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14th Annual Art Basel Miami Beach

By Mike Halterman | Nov 29
Artists and art lovers from across the country and around the world are less than a week away from arriving in Miami Beach for one of the biggest events Miami Beach celebrates each year: Art Basel Miami Beach.

'Infection Monologues' Co-Creator Sees Lingering Need for Modern-Day HIV stories

By Doug Rule | Nov 29
"Up until this Charlie Sheen stuff happened, I would have said that society has gotten better," says Alex Garner. "But the reaction to that discouraged me."

In 'Jessica Jones,' Fringe Superheroes Highlight the Effects of Abuse

By Jason St. Amand | Nov 29
Netflix's new superhero series "Jessica Jones" is an inspiring and powerful feminist show, that's more daring than most shows on the TV landscape.

There's A Holiday Gift to Make Every TV Fan Happy

By Lynn Elber | Nov 29
Pity TV fans back in the day, eager to buy really cool merchandise tie-ins to their favorite series but victims of bad timing. Now, the bedazzling amount of TV-related products make shopping for small-screen addicts easy.

Kansas City: Riffs and Ribs

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 29
Part II in our look at Kansas City includes an insider's perspective on the city's best barbecue and music venues.

A Musical Blend with Fraser Walter of The Tenors

By Bill Biss | Nov 29
Just as the correct pairing of food and wine can enhance any dining experience, the tone of music to set the mood is just as important. Here's where The Tenors and their glorious stylings of opera and subtle pop-infused songs come in.

Singer-Songwriter Lera Lynn Breaks Out From 'True Detective'

By Kristin M. Hall | Nov 28
Singer songwriter Lera Lynn looks nothing like the character she played on season two of HBO's crime noir series, "True Detective," who sang woeful drug ballads in a seedy dive bar.

Stonewall Exhibit Showcases International AIDS Posters

By Michael d'Oliveira | Nov 28
It was a time of information and misinformation and acceptance and disownment that Chuck Ross, chief museum curator of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives, captures in the new exhibit.

Kansas City Cool: Everything Really Is Up To Date

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 28
In the past 15 years, $9 billion - largely a mix of public and private funds - has poured into Kansas, sparking a Renaissance that just might outclass anything seen in any other American city. Here's part one of our insider's look at KC.

Todd Haynes Explores the Power of Desire in 'Carol'

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 28
"Carol," Todd Haynes' latest, takes a classic lesbian novel & turns it into an examination of the power of desire in the socially constricted 1950s. EDGE spoke with Haynes, scriptwriter Phyllis Nagy & cast members about the film.

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