I hadn’t come out of the closet yet in the 1980s but anyone who even glanced at television or print news knew that there was a storm brewing over AIDS and its impact on America and the world. I knew that President Ronald Reagan and his government weren’t behind funding for research to help stop the […]
Logo Trailblazers: Last night in New York City, it was no coincidence that on the one-year anniversary declaring DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act) unconstitutional, Logo TV’s inaugural Trailblazers was held honoring pioneers who have broken new ground for LGBT civil rights. The event airs on Logo on June 26 at 9pm ET/PT. President Bill Clinton to honored Edie Windsor […]
Bill Clinton evaded the question when David Letterman asked him if wife Hillary will run for president. Watch …
There were a lot of tears shed by audience members at the DGA Theatre during the screening of this remarkable film that, honestly, makes you believe in love again. It also makes you determined to continue to fight for gay couples to have the same rights as straights in life – and in death.
As his third season on “Saturday Night Live” nears its end, Taran Killam has a lot of highlights to reflect on. For instance, there was the “Avengers” parody he co-wrote and appeared in with Jeremy Renner or the hypnotist sketch with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson, theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) I owe Richie Havens a profound debt of gratitude. In the late 1960s, when I thought of folk music, I thought of a white kid strumming a guitar and singing country music mixed with some hippie or antiwar lyrics. It was music that had no appeal to […]
Who can seize the rapt attention of a room full of A-list movie and TV stars? Try a former U.S. president.
Director Martin Scorsese is making a documentary about former president Bill Clinton for HBO. The cable network announced Monday that Clinton will be offering his full cooperation on the project, which Scorsese will be producing and directing.
On “The Daily Show,” Bill Clinton held forth on his Global Initiative, his recent convention speech, and the problems with Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. Watch …
NEW YORK (AP) — The second night of the Democratic National Convention beat the Republicans in television ratings and, perhaps more impressively, beat pro football. An estimated 25.1 million people watched the convention between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Wednesday, when former President Bill Clinton delivered an impassioned nomination speech for President Barack Obama, […]