Who knew that George Washington’s historic crossing of the Delaware River would foreshadow cross dressing in New Hope, PA, centuries later? That and more is on display in this town filled with dining, dancing, drag and local charm.
Running through January 4, Atlanta’s Public Library is holding the art exhibition, "A Day With HIV," to educate local communities about HIV.
The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC), in conjunction with the W Atlanta-Midtown, will host Out In The Kitchen Thursday, Dec. 12, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee has joined leading state Democrats in condemning Michigan Republicans for their handling of anti-gay remarks by a GOP National Committee member and their failure to extend civil rights to gays.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday says gay students are routinely bullied in a south Mississippi school district, including a lesbian who was forced to sit alone in the middle of a classroom when others were split into groups of boys and girls.
In a letter to President Obama, nine gay elected officials from New York urge the commander and chief to cancel a planned trip to Russia to meet with with President Vladmir Putin.
Brazilian health officials say doctors will be required to notify authorities of every HIV case in the nation.
There will be a new guest at the Petrov party this year when Atlanta Ballet brings its most popular production back to life. Master illusionist & "America’s Got Talent" finalist Drew Thomas will perform new tricks and special effects in the holiday tale.
Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is bringing a little piece of Paris to Peachtree Street. "The Art of the Louvre’s Tuileries Garden" runs through January 19.
Beyonce’s surprise album has sold surprisingly well: Her fifth solo effort sold more than 600,000 units in its first three days, setting a record for first-week domestic digital sales.
Academy Award-winning actress Joan Fontaine, who found stardom playing naive wives in Alfred Hitchcock’s "Suspicion" and "Rebecca" and also was featured in films by Billy Wilder, Fritz Lang and Nicholas Ray, died Sunday. She was 96.
A new feature film about Thor Heyerdal’s crossing of the Pacific ocean on a primitive balsa wood raft paints a complex picture of the man; but the dramatic maritime passage feels more than a little forced.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is a gay men’s mission started in 1979 as part of the genderfuck movement in The Castro. They dress in a Nun’s habit to promote LGBTQ activism and raise Hell.
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
In the beginning, major news outlets ignored the epidemic because it only struck marginal populations. After a brief window of concern, they have fallen into the same pattern.…
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Federal officials are calling for stricter guidelines to prevent intoxicated drivers from getting behind the wheel. More than 10,000 people were killed in drunken driving accidents last year, nearly a 5 percent increase from the previous year.
For Fall/Winter 2011, LACOSTE L!VE partners with Cool Cats for an exclusive capsule collection. Cool Cats is a young fashion label already known for cutting-edge design partnerships.
Looking back at Prides around the country, EDGE has an abundance of riches - so many pics that this is the first part of two albums. Boston, Providence, Philly, DC, LA, Long Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Key West & NYC are represented... with more to follow!
When we set out to find the most fabulous pics from 2013, we had too many for one album. Here’s the first: from New Year’s Day to the beginnings of spring, ’13 started out with four cold months filled with hotties. Check out the pics!
MoneyWatch executive editor Amey Stone talks to Rob McIver, from the Jensen Funds, about what companies to look out for in the new year.
It’s not just an urban legend; a boy in Scottsdale, Pennsylvania, found a small blade in a candy he received while trick-or-treating. KDKA’s Ralph Iannotti reports.
The Supreme Court will weigh in on a lawsuit against Fifth Third Bancorp accusing management of irresponsibly investing employee retirement money in the bank’s then-failing stock.
SigFig debuts free money management service for portfolios under $10,000. SigFig’s co-founder and CEO, Mike Sha, describes how to more effectively manage your portfolio using online tools and low-cost funds.
The December holiday season normally is a good time to buy as dealers clear out old models and sales people feel pressure to meet year-end targets. Some sales ran early this year as automakers tried to get a piece of the Black Friday retail holiday.
Catch him if you can: Leonardo DiCaprio is getting into the electric race-car business. The Oscar-nominated actor announced Monday he’s partnering with Venturi Automobiles and will enter a team in the FIA Formula E Championship.
The latest fitness gadgets record much more than how many steps you take on any given day. From sleep patterns to mood, calorie intake and progress toward exercise goals, few aspects of life are left un-tracked.
The French Government wants answers. The NSA swept up 70.3 million French telephone records in a 30-day period, that offered new details of the massive scope of a surveillance operation that has angered some of the country’s closest allies.
For sharp-elbowed New Yorkers accustomed to walking where they need to go at a big-city pace, the holiday season is hardly the most wonderful time of the year.
EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein has always considered W Hotels among his favorite places to stay. Given their fabulous style, great locations, and now their PRIDE 365 package, it’s no wonder "The W" is becoming a gay ico...
The UK is fighting HIV infections with "Getting to Zero," a new website that helps educate people about HIV, and donate to worthy charities.
Daily health headlines: Doctors’ advice on swaddling, plus the most popular time to quit smoking and more of today’s top health stories.