Far-reaching legislation that grants a chance at citizenship to millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee on a solid bipartisan vote Tuesday night after supporters somberly sidestepped a controver
Conservatives are calling for parents to keep their kids home from school on May 22, when California plans to commemorate the first openly-gay lawmaker.
At last, there is Unpakt.com, a comparison-shopping site that brings the Kayak and Expedia model to finding a qualified moving company. Finding and booking a trustworthy mover is as easy as booking a flight, renting a car or buying home appliances.
From book readings to movie screenings, the Bay Area is marking the annual Harvey Milk Day with a variety of events this year.
A close ally of Toronto mayor Rob Ford said Wednesday that Ford, who has allegedly made anti-gay comments, has followed legal advice in remaining silent about a purported video that appears to show him smoking crack cocaine.
A man hired as a grip for a gay porn company is suing the business after he says he was forced to inject performers’ penises with an erectile dysfunction drug and was wrongfully fired.
Even though homophobia and machismo continue to dominate most aspects of Dominican society, a number of LGBT Dominicans are quick to point out they feel their countrymen as a whole has become more tolerant of homosexuality in the last decade.
This colorful glimpse at Hollywood prior to the talkies is a bittersweet portrait of the ill-fated love affair between silent film director Mack Sennett and his favorite leading lady, actress Mabel Normand.
The L.A. Opera hosted Placido Domingo to conduct Isabel Allende’s tale of assassination, rape, revenge and marriage.
The influential French electronic duo crafted its first film score, for "Tron: Legacy," three years ago and are now releasing a well-financed, smartly hyped pop album featuring what they call an ensemble cast of contemporary singers and veteran musicians.
The ups-and-downs of Karen Cartwright - played by Katharine McPhee - on "Smash" have kept the pop star busy for the past two seasons. EDGE spoke to McPhee about her experiences on the show.
Set in post-Civil War Atlanta, this play recounts the startling story of the false conviction of New York-born Leo Frank, a Jewish pencil-factory superintendent who was railroaded by the system for the murder of 13-year-old employee Mary Phagan.
An inventive staging of the rock opera "Chess: The Musical" gives vibrant life to the gorgeous songs of Tim Rice and the male half of Abba.
From castle crashing to bible thumping, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park ind…
The cost to taxpayers for a House Republican decision to fund the legal team supporting DOMA has climbed from $500,000 to as much as $3 million, Democ…
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New sunscreen labels hit store shelves after a long-awaited change in federal requirements were put in place last December. But still be on the lookout for some misleading labels.
Celebrating its 18th year, the Festival Gourmet International returns on November 8th - 18th to tempt the taste buds of hundreds of foodies who will gather in Riviera Nayarit, Tepic and Puerto Vallarta for this international gourmet event.
Vanity Nightclub located in the Hard Rock Hotel is one of the hottest spots in Sin City. Feast your eyes on these fabulous dancers and you’ll understand why.
Roosterfish in Venice, CA is the only gay bar in this popular city in Los Angeles. The place is the perfect neighborhood bar where a great mix of gay, lesbian and straight friends hang out for fun. Check out the pics and drop in for a drink.
An Arizona restaurateur, fed up after years of negative online reviews and an embarrassing appearance on a reality television show, allegedly posted a social media rant laced with salty language.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose last week by 28,000, the third straight increase.
A solar-powered plane is flying from Arizona to Texas on the second leg of a trip across the United States.
The European hotel chain Ibis wants to show guests that sweet dreams can truly be a work of art through a robotic arm that creates acrylic paintings inspired by their sleep. Nick Dietz reports.
From castle crashing to bible thumping, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park industry that is still trying to find its niche in the LGBT community. Part 1 of a 2-part series.
A sleepy town with one main street and no ATMs, Zipolite (pronounced ZEE-poe-LEE-tay) is one of many tiny coastal pueblos that dot the Pacific in Mexico’s Southern state of Oaxaca and the perfect relaxing getaway.
According to a study by Initial Washroom Hygiene, handbags have up to ten times the level of microbiological activity on them than an average toilet seat. Willem Marx reports from London.
The AIDS Project Los Angeles quarterly Town Hall focused on HIV cure research in their "HIV Matters" Town Hall. Featured writers included Berlin patient Timothy Ray Brown and keynote speaker Dr. David DiGiusto.