Singer Courtney Love hadn’t been born and tweeting was reserved for birds when The New York Times won a landmark libel case at the Supreme Court in 1964.
Michael Charles is making a name for himself as a photographer who is taking camp into the 21st century. EDGE caught with Charles recently as he prepares for his new show this week in New York City for a conversation about pics, drag & camp.
Black History Month is observed every February to commemorate the important people and momentous events in African-American history. This week’s profile: Raven-Symoné.
Here’s the lowdown on the eleven dance parties at the Winter Party Festival, all happening in honor of great LGBT causes, so you know where to go and what to expect.
Few have more connections in the Broadway ecosystem than Seth Rudetsky. He played the piano for Audra McDonald’s senior recital at Juilliard. He’s Patti LuPone’s go-to accompanist and Tina Fey came to the opening night of his new Off-Broadway show.
Hotspots honors Black History Month by profiling black LGBT people who have made noteworthy achievements in their personal or professional lives. This week’s profile: Football star Michael Sam.
Word last week that a Northern California couple found $10 million in gold coins while walking their dog has set off a Gold Rush of theories over who left behind all that loot.
A California state lawmaker wants to ban SeaWorld from using killer whales in its San Diego shows.
Ellen DeGeneres’ goal of setting a retweet record with her star-studded selfie was achieved before the Oscars telecast was even over.
Quentin Elias, the leader of the popular 90s French boy band Alliage, reportedly died in his New York City home Thursday of a heart attack. He was 39.
Former offensive lineman for the New York Giants and Washington Redskins, Roy Simmons, who made NFL history in 1992 for coming out as gay and later in 1997 for coming out as HIV positive, died Thursday in his New York Home. He was 57.