The year 2016 is starting to look like a terrible year for music as another icon has passed away: Prince (or Prince Rogers Nelson) at the age of 57.
Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam have made a stand against states with anti-LGBT legislation, with Boston the latest to join the boycott bandwagon.
It sounds like a murder-mystery, but there's a current trend of lesbian TV characters dying off on the small screen, from The 100 to The Vampire Diaries.
Samantha Ronson-- coming from a legacy of music-- doesn't just play other people's songs as a DJ. She has also released her own album of sweet tunes.
As the curtains close on her Rebel Heart worldwide tour, Madonna has proven she's not only the No. 1 solo artist, she's No. 3 among all touring acts.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of The Birdcage, the iconic Mike Nichols remake of the 1978 French-Italian comedy film La Cage Aux Folles.
When artist Johniene Papandreas closed a door on one part of her life, she opened a window with her art, which can be seen in a new exhibit in California.
Welcome to the sex lives of 1950s' LGBT Hollywood celebrities. it was a period when sex was oozing out of the bedroom, especially in Hollywood.
The Matrix filmmaker Lilly Wachowski, formerly Andy, has come out as a transgender woman, following in the footsteps of her sister, Lana Wachowski.
Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon have made great leaps in the past few years, most notably the rise of cartoon shows with queer visibility.