A weekly look at what's making news in the gay mags:
Edge Media: REBAR in Chelsea is now open for business! (We checked it out last night and had fun. Is that you, Brett?)
UPDATE: Rebar has already been accused of discriminating against patrons of color. Read a thoughtful look at the situation HERE.
Lavender (Twin Cities): The restaurant issue is out now
Winq (U.K.): Hundreds protest against gay persecution in Chechnya outside Russian embassy in London
Get Out!: Diana Ross is coming to NYC!
Têtu (France): Australian pub encourages gays to hold hands in public
Metro Weekly (D.C.): "Fun Home" writer Alison Bechdel couldn't have sketched out a more successful career if she'd tried
Out in Jersey: Don't kid yourselves, guys. Marriage equality is hanging by a thread by one vote now
QX (London): Pam Ann is ready for take-off
Passport: Celebrating love in gay Key West
Outlook Ohio: Who is ready for "Tina: The Musical"?
Gay Times (U.K.): Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene and Nico Mirallegro get intimate in "The Pass"
The Gay U.K.: Something hot's going on at The Abbey in WeHo
Metrosource (NYC): The Rainbow Book Fair is coming up again
Attractive Men: Best pomade for men's hair
Q Salt Lake: Misty Snowm the first trans person to run for U.S. Senate, will now run for Chris Stewart's congressional seat
HIV Plus: Can I get an STI from kissing?
DNA (Australia): Work out and wash down
Echo (Phoenix): New exhibit and event series offer a look at LGBTQ rights throughout Arizona’s history