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Ross Matthews Talks RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9

  The premiere of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 9 is nearly upon us. And, mama, I could not be more excited! RuPaul, the presiding Queen Mother of the “House of All Things Gay,” seems determined to take her empire to the next level. How that is even possible … I don’t know! But I can’t wait to find out. My favorite […]

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‘Survivor: Game Changers’ Power Rankings Round 2: Double Tribal Trouble Edition

QUICK NOTE: XFINITY.com is the place to be for all of your bug-eatin’, back-stabbin’, “Survivor” coverage. During the season we’ll have insightful weekly Power Rankings, exit interviews, and full episode recaps. Follow me on Twitter (@gordonholmes) for up-to-the-minute updates. Watch Full Episodes of “Survivor: Game Changers” The Rules: Each week our two combatants will create […]

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Dick Wolf Delivers Again with ‘Chicago Justice’

Uber producer Dick Wolf’s latest series in the Chicago franchise debuts all the way at the top spot of our weekly XFINITY Weekly 20 On Demand list. Chicago Justice stars Philip Winchester, Carl Weathers, Joelle Carter and Monica Barbaro, and expands the franchise into the city’s State Attorney’s office, where the assembled team pursues justice […]

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Let’s Have a ‘Kiki’

  In New York City, LGBTQ youth of color gather out on the Christopher Street Pier to practice a performance-based art form, Ballroom, which was made famous in the early 1990s by Madonna’s music video “Vogue” and the documentary “Paris Is Burning.” Twenty-five years after these cultural touchstones, a new and very different generation of LGBTQ youth have […]

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Why Buffy Slayed as a Gay Icon

“The hardest thing in this world is to live in it.” -Buffy Summers   This week marks the 20th Anniversary of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s” premiere episode. And while many of us have moved on from our high-school days, it would be unfair to look back at our formative years and not pay our respects to […]

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Making an Impact: Q&A with Filmmaker Grace Lee of ‘American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs’

By Neelanjana Banerjee This is an edited version of an interview that appeared on the Center for Asian American Media’s website. Filmmaker Grace Lee’s documentary and narrative films investigate how one’s identity and ideas influence the world around them. Whether it is her acclaimed first feature-length film “The Grace Lee Project,” which investigates the lives of […]

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“Off the Menu: Asian America” Highlights the Stories and Traditions of People Behind the Dishes

By Momo Chang This blog is an edited version of an article that appeared on the Center for Asian American Media’s website. Award-winning director Grace Lee’s “Off the Menu: Asian America” explores the stories of people behind the food, focusing on Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. From the Gulf Coast of Texas to Wisconsin’s heartland to […]

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