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Vic Gerami is journalist, media contributor and the Editor & Publisher of The Blunt Post. He spent six years at Frontiers Magazine, followed by LA Weekly and Voice Media Group. His syndicated celebrity Q&A column, 10 Questions with Vic, was a finalist for LA Press Club’s National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award in 2017. Vic is a contributor for WeHo Times, Get Out!, Los Angeles Blade, GoWeHo, Asbarez, California Courier, Desert Daily Guide, Armenian Weekly, GED, The Pride LA and The Advocate.
The LGBTQ+ community has come a long way these past decades. That was made clear to me in my resent experiences at Resist March, LA Pride and most currently during this year's London Pride. I love Pride. I came out of...
Darryl Stephens is not just an all-American guy; he is also all Californian and a well-rounded and multi-talented artist. Born in Hollywood, he attended UC Berkeley and was classically trained in the theater before landing the lead role of...
For most of us who have internalized stereotypes, Spencer Day is an enigma. This Utah native has become one of the most celebrated musicians of his generation with effortlessly blending classic jazz, pop, soul and folk. He is boyishly...
Jay Glazer embodies sports, health and fitness authority. He is a highly celebrated and decorated athlete, an NFL insider for Fox Sports and a huge name in the world of mixed martial arts as a trainer and broadcaster. Glazer’s...
Considered to be the first Latina Supermodel, adorned on the covers of Vogue, Bazaar and Marie Claire, Patricia Velasquez has moved on to master many other industries. She’s been in dozens of feature films such as “The Mummy”, “Le...
“Artist” is a simple, but not a simplistic way to describe Christopher Ciccone whose diverse and impressive body of work is forever embedded in brick & mortar, canvas, print, video and pop culture consciousness. The title of “Renaissance Man” is...
Oscar Nominee, Golden Globe Winner, Painter, Ordained Minister, Cancer and AIDS Activist and Acting Coach don’t even start to describe Sally Kirkland who remembers West Hollywood when it was called Hollywood. She has been in over 200 feature films,...
Though she humbly calls herself, “just a comedian”, Margaret Cho is so much more. Being a successful comedian for over twenty years is impressive on its own, but she has stood up for a lot more than her "stand-up"....
Actor, writer and director Peter Paige's resume is very extensive, diverse and impressive, even by Hollywood standards; yet he is as humble, generous and approachable as Emmett Honeycutt, the character he played in Showtime’s hit series, “Queer as Folk”,...
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