Gay Provincetown: The Latest
Olivia D'Ambrosio chats with EDGE about Alan Ayckbourn's thrillingly complex play -- a theater work that starts with one tiny key decision, then morphs and evolves into multiple possible pathways of cause and consequence.
A police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man who had a utility knife and told officers he would kill them or they would have to kill him, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
President Barack Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning, the transgender solider who leaked Army documents and is serving 35 years.
The widow of the Orlando nightclub gunman knew about the attack ahead of time, prosecutors said Tuesday as she appeared in court to face charges of aiding and abetting her husband in the months before the rampage last June that left 49 people dead.
Gay Pimp Jonny McGovern is back and looking for answers to "Gay Questions."
Actress Meryl Streep, TV host Seth Meyers, and the Golden Globe-winning movie "Moonlight" will be honored next month by the Human Rights Campaign, the LGBTQ civil rights organization.
In a biting attack, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday accused the outgoing U.S. administration of trying to undermine President-elect Donald Trump by spreading fake allegations and said those who are doing it are "worse than prostitutes."
Charlie Sheen is a big cheerleader for CytoDyn's HIV injectable, PRO 140. But the rest of the HIV community would like to see some scientific data on their clinical trails first.
TMZ caught up with Andy Cohen at Los Angeles International Airport recently, where the "Watch What Happens Live" host got political, commenting on Donald Trump's presidency and his upcoming inauguration.
The Gay8 Festival was held on Little Havana's Calle Ocho, with headliner performer Lucy Grau.
A patient's happiness is not the primary focus for many physicians, but it is an increasingly important factor in the healthcare industry. One Florida doctor has incorporated patient happiness into his practice.
A groundswell of support has risen for the January 21 Women's March on Washington, with one recent group of women deciding to forgo the bus trip altogether, and instead run down to the nation's capital.
EDGE catches up with Steven Barkhimer and Dan Whelton of their take on the men, morays, and madness of the Lyric Stage Company's production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
The bittersweet documentary checks in with the male dancers from Madonna's 1990 "Blonde Ambition" tour (choreographed by Karole Armitage) and accompanying "Truth or Dare" movie.
Trying to stem high turnover in store jobs, nonprofit groups and chains such as Wal-Mart, Home Depot and the Home Shopping Network are launching a program to help people develop the skills to land entry-level jobs and advance in a retail career.
An MIT freshman says he's developed a smart gun that, in theory, could save lives. But the firearms industry hasn't embraced the idea.
Some property owners are questioning the community's requirement, arguing that the regulations are enforced irregularly, and that some buildings look better without shutters.
Car companies don't just show current models at auto shows. They also unveil prototypes that could be built in the future.
Some highlights from the final day of Milan Fashion Week
For the first time, a study shows how signs of stress in a specific part of the brain could predict future heart trouble.
Visits to U.S. national parks set a record in 2016 for the third consecutive year as landmarks such Zion, Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain experienced historic levels of popularity.
The first Friday of the month is the time for the Fearless in the Dark Party at Mirabar in Providence. You need to come down, strip down, get some body paint and participate in the dance off contest.
The 40th annual Art Deco weekend, The Jazz Age Lawn Party, was held in Miami Beach. This is the world's largest prohibition era inspired gathering, with 1920's and 1930's style entertainment.