On April 29, Margaret Cho releases her first studio album in six years, "American Myth" via her Clownery Records label.
"Keanu" is a whole lot of fun, just a kind of fun that you've definitely had before.
With Pride fast approaching, EDGE looks back at Prides throughout the country from 2015. In this first album check out photos from Boston, Key West, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Washington DC from the EDGE archives.
Holland Taylor brings Ann Richards to life in all her potty-mouthed, political powerhouse glory.
Red Bull Theater revives the 1777 Richard Brinsley Sheridan play "The School for Scandal," at the Lortel Theatre.
On Wednesday former Speaker of the House John Boehner called Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh." None of this sat well with real worshipers of Satan.
A principal for a high school in Redding, Calif. is prohibiting a lesbian couple from being nominated as prom queens, saying it would be gender discrimination.
Any film that contends with the subject of a marital affair will also have to contend with the reputation of "Brief Encounter."
Somewhere between "The Golden Girls" and "Sex in the City" is
"Hot in Cleveland," TV Land's first original sitcom, now bringing its sixth and final season to DVD.
Billed as a coming-of-age story, "Jane Two" is actually more of a tragic romance told through the eyes of a boy as he develops into a man.