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Sam Cut From Rams, But May Still Have NFL Future

Twenty others were cut by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday, all of them mere footnotes. For Sam, it meant a roadblock in his journey to become the first openly gay player to make an NFL roster.

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Cyclists Take to the Street to Break AIDS

SPORTS | By EDGE | Aug 27
Over 100 physical activists will come together to raise vital funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS and homelessness by completing a 285 mile, three-day journey from Boston to NYC.

Scott Lively

Lively Qualifies for Massachusetts Governor's Race

POLITICS | By EDGE | Aug 22
The moniker "Liberal Massachusetts" proved to be somewhat of a misnomer Wednesday, when it was reported that extremist anti-gay activist Pastor Scott Lively received over 10,000 valid signatures from state residents in support of his bid for governor.

Christiana Rodi (Amneris), Gene Dante (Radames) and Ta'Nika Gibson (Aida)

Fiddlehead's 'AIDA' Boston Area Exclusive

AIDS | By EDGE | Aug 17
Love turns everything upside down and leads everyone down paths they could never have imagined. Fiddlehead Theatre Company will present the exclusive Boston production of Elton John and Tim Rice's "AIDA" Oct. 17-26, 2at the Strand Theatre.

Boston Scientific Executive Killed at Gas Station

CRIME | Aug 14
A Boston Scientific executive was shot and killed at a gas station in a Minneapolis suburb, and authorities were seeking a business partner of his.


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Joe Posa

For Joe Posa, Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

By EDGE | Sep 1
Joe Posa turned his love of Joan Rivers into a successful club act, which he's been performing all summer with Thirsty Burlington (as Cher) in Provincetown. EDGE spoke to Posa about the show and Rivers' sudden health emergency.

Maggie Smith in Israel Horovitz's New Film 'My Old Lady'

Advance Screening of Horovitz's New Film 'My Old Lady'

THEATRE | By EDGE | Sep 1
Gloucester Stage Company Founding Artistic Director Israel Horovitz hosts the only New England special pre-release screening of his new film, "My Old Lady" starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas to benefit theatre company.

Stage & Screen Collaboration Brings 'Jungle Fever'

THEATRE | By EDGE | Aug 27
Coolidge Corner Theatre and Huntington Theatre Company explore the depictions of shared themes in Huntington productions and acclaimed films announcing "Jungle Fever" a film screening and post-screening conversation.

Olivia D'Ambrosio on stage in last year's 'The Libertine'

Gearing Up for Season Two :: Bridge Rep of Boston Stays Bold

THEATRE | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 23
With a slate of four exciting productions lined up for the 2014-15 season -- including two premieres, a one-woman show, and a selection from the Shakespearean canon -- Bridge Rep is building on the excitement it created over its first season.


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Anti-Cancer Drug Attacks Hidden HIV Reservoirs

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 6
A pilot study by HIV researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark has shown that an anti-cancer drug can activate hidden HIV.…

Faces of Pride :: NYC Parties

Sunday Aug 31, 2014
NY Pride was more than a weekend. Check out some of the parties both before and during the June event.

Kat Coric

Coric is an ardent activist supporting LGBT rights and HIV/AIDS awareness. A multidisciplinary artist, Coric stands out as a heterosexual female artist in the gay Circuit party subculture.

HIV+ Need to Skip Caffeine for a Real Boost

By Cyd Zeigler Jr. | Aug 22
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.

EDGE Goes Social

Obama's Tan Suit is All the Buzz

FASHION | By Leanne Italie | Sep 1
Quick! What exactly did President Barack Obama say from the White House briefing room about Syria, Iraq and Ukraine while dressed in the tan suit buzzed 'round the world?

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People pour ice water over themselves during an "ice bucket challenge" fund raising event in Bangkok.

Cold Cash Just Keeps Washing in from ALS Challenge

CORPORATE | By Allen G. Breed | Sep 1
Approaching $100 million, the viral fundraising campaign for the ailment better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease has put the ALS group into the top ranks for medical charity donations. Since the end of July, the money has been sloshing in.

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Dr. Eric De Jonge of Washington Hospital Center conducts a Medicare examines patient Beatrice Adams during a house call at her home in Washington.

Study: House Calls for Frail Elders Bring Savings

INSURANCE | By Lauran Neergaard | Aug 29
The old-fashioned house call is starting to make a comeback as part of an effort to improve care for some of Medicare's most frail and expensive patients. According to a new study, this actually could save Medicare money.

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Gay Car Geek :: The Future is Fast -- 2015 BMW i8

By Steve Siler | Sep 1
For the last four years, I, and much of the car world, have been waiting the arrival of the revolutionary 2015 BMW i8. After what has seemed like an eternity, the car is finally ready to hit the streets - and it's freakin' amazing.

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James Howard mixing sauce with chicken wings at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, N.Y.

Go for the Food: Buffalo, NY

By Carolyn Thompson | Aug 28
There's no need to confine yourself to one place if you're winging your way to New York's second-largest city; the fiery finger food is a staple at virtually every pizza joint and pub you'll visit.

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Nicole Bray wants to help other transgender individuals

Transwoman Nicole Bray's Documentary Will Follow Her Transition: Part II

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 29
In Part II of this two-part series, transwoman Nicole Bray shares the story of her gender transition, and the documentary film she is creating to help other transgender individuals have hope.

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