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It was a tiny victory amid a colossal human tragedy, and we may have run this image before, but it is priceless, and it resurfaced just as Vladimir Putin…More

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By Allen Ellenzweig

In this thoughtful double character study, and in the film’s examination of the personal costs of a draconian penal system, Great Freedom delivers not a neat Hollywood ending but a painful reflection on how an unyielding social order thwarts the human spirit.

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By PK Erikkson

I’m not mad at God. I don’t hate him. I think white evangelicals have a very wrong idea of the God that I knew, and I hope they go away forever.

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By Richard Schneider

On Friday, February 18th, there will be a concert at Symphony Hall in Boston that has special significance for The G&LR. The concert will be performed by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and will be dedicated to Larry Phillips …

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By Adam Kocurek

We Are Kind Of More is in many ways a genuine reflection of New York City, capturing the essence of the CUNY’s working class, intrepid LGBTQ+ youth, and is a wonderful case study of how enduringly passionate and resilient the community continues to be.

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By Aubrey Baden III

Brown, through her performance of Nola, reflected the struggles of members of the LGBTQ community to live fully authentic lives.

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By Bruce Skeiff

Let’s not leave out our ability to reach out to the authors. It can broaden and build our personal community in a time of social isolation – even without a pandemic.

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