Month: April 2022

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Bill Hader explains why he turned down SNL appearance as iconic gay character Stefon

April 25, 2022 Maggie Baska (Pink News) Bill Hader declined an opportunity to to return to Saturday Night Live as gay character Stefon because it didn’t feel like a “good thing to do now”. Hader was a regular cast member on Saturday Night Live (SNL) for eight years and was known for his dead-on impressions as well as his iconic recurring characters. One of his most well-known roles was Stefon, a gay “city correspondent” on Weekend Update. On the segment, […]

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The song that Dave Grohl called “the most beautiful piece of music ever written”

By Tom Taylor (Far Out Magazine) APR 24, 2022 Whether you love him or loath him – and fewer people loath him than chocolate – Dave Grohl is one of the finest songwriters of our time. For some reason, this is perhaps less recognized than it should be. To put it as simply as possible, there aren’t many musicians who have the eclectic depth to their back catalogue that he has whilst sustaining both a mainstream presence and artistic integrity. […]

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Queer News

Laura Ingraham’s Estranged Gay Brother Calls Her ‘A Monster’

By Jazmin Tolliver Apr. 13, 2022 Laura Ingraham’s estranged gay brother, Curtis Ingraham, on Tuesday called the Fox News host “a monster” over her support for anti-LGBTQ legislation and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Curtis Ingraham responded to a clip from “The Ingraham Angle” in which his sister criticized schools for teaching students about sexuality and gender identity. “It’s dubbed a queer-inclusive curriculum,” Laura Ingraham said in a segment titled “Doom & Groom.” “Gone are the days when they’re just teaching about […]

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Queer News

‘100 Years of Men in Love’: New film unearths old stories of gay romance.

April 12, 2022 by Jay Valle A new documentary based on a vast collection of old photos featuring gay men in love going back to the mid-1800s has made its television debut. “100 Years of Men in Love: The Accidental Collection,” directed by Emmy-winning producer David Millbern, is based on the photo book “Loving: A Photographic History of Men in Love, 1850s — 1950s” by Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell.  Nini and Treadwell began their collection 22 years ago when the […]

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The Grapes Of Wrath

The Grapes of Wrath were formed in Kelowna, British Columbia, in 1983 by Chris Hooper, Tom Hooper and Kevin Kane.All three had been members of the short-lived punk rock band Kill Pigs. They came up with the new band name after looking at a movie guide—nobody in the band had seen the movie or read the book. In 1984, they signed to Nettwerk, and released a self-titled EP that year. The following year, their debut album September Bowl of Green […]

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