In the wake of Susan Olsen’s homophobic rant, Jeffrey Berg’s bold reimagining of Mike Brady raises provoking ideas about sexuality, fatherhood, and American manhood.
Siobhan Patricia Lynch’s heartfelt remembrance of her “Time Lord of Music”, David Bowie.
Slade Grayson asks, “What’s the one childhood toy that you really wanted, but didn’t get?”
J.M. Blaine loved it. Ericka Blount Danois wrote a book about it. The two writers talked about Soul Train, the legendary, groundbreaking television show. Read. And learn.
Adam Dyer on the greatest dancer you don’t know by name.
The Seventies were a decade of smashing taboos in filmmaking: in dialogue, depictions of history, and the image of the leading man.
Yago Colas reflects on race and basketball, as they were lived and played, body and soul, in 1970’s America.
In August, 1976, five kids from Northeast Philly were going to be the heroes who saved Rock and Roll.
Music you don’t have on your iPod … yet. Steve Jaeger’s got bold taste in movies, and albums, too.
Steve Jaeger lives to tell a tale of hitchhiking in the Age of Aquarius.
This is a comment by Sarah on the post “The Truth about Porn and Relationships”.
Fill in the blank: Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III became the first ever quarterback ______________ to start an NFL game.
My father wants me to mix his ashes with the ponytails that he has saved in plastic bags. All things considered, this seems like a reasonable final directive.
One gay cowboy’s mind is opened by the diversity of celebrants at the 1987 San Francisco Gay Pride parade.
Blast from the past: Brad Kelstrom is guest editor for a week of nostalgia.