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How Ethan Hawke's Magical Friendship Became Acclaimed Doc

By Frank J. Avella | Mar 31
How actor Ethan Hawke's casual meeting with musician/teacher Seymour Bernstein led to the acclaimed documentary "Seymour: An Introduction," currently in theaters.

Dumb Ass Lists :: Vintage Toys That Made Boys Gay

By EDGE | Mar 31
We're not talking Teletubbies and Dora as an Aquapet, boys. If you're over 30 and you played with these toys, they're the reason you're gay today. Full stop.

Mediation Set for Photographer's Suit Against Justin Bieber

Mar 31
A mediation session is set in Miami in an attempt to resolve a lawsuit against pop star Justin Bieber filed by a photographer who says he was roughed up by the singer's security.

NBC, Cirque du Soleil Bringing 'The Wiz' to TV, Broadway

Mar 31
"The Wiz" is coming to TV and back to Broadway with productions from NBC and Cirque du Soleil.

Questionable Tweets By New 'Daily Show' Host Noah Draw Fire

Mar 31
A day after Trevor Noah was declared the new host of "The Daily Show," complete with the blessing of the exiting Jon Stewart, graphic tweets targeting women, Jews and victims of the Ebola virus are causing a social media backlash.

'Daily Show' Host Noah Discusses His New Gig

Mar 31
Shortly after Comedy Central made the news official Monday that Trevor Noah would replace Jon Stewart as "The Daily Show" host, Noah, on a standup comedy tour, discussed his new gig by phone from Dubai with the Associated Press.

Stephen King Calls Indiana 'Religious Liberty' Law a 'Dog Turd'

By Jason St. Amand | Mar 31
Stephen King took to Twitter Monday to call Indiana's "religious liberty" law a "dog turd."

Lambda Winner Sassafras Lowery Releases 'Lost Boi'

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 31
In "Lost Boi," Sassafras Lowery's queer punk reimagining of the classic Peter Pan story, prepare to be swept overboard into a world of orphaned, abandoned and runaway bois who have sworn allegiance and service to Pan, the fearless leader of the Lost Bois.

Cromer Comes Back to Boston for 'Little Sheba'

By EDGE | Mar 31
Huntington Theatre Company brings the American classic "Come Back, Little Sheba" by William Inge to life in an intimate theatrical setting. David Cromer, the creative force behind "Our Town," explores desire and addiction in this portrait of a marriage.

Reclaiming the Past :: Director Simon Curtis on 'Woman in Gold'

By Robert Nesti | Mar 31
Director Simon Curtis tells the intricate story behind how Gustav Klimt's famous painting, nicknamed "Woman in Gold," found its way back to its rightful heirs in his new film that stars Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds.

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