Dallas’ Emmanuel Tobias, on (almost) getting on ‘Project Runway’
I’m sure The Normal Heart will shock a lot of mainstream sensibilities, and even some disdainful gays who think it both negatively portrays gay stereotypes and glamorizes anonymous sex.
Two iconic actresses with ties to Dallas— Morgan Fairchild and Lindy Gray — will strut the red carpet at the USA Film Festival ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor When you get a half-hour to chat with Linda Gray — who, for 36 years, has been intimately associated with our fair city as the [...]
Bravo’s Madison Hildebrand brings his empowerment message — and killer smile — to Dallas Since he started appearing on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing six seasons ago, Madison Hildebrand has become one of SoCal’s most recognizable — and hottest — gay Realtors. Heck, we’d buy a condo from him even if it was in the Towering [...]
‘Dallas’ returns — without Hagman, but chock full of juicy back-stabbing ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor There’s bound to be a lot of channel clicking in North Texas come Monday night, as RuPaul’s Drag Race on Logo and TNT’s reboot of Dallas both return for their season premieres — Ru’s sixth, Dallas’ third. [...]
Jonathan Groff has had a pretty good week. The animated film he stars in, Frozen, was just nominated for two Oscars and his new HBO series, Looking, debuts on Sunday. So it was a good time for our Chris Azzopardi to sit down with Groff to discuss all his gay projects, idolizing Mark Ruffalo and how Looking freaked out his family.
January is always a busy time on TV: The midseason replacement series begin with the end of football season and the ratings losers swept away before the new year starts. And even popular shows kick off new episodes after a holiday season of reruns, all leading up to February sweeps. But this year January is [...]
The creator and star of new series about a gay rapper talk about their edgy take on anime CHRIS AZZOPARDI | Contributing Writer firstname.lastname@example.org He’s here, he’s queer … and he raps? It’s almost an oxymoron — or it used to be. But then there was Frank Ocean, the gay hip-hop god who came out in [...]
We continue our look back at ’13 with a list of the people in North Texas arts and culture who helped define the year TV is one of the few pop culture categories where year in, year out you can — but don’t have to — see the same titles over and over again. As [...]
When I saw Redemption earlier this year, when it was in the running for an Oscar for best documentary short, I thought it had a serious shot at winning