New Yorkers can finally get to taste the real Italian food that we Miamians have been raving about for a few years now. The people at the prestigious James Beard Foundation had the very good sense to invite Chef Giancarlo Cacciatori (known from childhood as Wendy) and his soon-to-be bride Valentina who own and run VIA … Continue reading
British born actor Jack O’Connell who identifies more with his Irish heritage, has been wowing audiences ever since his film debut as a teenaged skinhead, in the coming-of-age drama This Is England in 2006. He has this remarkable propensity for playing tough troubled young men, first in Skins, and then in his breakthrough starring role in Starred … Continue reading
The award-winning National Theatre’s all-star cast production of Stephen Sondheim’ legendary musical FOLLIES is being broadcast live internationally to selected movie theaters . To find out where and when nearest to your city go to http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/productions/63102-follies. Meanwhile here is a trailer of this unmissable production.
As part of the Tate Britain’s recent exhibition Queer British Art 1861-1967, Channel 4 commissioned six new films; six portraits of queer individuals by six queer filmmakers. Matt Lambert’s subject was the iconic avant-garde cabaret performer David Hoyle, the Divine David himself, in his custom Rick Owens drag, talking about his first gay club with God … Continue reading
DADDY ISSUES started life as a small queer party in a basement club in London’s East End in June 2015 by Ollywood and Borja Pena and has now gone global, and is now also happening monthly in Los Angeles and Madrid. There are also pop up versions in San Francisco and NYC and Mexico will … Continue reading