Touchy, feely, dance-y
episodes | andscapes: a very physical new show
John Crouch - 03.04.13
“She touches me in a way only my husband gets to touch me,” Sky Fairchild-Waller admits of the intimacy he shares with fellow performer Jesse Dell in their duet 43N 79W, part of episodes | andscapes, a new collection of three contemporary dance pieces from JDdance, otherwise known as Jes Full Story
Next gay theatre review: Legoland
A boy-band member gone bad makes for memorable theatre
Drew Rowsome - 03.04.13
A lot of the hype surrounding Legoland is based on the massive success of one of the theatre company Atomic Vaudeville's other shows, Ride the Cyclone. Believe the hype. While Legoland is a smaller, more intimate show, it is as laugh-out-loud funny and moving as Ride the Cyclone. It's probab Full Story
How the Spanish city’s Pride festivities rejuvenated one man’s love for Toronto
Andrew Chang - 03.04.13
If Pride has lost some of its allure and all that glitters is beginning to rust, you might want to consider visiting Madrid Pride in Spain and getting back that loving feeling.
I got to experience the festivities firsthand and feel completely rejuvenated for the upcoming summer party season.
Beam Me Up, Al
The legendary disco DJ lands on Planet Toronto this Saturday, and we've got tick
sexy fab team - 03.04.13
Al Kent (BBE Records/Million Dollar Disco), the king of rare disco, is coming to Toronto's Blk Box on Saturday, April 6 to work that body.
He's supported by Toronto's A Digital Needle and Cyclist, whose Beam Me Up disco parties have been named Toronto's best-bet parties lately by Full Story
Lusting after Toronto's drinking and dining trends
Paul Bellini - 02.04.13
Eating is something everybody does, even skinny bitches. Some of us definitely take more pleasure in it. These people are called foodies. It’s because of foodies that even previously unappetizing things, like food trucks, have gone all haute cuisine. Want proof? Penguin Books just published Ea Full Story
The Oscar Wilde of Russia
Mikhail Kuzmin wrote the first Russian gay novel in the early 1900s
Jeremy Willard - 01.04.13
Why do I write about gay history? I do it in part because it legitimizes us, shows that queerness wasn’t invented in the 1960s, or even ancient Greece. I also write about it because the lives of our queer forebears are fascinating. They weren’t perfect — their lives were often p Full Story
Addicted to heroines
Comic-book females come to life in new art show
Jeremy Willard - 28.03.13
“It was always really cool to see all the guys in their super-tight outfits, but the heroines spoke to me a bit more: they were really kickass, but they were also gorgeous!” says artist Michael Limerick, who is exhibiting his images of comic-book heroines in a show called Stamps and Scen Full Story
Some lesser-known treasures on the Church Street path
John Crouch - 28.03.13
Transplants to our fair city will admit there are few better feelings than when Toronto finally starts feeling like home, as opposed to just a place they are crashing for a while. Toronto has always been a city of neighbourhoods, each with its own distinctive identity, and while we gays have our cho Full Story
From the Speakers
Deko-ze presents DJ Sumation's top 10 tracks of the moment!
Deko -Ze - 27.03.13
From the Speakers
Featured DJ: SUMATION
Resumé: Sumation has been DJing for more than 10 years, with his happy vibes and infectious energy, and currently holds residencies at Church on Church, fly, Zipperz, Byzantium and Club120. Recently he's Full Story
Fab #473: hidden gems of Church Street
We walk you down the Village main drag with a new set of eyes . . .
sexy fab team - 27.03.13
This is Fab's final travel issue, and while we do have a fierce story about Madrid Pride, we chose to focus on our own backyard. We might walk up and down Church Street hundreds of times a year, but too often we don't look up, down or deep inside. Our main story (featuring photos of the gorg Full Story