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Tab Hunter Looks Back (and Forward to Ptown)

By Robert Nesti | May 31
Tab Hunter was a Hollywood heartthrob with a secret: He was gay in a homophobic industry. This coming weekend he celebrates his career with an appearance in P-Town to kick off that town's annual film fest. EDGE spoke to Hunter about his career.

Lawyers Say Johnny Depp's Wife Gave Statement to Police

May 31
Johnny Depp's estranged wife has given Los Angeles police a statement to support her account of an alleged domestic violence incident involving the actor, her lawyers said Tuesday.

SiriusXM Suspends Glenn Beck Over Trump Comments

May 31
Glenn Beck has been suspended by SiriusXM satellite radio after the conservative host agreed with an author who suggested someone may have to "step up" to stop Republican Donald Trump.

Amazon Renews 'Transparent' for Fourth Season

May 31
Months ahead of its season three premiere, Amazon Studios announced Tuesday "Transparent" was renewed for a fourth season.

Adele Calls Out Fan for Filming Show Instead of Watching it

May 31
Adele wants concertgoers to look at her with their own eyes instead of through a camera lens.

'Finding Dory' May Feature Pixar's First Lesbian Couple

May 31
The new trailer for Disney-Pixar's "Finding Dory" is causing a big stir online.

'Sense8' Cast Spotted Making Out During Sao Paulo Pride

May 31
Cast members from Netflix's "Sense8" were spotted locking lips during Sao Paulo Pride in Brazil Sunday.

Out of Africa: 'I Am Cait' Pulled From Nigerian TV

May 31
Africa's largest satellite television platform which operates under the DStv brand in Nigeria, pulled "I Am Cait," the reality series featuring Caitlyn Jenner, from its local E! Entertainment channel after complaints from Nigeria's broadcast regulator.

'Hamilton' Launches Limited Partnership at Bloomingdale's

May 31
Alexander Hamilton may be sitting up in his grave, knowing that his entrepreneurial spirit lives on through the latest Broadway/retail collaboration launched between Bloomingdale's and the 16-time Tony Award nominated musical "Hamilton."

Triple Bill Theater: Sleeping Weasel Presents 'The Birds and the Bees'

By Kilian Melloy | May 31
Sleeping Weazel, one of Boston's smartest and most daring small theater companies, is prepared to rock theater goers with a triple bill of short plays by Boston area female playwrights. Hello, summertime! It's "The Birds and the Bees" at the BCA!

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