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Touring Southern Bohemia

I've always had a love affair with Prague. It’s a combination of the history, the scenery and the beautiful people. There’s an element of mystery to all the castles and beauty of their individual stories. Royal families and the elite would live within an outrageously extravagant confinement of castle walls, while commoners would only dream of what was beyond the fortifications that kept...

Man To Man: Love Me, Love My Dog

Q: I’m not some crazy-obsessed animal person, but I do love my dog. The problem is the guy I’m dating doesn’t. He’s not mean to Max (my pup), but he’s totally cold to him and won’t even go with me when I take Max for walks. I like this guy, but is not being a pet person a reasonable deal breaker?
Shawn...

RuPaul's "No T, No Shade" Year In Review

We had the crazy idea that instead of us, your favorite magazine editors and writers, reciting our faves, raves and roastings of the year that was 2013, why not hand things over to a true pop-culture expert. So naturally we asked self-professed “ultimate observer” RuPaul, performer, host, producer and (in our humble opinion) the fiercest and most fabulous of the divas. No topic was off...

RuPaul RuVealed

RuPaul may be in deep reflection in our new December/January issue, but don’t think this cover girl isn’t thinking 2014 and beyond! Here’s the dish on the upcoming season of Drag Race (premiering in February on Logo), new Ru music and more!

We hear you’ve been working on new music and you’re set to release it early in the new year. This will be your...

Silver Bells, Andy Bell, It’s Christmastime With Erasure!

Snow Globe is an apt title for Erasure’s new album, because it shakes up Christmas and flips it upside down. Yes, the synth-pop duo of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell has given the world a new holiday themed record, comprising classic carols and original compositions. Snow Globe sets itself apart from traditional Christmas albums by displacing the predictable saccharine sentimentality with a bittersweet, post-Christian spirituality....

From The Bottom Up

It's been more than three decades since HIV/AIDS first hit the scene, cutting short the lives of more than 25 million people globally. For many in the LGBT community, that seems like no time at all. They still cope daily with the psychological scars left from losing their friends and lovers. For others, particularly the 20-to-35-year-old set, three decades is a bit too long. They...

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