David France's stirring history of ACT UP.
The history and survival of ACT UP.
Schools are finally getting tougher on gay bullying.
Once again we have yet another example that if a musician opens his or her mouth without the benefit of a guitar or piano close by, trouble is usually not far behind. In this case it's Rockin' Randall Hank Williams Jr., who compared this year's Obama/John Boehner "golf summit" to Adolf Hitler hittin ... More >>
Who knew three days of peace & music would oppress us for 40 years? (Plus: this movie)
‚ÄčTed Kennedy died this morning, as anyone on the Web already knows.His death presents a problem of sorts for right-wingers, who despised him as much as they do Obama or the Clintons (or JFK and RFK back in the day, probably).So how are they reacting?The Lone Star Times blog is home to some of the ... More >>
A TV reporter tries to take on the Houston Arts Alliance in a sensationalist, inaccurate series
The Austin Lounge Lizards crawl into town
The magazine offers yet another favor to a Bush
Karen Finely in Shut Up and Love Me
"Made in USA" gives patriotism a twist
Paul Zaloom is all cake when it comes to kids and science
The eclectic New York space lends a strange sampling to New Gallery
Karen Finley brings her latest First Amendment challenge to Theater LaB
The Reverend Billy C. Wirtz
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
Maraca and Otra Vision
Ten days of alternative films roll out with Get Real
In The Watermelon Woman, Cheryl Dunye creates her own history
The boys are back, as Bush and Bullock usher in the age of transpartisan politics
Sincerity Forever boasts energy, but little intelligence
Annie Sprinkle: Performance artist par X-cellence?
A review of the films of '93, and hopes for an adventurous '94