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'Chelsea Lately' Gets an A-List Send-Off with Celeb-Filled 'We Are the World' Parody

On Tuesday night a star-studded choir sang goodbye to Chelsea Lately host Chelsea Handler during the hour-long finale of her E! talk show.

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Coming to TV: A Hunky Addition to 'AHS: Freak Show,' Plus 5 New 'Glee' Characters

While American Horror Story fans hold hope that Zachary Quinto will pop in for the show's new season, Freak Show, here comes equally wonderful news. White Collar’s Matt Bomer will be making an appearance on the over-the top terror drama. Bomer is a veteran of Ryan Murphy productions, having previously worked on the series Glee and The New Normal plus the Emmy winning tele-film The Normal Heart. His new role on American Horror Story: Freak Show is far from “normal,” and is being described by Murphy as “warped.”

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The Twilight Sad's 'There's a Girl in the Corner' is Today's Song of the Day

The Twilight Sad - "There's a Girl in the Corner"

I realize literary post-punk indie bands are not necessarily en vogue in this era of EDM, electro R&B and teen/gay pop icons, but I'm sure grateful there are quality projects coming out of bands like Interpol, the Belinda Butchers, Chromatics and the Twilight Sad. Some days it feels damn cathartic to feel a little sorry for yourself and bemoan the state of the world, even when lounging poolside. 

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L.A. Foster Care: 1 in 5 Are LGBTQ Youth, Says New Study

The L.A. LGBT Center has long suspected that LGBTQ youth may be overrepresented in the Los Angeles County foster care system, the largest in the nation. But for years the only evidence to support that contention was anecdotal—the huge percentage of homeless youth with no skills or resources who show up seeking food, shelter and other services after they “age out” of the system at 18. Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Center now has scientific data and analysis to show that LGBTQ youth are a major population within the foster care system and therefore a significant demographic to be explicitly included in any reform of the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services.

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Bryan Thompson Turns 'Motor City Masters' Winnings Into LGBT Car Design Scholarship

TruTV's season finale of Motor City Masters aired last night, and second place went to Bryan Thompson, the openly gay car designer who was an honoree in Frontiers' 2014 Hot List. First place was cash, and second place was a 2016 Chevy Camaro Z28. Thompson had committed to giving anything won to start a scholarship for LGBT students interested in car design. So, no problem—he'll auction off the car, worth some $80,000, and kick off the Bryan Thompson Design Scholarship.
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Drew Droege Joins the Frontiers Team as Contributing Editor

Frontiers is excited to announce that it has named Drew Droege—the writer, actor and director best known for his web series impersonating Chloë Sevigny—a Contributing Editor of the magazine. Droege joins the team at an exciting time, as it revamps its print magazine and other editorial products and expands into producing events and online television.

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New Music Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014: Basement Jaxx, The New Pornographers and More

Starting out with three stragglers from last week (when we were off), and then into the highlights of this last week of August. Lots of good stuff, so dig in.

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Emmys 2014: The Best Tweets from Anna Kendrick, Mark Ruffalo and More

The 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards took over on Monday night, and ever since then, social media has been inundated with best dressed lists, who won what and big moments from the event. But, as usual, if you watched the Emmys last year, what you watched last night was practically a mirror image.

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Coming to Theatres: What's Next for Emmy Winners

As the 66th edition of the Emmy Awards have concluded, here's a look at what's next for some of the winners.
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Jackie Beat Has 13 Questions for DJ Barbeau

Barbeau moved to Los Angeles in 2001 from the Emerald City, Seattle. He's currently a sound editor, producer and DJ. He's worked on films including The Canyons and Curse of Chucky as well as musical producer for Dirty Sanchez and Octavius and other various projects. His current project is Men's Club Soundsystem, which he started with his DJ partner, David Banjela. Together they produce their own tracks and re-edit and debut them during their sets at their residency at Dragula L.A. and other various venues. 

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