From the Christian Broadcasting Network: "The Journey Church recently rented a nightclub in St. Louis for an evening of calm discussion over the red-hot topic: Marriage. They billed the event: 'A Gay Man and An Evangelical Walk Into a Bar.'"
Members of ACT UP yesterday crashed the ceremony to announce that the home of late New York City mayor and closet case Ed Koch is being named a historical landmark. That apartment building, NOT incidentally, is also the home of Larry Kramer.
"I challenge any same-sex marriage activist to take to their blog or to pen an op-ed doubling down on the opinion that what cake decorators and bakers do isn't a form of artistry and doesn't deserve protections as a form of expression! And I'd be willing to bet if this case had involved a portrait p
Walsh says his former X Factor act may need "more time... to grow".
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Amy Adams admitted Thursday night that she still gets wobbly from watching Spike Jonze’s “Her” — even after multiple viewings. “I get very emotional when I watch this movie, particularly one scene,” she allowed at Warner Bros.’ party at the Chateau Marmont f
A movie version of Eric Weber’s seduction guide “How to Pick Up Girls!” is in development. The Exchange has picked up feature rights to the 1968 tome and will produce in association with Josh Sugarman for the Tenafly Film Co., which has opened a Los Angeles office. “How to Pi
Afforded a plum slot coming out of ESPN’s Heisman Trophy presentation, “Youngstown Boys” is an interesting but slightly disjointed documentary from the network’s “30 for 30” franchise. Chronicling inequity in college football through two of Ohio’s native son
U.S. satellite service giant EchoStar Corp, and Brazil-based telco Global Village Telecom (GVT), a subsid of France’s Vivendi, have nixed talks to create a joint pay TV venture in Brazil. Confirming the end to talks in a brief statement Friday, Vivendi stated that it would now pursue pay-TV gr