Culture

Netflix Cancels ‘One Day at a Time’

Netflix has canceled “One Day at a Time” after three seasons. The comedy-drama series, which was a reboot of the 1975 Norman Lear sitcom, centered on a Cuban-American family headed by matriarch Penelope (Jus...

Food for the Soul

How much do I hate the Food Network? Let me put it this way: The only time I’ve ever watched it more than a few minutes is when my mother was dying. She kept the TV in her room at a nursing home tuned to it 24/...

LGBTQ Outcasts and Icons on the Big Screen

Two gay-themed films open in the ATL this week, one a quiet, absorbing drama about how a friendship changes perhaps forever over the course of an evening and the other an enthralling narrative feature about an ...

“I Am My Own Wife” Hits the Atlanta Theatre Stage

Out Front Theatre Company makes history this week with its production of Doug Wright’s award-winning play “I Am My Own Wife.” It stars Peter Smith, the first trans performer to ever tackle the central role. ...

One-on-One with Billy Porter

He’s captivated audiences around the world, most recently in FX’s “Pose,” now green-lighted for a second season, but the road for Billy Porter has been a long one. From Broadway to the big screen, Porter has us...

Pride Journey: Provincetown/Cape Cod

By now, most of you know I march to the beat of my own drummer, so when I decided to visit a summer time destination in the winter, people weren’t surprised. Cape Cod is known for attracting throngs of LGBTQ be...