know she is no monster. To set the record, ahem, straight, the out fitness […]

‘Looking’ back

Posted on 18 Dec 2015 at 6:15am

Out filmmaker Andrew Haigh, on the upcoming ‘Looking’ finale and how his buzz-generating hetero-marriage character study ‘45 Years’ is really a sequel to  ‘Weekend’ In 2011, openly gay writer/director Andrew Haigh made a splash in the film world with Weekend, an instant LGBT film classic about a pair of gay men, Russell and Glen, who […]