The Canadian-born country singer released her first full-length album, “The Lemonade Stand,” on June 26.
Before the AIDS epidemic took hold in the Eighties, summer weekenders on Fire Island reveled in a freeing environment that some say was like no other.
The artist highlights queer representation in visual art and the lost history of LGBTQ violence from the late Nineties in a dual exhibition in New York.
The actress stars as Sister Alice on HBO’s “Perry Mason” reboot.
Velez costars and cowrites in real-life best friend Pete Davidson’s “The King of Staten Island,” and looks toward his own HBO special.
JD Barnes, the chief photographer for Essence, on the need to shoot the Black Lives Matter protests in New York.
“I wanted it to be an examination of the culture that allowed this to happen,” said Sey of the documentary featuring the athletes, attorneys, detectives and reporters who brought USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar to justice.
The author penned her latest novel several years ago.
The organization was founded in late 2018 by actress and activist Ianne Fields Stewart.
An advocate of LGBTQ rights and ceo of Roksanda, Gill wants the fashion industry to be more inclusive.
The director’s poignant film is a love letter to her hometown in Texas.
Artistic director Janet Eilber discusses staging the “lost” 1937 dance for a digital audience.
Inside the six-block zone of Seattle nearly one week in of being police-free.
The photographer teamed up with Absolut Art to offer four limited photo print editions.
The star of HBO’s “We’re Here” launches an initiative to help feed drag performers who are struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic, and looks ahead through Pride Month.
The annual Trooping the Colour ceremony, which normally draws royals young and old to the main balcony of Buckingham Palace, was a restrained affair that took place at Windsor Castle, with only Queen Elizabeth in attendance.
The restaurant, which is set to open later this year in the Lower East Side, is offering meal kits for pickup.
The music festival’s organizers have attracted 25 million active viewers with weekly livestreams as part of a digital initiative leading up to this year’s online Tomorrowland, shares cofounder Michiel Beers.
Using art as a vehicle for reparations and social justice.
“In the making of this film, I realized that algorithmic justice is where the battle for civil rights and democracy will happen in the 21st century.”
Marking World Oceans Day, Sirena spoke of the team’s wool, biodegradable uniforms in a partnership with The Woolmark Company and the urgency to avoid polluting the water.