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Movie Review: ‘Jamie Marks Is Dead’

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'Jamie Marks is Dead,' a Sundance Selection, is bound to become a cult classic for its deep, moody, scary, and seductive tale of adolescent confusion carried over into the world of the dead. It is based on the novel 'One for Sorrow' by Christopher Barzak. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Doctor Anonymous’ by Guy Fredrick Glass

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The true story of a psychiatrist’s struggle with his sexuality at the dawn of the Gay Pride movement is dramatized in an earnest but uneven production. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Is Being Gay a Sin?’ by Juliet Jacky Hodge

Is Being Gay a Sin by Juliet Jacky Hodge

"What is so great about being heterosexual? Heterosexuals are just as likely to succumb to temptations of the flesh." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Place at the Table’ by Susan Rebecca White

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Three characters' life stories intermingle in a New York City cafe. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Sadie Hawkins”

"Sadie Hawkins" is a weak point in Glee's season, but at least we get Zizes back! Read More »

Book Review: These Things Happen by Richard Kramer

A smart, funny, coming-of-age novel by an award-winning television writer and director. Read More »

Sticks and Stones: Homosexuality No Longer an Insult

The court's ruling reflects the fact that the prevailing culture in the U.S. no longer considers homosexuality a perversion or a sickness. Read More »

Obama’s a Commie?

President Obama stood with the rights of the homosexual American. Read More »

Why Hemingway Would Shoot Himself Again If He Were Alive and Writing Today

How feminist, deconstructionist literary criticism killed the strong male protagonist. Read More »

Book Review: Palm Trees on the Hudson: A True Story of the Mob, Judy Garland and Interior Decorating by Elliot Tiber

A prequel memoir of being 20-something in the 1960s by the author of Taking Woodstock. Read More »