Artist Miranda July debuts a new app that reconnects us to "real life" communication with all of its awkwardness, nuance, subtlety, and mess.
If you wanted to see a Broadway show in the past, you had a few choices: Pay full price, wait in line for discount tickets, or deal with complicated online codes. Now, there's another option, and it's changing the way people buy tickets.
This week we revisit Season 4. Buffy is in college and has a new roommate that really likes Cher. And labeling things. And evil toenails. And soul stealing. This isn't going to turn out well, is it?
A mix tape of songs to indulge the little rebel in all of us.
A project honoring pioneers of LGBT history will be unveiled in San Francisco on September 2.
"Gone Home" is not just a video game—it's an LGBT novel in the form of a first-person role-player.
There's nothing quite like werecuttlefish erotica to makes you yearn for more innocent times.
A security flaw in the popular hook-up app allows people to determine the near-exact location of users anywhere in the world—a terrifying prospect for those in Iran, Russia, and other homophobic nations.
A look back at the original cast of the British sci-fi dramedy "Misfits."
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.