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A Circular Prism

Queer Life Explored in Documentaries at the Provincetown International Film Festival by Steve Desroches

Sound of Metal

Film Review by Rebecca M. Alvin In the past few years there have been a number...

Not of this Earth

by Rebecca M. Alvin The year is 1977. We’re in what John Cameron Mitchell calls “the New Jersey of London”—Croydon, England. Three teenage boys find...

The Truffle Hunters

REVIEW by Rebecca M Alvin If you think you’re going to learn a lot about how...

Time’s Up

Photo: Keynote speaker April Reign A Report from the Provincetown Women’s Media Summit by Rebecca M. Alvin This year’s Academy Awards ceremony was markedly different. It seemed the...

Velvet Ropes and Hollywood Tricks

by Steve Desroches Every aspect of modern American life is increasingly presented through the lens of wealth and celebrity. The rich and famous control the...

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

The Movement to Save Lesbian Bars by Steve Desroches TOP IMAGE: Owner of New York...

Anything but Typical

Punk, Power, and Palmolive in Here to Be Heard by Rebecca M. Alvin At first glance, Paloma McLardy appears to be just like any other 63-year-old...

A Sense of Place: Mischa Richter’s I Am a Town

by Rebecca M. Alvin All Images from Mischa Richter’s I Am a Town © 2019

REVIEW: Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Bill Traylor at work; Untitled (Dog Fight with Writing) ca. 1939-1940