Tag: gay icon

Gay maestro Van Cliburn dies

Van Cliburn, the Texas native who became the most acclaimed pianist of the second half the 20th century, has died, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and other outlets are reporting. He was 78. He revealed last fall that he had cancer.

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The iron ladies of “The Iron Lady”

Out filmmaker Phyllida Lloyd directs Meryl Streep, who talks gay icon status — of both herself and Margaret Thatcher Nothing can stand in the way of the almighty Meryl Streep — except on this particular afternoon. At a New York...

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Cher is the latest gay icon to get a comic book

I’m not sure who’s running things over at Bluewater Productions comics, but they know their gay audiences. Following up on previous celebrity bio-comics like Lady Gaga, Madonna and Ellen DeGeneres, the publisher...

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‘Gypsy’ in her soul

B’way legend and gay icon Patti LuPone brings her powerful pipes to Dallas ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com You might not have seen her name above the title on a movie or welcomed her every week into...

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GOProud taps Coulter for advisory board

Is THIS the Queen of Fabulous? I firmly believe that for the LGBT equality to make true and lasting progress, we need activists and allies in both the major political parties. Though I don’t always agree with the political...

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OWN and ‘Becoming Chaz’

When I first heard that Oprah Winfrey was starting her own network — aptly called the Oprah Winfrey Network or OWN — I was expecting something like Lifetime or even The Hallmark Channel. Who knew we’d end up with a cross...

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Clay Aiken performs tonight at Verizon Theatre

Clay Aiken went from ‘American Idol’ to gay icon — and more It should come as no surprise that singer Clay Aiken would be a gentleman. With his Southern twang and clean-cut persona, he’s both personable and professional in an...

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Feat of Clay

DAPPER DUDE  |  Clay Aiken doesn’t spill the beans much on his personal life, but talks up his activism work with LGBT organizations because he takes them and the work they do very personally. Clay Aiken went from ‘American...

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Best Bets • 08.27.10

Saturday 08.28 We’d go for the food and the beef This has caused quite a dilemma. If we were going to Visions: The Women’s Expo this weekend, we’d want to nosh on Fort Worth chef Scott Jones’ culinary demonstrations, but there...

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Sparks unplugged

Straight comic (and gay icon) Hal Sparks gets the last laugh STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer  stevencraiglindsey@me.com COMIC AS FOLK | Hal Sparks headlines this weekend at Arlington Improv; gay baiters not welcome. NO...

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