After Larry Kramer’s death, Ellen Barkin, Joel Grey, Anthony Rapp, Matt Bomer, Michelangelo Signorile, Sean Strub, Daryl Roth, and William J. Mann share their memories of a friend.
Tim Teeman is a multi-award winning senior editor and writer at The Daily Beast and the author of In Bed With Gore Vidal: Hustlers, Hollywood and the Private World of an American Master, published by Riverdale Avenue Books/Magnus. Before joining The Daily Beast, Tim was US Correspondent at The Times of London. Tim has won prestigious awards for his work from the Los Angeles Press Club, the New York Press Club, and from NLGJA (Association of LGBTQ Journalists).
Larry Kramer, who has died at age 84, made the voluble expression of his anger central to both his LGBTQ and AIDS activism. It freaked everyone out and helped change the world.
American theater has closed down. Tim Teeman talks to a range of its workers about unemployment, post-pandemic safety—and creating a socially distanced “Mrs Doubtfire” on Broadway.
Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin talks candidly to Tim Teeman about a possible January reopening with full houses, fewer shows, masks—and major financial challenges.
Broadway designer Edward Pierce is the first American to receive placental cell treatment for COVID-19. He and wife Pixie tell Tim Teeman about survival, guilt, and making history.
Doria Ragland, and Carole and Michael Middleton, are the perfect royal parents-in-law. As their children attract headlines, they stay supportive, discreet, and very stylish.
A trans naval officer has secured the first ever waiver to carry on doing her job. Around 15 others are in the same process, potentially challenging Trump’s trans military ban.
A New York ICU nurse tells Tim Teeman about seeing the unit empty as COVID-19 patients died, why therapy should be mandated for staff, and whether he would return to the frontline.