Kate and Meghan were all smiles at Wimbledon, but is the young royals’ beef over for good? Could a former Palace staffer be headed to Washington? And, happy birthday Camilla!
Tim Teeman is a multi-award winning senior editor and writer at The Daily Beast and the author of In Bed With Gore Vidal: Hustlers, Hollywood and the Private World of an American Master, published by Riverdale Avenue Books/Magnus. Before joining The Daily Beast, Tim was US Correspondent at The Times of London. Tim has won prestigious awards for his work from the Los Angeles Press Club, the New York Press Club, and from NLGJA (Association of LGBTQ Journalists).
Russell T. Davies has created a masterpiece, with a British family facing an alarming near-future presided over by Emma Thompson as a fascist prime minister.
On Twitter “The Gay Footballer” claims to be an English pro-soccer player about to come out. That he’d be one of a kind shows how urgently change is needed in “the beautiful game.”
Luis Alfaro’s piercing play ‘Mojada’ reworks the Greek tragedy of ‘Medea’ in its story of undocumented Mexican immigrants trying to make their way in present-day America.
“The Rolling Stone” is about a gay man’s fight to be himself, and have a partner, in the violently homophobic Uganda of 2010. The characters, lost in time, are more like pamphlets.
Rita Rudner tells Tim Teeman about stand-up success, Hollywood sexism, NBC’s ‘disgraceful’ new show, her Broadway dance years, and why her humor is so different to Amy Schumer’s.
Alexi Minko of Harlem’s Alibi Lounge said the arrest ‘serves as a cautionary tale to anyone thinking of targeting anyone for their gender, sexual orientation, or ethnicity.’