John Rechy: On the Gay Sensibility
By Frank Pizzoli
Born erudite, John Rechy, 83, is the author of twelve novels and three non-fiction works. He was raised Mexican-American in El Paso, Texas at a time when Latino children were routinely segregated.
He was assumed to be Anglo because of his light skin. A teacher “changed” his name from Juan to John.
Check Out The Latest Broadway (And Off-Broadway) Cast Recordings
by Chris Narloch
The Tony Awards for 2014 are history, and it will be awhile before shows like “A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder,” which won for Best Musical this year, and “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” which nabbed the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical, are seen in these parts.
In the meantime, you can enjoy cast recordings for many of the nominated shows, including “If/Then” with Idina Menzel, and the Broadway version of “Bullets Over Broadway,” as well as several off-Broadway CDs, reviewed below.
The Glamour of dr.a.g. Returns to Bookstores with Twenty never-before-seen images
Christopher Logan has re-released his remarkable coffee table book filled with photographs capturing the worlds most celebrated drag superstars by the industry’s leading photographers.
Photos represent a wide spectrum of drag icons from underground drag royalty to the new breed of reality television stars. Included are Jeffree Star, shot by photographer Austin Young, Jimmy James as Marilyn Monroe by photographer Walter Melrose and Larry Edwards as Tina Turner by photographer Ninon Nguyen.
The Black Keys and Neon Trees -- Plus Rixton, Robyn & Royksopp
by Chris Narloch
I don’t care whether an artist records rock music, dance music or bubblegum pop, as long as it’s good.
All of those genres are represented below in reviews of recent CDs that are worth spending your cold hard cash on.
Everything You Need To Know About Cooking With Olive Oil
How often have you been at the store looking at bottles of olive oil and not knowing which one to buy? How many times have wished you had more uses for that expensive extra virgin oil you purchased other than a salad dressing or sautéing up a quick dish?
A new book has come out that provides all the answers. Cooking Techniques And Recipes With Olive Oil (Two Extra Virgins/April 2014; hardcover/$26.95) by Mary Platis and Laura Bashar, provides easy yet detailed techniques for poaching, braising, marinating, infusing, and baking with olive oil -- everything home cooks need to know about olive oil: from purchasing to storage to delicious recipes.
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