Perfect for the gym rat or fitness guru on your list, these items may be small but they pack a punch
Don't subject your loved ones to junk from SkyMall when holiday shopping while you're on the road can be such a classy affair! These international pitstops are ideal for last-minute ideas
A flashy new hardcover explores the allure of disco-era album artwork, from Chic and Giorgio Moroder to Donna and Grace
The city's most in-demand nightlife duo, Luke Nero and Andrés Rigal, have caused L.A. gays to update their dance cards for a recently revamped party and a brand-new Hollywood fête
Help spread some cheer this holiday season by sprucing up your party look with these flashy must-haves
The L.A.-based production company, most popular for the hugely successful gay staple 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' held its annual holiday party at Universal's Globe Theatre
Just as important as your Tuesday night itinerary (it's the new Saturday, you know) is where you lay your head—and the head of that LES hottie you've just brought home from Westgay
3 new attractions beckoning you to the Bay Area, including the latest from Midnight Mass impresario Peaches Christ, a happy hour hot spot and the Castro's newest bar offering
A look at this year's welcome surprises, potential LGBT winners and the snubs of two of Hollywood's A-listers
This year we've compiled four separate gift guides, each full of items curated specifically for our sophisticated readers
It’s a real-life escape game, more similar to the board game Clue than a certain bloody horror franchise you’re thinking of (rest assured there are no saws involved)
Lisa Adams knows a thing or two about closets. She may not be a gay man, but she’s become Hollywood’s queen of revolutionizing personal space. Since 2007, a jaw-dropping roster of celebs, designers, architects and homeowners have engaged Adams and her L.A. Closet Design company to create customized—and often high-tech—wardrobe spaces that bring value to the home, make organization easy and add real flair to what can be a man’s most important principality.
Sources connected to E! television series Fashion Police, known for both its skewering and celebrating of Hollywood’s wardrobe choices, have reportedly confirmed to TMZ that Kathy Griffin will be replacing Joan Rivers as the show’s matriarch. Fans will recall that Rivers passed away from a botched non-cosmetic surgical procedure back in September.
Perhaps you know Drew Droege best from his Chloë Sevigny impersonations, in which he waxes poetic on everything from holidays (Hallowe'en comes to mind) to toast and accessories. Maybe you recognize him from the litany of projects he's starred in to date, including shows as varied as How I Met Your Mother, Hot in Cleveland and popular gay web series Where the Bears Are. It could be you're familiar with him as "The Hardest Working Gay Man in Hollywood," a title we at Frontiers gave him when we put him on our cover last December. Regardless, get ready for Droege to stun you yet again.
This past weekend saw the return of LGBT comic book and pop culture convention Bent-Con, held at the Burbank Marriott Nov. 7-9. It's always a weekend filled with gays running amok—to panel discussions, featured exhibitors, a well-stocked bar—and many are sporting their very best cosplay.
The wtichy queen of rock 'n' roll, Stevie Nicks, took to Facebook for a live Q&A session today, treating her fans to stories about all sorts of topics, from her solo career and daily beauty regimen to her puppy Sulamith. Nicks—currently on tour with a recently reunited Fleetwood Mac (and coming to L.A. later this month)—answered the questions put before her, getting as candid as she's ever been. Here are some highlights.
Half a million people turned out for West Hollywood's annual Halloween Carnaval last night, one of the largest (if not the largest) All Hallows' Eve celebrations in the world. Streets throughout the small city were closed and its residents and visitors roamed the streets from La Cienega to Robertson Boulevard, checking out costumes and peacocking for the crowd.
Frontiers' own Drew Droege, whom we proclaimed as "Hollywood's Hardest Working Man" last December, spends quite a bit of time on-camera as a woman—as indie film and fashion darling Chloé Sevigny, to be exact. The latest Chloë short film is horror-themed, just in time for the night's Halloween festivities.
Last night marked the debut performance of an all-new stateside tour by former Jonas Brother—and current gay obsession, thanks to a couple racy photo shoots—Nick Jonas. The former 'boy bander' crooned to an audience of Angeleno women and gay men at Satellite, a small club in the heart of Silver Lake, and was well-received by those in attendance.
Saturday, Oct. 25, saw an influx of gays—decked out in their Halloween finest—descend upon Downtown Los Angeles for Halloweenie, always the year's spookiest and sexiest Halloween-themed event. Presented by Brian Pendleton and Chad Goldman, the party's ninth annual installment packed the Los Angeles Theatre with local gays and allies.
It’s been 30 years since Venkman, Ray, Winston and Egon saved New York City and the world from evil androgyne (and ancient god) Gozer in Ghostbusters, which still today holds up as a piece of supernatural comedy genius. The 1984 film was a critical and commercial hit, spawning a slew of goodies, including a ridiculous amount of plastic toys and glow-in-the-dark apparel, several video games and a couple animated series. No merchandise, though, could top the marketing power of the film’s eponymous theme song, recorded by the very definition of a one-hit wonder, Ray Parker Jr.
When the Hammer Museum invited artist Jim Hodges to present a mid-career retrospective, Hodges took the opportunity to spark a New York invasion of Los Angeles. Less than two weeks after the opening of GIve More Than You Take, which is on-site through January, Hodges invited three of his favorite East Coast-based performers to light up the outdoor space at the Hammer. “I want to share a bit of New York with Los Angeles,” said artist Jim Hodges, and that he did.
For nearly a decade, photographer Jeremy Kost has experimented with multiple-exposure Polaroids—a camera malfunction that became a fortuitous mistake—and his new book, Fractured, is his latest series, depicting stereotypically beautiful men in gorgeous, golden-hued settings.
One of L.A.'s hottest local designers, Marco Morante debuted his third Marco Marco collection at the Vibiana in Downtown Los Angeles last night as part of the city's fashion week festivities.
The high fashion, hedonism and fluid gender roles of the 1970s dance floor mix with punk rock defiance in a new collection—as decadent and diverse as the era it celebrates