Will Duraffourg wanted to write about J. R. R. Tolkien's life, so with the help of artist Giancarlo Caracuzzo, he wrote the graphic novel "Tolkien: Lighting Up The Darkness".
Nominated for two Academy Awards (Best Motion Picture and Best Original Screenplay) and currently sitting at 96% on Rotten Tomatoes, Celine Song’s first film “Past Lives” (A24) is the kind of debut that only comes along occasionally. There are numerous reasons why “Past Lives” has connected with audiences, but it is certain to find a following among queer viewers because the story could just as easily be told from a same-gender perspective.
Aventura Arts Center hosts “Sincerely, Sondheim: A Musical Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim” on Feb. 4 at 7 p.m., featuring Nicholas Rodriguez, direct from his performance in the Tony Award-winning revival of Sondheim’s “Company.”
Black LGBTQ artists will have their talents on full display next month in Wilton Manors. It’s the fifth year of the "Black Art Awakening" exhibit. The public is invited to experience this wealth of artistic expression on Feb. 1 at the Pride Center at Equality Park.
MTV’s Season 16 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” isn’t skimping on any of the intrigue or drama. The colossal U.S. franchise hit the small screen Jan. 5 introducing its 14 new cast members, two of whom are from Miami!
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 16 has given us a split season premiere filled with stunning talent, and unfortunately that means one contestant has to depart first.
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