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Celebrity stylist Josh Owen dishes on what it's like to dress the stars
"The relationship between stylist and artist is very close," Josh Owen says. "We give them armor to walk out on stage."
American LGBTQ+ Museum Hires First Executive Director
The board of the New York-based American LGBTQ+ Museum has hired a new executive director ahead of the museum's anticipated 2024 launch.
Two chemicals in marijuana could help prevent COVID-19, but there's a catch
A new agent of protection against COVID-19 might be marijuana, a new study suggests, though its effectiveness is rooted in how you use it.
Review: In 'Somebody Somewhere,' Home Is Like No Place
The cabaret singer and Kansas native Bridget Everett is subtle and stunning in an HBO comedy about finding your voice in midlife.
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In the new HBO comedy "Somebody Somewhere," Bridget Everett plays a woman who finds her voice and her place amid members of an oddball choir in her hometown in Kansas.
Review: In 'Somebody Somewhere,' Home Is Like No Place
The cabaret singer and Kansas native Bridget Everett is subtle and stunning in an HBO comedy about finding your voice in midlife.
Michaela Jae Rodriguez Becomes First Trans Golden Globe Winner
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Michaela Jae Rodriguez from 'Pose' is the 1st trans actress to win a Golden Globe
Michaela Jae Rodriguez attends the FX's "Pose" Season 3 New York Premiere at Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 29, 2021 in New York City.
What's on TV This Week: 'RuPaul's Drag Race' and 'Batman Forever'
The 14th season of RuPaul's Emmy-winning competition series premieres on VH1. And "Batman Forever" airs on BBC America.
Russia is using a dirty trick to kick LGBTQ websites off of the internet
Russia has used a dirty trick to shut down two LGBTQ organizations and block their websites and social media accounts from appearing online. It has labeled them as "foreign agents."