Out LookMar 14th, 2017 by Michail Takach
Grindr has transformed how gay men meet. Is that good news or bad?
Out LookFeb 1st, 2017 by Michail Takach
Plans for National Pride March disrupt pridefest schedules in Milwaukee, 20 cities.
Out LookJan 24th, 2017 by Michail Takach
Trump could open door to discrimination against LGBTQ people.
Oct 20th, 2012 by Andy Hartman
Documentary "The Invisible Men" tells the story of three gay Palestinians who are forced to live lives of secrecy. The film screens Sunday at the Union Theatre.
Oct 19th, 2012 by Ben Martin
Iranian film "Facing Mirrors" is the nation's first narrative to feature a transgender main character. The film screens on Saturday at the UWM Union Theatre.
Oct 18th, 2012 by Ryan Findley
Aurora Guerrero's story of two young girls drawn together builds on emotional intimacy and self-discovery, amid cultural clashes.
Oct 17th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
The Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival's opening film doesn't break new ground, but it's the little things that make it worth viewing.
Oct 15th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
The Olympia Dukakis-led comedy "Cloudburst" opens a weekend of acclaimed films that are confidently LGBT without limiting themselves to a narrow focus.
Festival SeasonJun 13th, 2012 by Brian Jacobson
ThirdCoast Digest took in the sights of the 25th annual celebration of LGBT culture and came away with photos and more to share.
25 years of PrideJun 7th, 2012 by Lucky Tomaszek
This weekend, Milwaukee will revel in its 25th annual PrideFest celebration. TCD takes a look at PrideFest's history, and what's in store for this year.
PreviewOct 19th, 2011 by Lucky Tomaszek
Critically acclaimed film "Weekend" kicks off four days and sixteen films at the 24th annual MIlwaukee LGBT Film and Video Festival at UWM.
Aug 8th, 2011 by Jackie Dreyer
The national "silent protest" against California's Proposition 8 visits Milwaukee this Friday to give voice to those silenced by opponents of same-sex marriage.