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Paula Poundstone: we all know and love her for her outrageous, zany, hilarious comedy. This most gracious funny-lady allowed me a bird’s eye view into her life as a comic. Since I’m an entertainer myself,

Getting The Dinah Down (under) with Havana Brown  When T.S. Eliot opened his magnum opus, “Wasteland,” with the words, “April is the Cruelest month” he had no idea how false his words would ring decades later

LIVING THE BLUES AND ALL THAT JAZZ SWEET BABY J’AI TALKS ABOUT MUSIC, FAMILY, AND WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE A LIVING DOING WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO. by Gail ChristianPhotograph by Craig Johnson“SOME CRITICS CALL ME

Since 1973, Olivia has been serving the lesbian community, both as a groundbreaking independent women’s record label and as the travel company for lesbians. From selling over 1 million records by artists such as Meg

An empire built on creativity, a little science…and lots of room for innovation Probably the most important takeaway from an interview with celebrity chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken is that they embrace change. And,

Two powerful women have joined their lives and careers together and have taken the legal system of California by storm, making it their own. Audrey (Stephanie) Luftin and Rebecca (Reba) Birmingham have dedicated their lives

At least once or twice a lifetime people care to know if you dream in color or not. But for Laurie Rubin, it is a question she gets on numerous occasions. A renowned mezzo-soprano who

Hunter Valentine’s Kiyomi McCloskey and Laura Petracca Collide and Conquer A rock and roll band with lesbian members, Hunter Valentine is a smooth and snarling quartet creating catchy songs reminiscent of The Smiths, Radiohead and Kate

An interview with filmmakers Hanan Kattan and Shamim SarifWhen you spend as much time with someone as Shamim Sarif and Hanan Kattan do, you better be in love, real love. These two work, play, live,