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Julius Caesar, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon
By June 10, 2012 Read More →

Julius Caesar, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon

Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’, moved 2,000 years forward and halfway round the world, ends up more thrilling and apposite than ever By Kate Bassett Feel the heat. The RSC has just set Julius Caesar thrillingly ablaze. Shakespeare’s Roman play is often, wrongly, considered cold and colourless. Now, though, this political drama is scorchingly reinvigorated in Gregory […]

Polk’s ‘The Skinny’ A Fine Pride Month Film
By June 8, 2012 Read More →

Polk’s ‘The Skinny’ A Fine Pride Month Film

Dramedy Blends Hard Truths With Playful Glimpses Of LGBT Life By Nathan James Pride Weekend In New York City has become a signature event in the LGBT community, a celebration of the beginning of the gay-rights movement which continues to this day.  The celebrations, ceremonies and parties are legendary, and this biggest of all Pride […]

Nigeria mourns plane crash victims
By June 4, 2012 Read More →

Nigeria mourns plane crash victims

Three days of mourning have begun in Nigeria for more than 150 people killed when their plane crashed in the main city of Lagos. The Boeing MD-83 ploughed into a printing works and residential buildings before bursting into flames. Rescue workers, who worked through the night, are still searching for bodies. Everyone on board the […]

President Obama Issues Pride Month Proclamation
By June 2, 2012 Read More →

President Obama Issues Pride Month Proclamation

States ‘I Personally Believe In Marriage Equality For Same-Sex Couples’ By Nathan James GBM News White House Correspondent In the strongest affirmation yet of support for LGBT rights, the White House today released President Barack Obama’s Proclamation designating June 2012 as “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month”.  Coming soon after Obama’s remarks on ABC-TV, […]