Gay Boston: The Latest
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company presents "Beckett in Brief," an omnibus of three short Beckett plays. Will Lyman chats with EDGE about doing Beckett through the years and what the future holds.
A jailhouse friend of Aaron Hernandez says prison officials denied the former NFL star's request for a cellmate months before he hanged himself.
The sentence has been handed down, and the Georgia pastor who said that the victims of last year's Pulse massacre in Orlando "what they deserved," got what he deserved: Life behind bars.
Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Philadelphia," and whose Talking Heads documentary "Stop Making Sense" is considered one of the greatest concert films ever, has died. He was 73.
LGBT travelers have even more reason to head north this year, with the first-ever Canada Pride happening in Montreal from August 11 to August 20.
Madonna lashes out against news that an unauthorized biopic about the Material Girl is in the works.
The husband of a gay Paris police officer who died last Thursday in what is believed to be a terrorist attack carried out by ISIS delivered a moving eulogy Tuesday.
As states and municipalities around the country adopt measures banning the practice of gay conversion therapy on minors, Congressional Democrats are taking a second shot at making the ban national.
An American athlete playing professional baseball in Australia is making headlines this week after coming out as gay on live TV Monday night.
Director Paul Verhoeven has announced that his next French-language film will chronicle the life of the controversial Italian nun Benedetta Carlini.
Former top-ranked tennis player Amelie Mauresmo has given birth to a second child.
The leaders of the House Oversight Committee said that Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser, possibly committed a felony by not disclosing payments from a trip to Moscow in 2015.
Lydia R. Diamind's play "The Gift Horse" sees its Boston area premiere in a production by New Repertory Theatre. EDGE has a chat with director Jim Petosa and star Obehi Janice about the play, the current and coming season, and more.
Vanessa Gould decided to chronicle the lives behind the New York Times death notices in this engaging, endearing, and insightful documentary.
Ten microfilm Bibles once launched hundreds of thousands of miles into space sit landlocked today inside an Oklahoma courthouse while a legal battle rages in two states over who is the rightful owner of the celestial keepsakes.
Taiwan's "digital minister" Audrey Tang, a computer prodigy and entrepreneur who taught herself programming at age 8, says she's a "civic hacker," who like a locksmith uses specialized skills to help rather than harm.
Around the U.S., deed theft has emerged as one of the most sophisticated and devastating frauds ever to menace homeowners.
Sunita Halasz has tips for "driving electric" along lonely roads in New York's Adirondack Mountains: Know the locations of charging stations, bring activities for the kids during three-hour recharges... and have a backup plan.
A California couple on their honeymoon and two people who drank a homemade herbal beverage are among the rising number of victims in Hawaii falling ill with a potentially deadly brain parasite.
HRC announced the selection of ten outstanding, young leaders for the second year of its fellowship program focused on elevating the work of young people on the front lines of the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
Puerto Rico is chock-full of non-nocturnal adventures so epic and singular that you're not only going to want to rest up for them, you won't even mind putting that Latin lothario on ice for a couple evenings.
On Saturday, April 22, at Boston's Club Café, join Dyke Night as they host the LGBT Showcase of the Women in Comedy Festival (WICF).
The 31st Annual Walk for Life stepped off from the State Capital grounds under a clear blue sky of a wonderful warm spring day.