Superstar stylist and Fashion Police’s Brad Goreski learned self-destruction is never in fashion By Nelson Branco   You apparently can go home again.   Recently, superstylist to the stars and TV personality Brad Goreski was a headline speaker during a mentor session at his alma mater, Toronto’s George Brown College, where he studied musical theatre.   “It’s


Creating something positive—and life-changing—out of the anger and dismay at this terrible event By Christopher Turner   It’s been months since the LGBT community and the world woke to reports that a lone gunman had killed 49 people and injured another 53 during a horrific shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. But,


RIP Chris Edwards: December 24, 1961–September 6, 2016 Interviews by Steven Bereznai   The world lost a queen of queens in September, when drag royalty Chris Edwards passed away in hospital. The 54-year-old collapsed in his dressing room at Toronto’s Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, following a performance as Tina Turner. He died


A young, gay, black man’s coming-of-age story is receiving rave reviews By Yasmin Seneviratne I’m not a movie critic—I wish I had the depth of knowledge to review Moonlight in the context of what’s come before it, or even in relation to writer and director Barry Jenkins’ first feature film (2008’s Medicine

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