Gay Seattle: The Latest
Four years ago Joel Engardio, a gay man and journalist, fell short in his bid for the District 7 seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. He landed in fourth place behind the winner, Norman Yee. No comes the re-match.
This week EDGE looks back at the many Halloweens it has covered over the years. First up, scary things that go bump in the night!
Election Day just 15 days off, Donald Trump fought to preserve his narrow path to the presidency in must-win Florida on Monday. Hillary Clinton worked to slam the door on her Republican opponent in New Hampshire.
Bill Donohue, the anti-LGBT mouthpiece of the Catholic League is balking that Way-Mart and Amazon's stock of Halloween costumes should be as sensitive to Catholics as they are to transgender Americans.
Three Florida cities have gotten the highest score possible on an index that measures the quality of life for gays, lesbians and transgender residents.
Within weeks of the Pentagon allowing transgender service members to serve openly, Army officials said 10 soldiers have formally asked to be recognized as their new, preferred gender.
The 10th Annual Providence Zombie Fest was held again at the Dark Lady. This year in the middle of it all a Zombie Wedding happened, that's right a legal wedding was held on Dark Lady's stage. This is one night that won't be soon forgotten.
Pop idol Bobby Vee, the boyish, grinning 1960s singer whose career was born when he took a Midwestern stage as a teenager to fill in after the 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and "The Big Bopper" died. He was 73.
A new report from the New York Times finds that an elderly widower could lose his West Village home, where he's lived for 55 years, because he was not legally married to his partner.
As part of Depression Awareness Month, Screening for Mental Health, the pioneer in large-scale screenings for the public, is providing insight into data from its online screening program.
On Monday, October 24 at the Host committee members Betty Buckley, Misty Copeland, Kelli O'Hara, Bernadette Peters, and Janice Reals Ellig present the 20th Anniversary of "Nothing Like a Dame."
On Wednesday, October 26, Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) and the New York Public Library (NYPL) will host "Library & Leaders: 35 Years of AIDS," from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Library Main Branch located at 5th Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.
Christian Slater and James Franco apparently got competitive when it came to filming the gay sex scenes in "King Cobra."
Toy companies are working harder to think outside their usual box, offering more-inclusive items like dolls with disabilities, female superhero figures and characters with a range of skin tones.
Goodyear is officially welcoming the second airship in the fleet replacing its famous blimps.
The Philadelphia home where Oscar-winning actress Grace Kelly grew up and accepted a marriage proposal from Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1955 is now in the hands of the royal family.
Self-driving cars hold the promise of saving thousands of lives each year on U.S. roads. But does pointing out flaws with the technology effectively put people in danger?
A stunning chandelier made from more than 3,000 lost earrings has gone on display in Scotland for the first time as the centerpiece of a new exhibition.
A claim about health care costs from the final presidential debate and how it stacks up with the facts.
Authorities say a flight from Philadelphia to Boston was delayed and ultimately a different aircraft was used after a couple gained unauthorized access to the plane.
Last Thursday night we celebrated our 4th Birthday at Beers and Bears held every Thursday in New York at the Bear Den on West 46th Street. Have a look at who showed up to party with us!