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Orville Peck Pushes Country Music's Diversity as Part of New Competition Series

Orville Peck Pushes Country Music's Diversity as Part of New Competition Series

ENTERTAINMENT | By Steve Duffy | Mar 28

On the new Apple TV competition series, out country star Orville Peck is one of three mentors bringing talent from around the world to Nashville. EDGE spoke to Peck about the series.

Queen and Adam Lambert Eager for Their Post-Pandemic Tour

Queen and Adam Lambert Eager for Their Post-Pandemic Tour

ENTERTAINMENT | By Mark Kennedy | Mar 28

Queen and Adam Lambert are hitting the road this fall for a North American expansion of their Rhapsody Tour, with a freshly minted knight onstage and plenty of post-pandemic energy.

Thailand to be Setting for 'The White Lotus' Season 3

Thailand to be Setting for 'The White Lotus' Season 3

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 28

After taking viewers on hilarious and surprising adventures in Hawaii and Italy, Season 3 of "The White Lotus" will reportedly touch down in Thailand.

Use These Products for Fetish-Worthy Feet

Use These Products for Fetish-Worthy Feet

STYLE | By Christopher Ehlers | Mar 28

We may only be a week into spring, but it's never too early to begin preparing for that summer body. And yes, summer bodies are all about the feet, too.

Watch: Out Weatherman Fired over Nude Photos Launches Weather Subscription

Watch: Out Weatherman Fired over Nude Photos Launches Weather Subscription

NEWS | By Emell Adolphus | Mar 28

Fired, openly gay Emmy-nominated meteorologist Erick Adame is making the most of his unwanted push into the limelight.

When Kitty Went Missing, her Owners Turned to... Grindr

When Kitty Went Missing, her Owners Turned to... Grindr

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 28

When Ruby, a 6-year-old black-and-white cat, escaped from her owners' home in Brighton, England, her owners turned to a novel place for help getting her back: gay dating app Grindr.

BBC Wrestling Reboot Plans to Feature Queer Wrestler Cassius Paule Who Wants to be Named 'Barbie'

BBC Wrestling Reboot Plans to Feature Queer Wrestler Cassius Paule Who Wants to be Named 'Barbie'

NEWS | Mar 28

Out wrestler Cassius Paule has been approached by the BBC to be part of the reboot of the 1990s wrestling show "Gladiators" and wants to be named "Barbie."

Wisconsin School Bans Miley, Dolly Duet from Class Concert

Wisconsin School Bans Miley, Dolly Duet from Class Concert

NEWS | By Harm Venhuizen | Mar 28

Administrators at a Wisconsin elementary school stopped a first-grade class from performing a Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton duet promoting LGBTQ acceptance because the song "could be perceived as controversial."

Review: A Dated 'A Little Night Music'
Provincetown, MA

Review: A Dated 'A Little Night Music'

ENTERTAINMENT | By Joe Siegel | Mar 27

There are many things wrong with "A Little Night Music," now being performed by the Rhode Island Stage Ensemble (RISE), beginning with the show itself.

Five Question with Ryan McKinny — Boston Lyric Opera's Seductive Bluebeard
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Five Question with Ryan McKinny — Boston Lyric Opera's Seductive Bluebeard

ENTERTAINMENT | Mar 26

Called by Opera News as "one of the finest singers of his generation," bass-baritone Ryan McKinny takes on one of the medium's most notorious villains — Bluebeard in Bela Bartok's "Bluebeard Castle" at Boston Lyric Opera.

News

Foes of Kentucky Transgender Bill Push Back with Radio Ads

Foes of Kentucky Transgender Bill Push Back with Radio Ads

NEWS | By Bruce Schreiner | Mar 28

A well-known Kentucky Republican blasted the GOP's push for transgender legislation, calling it "a bad look for the party of Abraham Lincoln" in a radio ad coming days before lawmakers could vote to override the Democratic governor's veto of the bill.

Business

Chipotle Agrees to Pay after Closing Store that Sought Union

Chipotle Agrees to Pay after Closing Store that Sought Union

BUSINESS | By Patrick Whittle | Mar 28

Chipotle has agreed to pay $240,000 to former employees as part of a settlement stemming from a complaint that the company violated federal law by closing a restaurant where workers wanted to unionize.

Technology

What Can Google's AI-powered Bard Do? We Tested It for You

What Can Google's AI-powered Bard Do? We Tested It for You

TECHNOLOGY | By Michael Liedtke | Mar 28

To use, or not to use, Bard? That is the Shakespearean question an Associated Press reporter sought to answer while testing out Google's artificially intelligent chatbot.

Finance

Fed Official: SVB Itself was Main Cause of Bank's Failure

Fed Official: SVB Itself was Main Cause of Bank's Failure

FINANCE | By Christopher Rugaber | Mar 28

The nation's top financial regulator is asserting that Silicon Valley Bank's own management was largely to blame for the bank's failure.

Cars

Germany, EU Reach Agreement in Combustion Engine Row

Germany, EU Reach Agreement in Combustion Engine Row

CARS | By Kirsten Grieshaber | Mar 26

Germany and the European Union announced Saturday that they have reached an agreement in their dispute over the future of cars with combustion engines.

Style

The Things that 'Coriolanus''s Genevieve Simon Can't Perform Without

The Things that 'Coriolanus''s Genevieve Simon Can't Perform Without

STYLE | By Christopher Ehlers | Mar 27

No stranger to Shakespeare, actor Genevieve Simon is preparing to step into the boots of one of Shakespeare's most iconic heroes (or tyrants), Coriolanus.

Health/Fitness

Trainer Matt Boyles Wants Queer, Bi & Trans Men to be Fitter

Trainer Matt Boyles Wants Queer, Bi & Trans Men to be Fitter

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 26

Out fitness trainer Matt Boyles works primarily with gay, bi, and transgender male clients for a simple reason: "This is a population that can need something different from the typical gym experience."

Travel

Short on Planes, American will Suspend Some Flights to Spain

Short on Planes, American will Suspend Some Flights to Spain

TRAVEL | Mar 25

American Airlines said Friday that it will suspend flights between Philadelphia and Madrid for a few weeks this spring because of delays in receiving new Boeing jets.