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CINFUL / By Staley Jophiel Munroe / March 1, 2018

‘Property Lovers’ Want You to Feel Right at Home

  PJ and Thomas McKay will share their renovation and decorating expertise at the Columbus home show. By Bob Vitale PJ and Thomas McKay, property-renovating husbands from Tennessee, will offer tips and tricks for remaking your home when they take the stage Saturday...

Carrie Brownstein Headed to Hulu With New Series

By Romeo San Vicente Bisexual punk rock icon and TV sketch comedy star Carrie Brownstein, of Sleater-Kinney and "Portlandia" fame, is hard at work on a new TV series that will bring the two halves of her working life together. It’s...

Anti-Gay Church Buys Former Gay Bar in Toledo

Prizm News / February 5, 2018 / By Bob Vitale   Adams Street businesses vows to keep the Downtown district a welcoming place.  By Bob Vitale A church that lists homosexuality, bisexuality and gender dysphoria as sins comparable to incest and bestiality has...

Love Your Look

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Staley Jophiel Munroe

Paris Still Burns

Prizm News / February 1, 2018 / By D.A. Steward The house ball scene’s journey from underground to the mainstream hasn't dimmed its spirit. By D.A. Steward In the 2015 documentary, “Strike a Pose,” an update on the lives of the dancers featured...

January Fashion 2018

Chic, Revved Up

‘Tom of Finland’ Film Opening in Columbus, Cleveland

  By Bob Vitale  Just about any fantasy you have right now can come to life—or at least high-resolution photography—at the other end of a Google search.  For a generation of gay men, though, erotic fantasies were fueled by the art of...

The Role of Her Lifetime

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Chris Azzopardi Alexandra Billings brings her own experience to her 'Transparent' character, Davina.   By Chris Azzopardi “I’m shocked that I’m sitting here talking to you, to be honest,” Alexandra Billings says, blown away by the...

In With the New

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The days of dark, windowless gay bars are over, a new breed of club owners say. But are spaces just for us disappearing as well?   By Bob Vitale The drapes are drawn closed...
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