Forty percent of LGBTQ youth have considered suicide in the last year, according to The Trevor Project. Yet young people are drawing strength from history, including Stonewall.
Joseph Longo is an entertainment intern for The Daily Beast. He has reported for Entertainment Weekly and The Associated Press among other publications.
Songwriter Matthew Koma, who is engaged to actress Hilary Duff, has gone off on the Grammy-winning DJ Zedd, accusing him of being “abusive” and stealing songwriting credit.
The new Amazon doc ‘Chasing Happiness’ traces the breakup and reunion of the Jonas Brothers—including the fights, backstabbing, and how finding love brought them back together.
Yes, the summer movie season is upon us. And there’s plenty of good stuff to check out in theaters this summer, from moving dramas to massive blockbusters.
The new History Channel series ‘Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation’ makes the case for America to get ‘serious’ about UFOs.
From his “friends” in the CIA asking him to share classified information on Trump to short-lived romances with Natalie Portman and Lana Del Rey, Moby is a man of tall tales.
Financiers claim the 50th anniversary festival honoring Woodstock is cancelled. The festival’s lead organizer, meanwhile, claims the show will go on.
‘Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.’
The sex comedy, starring Zoe Levin and Brendan Scannell, centers on a dominatrix freeing the world of shame.
The Australian comedian’s new Netflix mockumentary follows six freakish characters, all played by him. But is it funny?